Here is a great opportunity to be part of a team at CGI located in Montréal. Reporting to the Director, Internal Audit of Corporate Services, the successful candidate will act as auditor on several internal mandates.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
•Undertake business processes and internal audits, risk assessments focusing on controls, processes and business systems to provide management value adding recommendations;
•Plan and manage internal audit mandates, including documentation of work performed, and management of costs and time for the mandates;
•Complete mandates in accordance with the internal audit procedures and the standards of the internal audit profession, and consistently apply and promote CGI frameworks;
•Present clearly and concisely to management in both written and verbal form, descriptions of controls, the operational deficiencies and provide remediating solutions during and at the end of each mandate;
•Perform follow-up reviews to verify that necessary corrective actions have been implemented to rectify previously identified control weaknesses;
•Develop and maintain relationships with the various business units, to be considered a consultant or point of reference to influence good control practices;
•Assist in the coordination of delivering specific direct support to the external auditors.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
•Strong knowledge of business processes, acquired from business experience or from working in audit (internal/external)
•Two to Four years of revelant business process experience, or experience in internal or external audit, or an excellent knowledge of the industry;
•Ability to work with a minimum of supervision and demonstrate professional scepticism consistently;
•Capacity to manage many deliverables at the same time effectively;
•Working knowledge of accounting principles (IFRS, Canadian and US GAAP) and knowledge of the requirements of the Sarbanes Oxley Act;
•Good knowledge of risk assessment methodologies;
•Good interpersonal skills in order to efficiently manage business relationships with a wide range of individuals:
•Available to travel (Max. 20%).
•Professional Title (CPA)
•University degree in accounting or equivalent
•Bilingualism required (both English & French oral and written)
•The CIA designation is an asset but not obligatory
•Professional demeanour, strong listener;
•Team spirit – Collaborate and influence effectively; building concensus and co-operation from stakeholders;
•Communication skills – delivers polished communications with broad reach;
•Demonstrates integrity and ethics, able to remain independent and objective at all times;
•Actively demonstrates CGI’s values and mentors members’ understanding.
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