The Auditor I will collaborate globally to facilitate organizational accountability and integrity. He or she will use their strong communication skills and technical abilities to support the completion of global process audits, quarterly partnership assessments, management requests, and investigations. The Auditor I may report to a remote Audit Supervisorand work with remote team members. He or she may have the opportunity to travel to and support audit work in multiple countries. Overall responsibilities include: supporting the Auditor II in conducting interviews, examining departmental records, communicating issues to the Supervisor of Audit, and following-up on organizational issues. Working with the both the Field Office and Implementing Church Partners gives the Auditor 1 the ability use their strong analytical skills to identify ways in which Compassion and the local Church can successfully partner. All auditors are required to read, write, and speak English.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
• Maintains a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Is a consistent witness for Jesus Christ, maintains a courteous, Christlike attitude in dealing with people within and outside of Compassion, and faithfully upholds Compassion’s ministry in prayer.
• Acts as an advocate for children – raising the awareness of the needs, neglect, nurture, and potential of children in poverty and challenging and enabling those within one’s influence to greater involvement and effectiveness on behalf of children.
• Assists with audits to review supporting documents for compassion operations and communicates findings to audit and operating management.
• Collects and analyzes data to detect deficient controls, duplicated effort, excessiveness, wastefulness, fraud, or noncompliance with laws, regulations, and management policies.
• May travel to Compassion project sites to audit operational and financial systems, administration records, accountability procedures, staffing, planning, budgets, specific key result indicators, legal compliance and general management practices. Conducts audits in a facilitative manner, emphasizing opportunities for training and development of ministry partner workers.
• Assists with identifying and documenting risks, internal processes, and related controls, and conducts appropriate tests during the audit fieldwork.
• May occasionally travel to Compassion partners to review programs against documented standards and sound control practices or support a more senior auditor. Conducts audits using a consultative, partnership approach, helping the partner to uncover issues and implement corrective action.
• May provide expertise to other professionals and support staff in the audit discipline.
• Requires conceptual knowledge of theories, practices and procedures within a job discipline
• Applies general knowledge developed through education or past experience
• Accountable for own contributions
• Uses existing procedures to solve standard problems; analyzes information and standard practices to make judgments
• Exchanges straightforward information, asks questions and checks for understanding
Has a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
Bachelor’s Degree Risk Management, Information Technology, Computer Science, or related discipline
N/A, No experience is required beyond the minimum education requirement.
Licenses and Certifications
The auditor will demonstrate an ability to develop positive and trusting cross-cultural relationships.
*** Equivalent education, training and/or certification may be substituted for experience and education shown above ***
Work Environment Office – Standard Office Environment
Physical Demands Sitting, standing, and/or walking for up to 8 hours per day
Travel Requirements May be required to travel up to 40% of normal schedule