Director of Internal Audit

Overview FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation is the holding company for North American based FUJIFILM companies operating in 27 states and engaged in the research, development, manufacture, sale and service of FUJIFILM products. The company serves a broad spectrum of industries in the U.S. including medical and life sciences, electronic, chemical, graphic arts, information systems, broadcast, and photography. For more information, please visit www.fujifilmusa.com   The Director of Internal Audit will lead performance, process, financial and compliance audits, among others, covering FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation subsidiaries and affiliates, primarily in North America and Latin America. This position will be responsible for reviewing our companies'  business processes and controls, assessing and mitigating risks, providing reports and feedback to management and creating action plans to ensure continuing improvements to our companies' business processes and internal controls. The Director of Internal Audit will be involved in regional and  company-specific risk assessments on a regular basis and work with other functions and subsidiaries to develop countermeasure plans. Our Internal Audit team serves the crucial role of ensuring that our companies have adequate systems of internal control, confirming that systems are operating  satisfactorily, assessing the accuracy and reliability of our companies' financial reporting, safeguarding company assets and information, monitoring adherence to corporate policies and procedures and providing our companies' leadership teams with risk mitigation plans and recommendations. The Director of Internal Audit will provide key input into the development of the company's annual audit plan, lead and manage the Internal Audit team and help develop programs that assist our companies in improving operational efficiencies, improve internal controls and minimize risk across our businesses.   #CB External US Responsibilities: Manage the identification and evaluation of the organization's risk areas and provide key input to the development of the company's annual audit plan including location, process and scheduling matters for all audits. Liaise with management teams to ensure smooth audit operations including availability of key personnel, timely handoff of documentation and appropriate prior notification for visits. Lead the internal process of planning an effective and timely audit on all operational levels. Ensure implementation of appropriate audit procedures, including identifying and defining issues to be addressed in each audit, developing criteria for materiality, reviewing and analyzing evidence, and documenting client processes and procedures. Lead the audit team in conducting interviews, document review, developing and administering surveys, composing summary memos and preparing working papers. Direct the audit team in its identification, development and documentation of audit issues and recommendations Present audit results to senior management teams, including the CEO and/or CFO of our companies, via written reports and oral presentations; results will likely include (i) matters that require urgent attention, (ii) recommendations for improvement in internal controls, and (iii) a request/requirement for management to respond (agreeing or disagreeing) to findings as well as a timeline for addressing issues raised by the audit. Maintain appropriate documentation to support audit findings and confirm execution of the audits' plan of action to the satisfaction of external auditors or other agencies, as necessary. Ability to work with external auditors to demonstrate compliance with JSOX requirements is an advantage. Conduct trainings to audit, finance and other key professionals. Prepare annual budgets covering all T&E related to auditing activity. Stay abreast of latest developments in US GAAP & GAAS. Conduct such ad hoc audit exercises as well as actions that are outside of the scope of traditional auditing activities, as may be required from time to time, depending upon the needs of the business, including, but not limited to M&A due diligence. Required: Significant Travel is likely, up to 25%-40% of the year is possible BS in Accounting or Finance, MBA preferred Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Internal Audit (CIA) certification required 12+ years' experience within Internal Audit department or equivalent 5 years management responsibility Proven knowledge of auditing standards and procedures, laws, rules and regulations Experience supervising and conducting audits in operations, systems and manufacturing environments Strong communication skills, including audit report drafting Ability to communicate effectively with senior leadership High attention to detail and excellent analytical skills Sound independent judgement Microsoft suite (Word, XL, PowerPoint) Exposure to ERP systems a distinct advantage (JD Edwards, SAP, etc) International exposure is an advantage Fluency in Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese or other languages is an advantage Core Competencies: Communicating Effectively Focusing on Customers Adapting to Change Building Positive Working Relationships Initiating Improvements Taking Ownership Technical: Microsoft suite (Word, XL, PowerPoint) Exposure to ERP systems a distinct advantage (JD Edwards, SAP, etc) Non-Technical: Proven ability to write an Internal Audit Report 2018-3273
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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