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Audit Manager: Investigations

Troy, MI
Source Pro Search is conducting a search for an Internal Audit Manager / Ethics Hotline Coordinator.

Job Description:

Our company, a global automobile parts manufacturing leader, is committed to quality and continuous improvement. We impact millions of people every day, and our collective expertise gives us a competitive advantage. We are seeking a Manager of Internal Audit (Ethics Hotline Coordinator) to join our team in Troy, Michigan, USA. This challenging and demanding position offers a unique opportunity within a fast-paced, highly professional corporate environment.

Position: Manager, Internal Audit (Ethics Hotline Coordinator)

Reporting: Vice President, Internal Audit (will report to Global Director of Special Investigations upon hire)

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor or master’s degree in Business, Accounting, or related field (e.g., Communications).
  • Preferred professional designations (e.g., CFE, CPA).
  • Minimum of 5-10 years of mixed administration, accounting, or auditing experience, preferably in the automotive manufacturing environment.
  • Office Location: Troy, Michigan, USA
  • Languages: English
Summary:

As part of the Internal Audit (IA) Specials team, the successful candidate will support the Global IA Specials Lead in administering and coordinating special engagements globally. This role involves detailed administration, coordination, and corporate investigative experience, providing challenging career opportunities within the corporate Internal Audit department or other corporate functions and groups.

Key Responsibilities:

Daily:
  • Act as Ethics Hotline Administrator for the review of incoming Hotline reports in the corporate case system (Navex).
  • Enter new Special cases into Navex based on information provided by Ethics Hotline Administrator or Management.
  • Set up periodic case update meetings with the Case Oversight Team, Case Investigation Leads, and Groups.
  • Monitor case status updates for all ongoing global investigations and cases under management remediation efforts.
  • Support Investigation Leads on background checks using internal and external databases.
  • Review requests for email holds, notifying the Vice President Internal Audit for approval.
  • Notify Vice President Internal Audit of any high-risk or overdue engagements.
Quarterly:
  • Review documentation of ongoing Special engagements for completeness and accuracy.
  • Set up quarterly update meetings with corporate functions, Regional Leads, and Groups.
  • Prepare reports on case status for CFO, IOC, MCC, and AC.
  • Prepare reports on defined investigation KPIs for IOC.
  • Close cases in Navex upon final review by IOC, MCC, and AC.
As Needed:
  • Support annual corporate Fraud Risk Assessment Process.
  • Act as the point of contact for Navex on system administration matters (meetings, communication, updates, requests, etc.).
  • Act as the point of contact for users on system administration matters (access rights, name/position changes, etc.).
  • Prepare training materials and presentations on Navex and Specials.
  • Coordinate on-site and off-site training for various Navex stakeholders and departments.
  • Handle other administrative/coordination tasks as necessary.
  • The candidate must fully understand Corporate Compliance Policies and Procedures and abide by professional practices defined by IIA and ACFE organizations.

Qualifications/Requirements:
  • Bachelor or Master’s degree in Business, Accounting, or related field (e.g., Communications). CFE preferred or other relevant designations (e.g., CIA, CPA).
  • 5-10 years of mixed administration, accounting, auditing, investigations experience, preferably in the automotive manufacturing environment.
Required Personnel Characteristics:
  • Communication – must be able to concisely deliver summaries and reports and utilize listening skills during meetings.
  • Organized - approach each task and assignment in a disciplined, methodical, systematic manner with sufficient detail.
  • Professional – deal with various corporate levels in an even, objective, non-opinionated, and polite manner.
  • Flexible - handle stress and changes of schedule and plans at a moment’s notice and organize tasks in priority.
  • Committed & Reliable - committed to completing tasks accurately and efficiently.
  • Confidentiality & Trustworthy – proven record of high ethical standards.

Required Technical Skills:
  • Expert command of MS Office Applications and Internet, including MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
  • Sound understanding of MRP systems and IT applications in a manufacturing environment.
  • Preferred Skills & Experience:
  • Prior working exposure or understanding of Navex (Ethics Point) database.

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