Internal Auditor

Revlon, Inc. Edison , NJ 08817

Posted 5 months ago

  • Globally executes and supports testing of Internal Controls to ensure the company's internal controls are designed and operating effectively, which enables the CEO and CFO to certify the company's quarterly Financial Statements under section 302 and 906 of the Sarbanes Oxley Act;

  • Where applicable, supports the preparation of testing workpapers ensuring the quality of the documentation supporting the effectiveness of the controls tested before submitting them to the external auditors;

  • Supports the updates to the SOX Database Repository, which includes SOX Risks and Controls Matrices, flow charts, testing templates, planning and monitoring documents needed within the Internal Controls PMO;

  • Coordinates with process owners, independent auditors and internal audit co-sourcing personnel regarding SOX documentation, testing, evaluation, and necessary remediation;

  • Maintains relationships with Business Process and Control Owners, IT and other parties as applicable;

  • Supports the monitoring of the implementation of recommendations made by both the internal and external auditors to ensure improvements in systems and controls;

  • Periodically updates the Director, Revlon Internal Audit on progress, with reference to status of testing, deficiencies noted, remediation activities, etc. Updates should focus on measurable milestones and clarity of issues / resolutions;

  • Conducts and supports operational, financial, and IT audits of company locations and processes to ensure (a) the adequacy of controls and (b) the protection of the Company's assets. Support includes identification of risks, development of audit scope, performing audit procedures, and identifying audit observations and opportunities for improvement;

  • Writes and supports the editing of audit reports for the review and approval of the Director and Vice President, Revlon Internal Audit;

  • Conducts special projects as assigned by the Director and VP of Revlon Internal Audit

Preferred & Required Skills

  • 1-3 years of related audit experience, preferably gained in both public accounting and private industry, preferably in an internal audit position;

  • Introductory knowledge of and experience with internal auditing standards, generally accepted accounting principles, and Sarbanes Oxley (section 404 and related testing requirements) is required;

  • Ability/desire to understand and document business processes and internal controls, including flow charting; to assess the design of these processes and controls; and to identify business risks and work with business management to identify resolutions to mitigate risks

  • Sound reasoning, analytical, investigative, and problem-solving skills;

  • Excellent organization skills; ability to work on multiple projects, work under pressure and time constraints;

  • Well-developed communication and presentation skills indicative of an ability to effectively make presentations to and influence senior management, and communicate with all levels of management in a decentralized environment;

  • The ability to build strong working relationships with financial and operations personnel, and assist in enhancing the internal control environment through financial and operational audits;

  • Strong technical accounting and auditing skills;

  • High professional and ethical standards, values, and work ethic, with strong commitment to constantly importing the Internal audit function's contribution to the company;

  • The ability to work independently and to consistently meet stringent deadlines;

  • Ability to evaluate and enhance internal controls in both a centralized Shared Services organization and a decentralized corporate environment;

  • Ability to identify problems, recommends effective solutions, and ensure that those solutions are implemented effectively and on a timely basis;

  • Familiarity with EDP applications as they relate to conducting internal financial audits as well as ensuring that internal controls are adequate;

  • Intermediate to advanced skills in use of Excel, Word, and Power Point, and ability to utilize computer assisted auditing techniques and software to conduct data extraction and analysis is a plus;

  • CPA, CIA, or CISA certification (or pursuing certification) is preferred but not required;

  • Prior industry experience is a plus

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Internal Auditor

Revlon, Inc.