Intern-Internal Audit

Lazy Days RV Seffner , FL 33584

Posted 1 week ago

SUMMARY:

Lazydays RV is seeking an enthusiastic, self-motivated intern to join the Internal Audit department for the summer of 2019. Since Lazydays RV recently became a public company, the intern will work alongside the Director of Internal Audit to assist with finalizing SOX implementation. In addition, the intern may be assigned specific projects either as part of, or in addition to, the day-to-day activities related to information technology ("IT"), financial, and/or operational audits.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Perform IT, financial, operational, and/or other audits to test, evaluate, and document work performed for over internal controls.

  • Review workflows and business processes as well as evaluate the adequacy of internal controls.

  • Examine evidence obtained during audits with respect to compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) and other policies, adequacy of procedures, effectiveness of controls, and efficiency of practices.

  • Help develop recommendations for improvements to existing systems and processes.

  • Flexible work schedule given potential deadlines.

  • May perform other duties and responsibilities as necessary.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Currently in pursuit of Bachelor's degree or Master's degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration

  • Minimum of 60 credit hours completed

  • Basic skills with MS Word, Excel and Outlook

  • Adhere to all safety and compliance rules and regulations associated with this position

  • Basic skills with MS Word, Excel and Outlook

  • The willingness and ability to work additional hours, as needed

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