Staff Auditor

Smart Synergies, Inc. Washington , DC 20001

Posted 1 week ago

Job DescriptionLooking for a Staff Auditor to plan and perform compliance audits in accordance with applicable audit standards. Other duties include:
  • Preparing clear and concise audit work papers, reports, and other communications to document the auditprocedures performed and exceptions identified.
  • Communicating audit status and results via written reports and oral presentations on a timely basis to the auditee.
  • Performing project management duties over individual workload.
  • BS Degree in Finance, Business, Accounting or Audit.
  • Strong experience in Accounting & Auditing.
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Staff Auditor

Smart Synergies, Inc.