Sr Compliance Auditor

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
Sr Compliance Auditor-$24B Financial Services Company, up to $90K plus 15% bonus, 2-5 years, Melville, NY

Ideal candidate will have 2-5 years of consumer compliance audit experience (alphabet soup of regs A to Z).
The hiring manager will consider someone from public accounting with financial services client (non consumer compliance audit) or large banking audit.


Perform professional internal auditing work that involves conducting consumer compliance audit projects and providing input to the annual audit plan. Maintain all organizational and professional ethical standards.


- Audit major components of business units and may lead small to medium size audits. Perform risk assessments of business activities, potential exposures and the materiality of loss. Design and perform appropriate audit procedures to verify the effect given

- Design and execute internal control testing for operations of average complexity. Perform audit tasks of moderate difficulty, demonstrating a degree of audit expertise consistent with experience level. Understand the broader context and implications

- Establish and maintain good client relations during engagements. Assist in communicating the results of some audit projects to management via written reports and oral presentations.

- Perform variance analysis and budget tracking

Basic Qualifications:
- 2 Years of consumer compliance audit experience
- Bachelors Degree or military experience

Preferred Qualifications:
- Masters Degree in Auditing, Accounting, Finance, Economics, Information Systems or Business Administration
- Certified or working toward a professional certification such as a CFE, CAMS, CIA, CPA, CRCM or CISA

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