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Medtronic employs more than 85,000 staff worldwide, the global business generates about $18 billion in revenue.
Main Purpose of Job
The Senior Auditor is a seasoned professional and individual contributor on the Corporate Audit team. The Senior Auditor assists with, and leads the execution of, department projects (audit, consulting, and administrative) with oversight from management.
A Day in the Life
Your responsibilities may include the following and other duties may be assigned.
·Assist and lead audit projects.
·Execute individual work, and oversee the work of others, while exhibiting an awareness and ability to connect work to department and business initiatives.
·Perform audit projects in accordance with department standard operating procedures, as well as International
·Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing.
·Clearly understand, and coach others on the audit process, technology, and department operations.
·Initiate meetings, prepare materials, and lead meetings, including higher stake meetings with Medtronic business
·partners (i.e. audit kick-off, closing, deficiency discussions, etc.)
·Attend meetings, actively listen, and proactively engages during conversations with business partners and
·Execute and lead on typical audit projects through all stages of the audit process (scoping, planning, fieldwork, and reporting).
·Identify issues and propose solutions.
Risk Assessment and Audit Leadership
·Drive audit planning and scoping, tailor audit steps to the risk assessment, update management on project status, and coordinates project tasks.
Documentation of Work
·Ensures all documentation, both prepared by, and reviewed by, the Senior:
1)Evidences work performed in a complete, accurate and organized manner
2)Demonstrates a complete understanding of the work performed
3)Supports conclusions reached and
4)Complies with quality standards
·Perform self-reviews of all completed work to ensure compliance with quality standards prior to submitting for review.
Audit, SOX, and Financial Concepts
·Exhibits a clear understanding of risk-based auditing concepts, SOX 404 procedures, testing strategies and
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
·Test and review SOX controls in accordance with department testing procedures.
·Identify design and operational deficiencies and evaluate the impact.
·Communicate with the business, Corporate Audit team, and Global SOX PMO, in a clear, concise, and timely manner.
·Prepare and support SOX PMO documentation when applicable.
·Effectively contributes and adds value to multiple projects at the same time, including:
1)Operates in an organized manner,
2)Maintains an open items list,
3)Follows up timely with business partners and others to move tasks along, and
4)Escalates issues and open items on a timely basis.
·Exhibits practical knowledge of project management.
·Maintains collaborative relationships with others in the Global Audit Department, across functions, regions, and titles.
Communication and Feedback
·Has collaborative relationships with business control owners and management as appropriate.
·Has collaborative relationships with external parties, such as the external auditor.
·Ability to influence decisions.
·Coaches team members and assists them in meeting their own job requirements.
·Provides meaningful feedback.
·Assumes ownership of at least one SME role in the respective region.
·Assumes ownership of at least one GPS role. GPS assignment may be as a regional lead.
Must Have: Minimum Requirements
·Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field of study
·Senior must obtain relevant professional certification
·Minimum four years of audit, financial, internal controls, or operational experience
·Understanding of internal control design and testing
·Skilled in Microsoft applications (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Visio)
·Fluent in English language speaking and writing capabilities
·Understands, acknowledges, and abides by the Corporate Audit Mission and Charter
·Valid work permit or eligibility to work in Netherlands
Together, we can change healthcare worldwide. At Medtronic, we push the limits of what technology, therapies and services can do to help alleviate pain, restore health and extend life. We challenge ourselves and each other to make tomorrow better than yesterday. It is what makes this an exciting and rewarding place to be.
We want to accelerate and advance our ability to create meaningful innovations - but we will only succeed with the right people on our team. Let’s work together to address universal healthcare needs and improve patients’ lives. Help us shape the future.