Leads complex internal audits to assess the effectiveness of controls, accuracy of financial records, efficiency of operations, and compliance with governmental regulation.
Performs planning and risk assessment activities, develops audit scope, objectives, and work plans. Selects appropriate audit tests, identifies key controls, and uses statistical methods, surveys, interviews and computer-assisted audit techniques. Performs detailed and general reviews of internal audit work paper documentation. May perform complex testing procedures.
Makes recommendations regarding the deployment of team resources and performs talent management activities.
Coordinates procedures and reviews work papers supporting external audit of internal controls, business processes, and account balances.
Maintains awareness of internal control audit trends to assure audit processes remain effective.
Locations: Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Miamisburg, Chicago, Raleigh, or Charlotte Markets
8+ Years of Audit and/or Line of Business Risk/Compliance/Control Testing Experience
Certification or Advanced Degree Preferred
The PNC Financial Services Group (NYSE:PNC) is one of the nation’s largest financial services companies with assets of $265.4 billion. PNC is a diversified financial institution, which includes a regional banking franchise operating primarily in 15 states and the District of Columbia, specialized financial businesses serving companies and government entities, and leading asset management and fund processing businesses. PNC is a Fortune 300 company with 5 million customers nationwide and 56,000 employees.
Through executive leadership, strategic investments and employees volunteerism, PNC is helping to build strong communities and create financial opportunities for individuals, families and businesses.
Community Development: PNC boosts the quality of life in neighborhoods through affordable housing, economic revitalization and customized financial solutions. PNC earned an “outstanding” rating in 2007for exceeding Community Reinvestment Act standards.Charitable Giving: More than $67.5 million was invested in communities in 2010. The PNC Foundation forms partnerships with nonprofit organizations to advance mutual objectives driven by two priorities: (1) early childhood education; and... (2) community and economic development.PNC Grow Up Great: A $100 million,10-year initiative to improve school readiness among children from birth to age five through public/private collaboration, grants, advocacy and education. More than 100,000 volunteer hours contributed by PNC employees.
Environmental Responsibility: PNC’s commitment to innovation and environmentally friendly business practices during the past decade has enabled us to lower costs, increase efficiency and improve communities. PNC has more newly constructed, LEED-certified green buildings than any company on Earth.