In accordance with accepted auditing standards, performs financial and operational audits of all Institutional activities, as well as selected special projects.
Is responsible for writing the audit report for supervisory review and approval according to established departmental guidelines.
Maintains audit work papers according to departmental standards.
Makes suggestions to strengthen internal controls and operational efficiencies and obtains management responses.
Provides assistance to departments for special projects as required.
Performs audits according to a pre-determined time budget. Conducts entrance/exit interviews, determines the areas of risk, prepares the audit plan for supervisor’s review and approval based on the risk assessment, and performs the required fieldwork.
Prepares regular status reports of audit activity for supervisor’s review. Maintains records of actual hours to budgeted hours for internal record keeping, actual expenses to budgeted expenses, etc.
Keeps abreast of developments in auditing, billing, healthcare/research, and government regulations.
Attends external and internal training seminars. Requires travel to Ithaca on a periodic basis.
Bachelor's Degree in related field
Approximately 3 years of audit and/or accounting experience, in a health care or academic medical center preferred.
Experience with word-processing and spread sheet applications.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Strong written and verbal communication skills required.
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