Please provide a cover letter and resume. The cover letter should outline:
Your skills and experiences that directly relate to the position responsibilities, and
The specific reasons for your interest in the position
Audit Services seeks an outstanding senior auditor to join our team. We offer a collegial atmosphere, professional growth opportunities, and work/life balance. Overnight travel is not required, except for occasional travel when attending professional development events. Under the direction of the associate director or other departmental leadership, the successful candidate will be responsible for planning and performing financial, operational, and compliance audits, and special projects related to the University of Michigan campuses with emphasis on the university’s Academic Medical Center and clinical operations. Key requirements of the position include the ability to:
Work closely with the internal audit team and client personnel to establish audit strategy that addresses the highest risks given the available resources.
Conduct audit testing, identify opportunities for improvement, conclude on results, and document work.
Provide periodic verbal and written communications to audit clients, including executive leadership, as necessary, concerning audit status, findings, and other relevant topics associated with each audit.
Work closely with client personnel to obtain agreement on audit findings, identify root causes, and establish pragmatic and sustainable recommendations for improvement.
Convey best practices and opportunities for increased efficiencies, where applicable.
Draft audit reports and obtain process owners’ commitment for corrective actions.
Schedule and facilitate formal opening and closing meetings for each audit.
Develop positive working relationships to foster an environment of open communications where the Audit Services department is viewed as a partner and trusted advisor.
Assist with special investigations, departmental initiatives, and other special projects, as requested.
Bachelor's degree, ideally in accounting, finance, healthcare administration, business, clinical operations, or related field.
Relevant professional experience in auditing and/or healthcare operations.
Solid organizational, time management and leadership skills, including the ability to successfully work on multiple projects simultaneously.
Ability to work effectively and collaboratively as an individual contributor or team member in a diverse work group and the wider university community.
Excellent writing, communication, interpersonal, presentation, and organizational skills.
Strong analytical and creative problem-solving abilities.
Knowledge of healthcare operations, including areas such as clinical operations, charge capture, revenue cycle, HIPAA, and other compliance/regulatory requirements
Knowledge of auditing principles and techniques
Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Public Accountant (CPA), or other relevant professional certification (e.g., CISA, CFE)
MBA or Master's degree
Experience with data analytic software such as ACL
Knowledge of Epic system
The position may be filled at an auditor level.
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The Office of Audit Services consists of a 20-member team, who provides high-quality assurance, management advisory, and other value-added services designed to assess and improve risk management, internal controls, compliance, and governance processes across the University of Michigan. We value respect, integrity, innovation, and professionalism, and operate in accordance with the IIA International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and Code of Ethics. Please see https://audits.umich.edu/ for additional information.
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