June 3, 2019
CSU East Bay
Education and Nonprofit
The Risk Management Department works collaboratively to assist the University community in fulfilling their missions by identifying, assessing, and mitigating the risks that threaten students, employees, and guests. Under general direction of the Associate Vice President for Risk Management, the Director of Audits and Compliance plays a key role in advancing the mission of the Risk Management Department.
The Director serves as campus liaison for all Chancellor’s Office audit activities. In this capacity, the Director facilitates all phases of those audits, including pre-audit document and information gathering, audit fieldwork and status updates, responses to audit drafts, and post-audit recommendation follow-up. The Director works closely with the Chancellor’s Office and appropriate campus departments to ensure that recommendations are cleared within 6 months.
The Director is responsible for planning, executing, and administering the internal audit function for the University and its auxiliary organizations. Internal audit should test for compliance with federal and state laws and regulations and CSU policies, and assess the effectiveness of operating controls over campus activities. In doing so, the Director will conduct reviews of higher-risk organization and functional activities, and recommend appropriate corrective action or changes in current University policies, procedures, and systems.
The Director is responsible for providing ongoing consulting to manage campuswide risks and address noncompliance with federal and state laws and CSU policies. A significant subject area in this regard includes handling incidents of waste, fraud, and abuse affecting campus resources.
You have an undergraduate degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Public Administration, Public Policy, Economics, Business Administration, Accounting, or related area, and a minimum of five years of related practical audit experience.
You demonstrate the ability to independently perform all phases of internal auditing and possess knowledge of the theories and principles of internal auditing, audit standards, and general administration and management controls.
You have the analytic skills and be able to deploy techniques in performance auditing, performance auditing, financial analysis; cost-benefit analysis.
You should have an understanding of the role of governmental institutions in general, and public colleges and university in particular, and demonstrate the ability to quickly learn processes, rules, and operations on campus.
You must inspire trust and respect to maintain effective working relationships with staff members of all levels, backgrounds, and work styles, and demonstrate the ability to “achieve results through others” without having organizational authority over others.
You must maintain an objective attitude, and establish and maintain credibility among staff members on campus.
You must have excellent project management skills in order to consistently lead diverse groups of disparate University staff members toward the achievement of a single goal, and within unnegotiable deadlines.
You must have excellent interpersonal (verbal) communication as well as writing skills.
You must be proficient in computer applications, particularly spreadsheets and word processing.
Two plus years of experience