Manages all aspects of the organization's internal auditing services and completes compliance functions for Agency operations by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate team members.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES are listed below in order of importance, from most important to least important.
Evaluates organizational compliance with internally and externally established standards and operational requirements, including Agency policies and procedures, through development and execution of audits, reviews, and inspections.
Develops internal audit program to include review and audit procedures, measuring Agency compliance with required standards, licensures, regulations and agreements; produces annual internal audit plan; communicates audit results and corrective action plan to staff and their leadership; tracks steps and maintains detailed records of the internal audit program.
Assesses and validates standards, making recommendations for improvements as needed.
Identifies and reports opportunities for compliance improvement, risk management and risk mitigation through data gathered and performance of trend analysis on audit findings and performance results.
Supervises staff; see Supervisory Responsibilities below.
Examines Corrective Action and Preventive Action activities undertaken for compliance through observation and database analysis, providing follow-up.
Monitors organizational contract approval and authorization process including maintenance system of original contractual documents and agreements.
Implements compliance improvement strategies using best practices on a project basis designed to achieve departmental goals; supports departmental projects designed to safeguard the assets of the organization.
Develops and maintains master list of Agency contracts, licenses, leases, inspections and other reoccurring compliance issues; advises appropriate staff when renewals must be negotiated.
Contributes to training programs for staff development in compliance principles and strategies, including health and safety, risk management and mitigation, and loss prevention issues.