Senior Internal Auditor

Employer
Constellium
Location
Baltimore, MD
Posted
Jul 20, 2021
Closes
Jul 23, 2021
Ref
2129020014
Function
Audit and Tax
Hours
Full Time
Senior Internal Auditor Context Constellium is a global leader in aluminium transformation by designing and manufacturing of innovative and high value-added aluminium products for a broad scope of markets and applications, focusing in particular on aerospace, automotive and packaging. An annual revenue of about A$ cents A cents € sA' not 4.9Bn in 2020 was achieved by over 12,000 employees in 28 productions sites and 3 R&D sites across Europe, North America and China. Our capabilities include extrusions and rolled products, automotive structural components, and recycling. Through our three business units - Aerospace and Transportation (A&T), Packaging and Automotive Rolled Products (P&ARP), and Automotive Structures and Industry (AS&I) - Constellium anticipates and responds to the fast-evolving market needs. The Company corporate offices are split between Paris (France), Zurich (Switzerland) and Baltimore (Maryland, USA). Primary Purpose The Internal Audit & Internal Control (IA&IC) function at Constellium covers: Governance, Risk Management, Control Design, SOX Compliance, and Internal Audit. IA&IC's mission:Serves as a reference for the evaluation of Company's risk management, control, SOX compliance and governance processes, Recognized for providing balanced and comprehensive independent opinions through a systematic, disciplined, and collaborative approachFocused on supporting and monitoring improvement projects of the first and second lines of defense. IA&IC aims to deliver value through capabilities in Finance & Accounting, SOX, IT, and Operations. The function reports to the Audit Committee and the CEO, with an Administrative delegation to the CFO. IA&IC team members are based between the Baltimore and Paris Offices, requiring up to 40% travel and use of digital communication tools. With this scope of activities and capabilities, the IA&IC function represents a bold development and training ground for talented professionals to gain a wide range of perspectives and experiences. Key Accountabilities The IA&IC team supports, designs and deploys internal controls. The Internal Auditor will deliver in the areas of Risk Management, Control Design, Compliance, and Internal Audit. This position will focus on Finance & Accounting, but will also contribute to projects in SOX Compliance, IT, and Operations. The function typically designs, leads, and delivers 10-20 individual projects per year within the following scopes:Major - Site Financial & Internal Control audits,SOX reviews (eg the review of SOX Management testing results, note that the testing is executed by external resources (EY))Specific risk assessments (eg participation in the annual ICFR risk assessment and scoping or facilitating a risk assessment workshop at sites)Contributions to IT and Operations reviews. Key Responsibilities include:Develops individual project definition and planning, supervises project resources, delivers project execution in line with methodology and quality standards, leads interaction with site and functional managementDelivers reviews that make recommendations to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of governance (incl. accountabilities set-up), risk management, and controlDevelops findings and recommendations reports, obtains management buy-in, signs-off the report body, and drafts the Executive summary and conclusionFollows-up on findings and recommendations until issues are closedIdentify, share, and disseminate best practices (within the team and to management)Internally, prepares periodic reports on progress made in the delivery of the annual Audit Plan as well as key findings identified. Also, develops the IA&IC function capabilities (regulatory watch, methodologies, and competencies) around his/her major.Provides oversight in the field of the internal auditors and first level of review of audit execution and work papers. Requirements Profile:Bachelor's degree requiredMaster's degree preferredManufacturing / logistic knowledge or Big Four / large regional CPA firm experience ideal4 - 7 years' experienceInternational and multicultural exposure preferred Competencies:Operations (Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Quality, )Consulting / ManufacturingAluminum / AutomotiveKnowledge of FCPA and relevant fraud investigation proceduresKnowledge of Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) StandardsKnowledge of IT fundamentals including ITGC's and Automated ControlsRisk ManagementExperience in Industry (CAPEX, Project Management, Working Capital)Multi-lingual a plus (particularly in French and German) Skills / Personality:TeamworkTransparencyAbility to lead through influenceCommunication (Verbal, Written, Conceptual) and Interpersonal skillsPragmatic / Adaptable / Conceptual / Autonomous / Self-starterWilling and able to travel domestically and internationally (up to 40%)#06022021

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