Internal Audit Lead/Internal Audit Supervisor

Company Name:
Beacon Roofing Supply, Inc.
Internal Audit Lead/Internal Audit Supervisor
Herndon, VA (Washington DC)
Beacon Roofing Supply, Inc. is one of the largest distributors of residential and non-residential roofing and complementary building products in North America ($2.3B revenues in 2012). We currently consist of 13 regional companies in 39 states and 6 Canadian Provinces with 240 locations and more than 3,000 employees. We are known throughout the building supply industry for having quality people, quality service and quality building products.
Beacon Roofing Supply is publicly traded on the NASDAQ stock market under the symbol BECN. In June of 2006 Beacon Roofing Supply was named to the NASDAQ Global Select Market. Beacon is a FORTUNE 1000 company.
We are currently seeking an Internal Audit Lead/Internal Audit Supervisor for our corporate audit team. This is an exciting and rewarding career opportunity that will report to the Director of Internal Audit.
Assist the Director of Internal Audit in the execution of the companywide annual risk assessments and preparation of the annual audit plans.
Develop strategic, risk-based audit work programs, concepts and methodologies and apply professional standards/frameworks of the IIA, COSO and other professional bodies in performing impactful audits and reviews of internal control and business processes for effectiveness.
Work as a partner with Divisional Controllers and corporate finance team to perform value-added operational and financial audits to ensure effectiveness and efficiency of operations, and to review the company's accounting in compliance with GAAP for major transactions in revenue recognition, business combinations, goodwill & impairment, intangibles, vendor rebates & discounts, derivatives, reserves, inventory, foreign currency transactions & translations, etc.
Perform operational effectiveness testing of controls over significant accounts, disclosures and processes, as part of the company's Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) compliance initiative.
Prepare draft audit reports for the Director's review to effectively and persuasively communicate findings and recommendations to senior management.
Perform due diligence, financial statement, and internal control reviews over business acquisitions to ensure effective integration and consolidation of such entities into the corporate structure and consolidated financial statements.
Assist the Big 4 external audit Firm in the execution of the annual integrated audit process.
Conduct whistleblower/hotline investigations in various locations across United States and Canada, culminating in the issuance of effective reports to the Audit Committee and senior management.
Demonstrate understanding of information technology controls, systems and applicable frameworks as they impact business processes, financial and operational reporting, and SOX annual assessments.
Perform other ad-hoc assignments, as deemed necessary by the Internal Audit Director.
The most positive attitude and desire to work in a team-oriented environment.
A CPA certificate and a Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in accounting, or related field.
Five or more years of public accounting or internal audit experience.
Experience with public company SOX compliance and understanding of risk assessment methodologies.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to deal with senior levels of management on control and finance matters.
Minimal management and leadership experience, and ability to effectively communicate with andinfluence all levels of the organization to drive change and corrective action.
Aptitude to grasp complex accounting and control issues with the most positive attitude and enthusiasm.
Willingness to travel approximately, 25-30% of the time to locations throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and IDEA.
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