Internal Audit Manager (Hybrid)

Crown Family Philanthropies

Crown Family Philanthropies

Chicago, IL, USA
Posted on Monday, November 20, 2023
About CC Industries, Inc. CC Industries goes to market through a portfolio of companies in the following industries: Transportation Equipment & Logistics, Packaging, Capital Equipment, and Food. A primary focus across the portfolio is on manufacturing and distribution including metal fabrication, machining, reinforced composites, injection molding, lamination, and assembly. Why work for us? CC Industries, located in downtown Chicago, is a family owned business with more than a 100-year legacy and track record of creating an inclusive and engaging work environment. The company offers a rewarding workplace with a culture rooted in core values of integrity, trust, and empowerment. The workplace offers a high-level of self-direction and engagement with others to create a collaborative environment. Position Description This experienced Internal Audit & Advisory manager will manage and help develop a best-in-class solution for mitigating fraud, financial, operations, compliance, and IT risks across Henry Crown & Company and CC Industries. The Internal Audit & Advisory Manager will be expected to build strong relationships & partner with executives and operating companies, while managing a team (internal and external) to ensure audits & projects are optimally performed and in accordance with best-in-class innovation and standards. This role will also support special business projects as needed. Education: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or MIS, Master's strongly preferred Certifications/Licenses: CPA, CIA, CFE, or CISA, or other comparable professional certification required Years of Experience: 8+ or more years of work experience in the industry with Internal Audit experience, at least 5 years of managerial experience Responsibilities Manage and assist in execution of the Internal Audit & Advisory Audit Program across Henry Crown & Co and CC Industries Implement structures and processes to appropriately control risk across fraud, financial controls & compliance, operational, and IT related areas while recommending mitigating strategies Build relationships with senior management and serve as a business advisor/partner to management and operating companies by providing actionable recommendations and solutions to gaps within business processes and controls Enhance & develop comprehensive frameworks and audit work-programs Evaluate the implications of change across the organization, processes (financial, operational, and IT), and other businesses using appropriate internal control frameworks Raise & incorporate fraud prevention and optimization initiatives across all main functions such as Treasury, Procure to Pay, Order to Cash, Inventory, PPE, Financial Reporting, Entity Level processes, FCPA, and KYC Assess the adequacy and effectiveness of processes & controls within our operating companies Conduct special reviews/investigations to prevent and detect fraud as needed Review and/or prepare recommendations identifying root cause, risk implications, and impact to the organization Communicate the results of audit and advisory initiatives through written reports, presentations, and meetings with management Manage multiple time-sensitive, high-risk projects while meeting prescribed goals / deadlines Manage, lead, and assist teams with fieldwork and ensure that they sufficiently document processes, analysis, risks, and conclusions Assist with Audit Committee reporting and other special projects Work closely with & assist the Director of Internal Audit & Advisory and all key stakeholders Determine sufficiency of the audit work performed & the evidence reviewed based upon risk Play a key role in annual audit planning processes and interviews Coach staff to enhance competence and professional development while providing timely feedback Demonstrate excellent analytical, written/verbal communication, interpersonal, and relationship building skills Utilize Accounting and Finance technical knowledge (US GAAP/IFRS/Financial Metrics) Secondary Functions Assist the businesses with overall risk identification, quantification, and mitigation controls Qualifications: Accounting and Finance technical knowledge (US GAAP/IFRS) Commercial Compliance knowledge (AML, KYC, FCPA, Government Reg) (Preferred) Experience with using tools such as AuditBoard, PowerBI, or Diligent Highbond & ACL solutions such as Robotics (Preferred) Expert in MS Office 365 (Excel, Powerpoint, Word, etc), Microsoft Teams Experience with ERPs and tools (preferred: knowledge of JDE, PeopleSoft, Oracle, NetSuite, Dynamics / Great Plains, etc.) Relevant Industries: Experience with applicable industries such as Manufacturing and Real Estate, Hospitality, Financial Services/Trading, Family Offices, Trusts, etc. Demonstrated leadership experience Breadth of business and audit experience Experience in both external and internal audit Willing and able to travel up to 30% of the time if necessary Don't meet every single requirement? Studies have shown that women, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, individuals experiencing disability and BIPOC are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification. At CC Industries we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace, so if you're excited about this role but your past experience doesn't align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply anyway. You may be just the right candidate for this or other roles.