Audit Senior

Reporting Structure: Reports to the Senior Manager of Internal Audit

 Primary Job Responsibilities:

  1. SOX 404 Testing

 Assist in the completion of Sarbanes‐Oxley independent testing of financial


 Coordinate, participate and document walkthroughs of major Company


 Coordinate, plan and complete testing of internal controls

 Develop and maintain strong working relationships with Process Owners

 Identify all significant control weaknesses.

 Draft and present findings and recommendations to Internal Audit

management and audit clients.

 Make suggestions for improvements to internal controls and control


  1. Business Process Review / IT Auditing

 Quickly learn new business processes, company operations and activities and

determine areas of greatest risk.

 Acquire an understanding of corporate policies and procedures and the

functional business disciplines being reviewed to ensure that audit

procedures are appropriate, timely, and effective.

 Be knowledgeable of and able to articulate internal audit department


 Responsible for determining scope and areas to be reviewed based on risk


 Conduct research and client interviews consistent with the defined Internal

Audit process.

 Develop in‐depth understanding of risks and controls related to assigned

audit areas

 Evaluate the system of financial and operational controls to achieve company


 Perform reviews utilizing established guidelines to analyze the adequacy of

internal controls and compliance with corporate procedures.

 Perform audit test procedures and identify and communicate issues on a

timely basis.

 Prepare detailed audit documentation and working papers for assigned areas

in accordance with internal audit policies, standards and guidelines

 Prepare detailed written observation memos and audit reports that include

value‐add audit recommendations

 Develop positive working relationships and alignment with audit clients

during the planning, execution and reporting phases of the audit

 Share knowledge and seek assistance appropriately.

 Prepare and communicate status of audit work to the Senior Manager of

Internal Audit relative to milestones, open issues, and interactions with the

internal clients.

Experience / Knowledge

 Bachelors degree

 Professional designation completed or in progress (CPA, CIA, CISA, CISSP,


 Strong knowledge of US GAAP

 Strong knowledge of audit methodology and techniques

 Prior External and / or Internal Audit experience (financial, operational,

compliance, IT audits)

 Prior Enterprise Risk Management knowledge and experience

 Ability to travel domestically (~15‐20%)

 Strong English language – verbal and written communication skills

 Proficiency in Spanish language – verbal and written communication skills a

plus, but not required

 Ability to work with initiative, minimal supervision and meet prescribed


 Strong interpersonal skills

 Exposure to major ERP systems such as SAP and Oracle a plus

 Media experience a plus

Skills & Capabilities

 Be a highly effective communicator with the ability to interact with Internal

Audit stakeholders at all levels.

 Develop their internal and external networks and be highly effective at

creating lasting relationships with their team members, peers and business


 Demonstrate strong business acumen by being attuned to Univision’s

strategy, business environment and emerging trends and issues.

 Be able to effectively leverage technology to improve operational

effectiveness and efficiency.

 Be a leader who will have the ability to build consensus and articulate a

persuasive point of view.

 Be nimble and agile, with the ability to audit strategic initiatives and change


 Be risk aware and have an intimate understanding of risk management

practices within the organization, our industry and profession.

 Be client service delivery focused and an innovative, critical thinker with the

ability to provide pragmatic solutions to complex business problems.

 Be technically proficient and committed to continuous learning and

professional development.

 Be fraud aware, with the ability to build effective fraud detection procedures

into audit projects and to collaborate with key stakeholders to develop

comprehensive anti fraud programs for the organization.

 Be innately curious with the drive and work ethic to probe and “to ask the

next question” (professional skepticism)


Contact A Stan Hamlet Associate: 212.685.4884