Internal Audit Manager

Washington, D.C.

Job Summary

The Internal Audit Team is critical to our strategy of helping our finance teams continuously improve financial reporting, internal controls and compliance at their locations to help deliver growth and value in the markets we serve. We have a high bar for talent and for our Internal Audit Associates. You will be a trusted advisor with the business and key stakeholders in planning and execution of financial statement audits and reviews (“engagements”) throughout the United States. You will be a part of a top-notch, internal audit team, enabling our vision of “delivering value through world class audit execution.


  • Assist in planning and execution of high quality financial and compliance audits and reviews, generally under the supervision of the Internal Audit Director.
  • Complete assigned portions of engagements, including testing, work paper documentation and report drafting while on site or shortly after completion of field work and submit to the Internal Audit Director on a timely basis.
  • Acquire a good understanding of the audit location’s business and industry.
  • Develop positive working relationships with audit location finance teams
  • Be a point of contact for accounting questions or concerns coming from the locations.
  • Lend special skillsets or experience to engagements where needed, e.g., language ability, process or forensic audit skills, etc.
  • Assist as required with miscellaneous reporting needed for senior management or Audit Committee presentations.


  • At least 6 years with a “Big Four” audit firm at the manager level.  Only under very limited situations will a candidate be considered if they are not yet at the manager level at a Big 4 audit firm, but they must at least be within a year of making manager. 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Finance or Accounting is required.
  • US CPA is required.  CIA is a plus.
  • Experience with consolidation accounting and reporting in multi-national companies is highly preferred.
  • Experience with manufacturing companies and cost accounting is required.
  • Experience with US GAAP and SEC public company reporting is required.
  • Experience with SOX 404 and internal control assessments is required.
  • Must be comfortable with all aspects of the financial audit cycle including risk assessment and scoping, designing and executing audit procedures, and proposing and presenting audit recommendations.