Please note that the requirements specified in this posting are the basic qualifications required for the (Senior Internal Auditor); however, job title will be dependent on the candidate s level of experience in those requirements.
The Senior Internal Auditor is responsible for working with Internal Audit management to achieve the Group Internal Audit Plan for Takeda in the Americas. This responsibility includes understanding the internal audit scope, performing internal audit procedures, and preparing internal audit reports reflecting the results of the work performed. Work performed will include auditing functional and operating units and focusing on business process, Pharma Compliance, and financial processes. In addition, the Senior Internal Auditor performs follow-up activities on the status of outstanding Internal Audit issues. The Senior Internal Auditor will also assist Internal Audit management with development of the annual Internal Audit risk assessment and audit plan. The Senior Internal Auditor may also manage and review the work performed by other internal audit co-sourcing resources.
This position will work in support of the Internal Audit management by:Qualifications
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:
- Undergraduate Degree (preferably in accounting/finance);
- 3+ years of audit and/or monitoring experience;
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, to effectively present audit results to peers and Internal Audit management;
- Significant Sarbanes-Oxley assessment experience or fluent language skills in Spanish or Portuguese;
- Strong project management, verbal, written and documentation skills;
- Ability to process and analyze information and develop related action plans;
- Ability to perform duties and tasks necessary to work on multiple projects.
- CPA or CIA.
- 2+ years of Public Accounting experience.
- Compliance and internal auditing experience.
- Knowledge of current compliance issues facing the pharmaceutical industry, including fraud and abuse issues resulting from interactions with healthcare professionals and reimbursement by government payment programs.
- Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) designation and experience in fraud detection.
- Experience in working on audit projects in the emerging markets.
- Compliance certification, such as the Seton Hall Compliance Certificate.
- Moderate travel, approximately 20-25% of total work time, with some international travel required.
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