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First Niagara Financial Group
Buffalo, NY US
Accounting & Finance
Requisition Number: 6925 Job Title: Auditor
Area of Interest: Audit
State: New York
Requirements: Minimum Qualifications
· Bachelor’s Degree in accounting or in a similar business related field (or appropriate transferrable experience). · One to two years of accounting or auditing experience (or appropriate transferrable experience). · Understanding of internal auditing standards, procedures, and techniques. · Ability to work effectively with others. · High level of professionalism, commitment, integrity, and objectivity. · Commitment to growing and enhancing skills and knowledge. · The ability to deal with sensitive information with the utmost confidentiality and professionalism. · Advanced level experience in Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint required. · Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills with a strong customer service orientation. · Strong organizational skills, flexibility and proven ability to multi-task, prioritize and meet deadlines in a demanding environment. · Ability to work in a team environment, take initiative and work independently. · Strong project management skills. · Ability to craft agendas, meeting minutes and reports for review. · Excellent professional presence and diplomacy. · Proactive nature with ability to anticipate needs of others and synthesize information into concise relevant facts promoting efficiency and effectiveness Job Description: Overview:Under the supervision of the Audit Director, assist in providing objective assurance on the effectiveness of the Audit Department’s operations to help ensure key audit risks are being managed appropriately. Additionally, assist with coordination of professional activities, training, workpaper review, administrative tasks, and ad hoc departmental projects. Key Responsibilities · Assist the Professional Practices Audit Team as directed by the Audit Director. · Under the supervision of the Audit Director, review audits to ascertain whether results are consistent with established risks and whether the audits are being performed as planned. · Collect, analyze, interpret, and document information to support Quality Assessment Reviews. · Inform the Audit Director of progress on Quality Assessment Reviews and any assigned projects / administrative tasks. Bring problems requiring action to his/her attention as soon as practical. · Through continuous professional development, stay abreast of business trends and continually update knowledge to stay on top of key issues; especially developments relevant to the operations of the bank and its subsidiaries. · Assist with special projects, and complete all other tasks assigned by management. · Support the Bank’s process improvement initiatives. · Promote and uphold the Bank’s Vision, Mission, and Statement of Values. · Must adhere to pertinent laws, regulations, First Niagara’s Compliance Policy and external compliance requirements. · Handle all administrative needs for the Audit Director Professional Practices and the Managing Director & General Auditor. · Provide support to the Internal Audit team. · Maintain an accurate and up-to-date calendar for the Managing Director & General Auditor, including prioritizing and scheduling meetings, revising schedule due to changing needs, arranging meeting logistics etc. · Reception of visitors and instructors. · Prioritize and route incoming calls and correspondence and respond independently when appropriate to ensure action/attention required is addressed. · Serve as a liaison with all levels of staff and external contacts. · Assist in invoice processing, tracking and other budgeting related activities. · Coordinate departmental meetings and other events including selection of venue, handling logistics and negotiating with vendors. · Create agendas, minutes, correspondence, reports and presentations as requested. · Complete expense reporting and other ad hoc projects as needed. · Prepare travel itineraries · Compilation and distribution of materials for Audit Committee, departmental meetings, and management presentations. · Procurement of office supplies