• Full Time
  • Anywhere


At our client’s Global Internal Audit Group, you’ll play a vital role in bolstering and elevating the organization’s value through risk-centered assurance and advisory services to internal stakeholders, senior management, and the Audit Committee. As a  Financial Auditor, your impact will be substantial, influencing the company’s success by strategizing and executing audits across various processes and locations, spanning the U.S. and global domains.

Work Experience (Years)

No. Positions

Remote Status
Partially Remote

Target Date

Client Willing to Sponsor

Accounting / Finance

Relocation Paid

Key Responsibilities:

Audit Oversight: Take charge of planning and executing audits across diverse processes and locations, ensuring adherence to established policies, regulations, and accounting standards.
Data Proficiency: Leverage your expertise in compiling and analyzing extensive datasets from multiple sources, including SAP, payroll systems, and various financial databases.
Risk Evaluation: Collaborate with peers to conduct thorough risk assessment analyses for potential audits of entities, processes, or critical systems.
Audit Insights: Prepare and deliver audit findings to audit leadership and business stakeholders, effectively communicating crucial insights and recommendations.
Risk & Control Insights: Identify and convey risk and control themes to diverse stakeholders, actively contributing to the overarching risk management process.
Investigative Support: Offer assistance in investigations as needed, using your skills and expertise to uncover pivotal information.
Presentation Mastery: Showcase strong soft skills and presentation capabilities, simplifying complex audit information for clear and concise delivery.
Career Progression: This role opens doors to exceptional career growth, offering approximately 24 months in the Internal Audit Group before transitioning to other enticing opportunities within the organization.
Travel: Expect approximately 50% travel, encompassing domestic and international locations.

Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three years’ experience in a public accounting firm or equivalent internal audit role with a global corporation.
Previous expertise in planning and executing financial audits, displaying a robust grasp of auditing principles and methodologies.
Exceptional interpersonal and communication abilities.
Willingness to extensively travel (about 50%) both domestically and internationally.
Three to six years of public accounting experience, including at least one “busy season” as a Senior Auditor.
Why This Opportunity Stands Out:

Our client is a premier global pharmaceutical company, offering visibility through its esteemed Leadership Development Rotation Program.
You’ll gain invaluable experience spending 24 months in the Internal Audit Group, setting the stage for pivotal roles within the organization.
Our client prioritizes career advancement, presenting ample prospects for professional development and growth.
Come join our client’s dynamic Global Internal Audit Group and contribute to the triumph of one of the foremost global pharmaceutical companies while advancing your career aspirations.


To apply for this job email your details to mcastellano@meostaffing.com

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