CPO Auditor I/II/III
San Francisco - Federal Reserve Bank (FRB)
Provide audit coverage and support for the Federal Reserve System's Cash Product Office (CPO)
Federal Reserve System
The Federal Reserve System (FRS), and its 12 District Banks located throughout the United States, is both a Private and a Public, Nonprofit Organization, whose objective is to: 1) Maximize Employment 2) Stabilize Inflation, and 3) Moderate long-term interest rates for its Citizens.
Are you looking for an opportunity to advance your professional auditor career? Are you interested in learning more about the businesses of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco? Does working in a fast-paced, changing environment interest you? Are you interested in a job opportunity that will allow you to make a difference? If you love a challenge and have a passion for results, this position may be of interest to you!
The Audit Department is seeking an individual for our CPO audit team who is self-motivated and can work both independently and in a close team environment. This position is responsible for planning, conducting and documenting project, financial, operational and compliance audits, evaluating risks and controls, and formulating audit findings and recommendations.
Lead and/or participate in moderate and complex SDLC (System Development Life Cycle) project reviews and Cash Services operational reviews.
Schedule, moderate and document meetings with clients and key stakeholders to understand current developments, trends and changing risks and exposures related to the business.
Provide leadership and strategic direction to the Federal Reserve System's Cash Services Audit community by assisting with training, reporting and creation of common audit programs and tools.
Develop informal and formal business relationships across all levels of the organization and the Federal Reserve Audit community, including senior management.
Understand risks applicable to the Cash Services, key National business lines and projects, and create formal risk assessments.
Perform and document audit fieldwork in a complete, clear and concise manner.
Analyze conditions, identify efficiency and effectiveness opportunities, and make recommendations.
Complete assignments within established timeframes.
Communicate audit results to Bank management and others verbally and in a formal audit report.
Perform follow-up activity on planned corrective actions of Bank businesses in response to audit issues and recommendations.
Establishing and maintaining strong customer relationships and communications.
Proposing creative approaches for performing tasks and problem solving.
Participating as Audit's representative in Bank, District, and System workgroups, task forces, and committees.