SENIOR AUDITOR, Audit Division-Lincoln Laboratory Audit Services (LLAS), to conduct assurance and advisory engagements using an integrated approach within Lincoln Laboratory's central service departments, divisions, and groups. Methodology will include the identification and assessment of operational, compliance, financial, safety, and behavioral risks and exposures. Will examine the adequacy of controls over such risks through the use of data analytics and traditional internal audit methodologies. Responsibilities include engagement planning and testing, analyzing data, identifying trends, interpreting and presenting results to support decision making, and assessing implemented corrective actions through follow up testing. Will focus on client service, collaboration with audit team members, and strong communications with Institute and Lab stakeholders. Will also participate in ongoing risk assessment associated with individual operational units and/or processes and serve on various committees across the Institute.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree, preferably with a concentration in accounting, finance, business administration or related field; minimum of three years' internal auditing and/or public accounting experience, preferably in an educational or nonprofit organization; solid understanding of governance, risk and control concepts, and project management; professional certification (i.e., CIA, CPA, CISA) or ability to obtain within eighteen months of employment; and strong analytical, interpersonal, and verbal and written communication skills. Understanding of the COSO framework and related applications within a complex, distributed, research-intensive environment strongly desired; as is an appreciation for structure within an FFRDC environment. Familiarity with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) a strong plus. Working knowledge of electronic audit tools (e.g., ACL, Brio, Cognos, Access), data analytic concepts, and ERP systems (SAP) preferred. Job #14361-Q
Lincoln Laboratory is a Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) funded by a prime contract with the U.S. government.
Audit work will predominantly be conducted in Lexington, MA, with occasional time spent on campus in Cambridge.
Successful application for secret clearance by the U.S. government is required; U.S. citizenship for such application is requisite.
MIT is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin.