KPMG Audit Senior Manager in Chicago, Illinois
Business Title: Audit Senior Manager
Requisition Number: 101490 - 32
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KPMG is currently seeking an Audit Senior Manager to join our Audit (https://audit.kpmg.us/) practice.
Lead reporting to Audit Specialist Governance Committee including driving critical Governance Processes for the use of specialist (CECL, Credit, Valuation, Actuarial, MSR and Fraud) in the audit process include planning, scoping, status reporting, issue escalation, training, specialist accreditation
Oversee the system of quality controls (SoQC) process within CAS and serve as a resource to the Operations Leads; monitor to ensure each CAS offering is completing the SoQC processes timely, and any exceptions or issues are remediated
Liaise with the SoQC team and CAS Leadership related to control reviews and any risks identified
Manage the Service Line Agreement (SLA) between audit, tax, and advisory; assist with the SoQC process and any necessary remediation efforts
Spearhead efforts and assist various specialist groups in CAS to determine what procedures could be shifted to trained audit resources and build out program
Provide leadership and oversight to CAS specialist team members regarding deliverables, project plans, and any identified risks
Liaise with CAS and Advisory Leaders to determine appropriate accreditation requirements for CECL, Credit, Valuation, MSR, and Actuarial professionals to be considered lead specialists for audit engagements; test such requirements annually or as needed for newly nominated specialists
Minimum fifteen years of recent experience in business operations or project management within a professional services firm; prior audit experience in a professional services firm including Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) registrants, in accordance with relevant regulatory and professional auditing and assurance standard
Bachelor's degree in accounting from an accredited college/university; Licensed CPA in home office state
Must be able to set and execute strategic initiatives for team; creative thinker and able to identify innovative business solutions; potential to develop strategic focus over system of quality controls, defining next generation business and leadership needs
Candidate should have working knowledge of specialist groups and operational processes as well as strong skills in audit approach, ICOFR, auditing estimates, and executive level presence
Knowledge of operational risk and internal controls, valuation, risk management, governance and oversight processes, risk appetite, credit and capital management and risk analysis, FAS 157, and treasury technology; applied working knowledge of U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), U.S. Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS), and Public Company Oversight Board (PCAOB) Auditing Standards
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to gain the confidence and respect of individuals at various levels; progressive experience leading multi-disciplinary teams and managing projects; highly proficient written and verbal communication skills
Ability and willingness to travel
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States without the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future
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