• Internal Auditor Staff II

    Job Locations US-TX-Fort Worth
    Requisition ID
    Employee Type
    Full Time-Regular
  • Overview

    The Operational and Corporate Audit team is responsible for independently evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of the control structure for both enabling and operating departments within GM Financial North America.   Results of the evaluation are reported to management along with recommendations for improvement.  Operations Audit also performs consultative audits upon management request and participates in company projects to help management identify risks and controls. 


    The Staff Internal Auditor II is responsible for participating in and leading, as necessary, audits from planning to reporting with assistance from Senior-level auditors and management.



    • Execute audits, including completion of design flows, risk assessments, testwork/workpapers, and audit findings with minimal assistance from the in-charge/management. As needed and as skillset allows, perform in-charge roles on less complex audits with Senior/Management assistance
    • Identify control weaknesses, regulatory compliance issues, and other areas of risk
    • Assist the in-charge with planning and reporting as needed.
    • Complete audit assignments in an efficient and timely manner (i.e., by the budgeted/estimated dates and provide updates to in-charge/management as needed)
    • When performing an audit as the in-charge, review work of staff, demonstrating effective leadership skills on a continuous basis, including discussion of performance development opportunities with staff with guidance from management.
    • Report to work as scheduled


     Perform other duties as necessary to support the needs of the department



    Reports to: Internal Audit Manager, AVP, or VP.  Functionally works under an in-charge during the course of audits. 

    Direct Reports: None



    • Understanding of finance/lending operations preferred
    • Internal Audit process, methodology, and standards
    • Fraud risks and controls
    • Federal, state, and provincial regulations
    • Working knowledge of the COSO framework is preferred


    •  Professional skepticism and leadership
    •  Ability to deal with change and shift gears comfortably
    •  Learn quickly when facing new situations
    •  Ability to apply knowledge, judgment, logic and critical thinking skills to execute and improve work processes
    •  Listening actively and communicating effectively with others (both written and verbal); relate well with others, build relationships and constructively interact with a variety of people and situations (both department management and Internal Audit team members)
    •  Quickly adapt to and drive change, exhibit insight, patience with persistence and positively influence, motivate and enable people to achieve optimal results
    •  Computer skills (Microsoft Office, audit software preferred)


    •  Minimum of 1 year in the field of Internal Audit
    •  Bachelor’s degree in Business required; Accounting or Finance preferred
    •  Professional certification achievement within two years of service, if not already achieved; CIA, CPA, or CFE certification, preferred
    • Professional certification must be achieved within two years of service, if not already achieved


    Normal office environment. Up to 5-10% travel required



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