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Internal Audit & Risk Management Lead, Toronto

Last update 2024-06-14
Expires 2024-06-13
ID #2170322944
Internal Audit & Risk Management Lead, Toronto
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Modified May 27, 2024


As the Internal Audit & Risk Management Lead you will be accountable for Development and execution of Supply Ontario’s strategic internal audit plans and support the agency’s Enterprise Risk Management mandate through the development of associated policies, programs, and processes that drive effective risk management across the organization. Other key responsibilities include: INTERNAL AUDIT• Developing strategic, operational, and multi-year audit plans aimed at evaluating and enhancing the effectiveness of internal controls, and governance processes.• Planning and executing operational, financial and IT audits to ensure compliance with applicable directives and policies. Identify risks, weaknesses, and opportunities for improvement within the agency.• Responsible for planning and executing audits of Supply Ontario partners, including the possibility of auditing their operations or financial records.• Developing recommendations and reports based on audit findings and effectively present them to senior management and the Audit & Finance Committee for consideration and action.• Building and managing effective long-term relationships and networks with program leads, management, and colleagues. This includes identifying opportunities for collaboration across different areas, evaluating client services, and ensuring alignment with the agency's future business directions and needs.• Conducting environmental scans to monitor best practices and future trends within the agency and the audit profession. Assesses the agency's needs and position the audit function to meet those evolving requirements. RISK MANAGEMENT:• Supporting the planning, development, and implementation of the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program to support comprehensive risk governance and management throughout the organization and across the supply chain eco-system.• Accountable for the planning, development implementation and monitoring of risk management program including related controls and processes, risk analysis and mitigation plans. Ensure that risk management aligns with the agency's operational plans and priorities.• Developing testing methodologies to assess the adequacy of the agency's internal controls, ensuring they are robust and effective in mitigating risks.• Offering advisory and assurance services related to risk-related controls, systems, and business improvement processes. Ensure overall compliance with legislative statutes, agency policies and applicable provincial directives. • Maintaining risk management activities, including evaluating agency and partner risks and proposing recommendations to enhance risk management, controllership, accountability, and governance processes. Focuses on improving the effectiveness, efficiency, and economy of agency operations. Successful candidates will demonstrate the following:• Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or business administration• Chartered Professional Accountant or Certified Internal Auditor designation required.• 5 to 8 years of progressive accounting, audit and risk management experience• Proven experience in audit planning and management of complex and diverse audits.• Strong knowledge of and experience with internal auditing, operational reviews, accounting and risk management standards, principles, practices and methodologies• Knowledge of accounting principles generally accepted auditing standards (e.g., Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and Canadian Standards for Assurance Engagements (CSAE)), business risk practices, techniques, procedures and principles, advancements in business methodologies and practices to provide advice and expertise to senior management. • Advanced knowledge of risk management practices and concepts, frameworks.• Comprehensive understanding and application of government audit and risk management concepts, policies, standards, and guidance.• Advanced knowledge of the risk management in the context of data, digital and technology• Experience in providing strategic advice and expertise to management in auditing and business management principles and practices.• Excellent collaboration, communication, customer service and relationship management skills• Strong communication skills to develop audit plans and reports to senior management. Supply Ontario offers a competitive compensation package including benefits and defined benefit pension plan. Please apply by June 10, 2024. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. Supply Ontario is an inclusive employer which respects equity, inclusion, diversity and anti-racism. Accommodation, if required, will be provided throughout the hiring process in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code.

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Internal audit & risk management lead

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