The Senior SOX Analyst will be reporting to the Senior Manager, SOX PMO. You will take a lead role in evaluating the design and operating effectiveness of management’s financial controls for Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and serve as a trusted advisor to the SOX process and control owners.

This role ensures management’s control documentation is adequate and complete, assists management in determining “key” controls to be tested, coordinates the testing of assigned significant processes/accounts by management, assists in the evaluation of the design and operating effectiveness of internal financial controls and the assessment of deficiencies identified, monitors management’s implementation of corrective actions through remediation and provides periodic reporting of gaps to management. Responsibilities include assisting in the annual mapping, risk assessment and scoping process, developing materiality thresholds, assisting management in evaluating the design and operational effectiveness of controls, providing reporting of the status of the annual assessment, documenting and updating deficiencies log on a timely basis, properly escalating deficiencies to relevant stakeholders in a timely manner, preparing a plan and following through the execution of remediation of deficiencies while coordinating with business owners, and management, documenting management’s position on the evaluation of the severity of deficiencies in light of management’s overall ICFR assessment and coordinating the completion of the audit work of Internal Audit/outsourced staff.

    • Assist in the annual SOX 404 financial statement mapping, risk assessment and scoping process identifying significant locations, business units, transaction cycles and critical processes and accounts ensuring an adequate scope and testing of the Company’s financial statements based on criteria defined each calendar period.
    • Assist in managing the coordination of management’s SOX 404 process controls documentation and review controls to ensure adequate design and identification of “key” controls for assigned critical processes/accounts.
    • Assist in the coordination and the completion of the annual SOX 404 Compliance Plan and audit work performed by Internal Audit in compliance with required timelines.
    • Coordinate with business owners to ensure controls are being properly designed and thought through when business or organization changes occur.
    • Monitor the SOX database to ensure timely and accurate reporting of gaps and oversee access and updates for the retention of required audit and reporting documents.
    • Act as the “go-to” person for internal controls within the organization and provide a reliable and insightful resource for implementing controls within a business process in an efficient and effective manner.
    • Perform SOX testing of design and operating effectiveness
    • Liaison with the external auditors as required.
    • Assist in ad hoc projects as required.
  • BS/BA degree in Accounting/Finance (CPA certification required, MBA and/or CIA/CISA certification preferable)
  • 3-5 years of experience including public accounting and/or internal audit with financial audit experience/ SOX 404 audit experience; must possess strong auditing skills with experience in auditing public companies and compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, Section 404 and the Public Company Oversight Board (PCAOB) Standards.
  • Knowledge of the requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, Section 404, PCAOB Standards, Generally Accepted Accounting Standards of the United States, Security and Exchange reporting requirements, Generally Accepted Auditing Standards, and other applicable professional guidance
  • Knowledge of Software as a Service revenue recognition and other common software accounting topics is preferable.
  • Financial and business acumen
  • Knowledge of external auditor requirements and reporting
  • Strong communication skills, written and verbal
  • Effective managerial skills
  • Effective cross-functional management skills
  • Strong technical and analytical skills
  • Proficient in Excel, Word, Visio Flowcharting, PowerPoint etc.

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