Grant Thornton LLP Advisory Process Risk Director in Boston, Massachusetts
The Advisory Process Risk Director is responsible for developing and maintaining strong client relationships, growing a book of business in the market, coaching, mentoring, and leading teams, and overseeing all phases of project and engagement management for multiple clients. Engagement responsibilities include planning, directing, and completing risk assessments, and internal control design, assessment, and audit projects across all three lines of defense – across multiple risk domains. The Senior Manager works closely with partners and staff, playing a key role in client and engagement management, practice development, and business development.Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Review processes and internal controls across multiple risk domains to provide clients with an assessment of risk, internal control, and overall process effectiveness and efficiency – across the three lines of defense.
Work closely with clients and staff to develop impactful recommendations to address identified gaps. When requested, assist with implementation and remediation activities regarding internal control, business and IT process optimization, profit improvement, fraud prevention, and compliance.
Conduct entity- and process-level risk assessments, and develop recommended Internal Audit plans for client approval.
Assist with establishing and operating high performing Internal Audit functions, internal controls programs, and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance programs.
Develop and maintain good working relationships with clients and staff; work effectively with client management and staff at all levels to perform services.
Work closely with partners and team members to promptly identify and resolve client problems or issues.
Effectively communicate (verbally and in writing) externally with clients and internally with all levels of the organization to successfully accomplish objectives, portraying knowledge and confidence.
Perform engagement management responsibilities, including performance reviews, task delegation, project scheduling, project financials, quality review and client management.
Actively contribute to, and participate in, business development activities such as new relationship development, proposals, client account management, conferences, presentations, whitepapers and other thought leadership.
Use network of business relationships to generate new sales opportunities
Think strategically about practice enhancements, and actively contribute to implementing change.
Coach, mentor, and develop team members, fostering professional growth and developing high performers.
Other duties as assigned.
8 plus years of experience providing impactful risk and internal control audit and advisory services
CPA, CIA, CISA or other relevant certification required
Experience assisting with establishing and operating high performing Sarbanes-Oxley compliance programs and Internal Audit functions
Experience assessing and designing efficient and effective internal controls that address strategic, operational, reporting, and compliance risks across financial, operational, administrative and information technology (IT) processes
Ability to, and passion for, developing and expanding relationships with current and prospective clients
Experience participating in engagement pursuits, and preparing impactful materials in response to Requests for Information (RFI), Requests for Proposals (RFP) and other client engagement opportunities
Experience with data analytics and visualization preferred
Experience in the life sciences, manufacturing / industrial products, professional services or energy industry preferred
Experience working with organizations that utilize SAP, Workday, Oracle or Infor preferred
Domestic and international travel as required
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