at T-Mobile USA, Inc. in Overland Park, Kansas, United States
The Financial Compliance Manager is a part of the Financial Compliance Strategy Group and is a key player in defining the company's compliance strategy. This individual will work in a collaborative, fast-paced environment with others that are passionate about innovation, strategy, and compliance. You will work on business transformation projects in a consulting and audit capacity involving technology integration, system implementations, organizational change, customer data migration, to name a few.
The right candidate will use a risk-based approach to highlight key risks related to Internal Controls over Financial Reporting to management while driving the implementation of new methodologies and technologies to elevate the compliance program. This is a highly visible role requiring interaction with leadership across multiple business functions such as Risk Management, Accounting, and Technology.
Evaluates business changes and system projects to determine the extent of impact to the SOX program and provide a SOX scoping opinion that is supported by data and knowledge of the business.
Evaluates the design of business process, key reports (IPE), data interface and integrity controls and automated controls to ensure management's control design addresses key financial statement risks, prior to implementation.
Provides subject matter expertise on SOX compliance, working cross functionally to consult with business control owners to design compliant and efficient solutions.
Drive ownership and accountability for SOX controls with business control owners while supporting with subject matter expertise.
Identify and report on control weaknesses and enhancements. Evaluate impact of SOX findings and conclude on severity.
Follow-up on outstanding audit issues to ensure that corrective actions are implemented and working as planned, including testing of remediated controls.
Participate in the annual SOX scope and control rationalization efforts to ensure appropriate controls are included within the SOX compliance program.
Provide ongoing training to SOX process and control owners to help ensure understanding and drive ongoing compliance.
Present complex technical issues to leadership, providing an independent view of risk and opinion on proposed solutions.
Reviews third-party, service organization audit reports (SOC1 reports) to evaluate effectiveness of vendor controls.
Maintain an excellent and efficient working relationship with external auditors.
Conduct in-person and online training to stakeholders around SOX basics and best practices.
Develop and maintain productive client relationships with internal stakeholders.
Communicate the results of systems development projects and consulting projects via written reports and oral presentations to management, using a risk-based approach.
4 plus years of full-time experience in SOX auditing or related compliance consulting experience. Experience with a Big 4 accounting firm is a plus.
Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Business, Finance, Economics or Management Information Systems or the equivalent.
Demonstrate strong understanding of Internal Controls over Financial Reporting and system environments.
Working knowledge of COSO control framework.
Skill in collecting and analyzing complex data, evaluating business processes, information, and systems, identifying risks and impact, and drawing logical conclusions.
Ability to manage multiple deadlines and be accountable for overall SOX deliverables and execution.
Considerable skill in evaluating control deficiencies and working cross functionally to drive remedial actions.
Considerable skill in effective verbal and written communications, including active listening skills and skills in presenting issues, observations, and recommendations.
Strong computer skills, including MS Office products (i.e., Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Visio for flowcharting, and other business software to prepare reports, memos, summaries and analyses.
CPA, CIA, CISA certification is a plus.#LI-GE1
At least 18 years of age
Legally authorized to work in the United States
High School Diploma or GED
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