The Touro College Auditing Volunteer program is one of America’s most ambitious programs for audit stewardship and public service. The purpose of the Touro College Auditing volunteer program is to provide gifted and highly motivated accounting students with first-hand experience in the process of internal auditing in both an academic institution and a non-profit organization. By participating in audit reviews in the various departments, volunteers gain a sense of personal involvement in the audit procedures. Selected individuals will spend six months to a year working as an intern in the Internal Audit department.
Engagement in the work of the College lies at the heart of the Auditing volunteer program. Work assignments can offer unparalleled experience working with senior administration officials on emergent issues and challenges. The audit assignments demand a capacity for quick learning and a willingness to work hard, often on issues outside of their area of expertise.
• Computer skills
• Advanced excel (pivotable)
Responsibilities range from:
• Gathering and analyzing data for internal audits by conducting interviews, sophisticated audit and financial research and writing and downloads;
• Creating risk matrices;
• Performing testing as outlined in the Control Risk matrices;
• Drafting audit reports for presentation to the Internal Audit stakeholders;
• Researching laws, regulations, District policy and standards;
• Assisting in the implementation of recommendations from internal audit;
• Communicating results of internal audit to stakeholders;
• Establishing quarterly audit plans and audit programs;
• Following-up on audits and organizations for implementation of recommendations;
• Chairing inter-department meetings;
• Designing school policies.