Financial Auditor II

AAA National - Orlando, FL

At AAA National we value input, strive for inclusion, and leverage diversity to create a strong and successful business. We were founded in 1902, however, our commitment to our members, association, associates, community and country are stronger than ever. We are seeking top talent to achieve our goal of creating AAA members for life. Interested? We’d love to hear from you. Please click “apply” to submit your resume.


This is an experienced-level audit position that is responsible for conducting independent assessments of the internal financial and operational activities of the AAA National Office in support of the activities governed by the Audit Committee of the AAA Board.

Duties & Responsibilities

Performs and controls all or part of the audit cycle, including assessment of risk and control management over an operation’s effectiveness, financial reliability, and compliance with all applicable policies, directives, and regulations.
Serves as mid-level or lead auditor on projects as assigned.
Performs research and assists the development of the audit program.
Obtains, analyzes, and evaluates internal accounting and operational documentation through the analysis of business records, written documents, electronic data, and interviews with appropriate personnel.
Conducts audit tests based upon risks, audit objectives, and resources on assigned projects.
Documents processes and prepares and presents audit results, findings, and recommendations to management.
Identifies and recommends risk aversion measures and cost savings.
Maintains open communication with management.
Conducts follow up audits to monitor and assess management’s interventions and remediated process controls.
Assists the external audit firm with interim and year-end efforts.
Provides ad hoc advice to associates and management regarding issues found and how to remediate them to ensure validity and compliance with operational policies and controls.
Serve in a consulting capacity on special projects as required.
Conduct ad hoc reviews at the request of management.
Engages in continuous knowledge development regarding business sectors’ rules, accounting regulations, auditing best practices, tools, techniques, and performance standards.
Performs any and all duties assigned by the supervisor


Performs all work in accordance with the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Code of Ethics and International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF) ®.
Knowledge of accounting and auditing standards and procedures, laws, rules and regulations
Understanding of business analytical techniques, fiscal management, operations, data systems and asset protection, information technology, and related topics.
Ability to manipulate large amounts of data and to compile detailed reports using statistical techniques.
Advanced computer skills on MS Office, accounting software and databases.
Good interpersonal skills to interact and encourage cooperation of personnel throughout the Association.
Ability to organize multiple assignments and produce work independently with limited supervision.
Ability to work with and maintain the security of information that is considered to be highly confidential and/or of sensitive nature.
High attention to detail and sound independent judgement.
Ability to communicate effectively and professionally in both oral and written form with all management and operating levels.
Education & Experience

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field and;
Three (3) to five (5) years’ experience as a financial auditor or equivalent work experience.
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)