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  • Internal Audit Specialist (Medical Center Audit) - Ohio State University (Posted on 7/01/2024)

Under general supervision, the Internal Audit Specialist assists management in the effective discharge of responsibilities by conducting audits and providing analyses, appraisals, recommendations, counsel and information concerning activities reviewed; performs audits in accordance with GAAS; prepares written reports; discusses observations and recommendations with associate director; performs audits and multi-disciplinary reviews (i.e. financial, operational, and advisory projects) across the Medical Center; collects, documents, and analyzes evidentiary data as a basis to form an opinion on the adequacy of internal controls and compliance with policies, procedures, laws and regulations; drafts findings, prepares written reports and recommendations; attends audit meetings; performs follow-up reviews. 

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  • Chief Risk Officer - School Employees Retirement System of Ohio (SERS) (Posted on 4/09/2024)

SERS, with approximately $18 billion in assets, located in Columbus, Ohio, is searching for a Chief Risk Officer (CRO) to join this highly regarded public retirement system.  Serving over 240,000 members and more than 1,000 employers, SERS is a statewide, cost sharing, multiemployer defined benefit retirement system for non-teaching persons.  The position is open as a result of the CRO’s retirement.  In early 2020, SERS started their Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Program.  The program, built by adopting best practices from various frameworks, focuses on risks associated with information security, cyber risk, and insurance; vendor management; business continuity, disaster recovery and incident response; investment compliance; and artificial intelligence. Reporting to the Deputy Executive Director, the CRO is responsible for overseeing and directing the ERM program.  The CRO is a member of the senior leadership team and leads a team of three.  The successful candidate will be a confident leader who possesses an ability to communicate effectively and establish collaborative working relationships with many people across the organization.  

SERS seeks a strategic risk and/or audit executive with extensive experience in operational risk.  Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree and at least seven years of relevant and transferable experience in enterprise risk management, auditing, strategic planning, business continuity, information security, or related fields.  Compensation includes a base salary, retirement benefits (24% contribution – 14% employer paid, and 10% employee paid, SERS does not participate in Social Security), and attractive benefits package, including reimbursement for education and professional training.  SERS also provides relocation assistance.

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