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IIA Career Opportunities

Established in 1941, The IIA is an international professional association of more than 180,000 members providing certification, education, research, and guidance. Our mission is to be the global voice of the internal auditing profession: advocating its value, promoting best practice, and providing exceptional service to its members.

One of the Top 100 Companies for Working Families

Every year since 2004, The IIA has been named one of the Orlando Sentinel's Top 100 Companies for Working Families. The Orlando Sentinel publishes the list annually to recognize organizations in Central Florida that provide a family-friendly work environment and benefits. To be considered, organizations must submit details of eligibility including their core employee benefits, family-related benefits, work environment, employee communication, and training and education offerings. The IIA 's outstanding benefits package, which helped us win this prestigious award, includes a 3% safe harbor contribution and a generous discretionary annual 401(k) contribution, comprehensive health and wellness programs, tuition assistance, generous time off, and a host of other valuable benefits.

A Diverse Staff and Volunteer Structure 

The IIA is committed to valuing and encouraging diversity within its staff, its overall membership, and its volunteer leadership. "Diversity" in a global context relates not only to sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, and race, but also to religion, national origin, and ethnicity. The IIA's goal is to achieve an environment of inclusion and strength created by a diverse staff and volunteer structure. The IIA provides equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individual and does not unlawfully discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Employment decisions are based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. The IIA will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship.

IIA Career Opportunities

If you are interested in career opportunities at The IIA, please submit your résumé and cover letter with salary history to hr@theiia.org. Please indicate the job opening in the subject line of your e-mail.

Current Job Openings
  •   Vice President, Research Foundation

    This executive position is responsible for overseeing a 501(C) (3) Foundation, the operation and management of the Research and content development including the Internal Audit Foundation Governance, Strategic Relationships, Fundraising (grants and awards), oversight of the various restricted funds, Retail Operations, including project development and production, operations, data access and research and analysis.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Provides overall management and administration of Research and content development resources, funds (restricted and unrestricted) financials/budgets/forecasts for the separate 501(C) (3), staffing, programs, operations and projects.
    • Develops and maintains long-range strategic plans and reviews the alignment of the Foundation strategic plan with The IIA’s Global, North American, Headquarters and the Academic Relations Strategic plans.
    • Serves as the staff liaison to The Board of Trustees volunteers, maintains governance directives and related documents for the Internal Audit Foundation. Responsible for managing Board of Members materials. Oversees the management of the Committee of Research and Education Advisors.
    • Coordinates the election of the officers and the trustees of the Foundation including succession planning.
    • Oversees the generation of revenues through fundraising and the retailing operations. Oversight of third party vendor providing full fulfillment services for retail operations.
    • Drives the Foundation related IT initiatives including identifying and deploying alternative delivery methodologies (addressing the future of publishing content and how will members consume content in the future), identification and implementation of a Donor Management System, and migrating to an independent website.
    • Oversees customer service, delivery and accounting for the retail operations including identifying and deploying optimal global distribution options.
    • Oversees the marketing activities and awareness building campaigns for the Foundation as well as all its key business lines including publishing and onsite retail operations.
    • Oversees a dynamic workflow process to maintain an active and relevant pipeline of content. Ensures content is delivered timely in the manner to meet customer’s expectations and is sustainable to the Foundation.
    • Develops and maintains strategic relationships with key partners of the Foundation including The IIA’s Principal Partners, affiliate leaders and organizations.
    • Develops a network of contacts with peers, national and international leaders, and internal auditing professionals to raise the awareness of research and content and to structure and execute global research on Internal Auditing.
    • Develops contacts and a network of authors, consultants and academicians in the internal auditing research community globally.
    • Oversees development and executes financials, budgets and forecasting for Research, content development, Fundraising and Retail Operations. Oversees contracting with authors/researchers and vendors to run operations.
    • Serves as member of the executive leadership team, and assists the President with his responsibilities to the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of The IIA, when appropriate.
    • Supports the development of university students ready for internal audit jobs through the administration of the Academic Fund including support for IAEP schools and programs.
    • Collaborates across the IIA on content development and other projects including developing the future of CBOK and overseeing data access for true academic research.
    • Oversees the various Internal Audit Foundation awards programs including assessment of proposals and awarding of grants.
    • Completes special projects as assigned by the Executive Director.
    • Overseeing a department of 10, managing 2 subordinates, Managing Director, Content Development and Director of Fundraising and Operations. Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of these units.
    • Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

    Education and Experience

    Master's degree (M. A.) or equivalent preferred; and seven to ten years’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience with an international organization would be an asset to The IIA and its global goals.

    Critical Success Factors include:

    • Strategic and innovative mindset relative to value creation
    • Ability to engage and facilitate virtual teams
    • Strong collaboration skills
    • Demonstrated experience prioritizing and balancing multiple, on-going high profile projects with ability to meet critical deadlines.
    • Proven ability to oversee all aspects of projects from start to finish.
    • Ability to meet deadlines.
    • Self-motivation and ability to work independently.
    • Demonstrated significant attention to detail.
    • Ability to recognize and appropriately handle highly confidential information.
    • High degree of reliability and integrity.
    • Ability to consider the global perspective and applicability of projects and content.
    • Ability to develop relationships in order to facilitate fundraising activities.
    • Demonstrated retail operations business acumen.
  •   Technical Editor

    The Technical Editor will be responsible for providing writing expertise to support Standards and Guidance in the Professional Knowledge and Assessment area.

    The primary emphasis will be to develop new guidance (i.e., Practice Guides, Global Technology Audit Guides, and other Supplemental Guidance) and to revise existing guidance.

    Led by a Standards and Guidance director, the Technical Editor will work with project teams comprised of subject matter experts (experienced practitioners volunteering their time) who will provide content, advice, and direction as part of the writing process. It will be the technical editor’s responsibility to draft, edit, revise, and rework each piece of guidance until it is approved for publication. Other writing projects in support of Standards and Guidance may be assigned, as warranted.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    Working under the direction of the Director of Global Standards and Guidance, and in concert with other Standards and Guidance directors managing project teams, the technical writer will:

    • Participate in phone calls and email interviews, and summarize content from volunteer subject matter experts.
    • Plan and write initial drafts of new guidance (i.e., Practice Guides, GTAGs, or other relevant guidance) produced by Standards and Guidance.
    • Edit, restructure, rewrite, and/or update existing guidance.
    • Review comments and proposed edits; synthesize feedback from guidance directors and other subject matter experts into existing drafts.
    • Review related literature to obtain a high-level understanding of the topic.
    • Proofread draft guidance or other materials produced by Standards and Guidance prior to publication.
    • Work with technical writers to ensure consistency of voice, terminology, formatting, and style and to facilitate the seamless transition of shared projects.
    • Ensure proper grammar, punctuation, and construction for clarity and consistency.
    • Employ judgment to ensure terminology used is global and would likely be understood by global users.
    • Ensure that all items adhere to appropriate IIA item-writing guidelines and glossaries for both content and format consistency, including ensuring the global applicability of concepts and terms
    • Work with the approval processes to finalize each piece of guidance for eventual promulgation
    • Ensure items are supported by appropriate references.

    Qualification

    Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university and at least three years’ business experience.

    • Strong writing, editing, and proofreading skills; and the ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple projects simultaneously are essential.
    • Technical writing experience with training in editing, English, creative writing, marketing or a related field is preferred.
    • Experience with an association and/or international organization is an asset to any role within The IIA.
    • Exposure to internal auditing, compliance, or other internal control/risk management-related discipline is a plus.
    • Project management experience is also considered a plus.
    • Attention to detail.
    • Proven ability balancing and prioritizing multiple tasks and high profile projects.
    • Proven ability to meet critical deadlines.
    • Proven ability to oversee all technical aspects of projects from start to finish.
    • Self-motivation and ability to work independently.
    • Excellent English was written, and oral communication skills are required, including accurate spelling and grammar that is concise, customer-centric, and effectively communicates The IIA’s key messages.
    • Knowledge of AP style is preferred.
    • Must be skilled in writing for social media, print, digital, or web media.
    • Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers or members of the business community.
    • Multiple language abilities is an asset in any role with The IIA.
    • Ability to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
    • Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
    • Intermediate or higher ability to work in a computerized environment with a working knowledge of most Microsoft Office products.
  •   Manager, Marketing and Communications - CANADA

    The Manager, Marketing and Communications will be responsible for the delivery of key elements of the Institute of Internal Auditors Canada (IIA Canada) strategic and operational plans related to marketing / membership development and communications. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Manager, Marketing and Communications is responsible for providing strategy, planning and execution of outreach efforts that position IIA Canada as the leader / voice of the Internal Audit profession within Canada. The Manager, Marketing and Communications will be measured on his/her ability to increase engagement with members/stakeholders across communication platforms, growth in overall membership and ultimately recognition of IIA Canada as the voice of Internal Audit in Canada. Assists IIA Canada Executive Director with special projects as assigned.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Oversees IIA Canada’s membership life-cycle from prospecting to retention and increased engagement. Actively contributes ideas, identifies trends and implements plans for growth and retention of the Canadian market.Works collaboratively with IIA Canada and North American committees/staff as well as Canadian Chapters to build a comprehensive value proposition for IIA membership and develop a multi-faceted marketing program that is compelling across all membership life-cycle stages.
    • Researches, develops and implements membership programs for identified high-potential and targeted markets (Financial Services, Chief Audit Executives, Education (University), Women in Internal Audit, etc).
    • Over-sees development of IIA Canada promotional, renewal and on-boarding tools as well as research initiatives (member surveys, research, etc.).
    • Stays on top of, evaluating and recommending new and emerging technologies/tools to reach, engage and convert prospects and members.
    • Manages on-going tracking and reporting of Marketing / Membership trends and initiatives.
    • Strong written and oral skills.
    • Builds annual communications plan that supports the organization’s program/events as well as member and stakeholder engagement. This includes an integrated calendar leveraging various channels – digital/social media platforms, email marketing, IIA Magazine, IIA Canada website and events, etc.
    • Must be digitally and social media literate – will be responsible for building a strong presence on platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter (includes supporting the IIA Canada committees, Board of Directors and Executive Director).
    • Over-sees production of formal communication tools like thought leadership/white papers, press releases and the IIA Canada annual report.
    • Manages on-going tracking and reporting of Communication trends and initiatives.
    • This position does not have any direct reports. Will work closely with contractors, volunteers and interns on an on-going basis.

    Qualifications

    • The ideal candidate holds at minimum a post-secondary degree and at least 2-5 years of experience with a significant track record in communications, marketing and/or stakeholder relations.
    • Experience working with and understanding the nuances of dealing with associations / volunteer based organizations would be an asset (but not necessary).
    • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
    • Intermediate to expert level of competency with all Microsoft office products, specifically word, excel and power point. Superior skill set with excel considered an asset.
    • Must be digitally / social media literate.
    • Bilingualism is a requirement (French / English) – with excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
    • Strong writing skills, preferably from a communication/media based experience, is an asset.
    • Ability to effectively present information in various settings – one on one, group (board of directors) or larger settings (conferences).
    • A team player with strong interpersonal skills.
    • A creative thinker, aware of a wide range of marketing / communication approaches from the nonprofit and business worlds.
    • Self-motivated and able to work with little supervision.
    • Attention to detail with the ability to manage multiple tasks and projects with strong time management skills.
    • Proven ability to produce results.

    Description de l’emploi

    SOMMAIRE

    Le gestionnaire du marketing et des communications est responsable de la prestation des principaux éléments des plans stratégiques et opérationnels de l’Institut des auditeurs internes Canada (IAI Canada) en matière de marketing, de recrutement des membres et des communications. Relevant du directeur général, le gestionnaire du marketing et des communications est chargé de la stratégie, de la planification et de l’exécution des efforts de sensibilisation qui font d’IAI Canada le leader et la voix de la profession de la vérification interne au Canada. Sa performance sera mesurée sur la base de sa capacité à accroître la participation des membres et des parties prenantes par l’entremise de plateformes de communication, la croissance de l’effectif et, en fin de compte, la reconnaissance d’IAI Canada à titre de porte-parole de la vérification interne au Canada. Il assistera le directeur général d’IAI Canada dans la réalisation de projets spéciaux, tels qu’assignés.

    ES FONCTIONS, RESPONSABILITÉS ET APPROCHES PRIMAIRES sont décrites dans ces éléments principaux :

    • Superviser le cycle d’adhésion des membres d’IAI Canada, de la prospection à la rétention et à l’engagement accru. Contribuer des idées, identifier les tendances et mettre en œuvre des plans de croissance et de rétention du marché canadien.
    • Collaborer avec les comités, le personnel d’IAI Canada et de l’Amérique du Nord et les chapitres canadiens afin d’élaborer une proposition de valeur complète à l’intention des membres d’IAI ainsi qu’un programme de marketing multidimensionnel convaincant pour toutes les étapes du cycle d’adhésion.
    • Rechercher, élaborer et mettre en œuvre des programmes d’adhésion pour les marchés ciblés et à grand potentiel [services financiers, dirigeants principaux de la vérification, éducation (université), les femmes dans le secteur de la vérification interne, etc.]
    • Superviser le développement des outils de promotion, de renouvellement et d’intégration d’IAI Canada ainsi que les initiatives de recherche (sondages auprès des membres, études, etc.)
    • Évaluer, recommander et rester à la fine pointe des technologies et outils, nouveaux et émergents, pour rejoindre, engager et convertir les membres éventuels et actuels.
    • Gérer un suivi continu et les rapports sur les tendances et les initiatives en matière de marketing et d’adhésion.
    • Excellentes aptitudes écrites et orales.
    • Dresser un plan de communication annuel qui soutient le programme et les activités de l’organisation ainsi que la participation des membres et des parties prenantes, y compris un calendrier intégré tirant parti de divers moyens, soit les médias numériques et sociaux, le marketing par courrier électronique ainsi que le magazine, le site Web et les événements d’IAI Canada, etc.,/li>
    • Compréhension manifeste des médias numériques et sociaux. Chargé d’établir une forte présence sur les réseaux comme LinkedIn, Facebook et Twitter (y compris, soutenir les comités, le conseil d’administration et le directeur général d’IAI Canada).
    • Superviser la production d’outils de communication officielle tels que le leadership de réflexion, les livres blancs, les communiqués de presse et le rapport annuel d’IAI Canada.
    • Gérer un suivi continu et les rapports sur les tendances et les initiatives en matière de communication.
    • Capable de travailler en équipe. Détenir de fortes aptitudes interpersonnelles.
    • Esprit créatif, conscient d’un large éventail d’approches en matière de marketing et de communication des milieux du secteur à but non lucratif et des affaires.
    • Capacité de travailler de façon autonome et avec peu de supervision.
    • Minutieux et capable de gérer plusieurs tâches et projets. Détenir de solides compétences en gestion du temps.
    • Capacité avérée à produire des résultats.

    RESPONSABILITÉS DE SUPERVISION

    Aucune supervision directe ne relève de ce poste. Travaillera en étroite collaboration avec les entrepreneurs, les bénévoles et les stagiaires sur une base continue.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Pour réussir, la personne doit être en mesure d’effectuer chaque tâche essentielle de manière satisfaisante. Les exigences énumérées ci-dessous sont représentatives des connaissances, des compétences et/ou des capacités requises.

    ÉDUCATION ET/OU EXPÉRIENCE

    Le candidat idéal est titulaire d’au moins un diplôme d’études post-secondaires. Il détient de deux à cinq ans d’excellente expérience dans le domaine des communications, du marketing et/ou des relations avec les parties prenantes.

    Une expérience de travail et une compréhension des nuances au moment de traiter avec des associations et des organisations à base bénévole serait un atout (mais, n’est pas nécessaire).

    CAPACITÉ DE RAISONNEMENT

    Capable de cerner les problèmes, de recueillir des données, d’établir des faits et de tirer des conclusions valables.

    CompÉTENCES INFORMATIQUES

    Niveau de compétence intermédiaire à expert en ce qui concerne tous les produits Microsoft Office, en particulier Word, Excel et Power Point. Un ensemble d’aptitudes supérieures en ce qui a trait à Excel sera considéré comme un atout.

    Connaissance manifeste des médias numériques et sociaux.

    COMPÉTENCES EN LANGUE/ÉCRITURE/PRÉSENTATION

    Parfaitement bilingue (français et anglais). Excellentes aptitudes en communication orale et écrite.

    De solides compétences rédactionnelles, de préférence issues d’une expérience en communication médiatique seront un atout.

    Capacité de présenter l’information de manière efficace dans divers contextes, soit en tête à tête, en groupe (conseil d’administration) ou plus larges (conférences).

    EnvironNEment DE TRAVAIL

    IAI Canada est un milieu de travail unique, flexible et équilibré dans le cadre duquel les individus peuvent maximiser leurs compétences professionnelles et personnelles. Nous nous engageons à offrir un environnement inclusif et accessible où chaque employé se sent respecté, valorisé et soutenu.

  •   Managing Director, Certifications Strategy and Development

    The Managing Director will be responsible for developing global certification strategy, providing expertise and guidance to the certification design, and lead all aspects of the exam development and analysis function, including technical writing, translation, monitoring, performance evaluation, and project management.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Develops and implements global certification and qualification strategies including benchmarking with peer organizations. Ensures the integrity and relevancy the global certification and qualification programs by:
    • Identifying and proposing strategies to both increase and communicate the value of IIA certifications and qualifications to Internal Audit professionals and global stakeholders.
    • Providing direct support and serving as the liaison to the Professional Certifications Board (PCB) by ensuring projects and activities are coordinated.
    • Monitoring the latest developments in the certification testing industry to ensure The IIA exams are current and employ appropriate security measures.
    • Providing leadership and promoting innovative solutions to the delivery of certification and qualification products and testing modalities through recommendation and interactions with global certifications directors and staff.
    • Manages a team of 5 employees on the exam development team. Oversees contractors and technical consultants on a regular basis. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

    Exam Development:

    • Oversees the full range of The IIA’s certification and qualification programs including managing the content and test bank administration of all global certification programs.
    • Provides the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the certification exam development process to fit within a computer-based testing environment, which includes conducting a market study, job task analysis, integrating the current item bank and data, creating exam forms, and conducting training related to testing methodologies.
    • Establishes and maintain appropriate systems for measuring the performance of the exam development function.
    • Oversees the development of all examination content, structure(s), and item types.
    • Defines the body of knowledge for the certified internal auditor certification examination and assessments.
    • Leads the job analysis study process for all certifications offered to develop and maintain the exam content specification outlines (syllabi).
    • Develops and manages the Exam Development annual budget.
    • Oversees the performance of all items and examinations ensuring validity within expected parameters, quality, and consistency.
    • Develops and maintains item writing strategy that includes author recruitment, training, and performance monitoring.
    • Grows the certifications asset base and expand the inventory of exam items
    • Oversees all exam statistics to identify concerns with specific exam questions or forms due to cultural differences, translation errors, or item exposure.
    • Oversees the translation quality assurance strategy.
    • Maintains strict confidentiality requirements for exam and candidate information, including exam questions and candidate grades.

    Leadership:

    • Develops and monitors department metrics and key performance indicators through trending and analysis to identify process improvements and efficiencies.
    • Establishes and monitors staff performance and development goals, assign accountabilities, set objectives and establish priorities, establish and maintain appropriate systems for measuring performance
    • Promotes a culture of high performance and continuous improvement that values learning and a commitment to excellence
    • Mentors and develops staff and other employees using supportive and collaborative approach
    • Leads a multi-cultural and multi-lingual team
    • Promotes regular communication, team-building, and leadership across the department and organization; specifically, develop the manager level

    Other projects as assigned by the Vice President, Global Certifications.

    Education and/or Experience

    • Master’s degree (MBA or M. A.) in Business and related field. Seven plus years of experience in internal audit experience at the manager level or above, or certification strategic management and operation experience. Additional experience requirements include:
    • Proven experience is prioritizing and balancing multiple, on-going high profile projects.
    • Proven ability to oversee all technical aspects of projects from start to finish.
    • Self-motivation and ability to work with little supervision.
    • Attention to detail and ability to work on multiple tasks and projects with strong personal time management skills.
    • Proven ability to meet critical deadlines.
    • Ability to design and conduct research studies, develop survey, collect data, interpret and report the results of data analysis.

    The following is preferred:

    • Deep understanding of the current practices of the internal audit profession.
    • Experience with a global professional testing program including development of programs, knowledge of national and international testing standards and benchmarks for education, as well as a deep understanding of test theories, item banking systems and vendor management, test security, psychometric concepts and their application is required.
    • Experience working in a global organization.
    • Experience working in an association including strategic awareness and thinking, and budgetary responsibility.
  •   Director, Development

    The Director, Development will be responsible for developing and implementing the fundraising strategy for Internal Audit Foundation (IAF) a 501(c)(3) organization. The role will be responsible for achieving fundraising goals, engaging sponsors and partners including chapters and affiliates, and directing operations for the Foundation including marketing and administrative management of the 501(c) (3).

    The Director, Development will create budgets and fundraising plans and liaises with and supports the Fundraising Task Force, a volunteer-led group. The Director will oversee and execute implementation of Internal Audit Foundation marketing plans and other operational duties in support of fundraising goals.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Lead and execute the development and implementation of the annual development strategy and plan in support of the IIARF and IAAAF.
    • Coach and educate other staff to understand the strategy and support fundraising and marketing efforts.
    • Cultivate and nurture relationships with current and potential corporate and organizational sponsors in collaboration with Sales.
    • Develop and grow relationships with our individual donor base; manage annual giving campaigns; cultivate major gifts and sustained sources of giving
    • Assist in the development and implementation of a comprehensive marketing strategy
    • Develop and execute the annual fundraising plan donation tracking and reporting.
    • Manage and oversee staff responsible for data entry and gift processing
    • Develop and oversee organization of special events including fundraising activities at conferences
    • Develop and track proposals and reports for all foundation and corporate fundraising efforts
    • Execute and implement Memorandum of Understanding documents and ensure that sponsors and partners are recognized appropriately and receive appropriate amenities.
    • Develop and manage the annual IIARF budget for administrative and fundraising costs. Oversees budget and forecasting activity.
    • Oversees strategic marketing and communications plans to internal and external customers of The IIARF and IAAAF.
    • Updates to the IIARF, IAAAF and Board of Trustees member websites.
    • Promotion and coordination of the Esther R. Sawyer, Donald E. Ricketts and the Lawrence B. Sawyer awards.
    • Coordination with IIA chapters and institutes to encourage and support research and academic efforts, including the Chapter Achievement Point and IAEP Student Retreat program.
    • Communication with the Board of Trustees and the IAAAF Board and its subcommittees on a variety of issues.
    • Filing of key legal documents related to the corporation are completed annually and filed as appropriate.
    • Other duties as assigned by the Vice President, Research.
    • Directly supervises 2 employees. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) or equivalent from four-year college or university in fundraising, marketing, communications, business or a related field.
    • Masters degree a plus.
    • Seven to ten years of experience in fundraising, direct sales, marketing or business development experience in a service industry or with a non-profit; emphasis on corporate sponsorships or corporate sales is a plus.
    • Five to eight years of proven management and leadership experience, including direct responsibility for driving revenue/contribution results. Experience working with Senior Level executives in a corporate environment (C-level/VP).
    • Self-starter with high energy, positive, “can-do” attitude, flexibility, teamwork, and attention to detail; high degree of self-initiative.
    • Strong verbal communications skills and demonstrated ability to write clearly and persuasively.
    • Demonstrated ability to think strategically and thorough understanding of strategic development in a fundraising/development role.
    • Demonstrated ability to prospect, cultivate, and manage new accounts.
    • Good computer skills and knowledge of data base programs.
    • Demonstrated excellence in organizational, managerial, and communication skills.
    • Experience with a 501(c)(3) professional organization would be an asset to The IIA Research Foundation and its global goals.
    • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.
    • Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
    • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.
    • Multiple language ability is an asset in any role with the IIA.
    • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
    • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
    • Intermediate or higher ability to work in a computerized environment with a working knowledge of most Microsoft Office products.

    Physical Demands

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to sit. The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and color vision.

    Work Environment

    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Minimal travel maybe required.

    The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.

  •   Manager, Quality Services

    The Manager of Quality Services manages all aspects of IIA Quality Services, LLC external assessment services. Provides overall guidance for the business model (leaders and volunteers approach) used to provide Quality and Consultancy services for IIA members and other clients.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Project management of all activities related to product milestone coordination and delivery; includes project documentation, analysis and metrics; relationships with clients and consultants to provide facilitation through on-going communications, and reporting for each project to ensure success.
    • Ensure all proposals and contracts are appropriate for final approval by Quality Director within signing authority.
    • Supervises, monitors, and reviews budgetary and accounting issues related to the Quality group.
    • Provide direction for client and consultant contracts and facilitates Legal review.
    • Provides overall management of the team leader and team resourcing programs.
    • Performs trend analysis on information received during the performance of quality assessments (i.e., emerging issues, best practices, additional guidance needed) and provides feedback to Director and other related departments such as Standards and Guidance.
    • Manage the client’s survey process. Including, initiating the web based survey instructions, answer questions, provide follow up, tracking and conduct analysis. Accumulate and prepare summarized analyses for all Quality client’s surveys and provide to clients and consultants in a timely fashion. Assists in generating business intelligence information from data and analyses.
    • Manage report review process. Review all engagement reports from draft to final for format, grammar, consistency before providing and coordinating review by Director and verification of content for work paper correlation. Template report generation, inclusion of client response, and follow-up. Issue final reports to clients and distribute client evaluations.
    • Manage contract review process. Create and review all engagement letters from draft to final for revision, coordinating review by Director and verification of approval by legal counsel.
    • Manage IIA Quality Fileshare program. Coordinate appropriate links and instructions to clients and quality team assessors for use of work paper a smooth and secure process and all information/data for this process. Specifically, for large amounts of data and required secure processes concerning information needed to share among assessor/team, Quality and clients.
    • Special projects as assigned by the VP of Professional Services or Director of Quality Services.
    • Supervises up to two employees in the Department. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. may include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
    • Other duties may be assigned.

    Qualifications

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting/finance or management; five plus years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Internal audit experience and knowledge of the Standards preferred.
    • Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) designation is a plus.
    • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents.
    • Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community.
    • Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups, and/or boards of directors.
    • Multiple language skill is an asset to any role within The IIA.
    • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
    • Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
    • Intermediate or higher ability to work in a computerized environment with a working knowledge of most Microsoft Office products.

    Physical Demands

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk and sit. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and color vision.

    Work Environment

    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.

  •   Manager, Fundraising & Operations

    The Manager, Fundraising and Operations is responsible for fundraising for the Internal Audit Foundation (Foundation) a 501(c)(3) organization of The IIA. Manages operations, including sales and marketing, logistics, and fundraising campaigns. Develops budgets and fundraising plans. Coordinates sponsorship activities with product development. Interfaces with chapter and institute relation teams for on-going communications. Coordinates activities with Academic Relations in securing sponsorships for annual conference. Ensures appropriate acknowledgments for key donor segments are enforced.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Manages the fundraising process for the Foundation
    • Manages fundraising efforts and marketing campaigns
    • Ensures all donors/sponsors are acknowledged appropriately, and amenities are delivered accurately
    • Vendor management
    • Manages the annual development plan process, donation tracking and report preparation
    • Oversees and implements direct mail/email annual campaigns fundraising campaigns
    • Monitors and expands on-going recurring gift “societies”
    • Interacts, coordinates and manages relationships with Principal Partners and other sponsors, including IIA chapters and institutes.
    • Executes and implements Memorandum of Understanding documents and ensures that sponsors and partners are recognized appropriately and receive appropriate amenities
    • Works closely with the Vice President, and the Director, Membership Engagement and Academic Relations to identify sponsorship opportunities and potential sponsoring organizations
    • Manages logistic execution of campaigns ay IIA conferences
    • Monitor and maintain on-going strategic plan
    • Develops the annual Foundation Fundraising budget. Oversees monthly budget and forecasting activity
    • Works closely with the Marketing Department to create effective fundraising campaigns.
    • Oversees strategic marketing and communications plans to internal and external customers of The Foundation
    • Participates in annual Principal Partner meetings, including tracking ROI of past investments, where possible
    • Updates to the Foundation and Board of Trustees member websites
    • Promotion and coordination of the Esther R. Sawyer, Michael J. Barrett Dissertation and the Lawrence B. Sawyer awards
    • Coordination with IIA chapters and institutes to encourage and support research efforts, including the Chapter Achievement Point (CAP) program
    • Provides QA for on-going acknowledgement processes
    • Directly supervises 2 employees

    Education and/or Experience

    • Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) or equivalent from four-year college or university in marketing, communications, business or a related field
    • Five to eight years of experience in fundraising and marketing, communications, sales; or equivalent combination of education and experience
    • Five to eight years management experience is a must
    • Experience with a 501(c)(3) professional organization would be an asset to Foundation of Internal Auditing and its global goals
    • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations
    • Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals
    • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public
    • Multiple language ability is an asset in any role with the IIA
    • Intermediate or higher ability to work in a computerized environment with a working knowledge of most Microsoft Office products
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