Internal Auditing Manager
Lannett Company, Inc. (NYSE Alternext: LCI), founded in 1942, with operations in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania develops, manufactures, and distributes generic prescription pharmaceutical products in tablet, capsule and oral liquid dosage forms to customers throughout the United States. Lannett markets its products primarily through drug wholesalers, retail drug chains, distributors, and government agencies. Lannett has three facilities located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and a wholly owned subsidiary in Cody, Wyoming.
We offer a competitive base salary plus bonus eligibility along with a comprehensive benefits package which includes medical, vision, dental, prescription, immediate eligibility in the 401(k) plan with company match, PTO, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, and tuition reimbursement.
We are proud of our long history and even more excited about our future. Learn more at the company s website, www.lannett.com
The Career Opportunity
The Internal Auditing Manager position reports to the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors through its Committee Chairman, and will work at the general direction of the Audit Committee on a functional basis and on a dotted line relationship to the company CEO on an operational basis. The person in the position will work in association with retained auditing consultants, the public auditing firm, the Audit Committee and in consultation with the Company CFO on planning the scope, content and timing and execution of the annual internal audit plan including compliance audits for SOX regulations.
The position requires experience and an in-depth working knowledge of operational audits and cost structures in manufacturing organizations.
Specific job responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
Coordinate planning and audit testing with external auditors and consultants. Develop and implement an annual internal audit plan.
Oversee operational, compliance and risk based internal audits
Assist the Audit Committee in identifying and conducting company risk assessments.
In association with retained outside auditing consultants, test and review the implementation of the SOX 404 compliance program.
Communicate and advise the Audit Committee and the company s senior executive management relative to operational and regulatory efficiencies, controls and compliance policies, procedures and directed regulations.
Assist the Audit Committee and its Chairman in the development of a corporate consciousness relative to the importance of internal controls and risk avoidance procedures.
Review and report audit findings, recommend improvement opportunities and compliance routines to the Audit Committee and senior operational management.
Supervise, train and work with the internal auditing staff in support of the Companies mission and audit initiatives and responsibilities. Serve as the senior people manager and professional coach relative to internal training and individual professional development.
Assist external auditors and audit consultants as appropriate. Assist in the coordination of the Company s response to external audit findings and recommendations.
Obtain and maintain an understanding of the company s business, regulatory environment and regulatory control and reporting requirements.
To Be Considered
A candidate must be a self-motivated financial professional with .
A minimum of five years of experience and a proven track record gained in combination of internal audit, SOX, finance, IT investigations and professional services.
Demonstrated ability to work with and report to executive management, Board members, and Board Committees.
A bachelor s degree in accounting, finance, or business administration.
Designation as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and/or Certified Internal Auditor.
Experience in manufacturing organizations and a strong working knowledge of operational auditing and cost accounting.
Excellent interpersonal skills, including leadership, project management and team building skills.
Good and reliable professional references.
Please include your salary requirements in order to be considered. Candidates must possess authorization to work permanently in the United States. We are seeking candidates from the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Candidates must be able to pass a company paid background check.
Lannett Company, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.