Working Each Day to Make a Difference
At Community Health Plan of Washington, we’re driven by our belief that everyone deserves access to quality health care.
More than 25 years ago, we made a commitment to improve the health of our communities by making quality health care accessible to all Washington state residents.
We continue that pledge today by providing affordable comprehensive coverage to more than 315,000 individuals and families throughout the state.
- We are a local not-for-profit health plan in Washington State.
- We are committed to keeping Washington families healthy.
- We connect our communities to the health resources they need.
- We provide access to high-quality care for our members.
- We connect and empower our members through technology.
- The Community Health Centers we partner with strive to support members with a comprehensive mix of medical resources in one convenient location.
- Our partnerships with Community Health Centers and our extended provider network help us improve the health care delivery system.
To learn more about how you can make a difference working at Community Health Plan of Washington, visit www.chpw.org.
Senior Internal Auditor
The Senior Internal Auditor leads and conducts independent and objective assessments of business activities and related controls with the objective of improving operations; compliance with laws, regulations and company policies; and risk management and the overall system of internal controls. This job includes applying risk and control concepts to financial, operational, and compliance audits and special projects.
· Work independently or with the audit team to understand business processes and dig into the details of audits. Must have good analytical skills, solid business judgment, and an ability to identify the full range of risks related to processes, regulatory compliance, company policy, and technology.
· Participate in all phases of audit and consulting engagements, including planning, audit program development, control testing, preparation of work papers, and presentation of audit results to management. This includes audit report writing and working directly with business management while conducting audits.
· Provide audit process and business knowledge leadership to entry level auditors.
· Supervises any auditors assigned to engagements while providing guidance and review of deliverables.
· Work collaboratively with management to address identified risk and develop actionable plans to resolve audit findings.
· Perform testing, as required, to assess internal controls for Model Audit Rule compliance.
· Utilize risk and control knowledge to support the enterprise risk management program.
· Perform special assignments, consulting services, and other duties as requested by the Audit Committee.
· Other duties as assigned.
· Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, or Business Administration or an equivalent combination of education and highly relevant experience required.
· CIA, CISA and/or CPA designation preferred.
Prior Related Experience:
· Minimum of four (4) years of accounting or internal audit experience required.
· Healthcare insurance experience preferred.
· Model Audit Rule or Sarbanes-Oxley experience preferred.
· IT audit experience desired.
· Candidate has not been sanctioned or excluded from participation in federal or state healthcare programs by a federal or state law enforcement, regulatory, or licensing agency.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
· Knowledge about business processes, audit principles, internal controls and system controls in a healthcare insurance environment.
· Knowledge of Model Audit Rule, Sarbanes-Oxley, PCAOB, COSO, and/or FASB pronouncements.
· Familiarity with Enterprise Risk Management concepts
· Ability to create process flowcharts
· Strong accounting and auditing skills
· Information technology skills
· An understanding of industry issues and related business risks
· Strong interpersonal skills
· Excellent oral and written communication skills.
· Ability to identify sensitive issues and facilitate communications in a proactive manner to avoid surprises.
· Proficiency in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Visio (or similar).
· Ability to coordinate projects and meet scheduled deadlines.
· Ability to work independently under general supervision with considerable latitude for initiative and independent judgment.
To apply, please visit: http://www.chpw.org/careers/
We're committed to our employees and their family, which is why we offer benefits that, makes a difference in their lives. Paid time off, tuition reimbursement, community service hours, and transportation perks are just a few of the offerings of our comprehensive and competitive benefits program.
Community Health Plan of Washington is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to any actual or perceived protected characteristic or other unlawful consideration.
Headquarters: 1111 3rd Avenue, Suite 400 Seattle, WA 98101