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Reporting to the Director of Governance, Risk & Controls, the successful candidate will be responsible for managing and performing the requirements of the SNC-Lavalin O&M Annual Audit Program.

This includes:

The year end financial audits;

CEO/CFO Certification (Bill 198) testing; CICA section 5970 Audit; Periodic (monthly/quarterly) audits (e.g. Continuous Monitoring and Management Monitoring Controls); Other Adhoc or client-driven financial & operational audits which can vary from audit to audit; and Assist in any special internal audits/investigations as required.


Responsible for the coordination, review and testing of all audit samples, the documentation and reporting of audit findings;

Providing clear and concise audit reports and adequately organizing and presenting the audit findings, related risks, and feasible recommendations to improve the processes and address the risks.

Responsible for assisting other business units to proactively identify any control design/effectiveness issues and addresses them before they significantly impact business operations and corporate control environment.

Liaising with the Finance Manager’s of each unit (who is responsible for ensuring that proper internal controls are maintained within their operational unit) and ensure that they provide sufficient, appropriate audit evidence to support their activities.


A professional designation (e.g. CA, CMA, CGA, CIA, CISA, etc.) with 2-4 years experience with financial and operational audits; preferably some experience with SOX and Bill 198 audits/requirements.

Excellent technical knowledge of applications including the MS Office suite (including Excel, Access), PeopleSoft (JDE).

Excellent analytical skills; including analyzing processes, risk identification and controls.

Excellent communication skills (both written and oral), ability to deal with employees at variously levels of experience with control and audit requirements, and also ability to present clear and concise presentations and recommendations to Senior Management as required.

Ability to effectively co-ordinate, manage and complete audit programs with minimum supervision, and to provide motivation and direction to business unit operational/finance staff as required.

Strong team player who can work independently and has a keen attention to detail and commitment to meet tight deadlines.

Committed to continuous process improvement and best governance practices/controls,

Demonstrates positive attitude and takes responsibility/accountability in his/her work

Bilingual in French and English is preferred

Some experience in property management & procurement process/controls is preferred

As Senior Analyst Goverance some travel may be required.

Building Administration Support

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