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Director of Internal Controls

  • Compensation: $200,000.00 - $250,000.00 Per Year Plus Equity
  • Location: New York, New York
  • Type: Perm
  • Job #20645

Published Job Information:

A well known ticket exchange and resale company is looking for their first Director of Internal Controls. The Director of Internal Controls will play a critical role in the creation of a SOX program, implementation of internal control framework, risk management processes, and compliance with regulatory requirements. Reporting directly to Corporate Controller, this individual will lead the internal control function partnering with leaders cross functionally, presenting to audit committee, and work closely with external auditors.


  • Lead SOX implementation from the ground up
  • Lead annual SOX walkthrough process
  • Oversees/executes ongoing monitoring and testing of internal controls related to processes to ensure the Company’s internal controls are designed and operating effectively
  • Reviews the testing workpapers prepared by ensuring quality of the documentation supporting the effectiveness of the controls tested
  • Leads training programs as it relates to internal controls/SOX compliance
  • Coordinates with process and control owners to design key internal controls and identify changes in existing and/or new activities, which require controls and control process enhancements

  • Professional certification including CPA and/or CIA
  • A minimum of 10+ years of related audit & accounting experience, preferably gained in both public accounting and private industry
  • Previous experience designing and implementing SOX program
  • Strong knowledge of the internal control framework (specifically COSO 2013) and a solid understanding of the concepts of control design and operational efficiency
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