The role of the Chief Internal Auditor (CIA) is responsible for managing the internal audit function. The CIA is responsible for establishing an appropriate infrastructure and providing assurance and advisory services in delivering a value-added function. The CIA provides assurance to senior management and the Board of Directors that effective and efficient policies and procedures are in place, well understood and followed by all employees, and that the corporation is complying with all relevant regulatory requirements. The CIA is responsible for informing the Board of Directors and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of sensitive matters within the purview of the CIA role, and any operational or compliance irregularities and violations.
The CIA reports to the Chair of the Audit Committee and administratively to the President & CEO. The incumbent also supports the Mint’s Audit Committee in meeting its obligations with respect to internal audits.
a. financial and operational information is accurate and reliable;
b. risks to the enterprise are identified and appropriately mitigated;
c. external legislation and regulations and internal policies and processes are implemented, followed and monitored by senior management;
d. appropriate operating performance criteria are met;
e. organizational resources are used efficiently and economically;
f. assets are properly safeguarded; and,
g. the organization’s objectives are effectively achieved.
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