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Internal Audit Manager

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Irvine, CA, United States
Job ID: 58994



Ingram Micro is the business behind the world’s brands reaching nearly 90 percent of the world’s population. Our market reach, diverse solutions portfolio, and digital platform Ingram Micro Xvantage™ set us apart. We have approximately 27,000 associates committed to serving our more than 161,000 customers and 1,500 vendor partners worldwide. Learn more at


Ingram Micro has earned Great Place to Work Certification™ for 2022-2023 in the United States! This prestigious recognition reflects our commitment to our people and our culture.


Come join our team where you’ll make technology happen in surprising ways. Let’s shape tomorrow - it’ll be a fun journey!


The position is a hybrid role based in our Irvine, California Corporate Headquarters with the opportunity to work up to 2 days remote per week.


Your Role:


Our managers are leaders, with effective business acumen, to deliver high quality audits covering operational, financial, regulatory, and compliance-related audits/reviews.  As an Internal Audit Manager, you will be responsible for working within the framework of a team and performing the following activities:

  • Obtain an understanding of and document key business processes and internal controls and assess the design of these processes and controls.
  • Review internal policies and procedures and existing laws, rules, and regulations to determine applicable compliance and the adequacy of underlying internal controls.
  • Design and execute tests of internal controls.
  • Evaluate and develop value-added recommendations.
  • Develop effective reports and presentations.
  • Coordinate and perform internal audits/SOX business cycle related activities such as objective/risk mapping, walkthroughs, key control identification, developing test plans and segregation of duty analysis.
  • Conduct data extraction, analysis, and security reviews utilizing software tools.
  • Perform other duties and/or special projects as assigned in response to changing business conditions and/or requirements.
  • Ensure all audit project timelines are met and provide oversight to accomplish audit work in accordance with acceptable audit standards.
  • Effectively communicate with external auditors including coordination, if required.
  • Understand complex subjects when required to support audits (e.g., continuous monitoring techniques, cloud computing, market risk, financial standards, and US GAAP).


Key Skills/Abilities:


  • Must possess strong managerial, organizational, and verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrate initiative and ability to perform effectively with limited supervision.
  • Developed decision making and problem-solving skills especially in situations where there is ambiguity or uncertainty.
  • Supervise less experienced auditors to follow acceptable auditing practices, to assess business risks appropriately and to execute effectively in a complex business environment.
  • Collaborate and support colleagues and peers across the organization while maintaining independence.
  • Meet deadlines and budgets, multi-task, and deliver quality results.
  • Ability to identify and assess financial and operational risks resulting in the development of an effective audit program.
  • Strong presentation and negotiation communication skills.
  • Developed report writing skills.
  • Ability to use data analytic tools or manage large data levels and develop analytical approach to assess results.


What you bring to the role:


  • Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, or related field required.
  • At least 6 to 8 years of full-time experience performing risk-based integrated audits/SOX projects, internal audit, SEC reporting and risk/fraud assessment experience including four years in a lead role.
  • Detailed knowledge of internal accounting and management controls, audit processes and professional standards and regulations (i.e., US GAAP, Sarbanes-Oxley, COSO, etc.).
  • Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and/or Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or international equivalent is highly preferred.
  • Position may require occasional travel, including international travel.
  • High proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) is required.
  • Bilingual Spanish would be a plus, since this role will also support LATAM, but NOT required.
  • Working knowledge of Workiva (audit tool), SAP, other data analytics tools a plus.
  • Effective communicator, knowing when and what to communicate with relevant stakeholders to ensure no missed opportunities and/or no surprises. 
  • This is not a complete listing of the job duties.  It’s a representation of the things you will be doing, and you may not perform all these duties. 


The typical base pay range for this role in Irvine, CA is USD $98,000 - $132,300 - $166,600 per year. The applicable base pay range will depend on the candidate’s primary work location, pay grade, and variable compensation plan. Individual base pay within each range depends on various factors, in addition to primary work location, such as complexity and responsibility of role, job duties/requirements, and relevant experience and skills. Base pay ranges are reviewed and typically updated each year. Offers are made within the base pay range applicable at the time of hire. New hires starting base pay generally falls in the bottom half (between the minimum and midpoint) of a pay range.


At Ingram Micro certain roles are eligible for additional rewards, including merit increases, annual bonus or sales incentives and long-term incentives. These awards are allocated based on position level and individual performance. U.S.-based employees have access to healthcare benefits, paid time off, parental leave, a 401(k) plan and company match, short-term and long-term disability coverage, basic life insurance, and wellbeing benefits, among others.


Please be prepared to pass a drug test and successfully pass a pre-employment (post offer) background check.

Ingram Micro believes there is no place in our society for social injustice, discrimination, or racism. As a company we do not – and will not – tolerate these actions.

Ingram Micro Inc. is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.  







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