Neenah has built a tradition of innovation, service and growth since its founding in 1873 and we create value by improving the image and performance of everything we touch. Based in Alpharetta, GA and with manufacturing facilities in the United States, United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Germany, Neenah is a publicly traded company and a global leader serving customers across 6 continents in more than 80 countries. We are a leading manufacturer of both specialty, performance-based products that serve a variety of end markets, and premium fine papers and packaging used to convey and enhance image through unique colors, textures, and finishes. Neenah presents true, varied and exciting choices that are both environmentally and aesthetically exceptional through sound environmental practices at our manufacturing facilities.
The Internal Audit Director is responsible for preparing and implementing a comprehensive risk-based audit plan that evaluates the effectiveness of controls to manage significant risk exposures of the global organization. Key activities include oversight and execution of annual Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, understanding changes in SOX (and or related SEC pronouncements) regulatory requirements and assisting in implementing compliance throughout the organization, executing operational audits to identify risks and improve business processes, and report audit findings to the Audit Committee and senior management as needed. This role also is responsible for team leadership and development for the internal audit team and coordinating with external co-sourced partner and independent auditors. Core competencies for this role include strong analytical skills, communication, initiative, team leadership, project management, and financial acumen. This role reports directly to the Audit Committee (functionally) and to the Vice President, Finance (administratively).
Develop and execute comprehensive audit plan that ensures effectiveness of controls for all major risk exposures and ensures compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley requirements
Provide thought leadership and insights that help identify risks, execute operational audits, and develop mitigation activities
Lead and develop the Internal Audit team; collaborate with third party contractors and external advisors