Assist the Internal Audit team in conducting financial, operational, compliance and technology audits in all areas of TTX. The Internal Auditor will assist the department in providing management with an independent assessment of the company’s operations and the effectiveness of internal controls. This position will plan and execute audit assignments, in accordance with the annual audit plan and professional auditing standards, and summarize fact-based audit findings in reports to management along with practical business recommendations to address identified issues.
CPA or CIA preferred, additional certifications a plus.
Railroad experience preferred
Working knowledge of accounting principles and auditing standards as well as internal control principles, including general IT controls.
Superior writing abilities, including the ability to communicate audit results in an effective and understandable manner.
Understanding of open systems environments and knowledge of various technologies, applications, operating systems, and databases. Familiarity with ERP systems such as SAP, a plus.
Proficiency in various Microsoft Office tools such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Visio as well as various computer assisted audit tools and data mining/analytic tools.
Ability to work independently and prioritize responsibilities with minimal supervision.
Ability to work on multiple assignments and projects with varying deadlines.
Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate effectively with people at all levels of the organization.
Ability to travel (up to 25%) as needed.
Internal Number: Req ID 8200
About TTX Company
Since 1955, TTX has been a unique and creative provider to the rail industry. Throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico, the signature yellow cars of TTX Company move along North America’s railroads carrying containers, trailers, automobiles, lumber, steel, paper and a long list of other goods and raw materials that consumers and companies rely on every day. TTX is a railcar pooling company founded as Trailer Train in 1955 by the Pennsylvania Railroad. Pooling means that railroads share the railcars, which allows them to have the flexibility to respond to changing market conditions, eliminates supply chain inefficiencies, and reduces the capital burden on railroads thereby reducing the industry’s risk. All of these help keep the railroads competitive to the benefit of the shipping public.
Our right-sized, low cost, reliable fleet of over 160,000 railcars serves North America’s railroads and the world’s freight needs, from the largest Class I railroads to the smaller regional and short-line railroads alike. The TTX tagline “Next Load, Any Road” is a written reminder of TTX’s core mission; providing railcars that can be reloaded at destination reducing empty miles and saving... the industry millions in operational costs each year. While TTX ownership is shared by the railroads, our railcars move freely amongst Class I railroads and hundreds of short-line and regional railroads to deliver freight to a wide variety of industries serving all of North America.