senior auditor resume example with 17+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Professional Summary

Multilingual Senior Auditor with 10+ years of experience in the public sector. Clear understanding of contract auditing, group or individual training, fraud detection and examination. Motivated to learn, grow and excel in the Intelligence community.



Budget Analysis
Contract Negotiations
Cost/Price Analysis
Customer Service
Data Analysis
Federal Government Contract Auditing

Fraud Prevention, Detection & Examination
Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS)
Inventory Control & Distribution
MS Office
Training & Development

Work History
Senior Auditor, 07/2009 to Current
Crowe HorwathSan Francisco, CA,
  • Overseeing, planning, leading and reporting on a variety of contract audit assignments like: Incurred Costs, Provisional Billing Rates, Labor Floor Checks, Materials, Paid Voucher Reviews, Pre-Award Survey of Prospective Contractor Accounting System, and Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) compliance.
  • Assist supervisory auditor in connection with contract activity, procurement in accordance to Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation (DFARS), Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) and Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS).
  • Participate and support Contracting Officers (CO) in negotiations.
  • Establishes annual goals in coordination with team members in the identification of contractor(s) for which the FAO will serve as the primary auditor.
  • Actively participates with other team members, providing updates on the status of audit assignments, sharing information and identifying requisite revisions to the program and/or annual goals.
  • Meet with contracting officials, financial executives, and other personnel to explain purposes of audit, gain understanding of internal controls/accounting systems, resolve technical accounting matters.
  • Obtain access to books and records, or any other information necessary to review the subject matter. Use data analytics to efficiently reach to conclusions.
  • Review for progress payment the vouchers submitted by Defense Contractors through the Wide Area Workflow (iRapt) and recommend final payment to DFAS.
Fraud Prevention Analyst, 07/2006 to 06/2009
Synnex CorporationRichardson, TX,
  • Appointed from Centralized Operations Analyst to Fraud Prevention Analyst in less than two years.
  • Strong investigative skills identifying potential fraud. Researched, analyzed, and reviewed schemes, in particular money laundering, cyber threat, check and debit card fraud, and other suspicious activities all in compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), USA Patriot Act of 2001, and Anti Money Laundering (AML) Federal Regulations.
  • Analyzed large amounts of data to find patterns of fraud, forgery, and anomalies. Performed detection and prevention procedures for diverse transactions like debit cards, checking and saving accounts, large deposits, non-sufficient funds (NSF), funds transfer and other suspicious activities. Tracked and analyzed negotiable instruments returned by the Federal Reserve to determine and document potential fraudulent activity.
  • Provided training on fraud prevention, examination, and emerging trends to management and staff located in Puerto Rico, British and US Virgin Islands.
  • Created written Policies and Procedures for the Fraud Prevention Unit. Provided continuous monitoring and updated to the policies.
  • Collected evidence and escalated to Legal Compliance and Security Departments the supporting documentation in relation to incidents referred to local or federal jurisdictions, including Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs).
  • Provided real-time alerts of robbery and suspicious activity for bank tellers and general personnel.
  • Contacted customers directly to validate account activity, confirm transactions, and minimize loss.
  • Collaborated with team members to discuss fraud trends and brainstorm methods to combat banking crimes.
  • Provided exemplary level of customer service to all individuals, including clients and company personnel.
Inventory & Sales Supervisor, Visual Merchandiser, 10/2003 to 07/2006
Borders Books Music & CaféCity, STATE,
  • Supervised inventory management procedures for one of the top 5 Borders Group, Inc. stores worldwide with $22M yearly sales. Maintained all aspects of the store inventory process, including strategic planning, receiving merchandise, special orders, periodicals, report analysis, and profit margin analysis.
  • Lead and trained a group of more than 60 employees to ensure that the staff was knowledgeable to all policies, programs, standards, and corporate goals.
  • Supervised annual inventory activities finding errors or misstatements in reported inventory balances, and monitoring the 30+ hours process from beginning to end. This included year long collaboration with the Loss Prevention team preventing internal/external theft and inventory loss.
  • Developed team communications and sales information for the opening and closing crew meetings. Maximized sales and the customer experience by providing continuous guidance and boosting morale during peak hours.
  • Used batch tracking technique, in combination of merchandising strategies, to reduce the inventory cycle from receiving to the sales floor in less than 24 hours. This was the first time the corporate standard was achieved in this store.
  • Inspected merchandise for quality and arranged proper display location on floor.
  • Supervised and trained a group of 12 employees during the third shift (Night Crew). This team was recognized by achieving the 24 hours truck-to- floor process never accomplished before.
  • Supported daily operations including opening and closing the store, and assisting with cash handling throughout the day.
  • Implemented marketing strategies by researching bestselling lists, current events and visiting nearby stores with similar products. Kept close communication with procurement and their needs in order to establish our weekly in-store promotions and potential best sellers and ease overstock.
  • Implemented floor planograms for a 28,750 square foot facility to more effectively present products to patrons. Accomplished merchandising efforts such as category management, and sign maintenance throughout the store, resulting in consistent store visual appearance and increased sales. Enhanced overall store appearance by applying careful consideration to products and display locations. Updated pricing, signage, and adapted some of these efforts to the Puerto Rican market.
MBA: Accounting, Expected in XXX2 to Ana G. Mendez University (f. Universidad Del Este) - Carolina, PR,

In progress, 33 credits approved | GPA: 3.60 out of 4.00 | Coursework in Auditing, Forensic Accounting, and Fraud Examination

BBA: Management, Expected in 2008 to Inter American University Of Puerto Rico Metropolitan Campus - San Juan, PR

Magna Cum Laude | Dean's List 2008 | Contributing writer for the Dean of Students Affairs Bulletin | Coursework in Management, Managerial Operations, Accounting

  • DAWIA Certified Acquisition Professional Level II
  • DoD Financial Management Certification Level II

Member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)

Member of the Association of Government Accountants (AGA)

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School Attended

  • Ana G. Mendez University (f. Universidad Del Este)
  • Inter American University Of Puerto Rico Metropolitan Campus

Job Titles Held:

  • Senior Auditor
  • Fraud Prevention Analyst
  • Inventory & Sales Supervisor, Visual Merchandiser


  • MBA
  • BBA

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