Why work with us?
The North American branch of Generali Global Assistance offers a diverse and inclusive work environment while employees work towards making real difference in the lives of our clients. As an Organization, we pride ourselves with offering white glove service while being mindful of corporate responsibility and our environmental footprint.
Employees enjoy a plethora of benefits to include:
- A diverse, inclusive, professional work environment
- Flexible work schedules
- Company match on 401(k)
- Competitive Paid Time Off policy
- Generous Employer contribution for health, dental and vision insurance
- Company paid short term and long term disability insurance
- Paid Maternity and Paternity Leave
- Tuition reimbursement
- Company paid life insurance
- Employee Assistance program
- Wellness programs
- Fun employee and company events
- Discounts on travel insurance
Who are we?
Generali Global Assistance is proudly part of the Europ Assistance Group brand and our products utilize a number of corporate and product brands. The brands for our North American team include the following:
- CSA: US travel insurance brand for retail and lodging partners. Learn more here.
- Generali Global Assistance (GGA): The primary Corporate brand in the United States for our travel insurance, travel assistance, identity and cyber protection, and beneficiary companion products. Learn more here.
- GMMI: the industry standard for global medical cost containment and medical risk management solutions. Learn more here.
- Iris, Powered by Generali: identity and digital protection solution. Learn more here.
- Trip Mate: US travel insurance brand for tour operator, cruise and airline partners. Learn more here.
What you'll be doing.
Under general supervision, the Auditor I verifies the financial status and operating procedures of the institution through a systematic program of audits. Interacts with administrative and enforcement agencies; monitors systems and solves problems.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
- To perform the audit activities for approved audit plan engagements.
- To participate in the planning phase of the assigned audits, analyzing the key risks, scope, objectives, and tests to be performed, as well as documenting this information in the relevant documents.
- To perform walkthroughs of significant audit areas and the relevant tests to examine and evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of the controls defined during the fieldwork phase. Likewise, to prepare the formalization of these tests in accordance with established standards.
- To utilize data analytics techniques and tools to support tests and conclusions.
- To provide support for an objective and informed opinion of the risk exposure.
- To assist in presenting verbal and written results of audit activities.
- To perform regular follow up of the issues detected in the Audit to ensure their adequate remedial according to the action agreed.
- To assist in the development of the annual internal audit plan using a risk-based approach by participating in annual Risk Assessment.
- To respond to ad hoc requests and participate in spot projects.
- To support in the managerial tasks of the function.
- To contribute to the continuous improvement of the department.
- To stay up to date with evolving industry and regulatory changes impacting the insurance sector.
- Advanced knowledge of audit, accounting, finance principles, insurance regulatory environment.
- Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to promote ideas and work effectively at all levels within the organization.
- Strong oral and written communication skills, with the ability to report key issues, their business impact, and to make recommendations for improvement clearly and succinctly.
- Strong analytical skills with capacity to onboard new topics.
- Ability to organize and analyze information in a timely manner, good project management skills and ability to manage multiple priorities.
- Self-motivated with ability to take ownership of an audit program, work on it autonomously and deliver a high-quality result within the given timeframe.
- Objective and fact-based in the evaluation of the audited area.
- Strong team spirit to contribute to the development of a small department and to interfere with the international Generali Group Audit community.
- Integrity, confidence & accountability, flexibility, and life-long learning.
- Resilience, stress management, time management and problem solving.
- Willingness to travel and spend short periods in different states.
- Prior experience in an international/complex environment.
- Advanced Excel knowledge, data analytics software knowledge (IDEA) is a plus.
- Fluent English both spoken and written.
$80 - 100K
Where you'll be doing it.
This is a hybrid role based out of our San Diego office. As a hybrid role, you will be working onsite 2-3 days a week and working from home 2-3 days a week.
When you'll be doing it.
While there is some flexibility in the hours, this position will be Monday-Friday during regular business hours (approximately 8:00am-5:00pm). Occasional overtime may be required according to business need.
Apply today to begin your next chapter.
Don't meet every single requirement? At Generali Global Assistance, we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and enriching workplace, so if you're excited about this role but your past experience doesn't align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply anyways. You may be just the right candidate for this or other roles.
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