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Director of Internal Audit

Remote (United States)

Reporting to the Chair of the Audit Committee and the CFO, the Director, Internal Audit will be responsible for developing and supporting Tilray’s financial reporting control compliance framework to assure an effective overall internal control environment, while maintaining its track record of no material weaknesses for SOX reporting purposes.

They will oversee independent and objective assessments of business activities and related controls and provide best practice recommendations to improve the control environment.

The Director, Internal Audit will be instrumental in the planning, scoping, executing, and reporting of SOX and conduct compliance and operational audits.

This position will gain global business knowledge and understanding of the Company’s processes across all locations and divisions. Travel will be required.

Role and Responsibilities:

  • Lead the development, execution and evolution of the SOX program strategy in conjunction with
  • their internal team and to the extent internal team is not fully staffed, external service providers.
  • Provide oversight and manage the development and updating of the annual top-down risk
  • assessment process in consultation with and support of control owners
  • Support quarterly and annual SOX reporting requirements through documentation of material
  • financial statement risks, entity and transaction level controls, and the underlying processes
  • Manage and perform process reviews to evaluate current business practices, internal control
  • structure, and existing documentation, and implement necessary changes
  • Oversee the development of remediation plans, timelines for remediation and remediation testing, and ensure documentation requirements are met
  • Manage relationships with external service providers to ensure all SOX work is completed on a timely basis
  • Report progress on annual internal audit plans to the Audit Committee at each of their meetings
  • Manage in the internal audit department’s budget to ensure no cost overruns
  • Work closely with the IT team on ensuring SOX compliance
  • Oversee implementation and reporting on Enterprise Risk Management
  • Lead implementation of SOX controls and financial accounting responsibilities for transition of new legal entities into corporation
  • Manage cross functional teams who are responsible for conducting training sessions on topics such as compliance areas, segregation of duties, and sensitivity to systems changes on the control environment.
  • Build strong working relationships with key internal control and external stakeholders

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • Minimum of 8 years of internal controls experience derived from a combination of internal or
  • external audit and corporate finance (preferred).
  • Certification as CPA, CIA, CISA and/or PMP
  • Experience in a Big 4 with an internal audit/risk management role and/or corporate experience in an international group would be a plus!
  • Self-management and strong U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) experience
  • Ability to document and verbally communicate financial reporting processes in a clear and concise manner, including assessment of design and operating effectiveness of controls
  • Hands-on, energetic, organized, team player with proven ability to facilitate change and adapt quickly in a changing environment
  • Proven knowledge of auditing standards and procedures, laws, rules and regulation
  • Ability to travel up to 25% of the time

Tilray Brands welcomes applications from all qualified individuals and is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace.

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