A vice president (VP) of internal audits usually holds a leadership position for a large corporation. They work with managers and auditors to address financial and operational issues and help the managers to overcome these problems. The vice president of internal audit oversees various audit-related processes in the company and provides objective evaluations. Then, they help other departments come up with ideas to improve these processes. The vice president of internal audit usually has a team of auditors to whom they delegate tasks.
Vice President (VP), Internal Audit Tasks
Train and manage the internal auditing staff and conduct evaluations.
Design methods to assess and mitigate business risks.
Conduct internal audits, determine the objectives of audits, and track audit results.
Propose methods to improve processes and problem areas identified by audits.