The New York Racing Association, Inc.

  • Staff Auditor (Part-Time)

    Job Locations US-NY-Ozone Park
    Aqueduct Racetrack (only)
    Position Type
    Part-Time Regular
  • Job Overview

    The Internal Audit Staff is actively involved in activities such as the preparation of detailed programs for audits, the review of financial, operational, compliance and risk systems, processes and procedures to determine efficiency, effectiveness and alignment with internal policies, procedures, regulations and industry standards. the Part-time Auditor will assist the Audit Seniors in defining the scope of audits, identifying key risk areas, and identifying relevant controls across the organization in support of the annual risk-based audit plan. 


    The duties of the part-time Auditor include but are not limited to the following:



    • Performs operational, compliance, financial, and investigative audits for NYRA under the supervision of the Audit Senior, which involves:
      • Preparing for an audit by researching and organizing all pertinent information, e.g. prior audits, procedure manuals, etc., to plan and prepare for the audit;
      • Developing an audit plan and preparing an audit planning memo that outlines the current situation, identifies areas of potential risk, and describes the steps to complete the audit;
      • Writing and updating narratives of areas being audited.
      • Coordinating and interacting with management, administrators, faculty, and staff, and with external audit agencies, as needed.
      • Completing the audit by examining, testing, verifying and evaluating operational areas as required;
      • Engaging in preliminary discussions of apparent deficiencies with operating personnel to verify and obtain explanations of and reasons for each apparent deficiency and documenting the responses;
      • Compiling and evaluating audit findings; preparing and presenting the results of audit work and making recommendations to implement audit findings.
    • Monitors and tracks the implementation of audit findings and recommendations to ensure compliance. Report findings to the Audit Senior.

    • Plans and manages special projects as directed by the Audit Senior and Internal Audit Manager.
    • Stays abreast of NYRA policies and procedures, current developments in racing industry, accounting and auditing professions, and changes in local, state, and federal laws, as applicable.
    • Maintain personal and professional competency through appropriate participation in professional organizations and attendance at relevant internal and external training opportunities.
    • Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
    • Progressively works towards leading more complex audits and managing several tasks simultaneously.



    • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Accounting or Finance. 
    • Ability to consider a part-time role, two to four days per week.



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