Bank of America Audit Supervisor - CCAR in Charlotte, North Carolina

Job Description:

Audit Supervisor - CCAR

Job Description: Testing of financial, operational and other processes of the Company’s capital adequacy process including the annual Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) process.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Ability to perform high quality, risk-focused fieldwork, in accordance with Corporate Audit, methodologies and standards in order to identify meaningful issues, risks and other exposures in the area of the Company being audited.

  • Creates and maintains accurate and clear work documents.

  • Completes tasks efficiently (on time and accurately). Learns new businesses, processes and regulations effectively and quickly.

  • Communicates well with clients and Audit team members.

  • Engages in relevant training regarding audit, businesses, financial controls, regulations or a particular specialty.

Typically works on projects of moderate complexity that would involve significant learning (regulatory regime, business model, processes) on each new assignment. Must be able to quickly assimilate new information in order to analyze the risks and controls effectively. Need to display flexible and adaptive problem solving skills due to the variety of operational and technological infrastructures within the Company.

Staff at this level will be expected to own some sections of the audit program and bring them to completion. Specialists may have different roles depending on their skills but all will need to be able to use their skills to find effective solutions to problems as part of the day-to-day business. Learns business strategies, processes and regulations effectively and quickly and is alert to the changing nature of risk. Appropriately analyze control environment and develop effective audit steps to test controls where necessary in line with the audit methodology.


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred accounting or finance; other subjects may be applicable for specialties preferred.

  • Must have a minimum of 3 + years of either audit, regulatory, or compliance experiences.

  • Strong understanding of audit methodologies and standards.

  • Must be able to assist in leading audits and be able to mentor other staff auditors.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, candidate will be required to interact with key stakeholders and other audit personnel.

  • Ability to work in team environment.

  • High quality execution.

  • Critical thinker, high energy, intellectually curious.

Desired Experiences:

  • CCAR and Model Risk Management knowledge is a plus.

  • Preferred Audit experiences from Big 4/Large Regional Accounting firms or other large Fortune 500 companies.

Posting Date : 06/21/2018

Location :



  • United States

Travel : Yes, 25% of the time

Full / Part-time : Full time

Hours Per Week : 40

Shift : 1st shift

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