Delaware North is hiring an Internal Auditor to join our team of complex business issue problem solvers. As an Internal Auditor, you will conduct operational, financial, compliance, and process audits at corporate and subsidiary operating locations that include baseball stadiums, hockey arenas, football stadiums, airports, national parks, casinos, fine dining restaurants, and resort locations in the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand, under the direct supervision of the Senior Internal Auditors.
While this role is normally located at our Global Headquarters in Buffalo, NY, we are open to a remote-based candidate that can work Eastern Standard Time. Travel Expectation 25-50%, if remote-based. Regular business travel to conduct audits is required, including international (when it is deemed safe to travel internationally again). Associates who live in Buffalo, NY will be able to work on a flexible/hybrid basis.
Per city, state, or client mandate, all current and new hires at this location are required to have received an authorized COVID 19 vaccination. You will be asked to confirm this prior to receiving a job offer.Responsibilities
At Delaware North, you ll love where you work, who you work with, and how your day unfolds. Whether it s in sporting venues, casinos, airports, national parks, iconic hotels, or premier restaurants, there s no telling where your career can ultimately take you. We empower you to do great work in a company with 100 years of success, stability and growth. If you have drive and enjoy the thrill of making things happen - share our vision and grow with us.
Delaware North Companies, Incorporated and its subsidiaries consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. Delaware North is an equal opportunity employer.
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