Holocaust Museum seeks Chief Audit Executive

US Holocaust Memorial Museum  The Internal Auditor is the Chief Audit Executive reporting directly to the Chairman of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Chairman of the Audit Committee, and the Museum Director. The role of the Internal Auditor is to add value and help improve the Museum’s operations through independent assessments of various parts of the institution.  

The Internal Auditor exhibits impeccable judgement in conducting and delivering results of independent and objective audits and investigations of all Museum operations and activities. The incumbent creates and accomplishes risk-based annual internal audit plans aligned with the Museum’s Strategic Plan. The Internal Auditor serves as an informal advisor to senior management strengthening risk management awareness, while ensuring Internal Audit’s independence.  

The Internal Auditor exemplifies and fosters adherence to Museum values and an ethical climate within the Museum that builds upon an environment that sustains trust and values accountability and collegiality, thereby empowering Museum staff to confide concerns to the Internal Auditor.  

This is a full-time non-Federal position. Salary is commensurate with experience.  Minimum 10 yrs internal audit management required.

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The Museum is overseen by a 55 member presidentially-appointed Council serving as a board of trustees. With a staff of approximately 450, the Museum has an operating budget of $110 million and an endowment of approximately $400 million. While federal support (approximately $50 million annually) helps to keep the Museum building open and free to the public, its educational programs and global outreach are made possible by the generosity of donors nationwide through annual, endowment and legacy giving. The Museum has a sizable national donor base.  Holocaust survivors and their families are a vitally important constituency.