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About Cineplex Entertainment: Cineplex Entertainment Limited Partnership has grown tremendously over the past few years to become the #1 theatre exhibition company in Canada, serving more than 70 million guests annually. Proudly Canadian and with a workforce of approximately 10,000 employees, the Cineplex family of theatres includes the following: Cinema City, Cineplex Odeon, Coliseum, Colossus, Famous Players, Galaxy, SilverCity and Scotiabank Theatres. Our company offers competitive compensation and incentive programs coupled with comprehensive benefit programs, which includes health, dental and retirement savings plans. To learn more about Cineplex Entertainment please visit our website at www.cineplex.com.
The Risk Management department is pleased to announce an opening for the position of Internal Auditor. This position will be based out of our Home Office in Toronto and on a rotating basis this position reports to one of the following:
The Internal Auditor’s role is to provide assurance and consulting services to add value and improve operations at Cineplex Entertainment. The Internal Auditor will achieve these objectives by:
Evaluating and improving corporate risks and compliance including Bill 198 compliance,
Evaluating and improving theatre risks and compliance,
Delivering loss prevention programs and conducting investigations.
Providing consultation through onsite visits, consultation, and delivery of training material
Create, deliver, and participate in Risk Management training sessions for theatre management
Conduct analysis and review of data and video prior to the theatre audit,
Conduct audit and analysis and review of documents and data at the theatre onsite,
Conduct analysis and review of theatre documents and data after the theatre site audit,
Identify control issues or fraud indicators and expand testing where warranted,
Prepare theatre audit reports detailing audit results and significant findings.
Conduct analysis and review of data prior to the Risk Onsite Review (ROR)
Prepare detailed reports and summary of observations and recommendations after the ROR
Attend manager meetings and visit locations providing onsite audit training and recommendations
Conduct theatre visits at locations across Canada - expected travel approximately 30 percent,
Analysis and Controls
Using the Executive Information System (EIS) ensure that theatre admissions, concessions transactions, deposits and miscellaneous sales are accurate.
Set-up new admission categories and prices in EIS.
Provide support for promotions and marketing initiatives
Provide monthly reports to theatres on high risk areas
Provide administrative support for the department.
Loss Prevention and Investigations
Conduct basic investigations using transaction analysis tools to identify fraud indicators and Digital Video Recording Systems to investigate.
Prepare evidence files and investigation reports with recommendations and guidance for theatre management and senior management.
Perform criminal investigations, and prepare reports for the police that result from these investigations. Attend court as a witness, if required.
Provide regular updates to the Loss Prevention group on the progress of investigations.
When required, review theatre DVR Systems, report service issues, and train theatre management on the basic use of these systems.
Document corporate financial processes, risks, and key controls.
Analyze risks and controls to identify control gaps.
Test key controls.
Prepare audit reports detailing audit results, significant findings, and recommendations.
Knowledge & skill requirements:
1. Education / Professional Qualifications
Enrolment and pursuit of an accreditation towards an accounting designation is desirable.
Enrollment and pursuit of an accreditation in criminology, law, or programming would be an asset
Desirable experience includes:
Work experience in a theatre / retail / hospitality environment.
Previous audit or loss prevention experience.
Experience in report writing and explaining recommendations to managers.
Must have excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
Fluently bilingual in English and French is desirable.
Must be confident and self-assured. Must be able to act independently and perform duties with minimal supervision.
Must be comfortable working autonomously from remote sites while maintaining close communications with Home Office.
Must be willing to travel, including travel on weekends when required.
Must have good judgment. Should be able to set priorities and allocate time accordingly.
Must have strong interpersonal skills; an ability to maintain composure in potentially adversarial situations.
Must display attention to detail and an ability to screen information with a critical eye for reasonableness and common sense. Must be able to differentiate fact from fiction.
Must have the ability to learn quickly – business systems/procedures, as well as software applications.
Must be able to demonstrate strong computer skills using the software applications listed:
Word processing (Word)
Spread Sheet (Excel)
Interested applicants please apply today.
While we appreciate all interest, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. As part of Cineplex Entertainment’s standard recruitment process, suitable candidate(s) will be required to undergo pre-employment screening as a condition of employment or promotion.
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