Director Global Process Owner, Audit & Recoveries (Post Payment Audit)

Position Description
The transactional audit and recoveries team (Post Payment Audit) is responsible for analyzing all vendor financial transactions (Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable) to ensure completeness and correctness according to contractual terms. This key role is responsible for developing the global strategy and execution roadmap for the financial transaction audit function within Global Shared Services. Specific responsibilities include:
Defining global process standards by which Walmart's Shared Service Centers (SSCs) and contracted third-parties will operate the function
Using analytics and business acumen to identify and prioritize comprehensive process and system solutions
Driving key initiatives including process re-engineering and systems projects to optimize the function
Supporting SSCs in root cause analysis and issue resolution
Managing third-party vendor relationships including selection, contract negotiation, performance management and escalations
Position directly manages a small team of professionals (currently 3)Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor s degree in Business, or related field and 3 years experience in project management, or related field OR 6 years experience in project management, or related field.
Additional Preferred Qualifications
2 years of supervisory experience.
3 years experience with finance, human resources, or procurement.
Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.
Six Sigma certification.
Employment Type:
Full Time
Position Type:
Salary
Shift:
Company Summary
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE: WMT) helps people around the world save money and live better ? anytime and anywhere ? in retail stores, online, and through their mobile devices. Each week, more than 245 million customers and members visit our more than 10,800 stores under 69 banners in 27 countries and e-commerce websites in 10 countries. With fiscal year 2013 sales of approximately $466 billion, Walmart employs more than 2.2 million associates worldwide.
Req ID:
671031BR

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