Senior Auditor - Houston, Texas-Hybrid/Flex/Remote

If you are an experienced Auditor looking to enjoy work-life balance, then please read on…


Precision Drilling has a hybrid/remote opening for a Senior Auditor, eager for fresh challenges and development toward potential future career growth as our business continues to innovate and grow.


Working for Precision Drilling means being immersed in a supportive culture that recognizes you as a strategic player in Precision Drilling’s future. We are a large company with a family feel, where you will collaborate with leadership and your colleagues across the organization.


Combined with a competitive remuneration package, you will enjoy the advantages of:

  • A benefits package including: medical, dental, prescription drug, life insurance, 401k matching, long-term disability coverage, a free fitness membership steps away from our offices and product discount programs.
  • A casual work environment where you can expect to enjoy a work-life balance that promotes personal health, well-being, and family life!
  • Personal development to grow your career with us based on your strengths and interests.
  • Precision has a competitive vacation, holidays and PTO offering including afternoons off before a long weekend.




The position of Senior Auditor is primarily responsible for planning and executing all components of internal audit work including identifying and defining issues, assessing risk, planning projects, developing audit programs and performance criteria, reviewing and analyzing evidence, and documenting client processes and procedures with limited supervision.



  • Conducting interviews, reviewing documents, developing and administering surveys, composing summary memos, and preparing working papers;
  • Identifying, developing, and documenting audit observations and recommendations using independent judgment and analysis;
  • Communicating or assisting in communicating the results of audit and advisory engagements via written reports and oral presentations;
  • Reviewing and reporting on the status of management action plans in response to audit recommendations;
  • Planning and executing various activities to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements (i.e. SOX testing);
  • Mentoring staff auditors and providing coaching and guidance;
  • Developing and maintaining productive client and staff relationships through individual contacts and group meetings;
  • Representing internal audit on organizational project teams and at management meetings;
  • Conducting special reviews and investigations;
  • Providing input into the development of the annual audit plan;
  • Provide SOX training to company personnel;
  • Working with and liaising with consultants or other auditors including the external auditors;
  • Pursuing professional development opportunities, including external and internal training and membership with professional organizations;
  • Promoting and disseminating best practices for business processes, risk management, internal controls and governance.
  • Travel may be 20% or less and includes domestic and international locations.  Locations include but are not limited to North America (Canada, USA, and Mexico) and the Middle East (Saudi Arabia, Kurdistan, Kuwait, and UAE).


Knowledge & Skills

Applied knowledge and competence in the practice of internal auditing;
Basic or advanced knowledge of management information systems and/or ERP terminology, concepts, and practices (ex. SAP);
Knowledge of industry policies, procedures, regulations, and laws;
Skills in collecting and analyzing complex data, evaluating information and systems, and drawing logical conclusions;
Considerable skill in planning and project management, and in maintaining composure and flexibility under pressure while meeting multiple deadlines;
Skill in negotiating issues and resolving problems;
Advanced computer skills in word processing, spreadsheet, and other business software (MS 365 apps);
Excellent verbal and written communications skills; and,
Ability to establish and maintain productive working relationships with colleagues, other staff and external representatives.

May be responsible for the performance of Staff Auditors and leadership of a small group as well as special project groups.

Flexible and self-directed individual with the ability to stay focused and meet multiple goals, while working independently.

Must be able to handle as well as guide others regarding confidential and highly sensitive information.



Bachelor-level degree from an accredited college or university; Masters-level degree would be an asset

CIA, CPA, or CISA designations is required; CFE designation would be an asset



5+ years of full-time experience in auditing (Public Accounting experience is a plus); and

Experience in the oil and gas industry is not required but would be an asset


Location: Houston or Calgary

This position is eligible for Flexible Work Arrangements based on Manager's discretion.


To apply for this position, please notify the Talent Acquisition team and submit an application through our internal job posting. Employees are not obligated to inform their managers about their job application at this stage. Employees are responsible for notifying their current manager if they are invited for an interview.

If an employee is presented and accepts a transfer offer, they should meet with their managers to discuss their transfer. An employee’s transfer may be delayed until their current position is filled.

HR is responsible for keeping accurate records of applications and interviews.

Nearest Major Market: Houston