Colonial Parking – Director of Revenue Integrity and Maximization (Washington, D.C. 20007)


Do you enjoy leading a fine-tuned auditing team and its risk assessment process?  Or relish the challenge of improving upon existing policies and procedures to take an auditing department to the next level?  Colonial Parking in Washington, DC is looking for the ideal Director of Revenue Integrity and Maximization (RIM) who has that perfect combination of expertise in auditing, leadership and administration to achieve these goals!

No day is ever the same as you manage the activities of the auditing team while keeping the big picture of the department’s goals in mind.  One day you may be presenting incisive audit reports to Senior and Executive Management.  The next day you may be helping your team to uncover complex audit issues so they complete all of their auditing tasks according to the schedule you laid out.

With overall responsibility for auditing revenue collection, deposit and reporting, you will be the face of the company’s integrity controls.  If this sounds exciting to you, read on!

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities

Things You Love To Do

  • You want to put your stamp of personal leadership on the Audit Department to ensure all audit responsibilities are performed in a timely and efficient manner with complete accuracy.
  • Prepare and implement a risk-based audit plan to assess, report on, and make suggestions for improving the company's key operational internal controls.
  • You are expert at analyzing data to investigate audit issues when assisting team members with managing their areas of responsibility, helping them to identify trends, patterns and outliers in the data to uncover clues behind all issues.
  • You enjoy the intricacies of the audit life cycle, from planning of audits through completion of audit assessment documents. This includes managing on-site audit work like staff work-paper reviews, conducting regular staff meetings, and communicating audit issues to Senior and Executive Management.
  • Working as a master planner, you oversee and assign audit schedules to Audit Department team members. This includes overseeing the planning and execution of field, site, and other operational audits as needed.
  • Keep good lines of communication open with your team to ensure adherence to all timelines so all audit assessment documents are completed on time, and all other on-site audit duties are executed according to departmental policies and processes.
  • You regularly provide Senior and Executive Management with incisive reports that highlight the results of your leadership with regards to all Audit Department activities.
  • Close the loop on audits by providing a remediation plan with written audit reports, and work with audit and operations team members regarding the implementation of these plans.  You are also responsible for compiling audit results and presenting them in a written report format.
  • Through collaboration with Ownership, Senior Management and other department colleagues, you will help apply new policies, training methods and technologies to improve auditing performance.
  • You also like to work with Operational Managers to review the audit process and findings, and then address any operational issues that your team uncovers.

Who You Are

  • A strategic thinker who knows how to direct the department’s workflow, prioritize projects, and effectively measure the team’s performance.
  • A true coach who loves motivating and training staff to work as a cohesive unit to achieve departmental goals.
  • A reporting wizard, you will manage and maintain the department database of audit results to produce precise monthly, quarterly and annual reports.
  • A stickler for organization, you oversee the maintenance of all audit files performed, and the preparation and storage of tickets as required, and for no less than three months.
  • A team player who loves to go the extra mile, you will take on special projects as assigned by the CFO, assist Human Resources with investigations of operational issues, and help Senior Management with special projects related to location openings/closings, corporate wide initiatives, and specific audit objectives.


What You Need To Have

  • Bachelor Degree in Business or Accounting area or related field required.
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in the parking or related industry, with a minimum of three of those years in a combination of Operations Management or Audit.
  • Established experience in Microsoft Office Products including Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills required.
  • Previous experience supervising and managing a team.

Nice To Have

  • Previous experience in Loss Prevention, Fraud Examination or Internal Audit fields.
  • Technological proficiency.
  • CIA or CFE designation.
  • Advanced problem-solving skills with the desire to investigate, analyze and resolve issues.


What You’ll Gain In Return

  • An attractive compensation (including an annual incentive program and auto allowance) and benefits package that is commensurate with your experience and expertise.
  • A challenging role within an established parking management firm team with opportunities to grow your career while utilizing your expertise to serve and partner with a diverse group of clients.
  • Access to industry leaders who share your enthusiasm for parking and operational excellence and who will help you further develop your skills.
***Colonial Parking is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment drug testing.***