City Shenzhen


Employee Type Permanent/Regular

Years of Experience Required 5-10 Years

Business Format Support Center (Home Office)

Education Level Required Undergraduate

Job Description


1.       A/C Level II Monitoring Lead / A/C Monitoring Lead (Senior Manager)

1.1       DRIVE LEVEL II PROGRAM SUSTAINABILITY Recruit talents and develop succession planManage resources to deliver annual reviews according to GlobalSupport cross market collaboration and special projects where applicable

1.2       ENSURE LEVEL II PROGRAM FUNDAMENTALS AND STANDARDSEnsure all review projects' documentation in line with Global Level II standardsEffectively respond to requests for information and stakeholder expectations.

1.3       ENHANCE THE USE OF DATA TO STRIVE FOR DIGITALIZATIONEffectively manage resources to perform risk-based targeted sampling by leveraging data analytical tools and identified risk factorsEstablish the sharing mechanism of data analytics between A/C core team and Level II.

1.4       CONTINUOUSLY IMPROVE REMEDIATION EFFECTIVENESSPerform root cause analysis for each identified findingSupport the business in developing meaningful remediation action plansEstablish tracking mechanism to ensure timely finalization of remediation action plansIdentify repeated findings and trend, proactively coordinate deep-dive and reinforced remediationMigrate the remediation approach to A/C core team so as to enhance the A/C program effectiveness in market.

1.5       Frequently connect with Global A/C Level II Team for regular update of technical guidance and progress tracking

1.6       Leverage the Level II team resources to support other A/C core functions (e.g. TPI, IGP, Non-TPI ACP) where applicable and appropriate.

2.       Subject Matter Expert (TPI Semi-SME)

2.1.      Work closely with TPI SME to understand in-depth of TPI procedures and processes.

2.2.      Provide solution insights and drive remediation for complicated TPI findings and issues.

3.       Critical Division (RBU) Business Partner (BP)

3.1.      The assigned critical RBUs include: Financial Controllership, IA and GBS.

3.2.      Determine the target audiences of these RBUs and deliver required ILT trainings to them.

3.3.      Participate the critical RBUs’ business meetings and act as the A/C one contact window for them.

3.4.      Participate the key business initiatives to ensure they receive the A/C requirements and support from beginning.

3.5.      Liaison with other A/C SMEs for specific issues to ensure the RBU receive timely and professional support.


·       Excellent level English (written and verbal).

·       Strong sense of business and commercial activities; logical and analytical minds; advanced knowledge of process and control methodology.

·       Expertized level of audit, fraud examination, forensic or investigation knowledge and experiences.

·       General understanding of China government operation system.

Familiar with various compliance and finance systems and good command of MS Office, specifically Excel, Visio and Powerpoint.

·       10 – 15 years of professional experiences in reputable organizations, preferably MNCs.

·       Big4 Audit Firms forensic practices experiences are preferred.

·       5 years of people management experiences.

Company Summary

Save Money. Live Better.
About Walmart Inc.

Walmart Inc. was founded by American retail legend Mr. Sam Walton in Arkansas in 1962. Over the past 50 years, the company has served customers and is now the world’s largest private employer and retailer. Walmart was ranked on the top of the Fortune 500 list several times and is among the most recognized global brands. 

Walmart Inc. helps people around the world save money and live better – anytime and anywhere – in retail stores, online, and through their mobile devices. Each week, over 265 million customers and members visit our more than 11,500 stores under 56 banners in 27 countries and eCommerce websites. With fiscal year 2020 revenue of $524.0 billion, Walmart employs over 2.2 million associates worldwide. Walmart continues to be a leader in sustainability, corporate philanthropy and employment opportunity.

As an omni-channel retailer, Walmart announced plans to change the company’s legal name from Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. to Walmart Inc. effective Feb. 1, 2018. The name change chiefly demonstrates the company’s growing emphasis on serving customers seamlessly however they want to shop: in stores, online, on their mobile device, or through pickup and delivery.

In China, as elsewhere, we follow Walmart core values of “Service to the customer”, “Respect for the individual”, “Strive for excellence” and “Act with integrity”, and stick to the Walmart tradition of building our business one store and one customer at a time, so as to fulfill our core mission, and continue to make a difference in the lives of our customers, members and associates.

About Walmart China

China is a market with a vast number of opportunities. We are fully confident about the prospects of the Chinese economy and the Chinese market. Walmart entered the Chinese market and opened its first Walmart store and Sam’s Club in Shenzhen in 1996.

Currently, Walmart operates different formats and banners in China including Walmart store and Sam’s Club. Walmart now has been operating over 400 retail units covering more than 170 cities nationwide; as well as running 22 distribution centers. Walmart China’s omni-channel retail strategy focuses on customer experience to offer customers and members easier shopping solutions anytime, anywhere in the way they like through accelerated digitalization and scale-up of retail innovation and integration of stores, clubs with multiple ecommerce channels. At the same time, the China ecommerce team continues to seek collaboration in multiple areas to expand the landscape of integration and build a win-win omni-channel retail ecosystem to help people save money and time and live better.

Walmart is committed to local talent development and diversity, especially the cultivation and full utilization of female staff and executives. 99.9% of Walmart China associates are Chinese nationals. All of Walmart China’s store managers are Chinese. Furthermore, around 65% of Walmart China associates are female and nearly 50% of above-director level associates are female. In 2009, the company established the “Walmart China Women’s Leadership Development Commission” for driving women’s career development.

Walmart will continue to make long-term investment in China and develop both online and offline to provide customers with even better services. Meanwhile, Walmart will continue to upgrade existing stores, invest in food safety and build on strong partnerships with our Chinese suppliers. Walmart expects to create more jobs, makes joint development with Chinese economy and become a trusted corporate citizen in China.