Imagine...working for a company that knows that its people are the key to its success in the marketplace. A company in which achieving extraordinary results and having a stimulating work experience are part of the same process.
We cultivate and embrace a diverse employee population. We recognize that people with diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives fuel our growth and enrich our global culture.
We are looking for an individual who enjoys working in a fast-paced, team oriented environment, likes to be challenged, and values the opportunity to make a difference.
The Corporate Audit department works proactively with the business to identify the risks and challenges facing the company. Our dynamic audit plan evolves to ensure we are delivering results that make the biggest impact. We strive to be perceived as valuable business partners that provide meaningful insights and solutions; not just information and recommendations. The IT Audit Manager contributes to these goals by contributing to department strategy development and execution, developing audit staff, and messaging results to leadership and other relevant stakeholders.
The IT Audit Manager is specifically responsible for developing and managing an Information Technology Audit function that can identify and execute IT audits and controls consulting engagements. The purpose of the IT Audit activity is to ensure adequate controls are in place and working effectively to protect the company's vital information systems and information technology assets and to ensure IT deployment is efficient and effective. This role will manage the entire audit process, including risk assessment, planning, audit execution and reporting results.
In addition to providing a full range of IT audit services, including controls consulting, the IT Audit Manager is responsible for providing operational audit support, leading the continued refinement and use of the Internal Audit Process and ensuring adequate IT support and tools are available to the full Internal Audit organization. This role may also be requested to plan and execute limited operational audits, fraud investigations, M&A due diligence activities and special audit projects. The IT Audit Manager provides senior management with an independent evaluation of the IT control environment, including the security, reliability and integrity of information systems, and compliance with IT policies and standard practices. Additionally, the IT Audit Manager serves as a key liaison between Corporate Audit and IT leadership.
(50%) Oversee audits conducted by the IT audit team, including:
Planning: identify risks, establish audit plan and test procedures, and communicate to stakeholders;
Fieldwork: support audit team with potential scope changes, technology or procedure questions, and address issues;
Reporting: own the final deliverable of presenting meaningful audit results to leadership and the audit stakeholders; and
Remediation: monitor and drive completion of agreed-upon management actions.
This includes oversight of co-sourced personnel or outsourced engagements related to specialized or highly technical risk areas as well as supporting the department's Finance audit engagements, where IT-risks arise.
(35%) Support the VP of Internal Audit by:
Developing, maintaining, and adapting the annual IT audit plan to address the company's most significant IT risks;
Preparing Audit Committee material and senior management communications;
Ensuring the department is staffed with the optimal talent through recruiting, onboarding, training, and coaching;
Remaining current on IT, industry, and company trends; and
Assessing department tools and processes for continuous improvement.
(15%) Maintain positive relationships with multiple stakeholders, including:
Business leadership and senior management
Risk, Compliance, and SOX departments
External audit firm
External business partners
COMPLEXITY & SCOPE
This role additionally involves:
Remaining current on IT, industry, and company trends
Recruiting and staffing an IT audit team given moderate staff turnover
Developing individual staff members in line with individual career objectives
Collaborating with Finance Audit teams with IT-related risks
A continuous improvement mindset that supports departmentwide technology and process enhancements.
Education: Minimum of a bachelor's degree, from an accredited college or university, with a major in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Accounting, or related field of study.
Experience: 8-12 years of audit and/or IT experience, with most or all conducted specifically within the IT audit space. Public accounting or consulting firm experience is preferred. Additionally, 3+ years of supervisory experience is preferred. IT operational experience, particularly in IT risk compliance and governance, including cyber security also preferred.
Certifications: CISA is required. Additional certifications (e.g., CISM, CISSP, CGEIT, CRISC, CFE, etc.) are preferred
Audit proficiency in leading and overseeing a variety of IT-focused audit engagements including
IT controls (i.e., logical access, change management, operations)
Governance and compliance
Technical proficiency in common operating systems, database management systems, virtualization technologies, SAP, enterprise applications, SaaS and PaaS systems, automation (including RPA), data governance over BI & analytics, and information security tools (including cybersecurity); NIST and COBIT frameworks
Audit planning proficiency with strong capabilities in risk identification and assessment; strategic minded with a strong understanding of operational and emerging risks
Strong business acumen and ability to influence key colleagues including Corporate Audit staff, IT & business peers, and leadership
Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities
Mobility: Must be willing to travel up to approximately 15% of the year
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