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IT Senior Internal Auditor

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Arcbest Fort Smith , AR 72916

Posted 3 months ago

ArcBest is a logistics company with creative problem solvers who deliver integrated solutions for complex supply chain challenges.

Wanting to join the ArcBest family? In our search for top talent, we are looking for those that will further enable us to deliver on our vision and fully support our values-driven culture.

Currently, we are looking for a Senior IT Auditor to join the ArcBest team. Under the supervision of the IT Audit Manager, the Senior IT Auditor identifies and assesses IT-related risks and performs tests and analyses to ensure that IT controls are functioning as intended and remain in compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley Act requirements. This position must keep current with emerging technologies that affect auditing in our industry while working with business stakeholders, other departments as well as external auditors.

Your responsibilities may include:

  • Assist with conducting IT risk assessment and the execution of audit strategy under the supervision of the IT Audit Manager

  • Document and update key IT processes, risks related to those processes and corresponding internal controls as they relate to financial reporting

  • Perform testing of IT general and application controls for compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley requirements, working closely with the Corporate Internal Controls Department and external auditors

  • Support Internal Audit team in completing audit projects, including identifying and assessing IT risks and controls, performing audit testing, and identifying audit issues to be reported to leadership

  • Assist with special projects requested of Internal Audit

  • Communicate audit results in the form of written audit reports so that effective corrective actions can be taken.

  • Translate technical IT language into general business language for non-technical report users

  • Provide technical support to the Internal Audit Department for software applications and hardware

  • Stay current with emerging technologies and risks affecting auditing and our industry including cybersecurity

  • Champion best practices for procedures and standards that will add value and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the Audit function

  • Other duties and projects, as assigned


Education: Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Accounting, or Business Administration preferred.

Experience: Minimum two years' experience in relevant, IT-related position

Technical Skills:
Basic knowledge of computer systems design, data structures, data security, disaster recovery and experience with network structures. Current or willing to obtain professional IT or audit related certification. CISA, preferred. Desire to learn and improve technical knowledge. Experience in assessing internal controls related to IT, experience in Sarbanes-Oxley IT auditing, working knowledge of IT control frameworks including NIST and HIPPA, familiarity with SOC 2 reports; preferred.

If you require accommodation in the application process, please contact or call us at (479) 785-8963. An Equal Opportunity Employer including Vet/Disability.

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IT Senior Internal Auditor

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