Senior IT Security Auditor (Remote)

Beech Valley Solutions Anchorage , AK 99501

Posted 2 months ago

Senior IT Security Auditor

Compensation: $60-80/hour (based on experience)

Location: Remonte Nationwide (WFH)

Requirements:5+ years IT audit experience, CISA and CPA preferred

Description:

We are currently seeking IT Audit Seniors with AWS Security and Infrastructure Management expertise interested in fully remote or travel opportunities with top firms across the US.

Experience with FastPath, AWS, and/or Agile is ideal

What You Need:

5+ years' IT audit experience CISA candidate, other certifications preferred, CPA, CISSP, CIA, etc. Demonstrated success in a client service role, preferably with Big 4 or national advisory firm Familiarity with a variety of technologies, operating systems, databases, and reporting and data analytics tools Ability to interact with external auditors and members of senior management to deliver expectations, scope, and communicate and interpret key audit priorities and issues, including PCAOB and AICPA trends Working knowledge of basic financial accounting, auditing, and financial reporting concepts Subject matter expertise related to: AWS Security and Infrastructure Management Network and Application Security CI/CD pipeline experience Experience with FastPath and/or Agile is ideal SSAE 18 / SOC 1 / SOC 2 Sarbanes-Oxley and PCAOB requirements IT risk assessment / operational IT audit IT general controls COBIT framework PCI Information security / cyber frameworks (ISO 27000, NIST, AICPA, etc.)
If you'd be interested in earning substantially more for every hour worked, please contact us about joining our team!

Why work with us?

Career growth: make an impression as a top advisor at sought-after companies. Compensation: Public accountants who work as consultants can make double the regular salary and choose their working hours. Flexibility: The seasonal nature of this work helps professionals spend more time with family, traveling the world, or starting their businesses.
Accountants & finance professionals love working with us! Our dynamic contract positions help professionals wanting to earn six-figure incomes, take time off to travel the world or grow a side business, and gain experience across multiple areas of accounting and finance. If you are available and would like to begin earning a substantial income while taking control of your life and career, apply now.

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Senior IT Security Auditor (Remote)

Beech Valley Solutions