Assist in the planning and scoping of IT audits and testing of general IT controls in support of SOX 404 activities, development of audit programs, and completion of supporting working papers
Execute audit procedures in accordance with the approved audit program and departmental standards and audit methodology
Analyze test results to determine if control objectives and risks are adequately met
Identify root causes of findings and provide value-added recommendations to business process owners to effectively address issues and draft internal audit reports
Review working papers to ensure compliance with departmental standards and audit methodology
Meet budgets for the assigned areas audited
Lead, develop, mentor team members
Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field from an accredited college/university
Professional Certification: CISA, CIA or CPA preferred
1-3 years of IT audit or relevant experience in the following areas: : IT internal/external audit, IT risk assessment, IT security (MS-Windows, Oracle, PeopleSoft), SOX 404 general IT controls testing, project management, SDLC/pre-implementation reviews, IT outsourcing or off shoring, and IT strategy
Strong written and verbal communication skills, including process and testing documentation (i.e. flowcharts). Must also possess strong interpersonal communication skills
Strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills
Able to work in a team environment
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
<Ability to travel as needed
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