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IT Audit Senior (m/f)
Rüsselsheim, Hessen (DE)
Up to 70.000 € per annum
GM Financial’s purpose is to drive incremental GM vehicle sales while achieving an appropriate risk-adjusted return. Our Strategic Priorities are to Earn Customers for Life, to Grow our Brands, to Lead in Technology and Innovation and to Drive Core Efficiencies. We promote a culture to win by putting the Customer at the Center of everything we do and embracing teamwork, excellence and integrity. IT Audit Senior (m/f) Responsible for assessing IT process risks, reviewing and documenting business processes, identifying and evaluating the design of controls and risks, designing, executing and documenting audit tests, and making initial determination about reportable issues. Providing audit expertise of SAP ERP, in particular the Financial Accounting (FI) across the team. During the audit process, coordinate and complete work in accordance with GMF-IO Audit methodology, internal audit and other applicable standards, ensuring the achievement of proposed deadlines. This position requires European travel and reports to the IT Audit Senior Manager. Objectives & Responsibilities: Coordinate and execute internal audit planning, testing and reporting, across a variety of integrated (application controls) and pure technical audits (such as Infrastructure, IT security, ERPs (specifically SAP) and System developments), including where SAP coverage (specifically FI) is required Provide SAP subject matter expertise to the internal audit team, and across operational, application and IT audit projects Independently perform risk assessments by reviewing, documenting, evaluating, and testing general computer controls and application controls Coordinate and review IT process risk analyses, prepare process maps and flowcharts, and prepare effective and efficient test plans; prepare and perform audit tests Review test results: accurately identify symptoms, root cause, problems, and identify alternative controls Draft reporting preparation; may assist in preparation of final audit reports Evaluate the completeness of the corrective action plans provided by management Develops business relationships and works co-operatively with other departments Traveling approximately 25% of the time in Germany and across the European region Qualifications & Experience: Bachelor degree in finance, information systems or other related field of study Data analytics tool experience would be beneficial (Arbutus/ACL/IDEA) Typically 5–10 years of technology audit experience with concentrations in the financial services or banking industries preferred IT audit experience with concentrations in the financial services, mortgage or banking industries preferred Experience auditing and/or supporting, ITGC, Operating Systems (Unix/MS Windows), Databases (Oracle and SQL), or Network infrastructure preferred Experience in wider ERP Systems (Oracle ERP R12) would be beneficial SAP certification (Associate/Professional levels) covering FI specifically SAP subject matter expertise with particular focus on financial accounting (FI) Working knowledge of COBIT, ITIL or COSO frameworks and IIA requirements preferred CISA, CIA, CRISC or CISSP preferred or obtained within one year of joining Good verbal and written English and German language skills, further European language preferred To apply, please submit your CV below
Solution Architect - Cyber Security
£75,000 - £80,000
Solutions Architect - Cyber Security - SC/DV A global leader in the Cyber Security, Space & Defence industry is currently looking for a Solution Architect to join their award winning team due to the continued growth and successful bids. What will I be doing? You will be responsible for ensuring the integrity of requirements capture, definition, decomposition and allocation to an architectural design that reflects all stakeholder needs, and selection of the technology solution that best meets that need. This will include; Stakeholder engagement including customers, programme managers, business leaders, developers and implementers, safety, security and other subject matter experts Develop concepts, review, elicit and derive requirements Define architectural designs and technology solutions in support of bids or project delivery Ensure the design integrity of solutions throughout development Collaborate within the Architecture Team to meet the goals and objectives of the Business What skills & experience will I need? You will be working at multiple levels of abstraction and have a tolerance for ambiguity. This will include typically acting as the Design Authority for a programme, or part thereof, working closely with the development team and other stakeholders to ensure that the integrity of the solution is maintained. Defence/Government sector experience is highly advantageous Knowledge of architecture frameworks e.g. TOGAF & MODAF Knowledge of ModelBased Systems Engineering, utilising UML & SysML tools Knowledge of security standards, processes and application of security enforcing measures Broad knowledge of Cyber tools such as NIPS, FPC, vulnerability assessment, computer forensics, SIEM, etc. Broad knowledge of Microsoft Platform technologies Broad knowledge of Virtualisation Platforms, storage technologies and enterprise server platforms Enterprise Networking & Services (TCP/IP Networks, devices & services (e.g. DHCP/DNS
IT Audit/Systems and Process Assurance Opportunities
New Zealand (NZ) - Auckland Central
Immigration & relocation assistance available
Take your career to the next level working for this market leading, international firm Work in one of the most beautiful and friendly countries in the world Join an innovative, rapidly growing and fully engaged Risk Assurance practice Who are we? Our people make us the number one professional services firm in New Zealand. We’re a team of trusted business advisors who work alongside our clients and build long lasting relationships that create value. Our clients partner with us because we’re more than number crunchers. We’re always looking for the best people to join our team, so if you think this is you, then keep reading. What would you be doing? We’re looking for dedicated, curious candidates who are fluent in English to join our Risk Assurance team here in New Zealand. In this role you’ll support, lead or manage a team on a range of Systems and Process Assurance related projects: information technology general control assessments, business process control assessments including configured and manual controls, operating systems and database reviews, and information security reviews. As the successful person in this role your day to day responsibilities would include: the planning and conducting of complex IT audits, security and control engagements, internal audits and/or business process controls reviews; leading small sized teams planning and conducting business process control reviews including configured controls identifying and evaluating risks/impacts associated with identified business issues interacting directly with client management and with engagement partners, directors and managers preparing and submitting reports on the results of assessments, including practical and robust improvement recommendations. supervising and coaching team members and managing client relationships What you’ll need to bring to the role You will have at least 3 years relevant work experience, with a good understanding of information technology auditing, auditing standards and methodologies. Previous experience in a similarly focussed risk assurance environment is essential, as is a relevant tertiary qualification and complete fluency in both written and verbal English. You’ll be at ease interacting with people at all levels and will demonstrate a solid commitment to providing exceptional client service. You will have a flexible working style and will be comfortable managing conflicting deadlines and requirements. To be successful in this role you must be able to demonstrate a thorough understanding of complex information systems, experience in business processes and cycles and a thorough understanding of information processing controls. You may be CA/CPA qualified, or you may also be CISA qualified and will have a bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject Why we think that PwC is a great place to work At PwC you’ll work with other energetic and inspirational people. Our clients include many of the top NZ companies and household kiwi brands. We operate in a wide range of locations around the world, giving our people scope to build interesting and challenging careers within New Zealand and overseas. The solutions we offer our clients are ever evolving, allowing you to be an integral part of our success, working with us to create new and exciting services that help our clients build great success with us. What next? If you’d like to jump at this opportunity, please apply online now! Choose PwC
Group Head of Data Protection
c.£100,000 plus bonus & benefits
We are currently recruiting exclusively on behalf of an iconic FTSE 100 company operating in the leisure sector. The company's brand is synonymous with service and quality and it continues to outperform the competition in the sector whilst actively pursuing strategic acquisitions and launching new businesses. This is an extremely exciting period in the development with the group with both expansion and the integration of acquired assets driving significant structural change. The Data Protection Officer will manage the assignment of responsibilities to deliver compliance with data protection laws and policies of the Group. You will be the contact point with and co-operate with the relevant Data Protection Authorities and to data subjects when exercising their individual data rights as well as supervise and advise on the response to such requests. You will inform and advise on data protection laws and Group policies as well as manage a program of awareness-raising and training to deliver compliance and to foster a data privacy culture within the Group. To be successful in this role you will have a legal, compliance, IT security/ InfoSec or audit background with expert knowledge of data privacy legislation including GDPR.
Audit Senior Manager – IT, Security & Resilience
Swindon, Northampton, London or Bournemouth
£53,162 - £79,744 + benefits
Introduction Do you want to work in a high profile environment that gives you the opportunity to influence at the highest level? Our team works in a fast paced, customer focused, dynamic environment and provide an unmatched opportunity to interact with and add value to the largest building society in the world. This role provides an opportunity to assess and influence the control environment for IT, security and resilience at Nationwide. The individual will need to utilise their knowledge and skills in these areas to lead and manage a team of audit professionals, and provide insightful challenge with senior management. Why IA? We are a relatively small team of about 80 employees from a broad range of backgrounds, including finance, compliance, risk, IT, financial crime and transformation. We believe in supporting and developing our people and, in addition to reporting to a Head of IT Audit as your development manager, you will have a senior management team mentor with whom you can explore longer term development goals and career plans. This role could be located in Swindon, Northampton, London, or Bournemouth but requires regular weekly travel (at least three days a week) to our Head Office in Swindon where most of our core functions are based. We embrace flexible working, so if you want to work from home sometimes, that’s fine. We believe in getting the job done in the way that works for both us and the business, which means you aren’t expected to be at a desk 9 – 5, Monday to Friday. We pride ourselves in our ‘one team’ approach and our drive for continuous improvement, both of which support our vision of protecting members’ interests and influencing business success. Who we're looking for We are looking for an individual with IT, cyber security and resilience knowledge who can utilise that knowledge and experience in leading and delivering insightful audits. As a minimum requirement you’ll have experience of: leading and managing people. IT, cyber security and resilience to be able to deliver insightful challenge. influencing others and building professional business relationships at various levels including senior managers and directors, showing your proven negotiating skills. have, or be on your way to, completing a CISA, CISSP or equivalent IT controls certifications. It would be nice if you also had experience of: identifying strategic audit priorities and developing an annual audit plan. managing the delivery of IT audits of varying complexities and types (e.g. application, infrastructure, process etc.) across a variety of business areas to a high quality. developing and coaching audit staff to achieve their potential and deliver to the highest professional standards. implementing, auditing or reviewing payment systems. What you'll be doing You will have direct line management responsibility for a small number of professional audit staff to include conducting performance appraisals, providing career guidance and managing performance. You’ll lead the development and implementation of specific initiatives to deliver the strategy for IA including leading continuous improvement initiatives and helping to communicate priorities to the wider team. You will use your excellent communication and influencing skills with senior management to drive improvements in governance, risk and controls across the organisation. You’ll also be a proactive member of IA’s management team, spotting areas for improvement in the focus and/or efficiency of the team’s work and using your influencing skills to present these to senior IA management. You’ll be directly involved in initiatives to drive improvements to IA’s practices and be a champion for change activity. We need: An Audit Senior Manager – IT, Security & Resilience in Swindon, Northampton, London or Bournemouth £53,162 - £79,744 a year on a on a permanent, full time basis. Benefits include status car or cash allowance, a competitive pension where if you pay in 7% we’ll top it up to 23%, 30 days’ holiday plus bank holidays, private healthcare, life assurance worth 8x your salary and access to an annual performance related bonus.
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