IT Audit Manager - £60K+ Bonus + bens
A leading FTSE company is now seeking a specialist and experienced IT Auditor to join the team. Whilst working independently you will be reporting into the Director or Risk and Advisory- Technology and be a valued member of the Audit and Risk department. The position is responsible for the execution of Global technology reviews across the company's Brands and requires the ability to interface well with all levels of management.
The job accountabilities are as follows:
1.Assist in the development of the annual audit plan based on the annual risk assessment that addresses the key areas of risk/opportunity within Information Technology.
2.Execute and/or manage independent reviews and evaluations of any and all technology-related operations and activities to assess:
·The reliability and integrity of internal controls over financial reporting for systems that authorize transactions and safeguard assets.
·Compliance with policies, laws, and regulations which could have significant impact upon IT operations and processes.
·The effectiveness and efficiency of IT operations.
3.Report to RAAS Director - Technology on the following:
·The scope/objectives and status of the assigned audits.
·The adequacy of processes and internal controls and their related impact on the organization on a project by project basis.
·The action taken by IT Management to mitigate control deficiencies or enhance the effectiveness or efficiencies of operations.
·The implementation status of management action plans.
4. Assist in the Sarbanes-Oxley 404 compliance program for IT by performing validation of IT Management’s testing of the effectiveness of internal controls over systems and processes used in financial reporting. In addition, perform independent testing of high-risk key controls and provide support to the ITGC SOX Coordinator as assigned by RAAS Director.
5.Adhere to the RAAS departmental procedures for audit planning, fieldwork and reporting.
6.Develop an effective working relationship with IT senior management to ensure RAAS is viewed as a partner for managing IT risk.
A Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems and/or Accounting is required. A Master's degree is a plus, MIS concentration is preferred. Professional certification, such as Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) or Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) is desired. Proficiency with a personal computer and computer assisted audit tools (like ACL) is required.