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Manage IT audit staff, execute IT audits, complete periodic audit risk assessments, audit plan, and oversee annual SOX IT testing. Take a lead role in maintaining the audit methodology, and processes, serve as a technical resource for the audit department. Contribute to department initiatives in a contributor and leadership roles to achieve efficiencies and deliver the annual audit plan.
Specific requirements include:
Complete IT audit program strategy, including budgets, scope and resource needs.
Oversee and execute the IT audit program including tracking of audit work, its components, and issues.
Identify and implement best practices; drive change within the internal audit and the firm to strengthen the control framework.
Oversee audit work assigned to ensure that the work performed complies with stated requirements and objectives, internal audit policies and procedures, risk-based methodology and is documented and supported.
Stay up to date with the information technology, industries, trends, and best practices.
Stay up to date with evolving regulatory and market events impacting the risk organization.
Maintain an awareness of current and emerging internal and external audit and IT issues in order to assess impact on audits.
Deliver high quality audit results and well-crafted audit report deliverables on time that are executive ready and provide for impactful change to the Bank's internal control system.
Follow up with accountable technology, business, and compliance leaders and their teams to ensure control issues are effectively resolved.
Serve as the primary IT subject matter expert for the Audit department.
Bachelor's degree in related field required.
5 plus years of audit experience and 5 plus years of direct IT or IT audit experience.
Strong technology background in multiple IT disciplines (information security, infrastructure, database, networking, application development, etc.), and working knowledge of audit practices and standards.
Prefer knowledge of banking and compliance laws and regulations.
Strong interpersonal, analytical and decision making skills.
Industry-recognized, professional certification: CIA, CISSP, CISA, or related audit/technical designation