Lead the execution of audits, including planning and oversight, with minimal supervision.
Identify control weaknesses, regulatory compliance issues, and other areas of risk.
Plan audits and develop design flows, risk assessments, audit findings and Audit reports, with minimal supervision.
Present Audit findings to management with minimal assistance.
Direct and review work of staff on assigned audits, demonstrating effective leadership skills on a continuous basis.
Consult on various system implementation and enhancement projects.
Assist in the implementation and enhancement of audit tools and procedures.
Perform leadership roles and other duties as needed to accomplish departmental objectives.
Promote a cooperative and productive work environment and build effective working relationships with audit clients.
Foster a culture that makes people feel valued and respected.
Report to work as scheduled.
OTHER IMPORTANT DUTIES
Performs other duties as assigned.
Reports to: VP Information Technology Audit
Direct Reports: none
Working knowledge of internal audit processes, generally accepted auditing standards, and information technology.
Working knowledge of UNIX, AS/400, and network technology.
Knowledge of programming and project management is required.
Knowledge of automated auditing tools is beneficial.
Knowledge of federal and state regulations, including Sarbanes-Oxley, is required.
Ability to execute audit programs with minimal supervision and be self-motivated.
Ability to independently evaluate and maintain a level of professional skepticism.
Must be able to effectively lead, organize, and supervise a team of auditors.
Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) and analytical skills.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office Professional, Visio, other audit software and tools and database theory is required.
Experience in the field of information technology audit in a finance/lending related industry.
Limited supervisory experience preferred.
Bachelor's degree is required, preferably with a concentration in Management Information Systems, Accounting or Finance.
Professional certification or satisfactory progress toward certification relating to auditing information systems preferred (i.e. CISA, CISSP, CIA, CCP, CPA, etc.).
Normal office environment. Up to 5 %-10% travel required.