This role will focus on moving the US IT General Controls (ITGCs) to a global controls structure, facilitation of open audit points to closure, and Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) quarterly testing.
Collaborating with BIS teams in the design, development, documentation, and implementation of robust and risk-based controls (financial and operational) as North America moves to a global controls structure.
Designing and executing an organizational change management program to support North America’s movement to a global controls structure.
Facilitating BIS open audit points to closure and scorecarding status monthly.
Collaborating and coordinating with various teams, internal and external, including divisional SOX contacts in ensuring quarterly SOX compliance and reporting requirements are met as well as working with internal and external auditors as needed.
Developing written and verbal communications to be used within the BIS Controls and Compliance team, as well provide report outs to BIS Senior Management as needed.
Qualifications / Requirements Qualifications:
6 years of experience Finance, Accounting or IT Finance or Information Security
Minimum of 2-3 years IT Audit, internal risk and control processes, and governance
Consulting or public accounting ("Big Four") experience preferred
Bachelor's Degree (Information Management, MIS, Finance with IT minor, Accounting with IT minor or related combinations or degrees with business and technical mix).
Masters in Information Management, MIS or similar field preferred.
Relevant certification (e.g., CISA, CISM, CISSP, CGEIT, CCSA, CIA, PMP, CPA).
Solid understanding of core IT general control processes (e.g., Change Management, System Development Lifecycle, Information Security, IT Operations etc.).
Knowledge of CobiT, ISO, Sarbanes Oxley, COSO, ITIL, and understanding of PepsiCo GCS preferred.
Experience in designing, documenting, implementing and testing IT control processes in a public company environment as it relates to risks and controls in the Sarbanes Oxley realm.
Broad understanding of business and IT functions and processes.
Knowledge of the financial reporting process and how they are supported by IT.
Analytical, structured, logical and creative thinking, highly organized, and possess excellent planning and time management skills.
Ability to work collaboratively with others located internationally.
Must be self-motivated with track record of managing multiple tasks and competing priorities simultaneously with minimal supervision while consistently meeting objectives.
Facilitate and present to peers and senior leadership. Hands-on ability to create custom reports using Excel (macros, pivot tables) Access, and Power Point.
Demonstrated ability to interact and work in a team oriented environment with flexibility to manage ambiguity and adapt to change quickly.
Must be willing and able to travel up to 5% of the time.