Under general supervision, creates and performs continuous monitoring audits of transactional data and account balances of third-party subsystems creating financial transactions; assesses user rights and roles; documents workflow and change control; identifies and monitors audit trails; supports internal audit staff; advises management on activities and issues; performs information system audits; conducts reviews of automated financial information control systems and risks; verifies system integrity and weaknesses; review and report on information system internal controls; acts as consultant regarding automated accounting and financial information systems reporting and control systems; produces useful and easy to read audit reports; and develops and maintains a productive working relationship with all officials and departments. No overnight travel other than to training involved. No direct supervision of other staff involved, but will support internal audit and management activities and audits.
Applicant should have ability to use PC-based automated software tools, proficiency with spreadsheets, project management exposure, risk-based assessments, and excellent communication skills. Varied IT experience including areas such as mainframe, PC/LAN, client/server, web-based systems, application development, interfaces, databases, data security, e-Business, project management experience preferred.
Applicant must have Bachelor Degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance or related field; be proficient in writing, debugging and using ACL scripts; CPA or CISA required; advanced degree in information systems field preferred; 4-7 years auditing experience and 2-3 years information systems auditing experience, preferably in a county government environment; and advanced skills in Microsoft Office products (i.e., create macros, use VBA)