The Senior Technology Auditor is responsible for:

Planning and executing audits of various processes/locations, both U.S. and international.
Partner with peers in creating a risk assessment analysis of a proposed audit of entities, processes or critical systems.
Prepare and present audit findings to audit leadership and business stakeholders.
Identify and communicate risk & control themes to various stakeholders.
Demonstrate a high degree of soft/presentation skills.
Ability to ‘coach others’, and ‘be coached’ (by peers, management, and partners).
Spending approximately 24 months in this role before advancing to other opportunities within the company.

What you will bring:

At least 3 years of BIG 4 IT Audit or related experience.
1 year of a busy season!!
Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field (Management Information Systems, Decision and Information Sciences, Computer Information Systems, Computer Sciences, Accounting/Finance, etc.)
Possesses proficient understanding of: IT general controls (e.g., security, change management, disaster recovery & backup, infrastructure, etc.); SDLC/Agile methodologies, cybersecurity, and cloud; network architecture; IT governance processes; IT risk management and assessment processes.
Certification preferred: CISA, CIA, CPA, CISSP, CISM
15 – 35% travel to international and U.S. locations required


3-5 years of experience at a big-4 consulting or public accounting firm…maybe 6 or 7 years, could be a Manager title candidate, and they will go up in the compensation / grade level. They did not mention the money.
Master’s Degree in relevant field and/or advanced certification (CISA, CISSP, CISM, MCSE, or CPA)
Experience with analytical tools and techniques (e.g., SQL, PowerBI, Tableau, Qlik, R, Python)


To apply for this job email your details to drosa@myemploymentoptions.com

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