Associate Director, Technology Audit


Division

Accounting/Finance

Location

New York, New York

Employment Type

Permanent



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One of the largest Global Alternative Asset Management Firms is looking to add an Associate Director to their Technology Audit Practice. This Technology team is very lean, and will have exposure to all areas of Technology Audit (Cyber, Telecom, Infrastructure, Application, etc.)

Job Description:


Compensation : $145000 - $160000
Job ID : 14028

  • Lead (and at times, execute) testing of the design and operating effectiveness of controls and compliance with laws, regulations and policies.
  • Manage and execute the Cybersecurity Audit Program
  • Facilitate team meetings and discussions with management.
  • Identify control weaknesses, assess their impact, and formulate effective, practical recommendations for corrective actions.
  • Prepare written audit reports and issue rating evaluations.
  • Review audit work for compliance with department and industry standards and ensure work is properly documented and supported.
  • Coach, direct, and manage the audit staff throughout the engagement, and review their work on a timely basis for adequacy and suggest possible improvements.
  • Document procedures used in each audit through preparation of detailed work papers.
  • Monitor business, industry and economic activities and maintain IT audit universe record risk assessments.
  • Maintain and continuously improve technical auditing and banking industry expertise.

Job Requirements:


  • 7 - 10 years of experience working as an IT auditor in a complex financial services firm
  • Knowledge and understanding of application, infrastructure, and cybersecurity processes and controls, including Information Technology General Controls (ITGCs)
  • Must understand internal auditing concepts and techniques, including types of controls and testing procedures, as well as, related workpaper standards
  • Must be a proactive self-starter with strong project management skills and technical skills
  • Strong organizational and documentation skills (ability to write succinct and cohesive process narratives, control descriptions, issue statements, findings and action plans)
  • Strong oral communication skills and confidence
  • Ability to lead and execute successfully with minimal supervision

 

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