Plan, supervise, and execute various IT Audits and reviews to determine the effectiveness of the internal control environment in conformity with IIA/ISACA Frameworks of Professional Standards guidelines.
In this role, you will be responsible for managing audit activities for a component of a product line, function, or legal entity at the regional or country level, including a portion of the audit annual plan.
In this role, the IT Audit Manager develops and executes a robust Audit Plan, by reviewable entity, for assigned businesses in accordance with Internal Audit standards, relevant government statutes and regulations.
In this role, you will collaborate with colleagues across the organization in administrative, operational, financial and clinical functions while effectively managing multiple responsibilities. The Manager reports to the Internal Audit Director and manages multiple engagement teams of two to four auditors.
The Audit Manager/Senior Auditor must be a mature and experienced professional who possesses outstanding leadership skills, strong relationship management capabilities, and extensive knowledge of the operational and control risks which exist in these risk functions and businesses.
In this role, you will identify, report, and implement monitoring controls and make recommendations for policies and procedures, training and/or other mechanisms to mitigate risks, or improve the effectiveness of business operations and the compliance program.
Contributing to the completion of the overall audit process, including development of appropriate audit programs, ongoing client communication, execution of the audit tests, documentation, and reporting of the audit test results.
The experiencedPharmacovigilance/Drug Safety Senior Manager would be responsible for leadingand conducting complex process/system audits, affiliate/local operating companyaudits, and Contract/Licence Service Providers in areas such as drug safety,risk management, REMS.
Develop a responsible and trained staff through assistance in recruiting, planning assignments, resolving problems, providing direct consultation to staff, evaluating staff performance, and acting as an instructor or discussion leader in professional development programs.