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General Role Description
Internal IT Audit Managers focus on the planning and execution of regional audits and reviews ("engagements") for their assigned audit locations. Internal IT Audit Managers are responsible for all audit preparation, including staffing, communications with audit location and advanced preparation.
Internal IT Audit Managers also support the professional development of Internal IT Audit Seniors and also ensure high quality audits and reporting.
Internal IT Audit Managers report directly to an Internal IT Audit Director and indirectly to the lead Internal Audit Manager or Director on each engagement.
Key Tasks & Responsibilities:
Education and Experience:
- 6 to 12 years of audit experience either with a "Big Four" or second tier (BDO, Grant Thornton, McGladrey & Pullen) audit firm and/or internal audit experience with a "Fortune 500" company is required.
- Bachelor's Degree in Management Information Systems, Computer Science, Finance, Accounting or Business Administration (or equivalent) is required.
- MBA or other relevant advanced degree (e.g., Accounting, Law or Tax) is preferred.
- CISA, CISSP, CIA, or CPA (US) or equivalent is required.
- Extensive practical experience with IT controls for SOX 404 is required.
- Experience with large, complex consolidations of entities with multiple functional currencies is required.
- Experience with manufacturing entities and ERPs is required.
- Fluency in English and, if based outside the US, at least one other major European, Latin American or Asian language (German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean or Japanese) is required. For US-based candidates, knowledge of a major language in addition to English is a plus.
- Experience with acquisitions and divestitures, including due diligence and post- merger integration is preferred.