$100K — $150K *
You will plan, lead, and perform complex, strategic, and visible audits and application reviews at the District and Federal Reserve System level. You will be considered an expert on multiple business lines and subject areas and advise Audit management, System Governance groups (e.g. COGA) and District leadership on issues related to these areas of expertise. You will participate in and influence District and System strategic projects that affect Audit, the Bank, and the System. You will be a liaison and representative for Audit management in essential meetings and workgroups, as well as prepare well documented written work papers and communicate recommendations of findings. You will work with District and Federal Reserve System staff at high levels, and follow department policies and procedures. You will report to the Audit Director.
•Plan, lead, and participate on complex financial, operational and project audits and serve as Auditor in Charge on both System and Reliance audits. Provide well supported audit opinions and findings. Communicate audit results to Senior Management. Maintain in-depth expertise and serve as an expert on multiple departments and subjects. Perform all work in accordance with the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing. May travel up to 20% of time.
•Demonstrate expert level knowledge of operational and business concepts, risk assessment practices and internal control systems, planning comprehensive audits, identifying department specific risks, developing department risk assessments, and creating process mapping for complex departments. Demonstrate advanced proficiency around General IT Controls. Be the audit liaison to one or more Bank divisions or risk areas of high complexity undergoing challenges or changes.
•Represent Audit Management in important meetings and workgroups. As an advisor to Audit management, responsible for analyzing and communicating important new risks, projects, and trends within the Bank and Federal Reserve System.
•Provide monitoring of department administrative matters in support of management and assist on strategic projects within the department. May lead the department’s ongoing Quality Assurance Improvement Program.
•Provide guidance and participate as an advisor to System Governance Groups (Audit Officers, COGA, Board of Governors, etc.), and serve as a consultant/advisor to other essential partners in both the Bank and System. May serve as the Audit & Operational Risk Committee Secretary.
•Through active participation and interaction, lead and influence new changes and important projects at both the District and System level and contribute to their implementation.
•Influence and contribute expertise to staff and management within the District and System Audit Community through collaboration, presentation, and participation in forums and training.
Education: Bachelor's Degree or 4 years equivalent experience
Experience: Eight or more years
Valid through: 8/18/2020