Vulcan Materials Company is the nation’s largest producer of construction aggregates and a major producer of aggregates-based construction materials including asphalt and ready-mixed concrete. When you join Vulcan, it’s more than starting an exciting career – you get to make a difference for millions of people every day across the country.
When you join Vulcan, you join a dynamic culture in which career development is encouraged, excellence is rewarded and diversity is valued. No matter the role or the location across the country, every member of the Vulcan team lives through the Vulcan Way: doing the right thing, the right way, at the right time.
What You’ll Do:
Supervise and Manage Others. Review, edit, and correct the work of subordinates. Exerts collegial leadership (peer management) and subordinate leadership (bottom-up management) to assist clients in improving internal controls. Utilize subordinates effectively according to their ability, experience, and interests. Review subordinates’ work and provide clear and constructive feedback. Implement and maintain the Company’s performance improvement management and management development programs. Reviews and approve subordinates’ time and expense reports.
Coach. Develop staff auditors. Ensure that subordinates receive a broad exposure to the Company and promote their professional development. Guide subordinates in the development of audit programs and testing techniques. Improve the performance of the department through effective planning, goal setting, coaching, and feedback on an ongoing basis.
Champion Continuous Improvement. Apply knowledge of professional standards as established by recognized authorities to improve the quality and coverage of internal audits. Maintain, improve, and actively share knowledge of auditing, information systems, business management, and Vulcan’s industries. Lead the TS Audit team in developing new technologies and methods for evaluating internal controls, including the use of data mining, intrusion testing (ethical hacking), and application programming.
Manage Assignments. Plan, execute, and supervise assignments under minimal direction, including testing under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Ensure that problems are recognized and documented and that solutions are adequately researched and presented. Develop, review, and modify the universe of TS Audits, the annual plan of audits, and the scope of individual audits. Plann, budget, and scheduleaudits.
Coordinate Cross-Functionally. Communicate technically complex issues with both technical and non-technical clients, including the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors, executive management, controllers, managers, IS staff, and others. Advocate good internal controls throughout the enterprise. Recruit, interview, and evaluate new candidates for positions in Internal Audit.
Identify Risks. Identify technology-related risks. Develop methods for evaluating risks through direct examination of systems, parallel process comparison, ethical hacking, statistical analysis, interview, and automated monitoring.
Skills You’ll Need:
Education. Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or a related field is required. Must have one or more current leading technology or audit-related professional certifications (Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Systems Professional, etc.)
Experience. Must have seven years work experience in information systems or a closely related field. Must have relevant experience with information systems control testing under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Must have prior auditexperience. Big Four or auditexperience in a multi-national public company is preferred. Must have advanced and current experience relating to data security and other IS control areas. ORACLE knowledge and experience is preferred. A minimum of three years of management experience is preferred.