Senior IT Auditor/ Assistant Manager-Flexible UK locations- London, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester
Salary range: £60000 to £70000 (neg) - depending on experience/location + bonus + excellent benefits.
Qualifications: CISA, CISM, QICA.
A minimum of 3 years experience in providing a professional IT audit service. This organization has an extensive network of offices throughout the UK, and you will potentially be able to access a local hub close to your home base Monday-Friday.
Reporting to the IT Audit Manager on the adequacy and effectiveness of internal processes, systems, and controls, procedures, and policies.
This includes risk management, control and governance systems and processes and adherence to, and application of, appropriate internal systems and controls, procedures with regard to Information Technology, Information Security, and IT related Change and Transformation.
- Deliver Group Internal Audit audits in line with the agreed plan.
• Deliver audit reports that are factual, relevant and provide assurance to the recipient as to the results of the audit.
• Assisting/facilitating through audit and challenge the implementation and maintenance of an appropriate IT, IT related Transformation and Change, and Information Security governance, risk and controls management framework.
• Attend programme boards and other meetings as necessary providing oversight of, and challenge to, the IT, IT related Transformation and Change, and Information Security risk and controls (including IT-related Change and Transformation).
• Update the audit issue and action database for all new entries and ensure updates are accurately recorded.
• Maintain a working knowledge of the business and client activity where necessary to ensure that contractual requirements are met.
• Contribute to investigations as required.
Skills & Qualifications
• Education to degree level or equivalent/CISA or Equivalent.
• At least 3 years experience of providing a professional audit service.
• Good communication, report writing, and analysis skills.
• Ability to build effective relationships and influencing skills.
• Effective time management, planning, and organizational skills.
• Ability to use the relevant software packages.
• Problem-solving skills - thinks through actions and considers impacts on costs and benefits before making a decision.
• Able to balance personal delivery with operational team objectives and activities. A clear focus on delivery.
• Customer Service - Creating the best possible experience for Business Partners and their customers.
• Communication - The ability to listen, express and articulate information.
• Results focused - Getting the job done in an efficient way through effective time, task and financial management.
*For this vacancy you must already have eligibility in place to work in the UK, as this employer does not provide sponsorship*
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