Sr IT Auditor, $10B SEC Company, Schaumburg, IL, up to $85K

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Career Development Partners
IT Sr Auditor, $10B SEC Company, Schaumburg, IL, up to $85K
The sizzle:
o Our client is a $10B+ publicly traded company
o Ranked by Fortune as one of the fastest growing companies in the US
o The company is a specialty healthcare company (not insurance or a provider) and is very profitable
o They were ranked by the Chicago Tribune as a "Top Workplace"
o They put a high value on work life balance
o The company is going thru a lot of acquisitions
The role:
o Mainly focused on SOX, SOC 1 reporting and enterprise risk management (operational audits). Ideal candidate has 2-4 years of Big 4 experience, CPA, CIA or CISA, and IT audit background
o 10-15% domestic travel (typically one 2-3 day trip per month)
Responsible for Sarbanes Oxley Section 404 IT compliance, managing external audits and the communication of the results to senior management.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

o Prepare project plan & execute IT audit scoping activities;
o Create & update Sarbanes Oxley Section 404 documentation including process narratives, control matrices, key control summaries, control gaps, and remediation steps;
o Manage audit relationships with IT leadership;
o Prepare and perform tests of controls, identifying and remediating any deficiencies/weaknesses;
o Clearly communicate audit results to management both via written communication and formal presentation;
o Maintain consultant and auditor relationships as they relate to SOX 404 and SOC reports;
o Identify new risks and provide assistance in developing IT controls to mitigate risks in current or future business processes; and

o Identify new risks and provide assistance in developing IT controls to mitigate risks in current or future business processes; and
o Recommend control and operating improvements on an ongoing basis;
o Provide input on the internal controls and testing required for any new business systems, as well as evaluate the financial and systems controls of acquisitions;
o Conduct reviews and special projects to ensure that financial, operational and compliance IT controls are adequate and operating effectively;
o Co-ordinate with external auditors.

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