Senior IT Auditor

The Senior IT Auditor will plan and complete IT audits including operating systems, technology infrastructure reviews, data center reviews, and application reviews, in accordance with professional and department standards.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Plan and perform IT audits, including a risk assessment.
Assess the adequacy and appropriateness of IT controls.
Determine compliance with ISD and Information Security Policies, and IT standards.
Identify, develop, and document audit issues and recommendations using independent judgment.
Communicate audit findings to the IT Audit Manager and keep the IT Audit Manager informed about the status of the audit.
Present findings at the exit meeting and prepare a draft audit report.
Perform pre-implementation reviews on new products or services.
Conduct research to understand emerging technologies and its impact on the audit plan.
Run ACL and URSA reports as required; extract data from IT applications.
Help in training the lower level staff members.
Assist in special projects and special investigations under the direction of the Audit Manager.
Required Skills:
Understanding of IT Governance frameworks.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Intermediate PC skills including email, general understanding of databases and Microsoft Word and Excel.
Knowledge of data extraction tools like ACL, URSA, Stealthbits, Nexpose.
Attention to detail. Ability to prioritize, organize, and delegate assignments.
Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
Bachelor's Degree from four-year college or university and a minimum of five years of IT audit and/or related experience (information technology, security, etc.)
Valid Driver's License.
One audit related certification.
CISA preferred.
Knowledge of banking industry preferred.

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