INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (I.T.) AUDITOR (Tribal Gaming Commission: Atmore location)
The I.T. Auditor is a regulatory position responsible for assisting the Audit Department by performing independent audits of complex information systems and technology infrastructure, as well as assisting with routine and non-routine audits of the Tribe’s various gaming facilities’ business processes and controls. The position will perform assessments of risks and the design and operating effectiveness of controls implemented to manage risk. The I.T. Auditor is expected to perform all duties and responsibilities necessary to meet the goals and objectives of applicable programs.
SUPERVISORY CHAIN OF COMMAND
The I.T. Auditor is supervised by the Director of Audit.
This is an exempt position.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Plans and performs comprehensive regulatory audit engagements of information technology infrastructure, systems, databases and applications based on an I.T. risk and control assessment.
Works closely with management and experienced co-sourced audit service providers in assessing and reporting on controls over Information Technology.
Works with appropriate personnel to complete other audits, as needed, in the areas of compliance, operations and finance to ensure Tribal, Federal and State laws are being met and that there is adherence to established systems of internal controls.
Performs continuous monitoring and other audit techniques to ensure adequate segregation of duties exists within applications and processes.
Analyzes financial reports, exception reports and other related reports of the Tribal gaming facilities to identify variances and control weaknesses.
Executes audit steps, including preparing well-organized work papers, schedules, and summaries in order to obtain strong evidence to support audit observations.
Demonstrates ability to research issues and trends via external authoritative sources in order to identify problems and recommend solutions.
Partners and collaborates with the business to address identified risks and control issues in order to provide recommendations to improve risk management, control and governance processes.
Prepares written drafts of audit observations and recommendations in order to ensure asset protection and compliance with regulatory requirements.
Maintains updated knowledge of gaming laws and regulations, as well as auditing techniques and I.T. trends, in order to continue to effectively perform in areas of responsibility.
Performs other duties as assigned or as situation requires.
Bachelor’s Degree or higher from an accredited college in accounting, information systems, or computer science required.
Certification as a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) or Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) or *comparable certification is required; however, applicants actively pursuing these certifications are encouraged to apply due to the possibility of this requirement being waived as a result of no certified applicants being received.
One (1) years of verifiable experience specifically dedicated to performing I.T. audits is required.
Knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics GP and Bally Gaming systems preferred.
Experience in multiple facets of information technology concepts and practices, including information security, business continuity, change management, operating systems, database management systems, information technology service management, network administration, and system development.
Must be able to understand complex NIGC, Federal and Tribal provisions/laws, regulations and ordinances.
Must have demonstrated and verifiable understanding of control procedures and audit standards, practices and techniques.
Must possess strong verbal and written communication skills.
Must be able to work odd and irregular hours at remote gaming facilities.
Must possess a good work ethic along with a high level of maturity and the ability to maintain confidentiality.
Must possess a high level of professionalism, dependability, integrity and trustworthiness combined with a positive and cooperative attitude.
Must successfully pass a skills abilities test in the areas of auditing, accounting, I.T., general business, writing, and basic computer skills such as Microsoft Word and Excel.
Must successfully pass the background investigation, as required by the National Indian Gaming Commission.
Must possess a valid state driver’s license.
Must travel and participate in training, as recommended, to meet the goals and objectives of applicable programs.
Must be able to work independently and as part of a team.
Able to perform all duties and responsibilities of this position.
*Comparable certifications shall be determined by the hiring organization.
Salary Range - $65,000 - $105,000
PREFERENCE SHALL BE GIVEN ACCORDING TO THE TERO ORDINANCE OF THE POARCH BAND OF CREEK INDIANS. DFWP.
Every applicant must complete an application provided by the Tribal Gaming Commission Office or online at www.pci-tgc.org . Applications must be received at the address above prior to the closing date of applications. A resume will not be accepted in the place of an application. Incomplete applications will not be considered for this position. Complaints about the recruitment or selection process for employment should be directed in writing to the office of the Administrator of the TGC.
The Tribal Gaming Commission’s (TGC) purpose is regulating the Tribe’s Gaming Operations and protecting Tribal Gaming assets by effectively enforcing Tribal & Federal regulations as mandated by the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) and as outlined in the Tribal Internal Control Standards (TICS).
The Tribal Gaming Commission is comprised of 6 departments which include: Audit, Accounting, ...Compliance, Investigations, Information Technology, and Administration. The Administration department includes 3 sub-departments which are Human Resources, Employee Licensing, and Vendor Licensing.