This position will independently plan, coordinate, and conduct audit, consulting, or special engagements under the direction of the supervisor. Engagements include those on the audit work plan or consulting requests and special projects that arise throughout the fiscal year. Special investigations of alleged fraud, waste, or abuse or violations of state, health system, or university policies may also be performed. Internal department projects or responsibilities may also be assigned to this position. This position may lead an audit team in planning, coordination, and execution of engagements or other project work.
Able to communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing to all levels of management Working knowledge of accounting principles and auditing standards including IIA IPPF Knowledgeable of internal controls, both automated and manual, and able to relate them to engagement scope and compliance matters Able to organize and document engagement workpapers in accordance with IIA Standards Strong interpersonal skills and able to interact professionally with department and client personnel Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office applications Working knowledge of automated audit software preferred Able to manage several projects simultaneously and to effectively manage workload to meet deadlines Maintain integrity, objectivity, independence, and confidentiality Self-motivated and able to perform assigned tasks and research independently Able to perform as a team member, assisting other team members and seeking opportunities to provide support Able to work well in a diverse environment Working knowledge of data mining tools and methodologies Working knowledge of information technology standards, procedures, and controls Working knowledge of computer hardware, operating systems, network concepts, application programming, and database software based on engagement objectives, and ability to learn new systems quickly Working knowledge and application of information technology (IT) management frameworks such as COBIT (Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology) and ISO/IEC (International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission) and able to incorporate this knowledge into practice and communicate effectively with non-information technology personnel
Experience in serving as an lead auditor preferred;
Experience in accounting, auditing, business process analysis, or related fields preferred;
Experience in higher education preferred;
Experience in information technology preferred;
Bachelor’s degree in information technology, accounting, finance, business administration, or related field, or equivalent combination of education and professional experience preferred.
CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor), CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional), CISM (Certified Information Security Manager), or eligibility to pursue certification preferred.