Farm Credit Bank of Texas (FCBT) is located in Austin, Texas and what better balance can a city offer than being both the “Best Place for Business and Careers” and the “Live Music Capital of the World?” Austin pleases all in rankings ranging from “Best City for Relocating Families” to “Best Cities for Singles.” With no state income tax and a low cost of living why not make Austin and Farm Credit Bank of Texas your home!
If you’re looking for a rewarding career with one of the nation’s most respected financial institutions – FCBT may be a great fit for you, we invite you to join us as a Sr. IT Compliance Analyst. With more than $22.3 billion in assets we provide funding to our affiliated lending cooperatives, which in turn offer financing to farmers and ranchers, agribusinesses, rural homeowners and rural communities. Our employees are of some of the best finance, accounting and credit professionals around, and our technology, administrative and creative staffs are top shelf.
JOB PURPOSE AND SCOPE:
Performs information system audit compliance tasks to ensure new and existing information systems applications have appropriate controls; that processing is efficient and accurate; and that systems and procedures are in compliance with all applicable policies. Contributes to the development and maintenance of compliance controls, policies and procedures. Works with audit staff (internal, external and regulator) to coordinate compliance testing, remediation and monitoring. Initiates problem solving and process improvement where needed.
Plan, organize, facilitate and document the IT risk management process, including coordination of periodic risk assessments and risk mitigation activities to include ITGC and IT Management participation Monitor and report progress on mitigation activities.
Work with IT department teams in the planning and execution of risk assessment and control evaluation for existing and new systems and processes, including both PMOC and Infrastructure projects
Partner with IT Security Officer and IT Management to assure Bank and Association information assets are effectively safeguarded.
Monitor and report on password administration.
Assists with the development and maintenance of Internal IT Controls designed to comply with the requirements of sections 302 and 404 of The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) and third party assurance (TPA).
Create and maintain SOX and TPA General Computer Control (GCC) documentation.
Identify suitable IT internal controls to ensure compliance with laws, regulations and industry best practices.
Assist IT functional teams with the development, documentation, implementation, monitoring and reporting of control processes and process flow charts, documentation and compliance routines.
Coordinate remediation requirements for any internal control deficiencies identified either directly as part of the monitoring process or through the formal testing processes.
Support IT Management in the development of responses to all internal and external audits and examinations.
Establish and maintain productive working relationships with IT team members and with Internal Audit and other Bank and Association customers. Be the face of IT Compliance for all consumers of the ITC product.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor’s degree in information systems, information technology or other related technical field and minimum of three years Compliance/Audit experience. Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification and one year Big 4 experience preferred.
Strong knowledge of Information Technology (IT) compliance methodology and Control Objectives for Information and related Technology (COBIT) and Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), as they relate to Farm Credit Administration (FCA) and other audit and compliance requirements.
Demonstrated skills in performing process/control walkthroughs and control testing, and creating procedure narratives and flowcharts.
Demonstrated interpersonal skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, analytical skills, problem solving and organization skills are essential.
Employer does not assist with relocation costs.
About Farm Credit Bank of Texas
Farm Credit Bank of Texas, headquartered in Austin, Texas, is a cooperatively owned wholesale bank with assets of $22.3 billion. We are part of the nationwide Farm Credit System, which was established by Congress in 1916 and has assets of $321.6 billion. Together with our affiliated lending cooperatives, we comprise the $29.1 billion Texas Farm Credit District, the single largest rural lending network serving Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas.
We provide loan funds and services to 14 retail-lending co-ops and two Other Financing Institutions. These lenders make loans for rural real estate, agribusiness, and agricultural production. We also are active in the capital markets arena, participating in large-loan opportunities with the food, agribusiness, rural utility, and rural communications sectors.