Virginia State University (VSU) is seeking an IT Audit Manager. Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organizationâs operations in accordance with the Institute of Internal Auditing Standards. In partnership and in collaboration with Board of Visitors and University management, the Internal Audit departmentâs (Assurance and Advisory Services) primary objectives are to develop value-added services to assist the University and its operations in objective assurance and consulting activities, assist the University in accomplishing its mission and objectives, protect the Universityâs interest and safeguard its assets, and improve the effectiveness of risk management, internal and quality controls, and governance processes. The Internal Audit department is an independent function within Virginia State University that reports functionally to the VSU Board of Visitors (BOV) and administratively to the President. In concert with generally accepted internal auditing professional standards and best practices, to include the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and other professional standard setting bodies, this position is to perform with considerable independence a variety of information technology, compliance, operational, and fraud audits of all the various university activities and operations and to report back to management the findings, with proposed recommendations for improvement. To provide independent and objective analyses, appraisals, recommendations for improvement, and counsel concerning the University activities to management and ultimately to the Board of Visitors through executive level reporting resulting from the performance of information technology, compliance, operational, and program audits and investigations and special assignments/projects. The IT Audit Manager will: â¢Plan, control and perform the audit program procedures and audit assignments in compliance with appropriate industry audit standards and as specified in the internal audit manual; â¢Plan and conduct audit entrance and exit conferences; â¢Provide audit work papers and reports that are supported by competent evidential data, demonstrate partnership with management to develop recommendations to mitigate risks, improve controls and systems; â¢Conduct thorough follow-up reviews based on the audit plan to ensure corrective action is progressing and expected by management with respect to recommendations made in APA audit reports and in Internal Audit Department audit reports; â¢Identify, document and communicate audit findings, recommend appropriate corrective action to audit; and other duties as assigned; â¢Establish and maintain professional relationships with University employees. â¢Identify data elements to develop continuous monitoring report generation â¢Participate in maintaining Internal Auditâs Quality Assurance and Improvement Program standards through assisting in formulating the Internal Audit Departmentâs strategic plan, conducting independent risk assessments, performance reporting, and maintaining standard and quality operating procedures; â¢Actively participate in continual risk assessment through partnerships with management. Identify opportunities to mitigate risks; â¢Manage, monitor all aspects of records management as mandated by the Library of Virginia; and â¢Assist in preparing audit documents for the Board of Visitors and Audit Committee meetings.
Relocation expenses are negotiable.
Internal Number: 104681
About Virginia State University
Building a Better World Since 1882 Virginia State University, founded in 1882, is one of Virginia's two land-grant institutions, and is located 20 minutes south of Richmond in the village of Ettrick. With a current student population of approximately 4,600, the University sits atop a rolling landscape overlooking the Appomattox River with expansive views of Petersburg. Our 231-acre campus boasts 11 residence halls, 18 academic buildings and a 412-acre agriculture research facility.
At VSU, we are proudly committed to providing a transformative experience for our students, strategically investing in our academic programs, embracing our position as a top land-grant university, embracing our role as Virginia’s Opportunity University, and partnering together as a University to tell our story.