Penn State Internal Audit is seeking to hire an IT Auditor with internal or external auditing experience. The IT Auditor will conduct all aspects of the end-to-end audit and quality control process to include engagement planning, coordination, and risk identification and may also analyze data to develop audit plans. The Auditor will be required to assess the level of risk in the unit/work process under audit and identify and document internal controls related to information technology, including general infrastructure, application and security controls. The IT Auditor will use applicable systems and programs to support and perform the audits, document audit issues, make recommendations and procedural comments for distribution of findings to appropriate management and draft reports for assigned audits. The successful candidate will also monitor and perform follow-up procedures on the status of prior audit findings and recommendations to ensure that report recommendations are being implemented on a timely basis. The IT Auditor will also provide consultation and participate in projects to ensure that the University is in compliance with regulations and security standards, such as NIST 800-53, PCI and HIPAA, and to ensure that controls are in place prior to implementation of new systems. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus five years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Information Systems and certifications, such as CISA, CPA or CIA, are preferred. Experience in auditing, information systems or information systems security in higher education is desirable. Experience in programming and data analytics with tools such as ACL and CaseWare is also desirable. The Auditor must have excellent verbal and written communication, analytical and organizational skills; the ability to work in a collaborative environment; demonstrate strong professional judgment and an ability to work with a variety of cultures and backgrounds. The successful candidate will be able to work independently with minimal supervision and be able to supervise lower-level and support staff. Penn State and the Office of Internal Audit are committed to fostering diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunity.
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