The Information Systems Auditor performs within the Judiciary's Internal Audit Department. The incumbent conducts the planning of audits, organizes audits, prepares for audits, conducts audits, and generates reports on all activities related to the Judiciary's Information Systems. This includes risk-based, general and application controls audits, risk assessments, system development reviews, and occasional consulting services. The position will be responsible for system virtualization, creating systems development methodology, database management, operating systems capabilities and limitations, networking, security, disaster recovery planning and distributed operating environment, incident response, cloud-computing, and work with third-party service providers. Incumbent will be hands-on working with large-scale mainframes, client servers and PC-based application environments for system application implementation. The incumbent also writes audit reports. The Internal Audit Department performs these audits for the purposes of verifying compliance with relevant federal and state laws, applicable regulations and standards, and Judiciary policies and procedures and to improve the overall efficiency of Judiciary operations.
Knowledge of generally accepted auditing standards, theory and practices; of commonly used internal control frameworks, including NIST, COBIT, FISCAM, GAS, IIA, GAAP. Knowledge of business administration and management practices and of internal audit processes and objectives. Knowledge of core information technology processes and controls, current trends in corporate information technology and emerging themes in the market place. Knowledge of the use of office equipment including computerized data processing information systems and personal computers. Skill in analyzing records, reports, and other business and financial documents and noting details and facts pertinent to the audit assignment and in preparing accurate and concise audit work papers. Skill in communicating ideas and information and in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with operational personnel and colleagues. Strong interpersonal skills to interact in a team environment and foster client relationships. Exemplary leadership, mentoring, and team building skills. Ability to train subordinates in the principles and practices of internal auditing. Ability to assign and review the work of auditor staff. Ability to communicate effectively and to provide advice, guidance and direction to Internal Auditors and other Judiciary personnel concerning unusual problems encountered in the course of audits. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Judiciary operational personnel and senior management and colleagues. Ability to plan, organize and develop work procedures. Ability to perform the essential functions of this position.
Five years of progressively responsible related experience in internal or external IT audit, consulting, assurance services, or related field, either in professional services or industry.
Internal Number: 067975
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