IT Auditor

Looking for an IT Auditor to perform individual information technology audit projects and Sarbanes-Oxley testing as part of the total internal audit plan. This responsibility includes developing internal audit scope, developing and performing internal audit procedures and preparing internal audit reports reflecting the results of the work performed. Audit procedures assigned are of moderate complexity and require the exercise of professional judgment. This position assists with process improvement initiatives, follows up on the status of outstanding issues, assists the external auditors, and works on special projects as assigned by internal audit management. This position assists with maintenance of departmental computer hardware and software and with financial and operational audits.



  • Performs audit procedures to review and appraise general information technology and application controls.
  • Analyzes and documents the audit area by reviewing existing documentation or developing documentation, such as detailed narratives and flow charts, applicable policies and procedures, business unit risk assessments, etc.
  • Communicates internal audit results to management and the Audit Committee of the board of directors through meetings and internal audit reports.
  • Perform assigned financial and performance audit procedures.
  • Develop and maintain databases and software to support departmental activities including a comprehensive data processing audit program.



  • Complete assigned audit procedures and Sarbanes-Oxley testing in a timely manner.
  • Understand and document key internal controls, including the ability to discern strengths and weaknesses.
  • Develop a working knowledge of the information technology environment and the ability to develop a clear understanding of the key functional processes and resources.
  • Maintain professional and courteous relationships with auditees and others.
  • Communicate effectively in writing (e-mails, memos and audit reports), and in verbal communications (meetings with auditees and others).
  • Demonstrate awareness of the need for constant process improvement and be willing to identify, offer suggestions for improvement, and actively participate in their implementation.
  • Protect business records created or used in business processes to ensure availability, confidentiality, integrity; and the retention and destruction of such as specified by relevant policies.
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