IT Audit Senior Manager
The Audit & Risk Recruitment Company are working with the Global Audit and Advisory team of a major FTSE 50 company in UK. They are looking for a talented and ambitious IT Audit Manager to join their IT Audit & Advisory team.
The IT Audit Manager will be responsible for the end to end delivery of a number of audits that contribute to the global audit programe. You will collaborate with key stakeholders to identify the key risks, assess how the company are managing these risks and identify solutions that will genuinely improve the business. The success of all auditors is measured by their ability to deliver independent assurance and insight to a consistently high standard and to be a catalyst for change in the business.
The group is going through a number of significant transformations across people, process and technology and this presents a fantastic career potential. The company also have a great culture of openness and honesty and strongly believe in the work life balance of their people.
The team have an excellent track record of supporting people to progress their careers either within audit or beyond with a move into technology, projects or operations. Audit is very well respected both internally and externally and has a great talent pool which provides the rest of the business with a wealth of skills.
The team includes dedicated Technology specialists who work closely with business auditors. Typically you will spend 30% of your time on integrated reviews with business auditors, 50% on pure Technology reviews and 20% on change programs/projects assurance. Technically the work spans a wide range of bespoke applications (Oracle and web based), security (web based, cloud, cyber threat, online payments etc.) and Technology change projects which will form a crucial part of future transformation.
Candidates should have 6-10 years IT Audit experience and will ideally have experience working on large transformational businesses in a consultancy role. CISA or another IT Audit/Security qualification is desired but not essential.
The team offer a flexible working culture and output is valued more than hours worked.