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IT Audit Senior

Company Name:
AAM
IT Audit Senior
Job #: 0509-009
Salary: 80k-120k
Location: Iselin, NJ
Industry: Public Accounting
Reports to: Manager
Relocation: no
CPA Firm seeking an IT Audit Senior for its Advisory practice in NJ.
Responsibilities:
Perform IT Audit and IT risk assessments by reviewing, documenting, evaluating and testing general computer controls and application controls, for financial audit support, SOX 404 and other compliance work across a variety of industries.
Conduct business process, application, and IT general control reviews at clients in financial services, technology, manufacturing, retail and other industries.
Perform internal control attestations in support of Sarbanes-Oxley 404 and SSAE 16 third party service provider reports.
Conduct automated controls testing and data analytics.
Assess the design and operating effectiveness of key controls, including entity level controls, process/activity level controls, and general computing controls (e.g., information security, program development, program change, computer operations, business continuity planning).
Demonstrate and apply thorough understanding of complex information systems in a wide range of environments including client server, mid-range, and mainframe.
Use knowledge of IT control environment and IT industry trends to identify issues, assess business impact, and develop value-added recommendations and communicate this information to the engagement team and client management through written correspondence and verbal presentations.
Qualifications:
2-5 years SOX Compliance experience, internal audit experience, and/or public accounting experience
Expertise in SOX 404, COSO Integrated Controls Framework, and PCAOB Auditing Standard #5
Strong knowledge of U.S. GAAP including internal control principles
Knowledge of compliance issues related to mid-sized and large ERP / Network systems such as Oracle, SAP, UNIX, Windows, SQL.
CIA, CPA, CISA or other relevant certifications preferred
Conversant in current IT Governance and IT Operational issues

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