Senior Internal Auditor, IT (TAS)
Job Location: Bergen County, NJ
Woodcliff Lake, N.J. - Pharmaceutical Company
Responsible for developing, performing and documenting audit procedures to identify and assess significant risks related to the Company's IT controls and also in the areas of Accounting, Operations and Compliance. Also responsible for writing effective internal audit reports and for covering audit results with all levels of Company Management. SOX-404: Develops and performs SOX-404 testing; tracks the completion of such testing to ensure it is completed on-time; recommends corrective action for deficiencies noted and follows-up to ensure deficiencies are remedialed. Audit Testwork: develops and performs IT audit procedures and thoroughly performs and documents audit testwork by the deadlines specified. Testwork includes identifying and testing key controls in the change management, computer operations and system access processes. In addition, evaluating data migration and system upgrade projects will be conducted. This role will also be responsible for testing automated controls in business processes and evaluating key financial reports that are used to support business process controls Testwork is performed to meet the requirements of the SOX law and the Company’s annual Internal Audit Plan. Determines the effectiveness of the operating controls in meeting control objectives, preventing waste and inefficiencies, and safeguarding company assets. Also observes Company physical inventory counts as assigned. Writes clear, concise, and factually correct draft internal audit reports that fully explain audit findings, the related risks, the compensating controls and the required corrective action. Responsible for leading meetings and addressing any concerns the control owners may have. Conducts opening and closing conferences and ad hoc meetings with the appropriate management to discuss the work be performed and the findings and recommendations. Provides Risk Assessment: Performs preliminary reviews of audit areas to identify risk areas. Helps to create audit programs to ensure that planned audit testwork is thorough and adequately addresses identified risks. Corrective Actions: Monitors progress on the implementation of corrective action and follows-up with management to assist with the implementation of corrective action as needed. Provides guidance to departments regarding internal control aspects of policies and procedures as they are created and after they are implemented and assists with the development of the Company’s policies and procedures. Recommends ways to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the internal audit process. Travels to Company locations (domestic & international) approximately 25-30% of the time.
Bachelors Degree (BA/BS) Accounting or Finance – Required. 3+ years of internal audit or public accounting experience. Experience in a pharmaceutical/medical device/biotech or manufacturing environment a plus. Minimum 2 years of experience auditing IT controls, processes and systems. Experience with JDE a plus. CPA or CIA strongly preferred.
Please contact Tricia Sweeney at email@example.com
85-95K + Bonus
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