— Perform process walkthroughs with IT process owners
— Work with Corporate Internal Auditors during integrated audits to ensure key IT risks are adequately addressed
— Develop workpapers, statements, schedules, and related data as well as comments and interpretation of findings in a correct, clear, and complete manner to support audit reports.
— Assist in review of IT and financial processes identifying risks and related mitigating controls or control gaps requiring implementation of controls.
— Analyze control exceptions identified during audit testing and documentation.
— Ensure compliance with company policies and procedures through execution of audit work program and examination of documentation maintained at corporate and site locations.
— Prepare audit reports communicating the results of the audit work performed, summarizing audit findings and proposing recommendations for all exceptions identified. Communicate with company personnel to assist in problem resolution and recommend appropriate remediation requirements.
— Maintain audit programs. Train other auditors in audit procedures.
— Ensure SOX 404 compliance through testing of key internal controls.
— Perform special projects as assigned.
— Bachelor's degree in Information Systems, Computer Science or other related field (i.e. Finance/Accounting) required. CISA, CIA or CPA certification a plus.
— 3-5 years IT, Accounting, Internal Audit or Public Accounting experience required.
— Proficient PC/spreadsheet skills required.
— Strong analytical skill required.
— Sarbanes-Oxley experience required.
— Experience in an SAP environment a plus.
— Retail experience a plus, but not required.
— Protect company assets and ensure compliance with company procedures by conducting Information Technology based audits to ensure controls appropriately deigned and operating effectively Liaison between the Internal Audit Department and IT management - keep abreast of developments within IT identifying potential risks. Develop audit programs to test for adequacy of IT general controls (ITGC's) and to verify compliance with established policies and procedures.