To provide quality audit services to all subsidiaries through identifying business and information systems risks to Bank and/or customers, developing and executing state-of-the-art audit procedures, conducting best practices research, supervising audits, participating in development projects, facilitating task forces to build consensus on solutions that address Bank and customers, conducting special projects, providing on-the-job training of staff auditors, resolving control issues, and analyzing and evaluating internal controls in existing and proposed data processing systems and procedures. Responsible for the supervising of assigned audits and addresses requirements of key Banking regulations, FFIEC Guidance, and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Requirements.
Bachelor degree with minimum of 4 years information systems auditing or risk experience.
Possess designation as a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified Public Accountant, or equivalent technical certification (e.g., Microsoft or CISCO certifications).
Information systems design, development or implementation, internal controls auditing, risk management, and/or database management.
Strong active listening, assimilation of information, analytical, oral and written communication, negotiation, writing, judgment skills, problem solving and root cause identification skills.
Personal time management, initiative, commitment to high quality, business acumen, and flexible/adaptability attributes.
Strong knowledge of internal auditing practices, procedures, and principles to interpret and analyze complex concepts and apply in innovative ways to assess and test key controls including the utilization of data analytics.
Strong knowledge of major regulatory areas of focuses including FFIEC Guidance, Stress Testing, Model Risk Management, Capital Planning/Forecasting, Enterprise Risk Management and Operational Risk Management, Data Governance, etc. Additionally, knowledge of SOX Act.
Project management, including the ability to meet established time frames and budgets for audit projects.
Ability to effectively follow-up, track status and final resolution of open audit issues noted by Internal Audit, Regulatory Agencies and other external parties. Document and communicate the results of this work to the applicable Audit Team Leader or Audit Manager.
Coaching, training and motivation skills.
Ability to handle confidential and proprietary information.
Ability to travel as needed
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