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The IT VP/ manager function owns and oversees the supervision and execution of SOX program's assessment supporting management's 302/ 404 certification. This includes responsibility for the planning & scoping, documentation, testing, retesting and reporting phases of the program. This includes but is not limited to;
Develop and maintain a business network within system and technology areas of the Bank
Map the financial statement accounts and disclosures to corresponding in-scope systems, technologies, models, reports and spreadsheets
Preform an ITGC risk assessment
Oversee the validation of key systems, technologies, models, reports and spreadsheets
Ensure the completeness and accuracy of the documentation of ITGC process flows
Oversee the assessment of operating effectiveness of the ITGC environment
Ensure ITGC work papers and program documentation meet IIA standards
Drive remediation activities and SOC I Type 2 & SOC II reviews
Oversee the Chief Information Officer's 302 self-certification
Own, execute and maintain assigned budgets, timelines and reporting responsibilities
Assigned teams run in a meaningful and cost effective manner while maintaining high morale
Responsible for SOX Office administrative functions and requirements
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related field from an accredited college/university
8 - 14 years of internal controls experience
SOX experience preferred
8 - 14 years of financial services experience
Banking experience preferred
Experience with operational and financial risk assessments and mitigation strategies.
Strong knowledge and experience with audit techniques and procedures
CISA, CIA or other relevant certification preferred
Strong verbal and written communication, organizational, time management and analytical skills.