Audit Engagement Manager (Audit Project Manager)

Job Description:

NOTE: The selected candidate for this position will work hybrid and, though location is flexible, will require vetting and final approval prior to offer and/or start. 

Audit Engagement Manager (Audit Project Manager)
Position Summary: 

Identify, evaluate, and communicate opportunities to mitigate risk, strengthen controls, and enhance customer value on Large more complex audits.

Principal Accountabilities:  
Plan and conduct audits as assigned.

Complete portions of larger, more complex audits with minimal supervision.

Prepare complete, clear, and concise documentation of audit work performed and conclusions reached.

Prepare draft reports that are clear, concise, objective, and constructive.

Demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills when interacting with team members and clients.

IT Specific

Review General Computing Controls to ensure that IT processes and systems comply with leading practices &/or applicable regulations and standards. 

Experience executing integrated projects between operational/financial and IT audits.

Verify the existence of appropriate controls (e.g., security, integration, automated functionality) for new and existing information systems – application and infrastructure. 

Strong attention to detail with an analytic mindset and outstanding problem solving skills.

Knowledge of the NIST and COBIT frameworks.

Knowledge of cyber and physical security techniques.

Knowledge of PeopleSoft systems.

Financial Specific

Provide objective assurance and consulting services to evaluate and improve the company’s effectiveness of risk management, governance, and control processes.  

Perform audits of internal controls related to business units and financial operations. 

Test and evaluate the Company’s compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley. 

Review management oversight and controls over operations, safeguarding of assets, reliability of financial and management reporting, and compliance with laws and regulations.

Conduct proactive fraud audits to identify potential fraudulent activity.


Education:  Bachelors degree from an accredited university required. (preferable Information Systems or Technology degrees). 

Experience:  8 years related experience.

Additional Information

  1. Advanced degree in a relevant field of study is preferred.

  2. Relevant professional certification is preferred (e.g., CISA, CIA, CPA, etc.). 

Salary Range
$92,000.00 - 131,000.00
per Year
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Columbus, OH 43224, US
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