|IT Audit Program Manager
Oversee and coordinate information technology (IT) audit activities and perform IT auditing and consulting services.
- Under the direction of the Director of Specialty Audit Services, participate in the strategic oversight of the System-wide IT audit program including the design and implementation of appropriate methodologies, frameworks, tools, and technologies. This includes coordination and facilitation of cross-institutional communication and collaboration among the System-wide IT audit team, advising and consulting with the internal audit team to identify opportunities to enhance IT audit practices and abilities System-wide, and developing, delivering, and/or coordinating training programs to assist internal audit teams in the enhancement of IT audit and consulting capabilities.
- Lead and conduct IT audits and consulting engagements at U.T. System Administration, U.T. System institutions, and System-wide. Set objectives, develop work programs, and supervise staff for U.T. System Administration and System-wide IT audits, and U.T. System institution audits upon request. Review work papers for completeness, accuracy, and compliance with Standards. Evaluate staff performance. Lead and participate in the annual IT risk assessment and audit plan development process for U.T. System Administration, and advise and/or participate in institutional annual IT risk assessment and audit plan development upon request. May conduct quality assurance reviews of institution IT audits or projects. This function requires precision and attention to detail, production of timely results, and development of strong relationships with IT staff and leadership to facilitate successful IT audit and consulting activities.
- Research and remain current on IT issues, risks, emerging technologies, audit practices, and professional standards, and apply internal control concepts and technology principles and skills to IT environments.
Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems, business, or related field. A minimum of seven years IT auditing experience and three years of supervisory or project leadership experience. Applicable certification (e.g., CISA, CISM, CISSP). Strong analytical, written/verbal communication, interpersonal, and relationship building skills.
Preferred Qualifications: Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Access, PowerBI, and/or other business productivity and intelligence tools strongly preferred. PeopleSoft experience a plus. TeamMate experience a plus. Higher education or healthcare industry experience preferred. Knowledge of computer-assisted audit tools such as IDEA, ACL, Tableau and/or PowerBI strongly preferred.