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IT Audit Manager

IBC Bank

IBC Bank

IT
San Antonio, TX, USA
Posted on Saturday, November 11, 2023

IBC Bank successes are the result of an aggressive and innovative attitude. The Bank's "We Do More" philosophy reflects it's dedication to the growth and success of it's employees, customers and communities. IBC bank hires talented, creative and dedicated individuals to help our business succeed. We are a company that values leadership, community engagement and relationship building that leads to a culture of excellence. We are currently seeking to fill positions across all business segments. IBC's focus is to be customer centric and strive to provide excellent customer experience.

Time Type:

Full time

Department:

670 Internal Audit Services

Job Summary:

The IT Audit Manager is responsible for planning and conducting audits i.e., operational, IT, compliance, special projects, and ensuring internal audit efforts are sufficient to effectively evaluate systems of internal control and operating procedures with the International Bank of Commerce, in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards.

Supervises and participates in ongoing reviews of areas assigned to monitor the efficiency of operations, attainment of corporate objectives, effectiveness of management, and makes recommendations effecting cost reduction and earnings improvement.

Job Description:

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

The statements on this job description are intended to describe the general nature of level of work being performed by incumbents. They are not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required by all incumbents.

Assist with the administrative duties of the department; assist in planning, budgeting, and assigning the audit work; review the audit work performed by the staff auditor; review the reports and finalizing the reports and responses together with the Audit Partners and Senior Auditor; attend the Audit Committee Meeting together with the Audit Partners and Senior Auditor to report on all reports issued by the Internal Audit Department and/or reports prepared by outsourcing.

  • To accomplish audit work in accordance with acceptable audit standards, plans, budgets, and stipulated schedules.
  • Reviews and approves the purpose, objective, scope, and audit approach of IT Audit projects.
  • Reviews and submits for approval audit program revisions and additions. Determines the audit procedures to be used, including statistical sampling and the use of computer-assisted audit techniques (CAATs).
  • To supervise the activities and work of IT staff auditors assigned to conduct reviews of IT and operational activities. Directs, counsels, instructs, and guides staff auditors to see that the approved audit objectives are met, and that adequate coverage is achieved.
  • Reviews audit staff work for sufficient scope and for accuracy to ensure that it adequately supports audit findings. By review, determines that staff members meet the performance standards. Monitors work papers and fieldwork to assure adherence to generally accepted auditing standards and determines the effectiveness of audit efforts.
  • Makes oral or written presentations to management during and at the conclusion of the examination, discussing deficiencies, and recommending corrective action to improve operations and reduce cost.
  • Reviews and edits audit reports to report audit findings and to make recommendations for correcting unsatisfactory conditions, improving operations, and reducing cost. Participates in discussing the reports with appropriate management.
  • Reviews and evaluates responses to internal audit reports to ensure the adequacy of corrective action and monitors action deemed inadequate until resolved.
  • Appraises the adequacy of the action taken to implement recommendations.
  • To maintain effective working relations with executive and operating management.
  • Schedules projects and staff assignments to accomplish to audit plan in an efficient and effective
  • manner.
  • Participates in reviewing and evaluating new systems prior to implementation to ensure controls are adequate and systems are in compliance with established procedures and policies.
  • Participates in management meeting at varying levels when auditing expertise is needed and frequently represents Internal Audit Services at such meetings.
  • Directs, develops, counsels, and guides those supervised (when assigned) through a combination of goal setting, delegation, training, and performance reviews.
  • Coordinates audit efforts with external auditors.
  • Controls travel expenses in line with the Department business plan.
  • Performs special projects as requested by the Internal Audit Services.
  • Other general audit duties in support of Internal Audit Department.
  • Help coordinate general annual compliance of FDICIA management reporting requirements.
  • Participates in recruiting efforts of the Internal Audit Department to ensure a ready supply of high caliber staff members.
  • Stays abreast of Federal and State laws and FFIEC regulations, accounting principles and auditing standards, and communicates pertinent issues to subordinates.
  • Maintains membership and participates in the activities of business, banking, and other professional organizations in order to maintain professional competence and certification.
  • Listens and responds to employee concerns as part of Bank’s Grievance Procedures and ensures that personnel practices in areas supervised conform to International Bank of Commerce personnel policies and progress is made toward Affirmative Action goals.

SKILLS

The IT Audit Manager must be capable of communicating effectively in order to persuade others to accept a point of view; to solve problems and effectively delegate work; to plan, forecast and set goals and standards; to organize own work and listen effectively; and to judge when to act independently or refer to higher authority.

Must demonstrate an active effort to achieve certification in a reasonable time as a CPA, CIA, or CISA, and application audit experience desirable.

EDUCATION

Accounting, CIS, Finance, or a comparable degree in other business specialty with 18-24 hours of

accounting.