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Sr. IT Risk Analyst

Company Name:
Delphi Corporation
Sr. IT Risk Analyst
Description
Planning, organizing and performing various information technology audits, including: general controls, application controls, IT SOX Compliance, system design and development, and project
management
reviews.
Developing audit plans, scope and framework to test ITGC and automated controls.
Testing and documenting performed audit procedures in accordance with the audit framework while adhering to industry best
practices
(such as COBIT and ITIL).
Documenting and analyzing audit results and providing recommendations to the auditees to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of their IT processes by implanting industry best practices.
Providing timely status updates to senior management and auditees to ensure timely escalation of potential issues and findings.
Drafting audit reports in accordance with department standards to clearly communicate risks and core audit issues.
Position Requirements
Required:
Working knowledge of auditing SAP, Oracle database, and UNIX
Working knowledge of information technology general controls concepts in the areas of
systems
development (including design, implementation and/or assessment toward solutions), change management,
computer
operations and access to programs and data.
Pro-active and self-starter with excellent project management and communication skills (both verbal and written).
Excellent and insightful financial, analytical, interpersonal, team-building, leadership and conflict resolution skills.
Bachelor's degree & 6-8 years of IT audit related experience
CISA or CISM certification
Preferred:
Working knowledge of auditing QAD, and Progress database
CPA/CIA certification
Educational Requirements Required: Bachelor's -
accounting
, Information Systems, Information Technology
License Requirements
Req Number INF-14-00003
Location Troy Offices & Customer Center, Troy, MI
About the Organization To read more about Delphi, pleaseclick here.
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