The successful candidate will demonstrate solid audit techniques, the ability to be a knowledge leader, and the relationship skills needed to build lasting, collaborative, partnerships while working as an individual contributor or as part of a broader team.
The candidate will ideally:
Lead assigned audits to identify and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the internal control environment over various systems and processes.
Assess risks and controls over operating systems, databases, infrastructure, applications and centralized processes.
Coordinate with management to plan, scope and deliver audit engagements that address key risks, evaluate controls, and seek process efficiencies as a way to meet audit's objectives, while delivering value to the stakeholders we serve.
Mentor staff auditors in completing assigned audit test plans and perform initial review of audit deliverables (e.g., detailed test plans, testing results, final reports and other formal deliverables).
Ensure adherence to internal department quality assurance standards, internal metrics, and the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) professional practices and code of conduct.
Keep current on relevant technologies and possess a desire to continuously learn via coursework, self-study, certifications, or knowledge transfer from peers.
Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Information Systems, or related operational field.
Minimum of 4 years' experience in audit, risk, or compliance.
Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).
Other related certifications a plus.
Experience auditing one or more of the following technologies: Windows Server, UNIX, LINUX, SQL / Oracle database, and ERP systems.
Impeccable written and verbal communication skills to drive crisp communication.
Strong leadership skills in dealing with stakeholders, peers, and team members to lead by both thought and example.
Solid knowledge of internal control concepts, evaluation, and testing techniques.
Familiarity with controls and leading frameworks, methodologies and standards (e.g., COBIT, COSO, ITIL, NIST, etc.).
Milwaukee - Wisconsin
Rockwell Automation, the world's largest company dedicated to industrial automation, makes its customers more productive and the world more sustainable. Throughout the world, our flagship Allen-Bradley and Rockwell Software product brands are recognized for innovation and excellence.
When you choose Rockwell Automation, you join countless talented employees who have helped us establish our leadership position in the automation industry over the past century.
You join a diverse, inclusive and global community with a passion for innovation. A place where you can partner with great minds and inspiring people. And a corporation backed by the financial strength that drives growth and career opportunities.
As much as we focus on our customers, we know our employees are key to our success and future. Helping you develop a rewarding career is a top priority. Because when you succeed, we succeed.
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