Technology Assurance Manager, Risk & Assurance

Our client, is looking for a Technology Assurance Manager, Risk Assurance to join their growing team

Principal duties and responsibilities
The principal duties of the Technology Risk Manager will be to:
  • Manage a portfolio of assignments and undertake internal technology risk audits and other standalone technology consultancy work to a range of assignments.
  • Both supervise a team and undertake, for more complex clients, the GITC work alongside the audit practice.
  • Manage client relationships on a day-to-day basis.
  • Engage with the local partner group to build relationships and establish strategies to go to market.
  • Ensure effective and timely knowledge sharing across the engagement and back to the Firm.
  • Assist with monitoring work flows and resource requirements to ensure efficient use of staff.
  • Participate in team meetings and assist with the training of junior staff.
  • Carry out research and assist with the development of new services.
  • Attend conferences and courses as a representative of the Firm/Group.
  • Work as part of a dedicated team to deliver a portfolio of services.
  • Manage the practice (including invoicing and debtor management).
Specialist/technical knowledge and experience
Specific qualifications that would be desirable include:
  • A recognised IT audit qualification such as CISA, CISPP, or equivalent.
  • A recognised project management qualification such as PRINCE 2, or equivalent.
  • Experience in data analytics tools and/ coding in the analysis of data.
Demonstrable experience in IT audit, either in practice or industry, and a number of the following areas will also be desirable:
  • Delivery of IT based internal audit projects, including development of and annual audit programmes and scoping against recognised standards.
  • Management of the delivery of risk based technology internal audit services.
  • Development of technology risk assignment scopes, risk assessments and work papers.
  • Delivery of standalone technology risk engagements, examples including business continuity planning, information governance, data protection (including the General Data Protection Regulations) and cybersecurity.
  • Management or performance of the mapping of IT processes and infrastructure.
  • Experience with a range of sectors, including not for profit, financial services, corporates and pensions.