Information Technology Audit Manager Duties and Responsibilities
Supervises employees, plans and directs the work of staff performing audits,reviews and other assignments related to performance, compliance, operational, contract, information technology and other special projects. Monitors compliance of work products with appropriate professional audit standards. Trains staff in tools and methods for performing effective and efficient audits, reviews and special projects. Motivates staff to improve quality and quantity of work performed and evaluates performance according to professional standards and performance criteria.
Monitors Office of Independent Internal Audit (OIIA) business plans, recommends policy and procedure changes, monitors implementation of OIIA procedures by staff, monitors work processes of staff, and implements innovative methodologies for audit work processes. Participates in the development of the OIIA annual work plan and monitors implementation throughout the year.
Keeps informed of current audit and DeKalb County issues and concerns; ensures Director those issues and concerns are integrated into the engagement work plan as each assignment is initiated. When appropriate, recommends work plan adjustments to the Chief Audit Executive of Audit.
Provides counsel and direction to DeKalb County officials and other entities on matters related to the OIG policies, work plans, assignments, reports and related matters. As authorized in HB 599, all officers and employees of DeKalb county shall furnish the position incumbent unrestricted access to employees, information, and records including electronic data within the their custody regarding powers, duties, activities, organization, property financial transactions contracts and methods of business required to conduct an audit or otherwise perform audit duties. In addition, they shall provide access for the position incumbent to inspect all property, equipment and facilities within their custody.
Performs other duties as directed.
Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy, Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, or related field. Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certificate required. Candidates must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in auditing, evaluation or analysis and two of those years in government or public sector auditing.