Technology Auditor, NY (Compliance, AFC, Central Functions) - Vice President
Vice President, Technology Job, Remote or Columbus, NY
Job Title Technology Auditor, NY (Compliance, AFC, Central Functions)
Corporate Title Vice President
Location New York, NY
The Principal Auditor leads or works independently on audits of a specific business/functional area/region and evaluates the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls relating to risks within those business areas. You will proactively develop and maintain professional consultative working relationships within their own function and with stakeholders inside and outside the Bank and respective support areas. You will use a range of approaches to collect relevant information to assess key risks, resolve major issues or carry out tasks. The Principal Auditor works in a co-operative manner with subject matter experts and other teams from across the function and outside the function to provide ‘front-to-back' audit coverage and actively contribute to the delivery of team plans in support of the functional and business strategies, working under limited supervision. You may occasionally participate in ad-hoc projects and special investigations.
What We Offer You
A diverse and inclusive environment that embraces change, innovation, and collaborationA hybrid working model, allowing for in-office / work from home flexibility, generous vacation, personal and volunteer days Employee Resource Groups support an inclusive workplace for everyone and promote community engagement Competitive compensation packages including health and wellbeing benefits, retirement savings plans, parental leave, and family building benefits Educational resources, matching gift, and volunteer programs
What You'll Do
Evaluate the effectiveness of internal controls relating to Technology supporting - Legal, Compliance, Anti-Financial Crime (AFC), Human Resources (HR), eDiscovery and Records Management in accordance with Group Audit methodology and the established risk assessment framework Conduct Technology assessments and continuous monitoring and complete all work assignments on a timely basis - including planned audits, ad hoc projects, and special investigations Undertake audit assignments, plan audits (e.g. documenting activity flows of the processes to be reviewed, identify risks and the key actual controls in place to mitigate the identified risks), attend meetings with internal stakeholders as and when required, draft audit reports for review by audit management, facilitate tracking of audit findings and validate closure of audit findings Participate in meetings with business auditors and provide input for business led (‘front to back') audits Develop and maintain broad regulatory knowledge & experience. Stay abreast of business/industry changes and their effect on the team's audit plan, audit methodology and risk assessments Pro-actively develop and maintain professional working relationships with colleagues, the Business and respective support areas. Work in an integrated manner with fellow team members both locally and globally as well as contribute to departmental projects and initiatives
How You'll Lead
Proactively lead and participate in day-to-day audit work, including audit planning, fieldwork, and reporting, including guiding junior team members Communicate and finalize audit findings, providing input to the executive summary of the audit report Maintaining strong stakeholder relationships with Technology management, other 1st, and 2nd line functions, as well as relationships with different teams in Group Audit
Skills You'll Need
Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science and/or related discipline and professional certification preferred (e.g., CISA, CRISC, CCSP, ITIL, Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology (COBIT), CIA, CFE, CPA, etc.) Extensive in an internal Audit role covering Technology, Security, Legal, Compliance, AFC, HR & Regulatory topics or extensive first/second line experience, Public Accounting experience an advantageA Firm commitment to maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards - and the ability to stand your ground when challenged - are key to succeeding in this role
Skills That Will Help You Excel
Solid strategic and analytical thinking, with dedication to continuous development and strong verbal/written communication and presentation skills The ability to multi-task assignments, prioritize workloads with minimal supervision and work well within local and distributed teams Familiarity with large, international bank organizations and associated compliance and regulatory environment
It is the Bank's expectation that employees hired into this role will work in the New York, NY office in accordance with the Bank's hybrid working model.
Deutsche Bank provides reasonable accommodations to candidates and employees with a substantiated need based on disability and/or religion.
The salary range for this position in New York City is $175,000 to $220,000. Actual salaries may be based on a number of factors including, but not limited to, a candidate's skill set, experience, education, work location and other qualifications. Posted salary ranges do not include incentive compensation or any other type of renumeration.
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