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IT Audit Manager

Location: 

Charlotte, NC, US, 28211

 

Requisition ID:  85425 

Posting Locations: Charlotte

 

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REFRESH your career by joining our exceptional team! Coca-Cola Consolidated, the largest bottler in the U.S., is looking for an IT Audit Manager! 

 

Things you should know about working as an IT Audit Manager:

The Consolidated Audit & Advisory Services (“CAAS”) IT Audit Manager is responsible for collaborating with the IT team to successfully manage the Company’s IT SOX program requirements, including coordinating the annual IT SOX risk assessment program and executing the Company’s annual IT SOX testing program.  This position is also responsible for supporting the Company’s cybersecurity risk mitigation programs, which are owned and managed by the IT team.  Further, the position is also responsible for managing one or more audit engagements (both IT and non-IT) with responsibility for the audit’s planning, executing and reporting procedures, as outlined by the CAAS audit plan under CAAS leadership. This position also ensures achievement of specific, previously determined audit objectives; reviews audit workpapers and deliverables, ensuring observations, risks and corrective action plans are identified, fully vetted with management and documented in a clear and concise manner.   In addition, the CAAS IT Audit Manager must have full understanding of all audit policies/procedures/practices and is responsible for building relationships with key business partners, participating in Checkpoint Program meetings, contributing to the CAAS annual planning process and providing feedback, coaching and training to CAAS teammates. 

 

What would success look like?

Specific duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Manages one or more audit engagements with responsibilty for the audit’s planning, executing and reporting procedures, as outlined by the CAAS audit plan and CCCI Policy and under CAAS leadership; whereby, audit engagements include processing documentation; performing risk/control analysis and testing/conclusions regarding the effectiveness of management control procedures
  • Reviews audit workpapers and deliverables, ensuring audit objectives were met and observations, risks and corrective action plans are identified, fully vetted with management and documented in a clear and concise manner.
  • Collaborates with the Company’s IT team to help support the Company’s cybersecurity risk management incident response programs, which may involve independent audit or advisory programs to assess the effectiveness of the Company’s various cybersecurity roadmap initiatives.
  • Plans and executes annual SOX management control testing activities and specific PwC “assist” substantive audit testing in direct support of annual PwC audit, while assisting CAAS leadership with review and management of SOX management control testing activities and PwC “assist” work, when requested.  Heavy focus on IT controls and continuing to enhance the PwC IT relationship is critical.
  • Performs audit observation follow-up exercises, which include coordination with business partners to examine the timeliness and effectiveness of their corrective action plans, as communicated in formal audit reports as well as assists CAAS leadership with review and management of audit observation follow-up exercises.
  • Performs various administrative tasks respective of CAAS audit plan (timekeeping, internal meetings, maintaining learning requirements) and assists with interviewing process for CAAS senior and staff positions.
  • Manages, leads, and motivates a team to deliver results by communicating company goals, safety practices, and deadlines; engaging and developing teammates through effective performance management, coaching and training; implementing continuous improvement methods while maintaining customer focus; and embodying company purpose and values to inspire servant leadership.
  • Builds relationships with key business partners and participates in Checkpoint Program meetings by supporting specific request initiatives from key business partners and assisting with CAAS annual planning.

Must also have the following demonstrated knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Attention to detail, excellent written and oral communication skills;
  • Ability to lead and prioritize multiple assignments with time-sensitive and critical deadlines;
  • Ability to provide mentoring and coaching to Sr. Auditors/Sr. Auditors II and Staff Auditors;
  • Responsive customer service skills and ability to interact with Sr. Leadership; 
  • Continuous improvement mindset;
  • Ability to think quick on their feet and outside the box to resolve difficult situations;
  • Strong Analytical and self problem solving abilities and understanding of data; and
  • MS Office including Excel, Word and PowerPoint.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education and Experience

 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Computer Science, Business, Internal Audit, Finance or related field
  • Professional certification of CISA, CPA, CISSP or CISM
  • 5-7  years of experience with financial reporting/SOX control environment or equivalent relevant work experience

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Education and Experience

 

  • Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Accounting, Computer Science or Internal Audit
  • Professional certification of CISA, CPA, CISSP or CISM
  • 5-7  years of experience with financial reporting/SOX control environment or equivalent relevant work experience

 

Environment/Working Conditions

  • Office Environment

 

All candidates will be subject to pre-employment testing: Background Check, Drug Screen, and Physical Abilities Test (if applicable).

 

 

Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.