Indiana University Health Internal Audit Manager (Financial/Operational) in Indianapolis, Indiana
Reporting directly to the Chief Auditor the Internal Audit Manager will oversee the daily operations of the process/financial aspects of IU Health’s independent Internal Audit function. This includes resource planning and including assisting the Chief Auditor with the annual risk assessment. Responsible for the supervision of assurance engagements and advisory/consulting services. Leads a team of professionals, providing training, technical oversight, and performance management against the department competency framework. Ensures the overall quality of audit fieldwork, including following the department’s methodology, professional standards, and adherence to policies and procedures. Works with co-sourcing with outside providers when needed. Coordinates with other IU Health compliance and governance functions to build trust, ensure transparency, and prevent duplication of effort. Collaborates with the external auditors where need to ensure proper audit coverage and maximize reliance on internal audit work, where appropriate. Communicates engagement status and results with process owners, senior management, etc. Leads by example by demonstrating impeccable ethics and integrity.
• Requires a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Information Systems, Computer Science or other related IT discipline. A combination major/minor in the fields of Accounting/IT is preferred. Valid/Current Drivers Licenses.
• Certified Medical Transport Executive certificate within first three years of hire encouraged. Requires 5-7 years of IT Audit or relevant industry experience, with 3-5 years experience in a leadership role within the internal auditing environment preferred.
• Requires extensive understanding of concepts related to information systems audit, information security, IT general controls, application controls, network infrastructure and emerging technology risks.
• Requires demonstrated knowledge of IT governance frameworks and regulations including COBIT, ISO 27000, PCI/DSS, HIPAA/HITECH and NIST.
• Requires advanced project management skills.
• Requires ability to communicate highly technical issues to both technical and non-technical audiences.
• Requires CISA, CISM or CISSP designation, with attainment of another job-related professional designation preferred (e.g., CPA, CIA, CFE, CCSA, CMA, etc.).
• May require limited travel to affiliate locations throughout the state in order to maintain effective contact with affiliate personnel and/or perform engagement procedures.