Audit Department Description
JPMC’s Audit Department, which is comprised of over 900 auditors globally, reports to the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors and is further accountable to the Chairman and CEO, senior management and regulatory agencies. Audit is an independent risk assessment function established within the organization to evaluate, test and report on the adequacy and effectiveness of management’s system of internal control.
Audit Professional Practices is responsible for maintaining and enhancing practices, policies and tools used by the Audit Department globally. This team centrally manages the Audit Department’s core business processes, partnering with senior members of the department to continually enhance these functions. The primary responsibilities of the team include the ongoing development of audit practices, policies and supporting tools, budgeting and management reporting, department technology infrastructure and automated auditing support, training and recruiting.
This position encompasses opportunities to develop and deliver strategic solutions in support of best-in-class audit practices and techniques and to continuously drive and influence positive change throughout the department globally. This highly visible position will report to the head of the Audit Practices and Policies team.
Continually enhance the framework for critical audit practices, policies and processes, including annual planning and risk assessment, audit execution methodology, continuous auditing and the related technologies
Develop business requirements used to create, maintain and enhance state of the art and reliable audit technologies
Keep abreast of pertinent industry and regulatory developments; influence and implement changes to audit practices, policies and/or tools
Develop and drive enhancements to selected training materials
Positively and creatively influence needed department change and champion critical department change initiatives; help others to anticipate and manage through change
Build and maintain key relationships across the Audit department, establishing a culture of engagement and adding value to the department