An exciting opportunity has arisen within the EMEA Enterprise Technology Audit team for an Infrastructure Auditor reporting to the EMEA Enterprise Audit Manager. The successful candidate will be part of a UK-based team responsible for executing the regional and global audit plan.
J.P. Morgan’s Internal Audit Department
The Internal Audit Department provides the Board of Directors, senior management and regulators with an independent assessment of JPMorgan Chase's (‘JPMC’) control environment. Audit works closely with the Lines of Business (‘LOBs’) and their support functions to achieve its mission through the execution of a comprehensive audit program designed to test the effectiveness of the controls in place to mitigate the risks inherent in each business. The department is respected throughout the firm for the calibre of the staff and their ability to add value beyond the audit opinion. Globally, Internal Audit has in excess of 800 auditors 95 of whom are based in our London office.
The Enterprise Technology Infrastructure audit team is responsible for assessing the adequacy of the control environments across Enterprise Technology, which includes Global Technology Infrastructure, Corporate Technology and Risk and Global Cyber Security. This is achieved through a program of audit coverage that is performed and managed by a global team of integrated technology specialists.
Role Description and Key Responsibilities
As an infrastructure Auditor you will be responsible for risk assessment, control identification, development of audit testing, and completion of audit work across Enterprise Technology.
The individual must be an experienced professional who possesses good project management skills, strong relationship management capabilities and is knowledgeable of the operational and control risks which exist in technology businesses in general.
The role responsibilities include:
- Business and Industry Knowledge – Demonstrable knowledge and experience of auditing infrastructure and applications technologies. Good technical knowledge of Networks, Voice, UNIX based operating systems, Novell Netware, Active Directory, Windows NT and security aspects of relationship database management systems e.g. Sybase, Oracle platforms and AML, KYC products desirable
- Methodology & Analytical Skills – Detailed understanding of internal control and risk assessment concepts and strong analytical skills to assess the impact of control weaknesses
- Partnership - Strong execution skills, ability to work independently with limited supervision and multi-task. Works well individually and in teams, shares information, and supports colleagues. Ability to create strong stakeholder relationships that promote transparency and open dialogue around control issues
- Communication - Strong verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to present complex and sensitive issues to management in a persuasive manner.
- Leadership - Ability to assess priorities, adapt to a changing environment, organize and lead resources, monitor progress and timely deliver a high quality end product. Enthusiastic, self motivated, effective under pressure
- Accountability – Proven ability to take the initiative in developing the scope and execution of audits/ projects. Seeks ways to increase efficiency and effectiveness of work performed and resources utilized. Willing to take personal responsibility/accountability
CRITICAL KNOWLEDGE & SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
- Education to degree standard (or equivalent)
- Recognized qualification (e.g. CISA, CISM,CISSP, QICA)
- Audit or relevant working experience with security and controls knowledge over various technology infrastructure platforms
All internal moves will normally take place on the same grade and same salary. Salaries are reviewed annually in February. Exceptions to the rule regarding transfer on current salary may include a move between geographic locations.