Director, IT Audit

Hicksville, NY, United States - Audit - Posted Apr 19, 2018
Requisition Number: 180000CW

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The IT Audit Director oversees the IT audit function in New York and Cleveland and effectively builds the IT audit universe. Performs risk assessments and identifies resources required to develop the Annual IT Audit Plan. Maintains and administers the IT audit plan. Reviews and approves IT audit work papers; tracks outstanding IT audit observations; and evaluates IT audit staff.



Effectively build the IT audit universe, perform risk assessments, and identify resources required to develop the Annual IT Audit Plan. Develop an IT audit plan that will include reviews of system developement and deployment, operating systems, telecommunications, applications software, data and program security, data quality, program changes, business continuity, disaster recovery, and online banking. Focus on major risk areas and reevaluate risk throughout the engagement to ensure significant risk areas are adequately and appropriately tested. Keep the Chief Audit Executive informed of changes in IT audit scope, budget and outstanding control issues on a regular and timely basis. Ensure IT audit procedures are designed to effectively and efficiently assess relevant controls to support an opinion for the engagement. Oversees the performance and completion of the IT audit procedures to provide reasonable assurance that all planned work is performed effectively and relevant contol weaknesses are identified and reported. Ensure IT audit work papers have been reviewed and documentation meets IAD and professional standards. Ensure documentation is sufficient to receive a satisfactory rating from external reviewers, i.e. KPMG, FDIC.



Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance. CPA and/or CISA certification preferred. Ten to twenty years IT audit experience in Financial Services Industry and/or Big 4 public Accounting; preferably community banking.



Familiarity with heterogeneous environment, including mainframe, client server and PC platforms. Knowledge of potential threats to data security (fraud and abuse, error and loss, natural or manmade disasters). Knowledge of the risks associated with the digital communication and information systems (online databases, intranet, internet, ecommerce, computing cloud, etc.).



New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: NYCB) is one of the 25 largest bank holding companies in the nation, with assets of $48.3 billion and a market cap of $6.4 billion at June 30, 2017. With deposits of $28.9 billion and 255 branches in Metro New York, New Jersey, Florida, Arizona, and Ohio, NYCB also rank among the largest depositories in the United States. NYCB operates through two banks with eight local divisions - New York Community Bank a savings bank with 225 branches throughout our five-state franchise; and New York Commercial Bank which has 30 branches. With a longstanding reputation for strength, stability and service, NYCB is proud to be committed to the communities it serves. To learn more about the NYCB Family of Banks visit us at


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