Senior, Advisory IT-Audit


IT Auditors are responsible for auditing information systems, platforms, IT infrastructure and operating procedures in accordance with established professional standards. IT Auditors evaluate IT operations in terms of risk to the organization reviewed and assist management in the establishment of the appropriate internal controls. They determine and recommend improvements in current risk management controls and implementation of system changes or upgrades. IT Audit professionals perform high quality work for clients, exceed client expectations, and are responsible for their work.


  • Have good knowledge of standard concepts, practices, and procedures utilized to assess information systems.
  • Apply information systems control concepts in a wide variety of technology settings.
  • Assess information technology and identifying risks which warrant audit attention.
  • Evaluate the operating effectiveness of enhanced IT control processes in a variety of environments.
  • Assess the exposures resulting from ineffective or missing control practices.
  • Be adept at evaluating information system audit results from management's perspective, even when defined criteria or standards do not exist.
  • Communicate audit results, both verbally and in writing, so they are persuasive, placed in the appropriate context, and understood by the recipient.
  • Interact with a variety of people in a variety of settings.
  • Perform a wide variety of tasks and handle multiple assignments simultaneously.
  • Perform the functions of the job based on supervisor instructions, limited experience and judgment, and pre-established guidelines.
  • Provide appropriate levels of supervision review to assess that work performed by others is competently performed and meets established standards.
  • Identify opportunities for improvements for clients.
  • Be professional at all times and display a willingness to learn new concepts and ideas.
  • Exhibit creativity and innovation when recommending improvements to audit practices and processes.
  • Encourage and foster a positive workplace.
  • It is anticipated that professionals will work a minimum of 40 hours on a weekly basis (overtime may be required to meet client commitments).
  • Travel 15-25% (domestic and international).

Additional Duties included but not limited to:
  • May be given in-charge responsibilities of planning and scheduling engagements
  • May supervise other staff auditors.
  • Such other duties as may be assigned.


  • 3 - 6 years of relevant experience
  • Bachelor's degree with IT or business emphasis
  • Have or pursuing professional designations: CIA, CISA, CPA, CISSP
  • Good verbal and written communication skills including presentation skills. Foreign language a plus.
  • Strong background in Microsoft Office applications including Excel, Word, Power Point, and Access
  • Critical thinking and analytical skills

Brown Smith Wallace is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by the law. Brown Smith Wallace is committed to providing a workplace free of any discrimination or harassment.

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