Staff Auditor


The Internal Audit team's mission is to call attention to risks, and drive actions to address those risks, to protect Take-Two, its labels (Rockstar and 2K) and gamers who play the Company's titles. As a Staff Auditor, you'll be part of a tight-knit team partnering with diverse business groups responsible for creating, publishing, and supporting some of the most popular and critically-acclaimed games in the world. You'll have the opportunity to participate in Sarbanes Oxley testing efforts, risk assessments and operational processes for a variety of business risk areas.

At Take-Two, we focus intently on providing quality support to our labels to produce exactly the kind of games we would want to play ourselves. A career at Take-Two is about passion and commitment, to the projects and to each other, all the while working on some of the most rewarding and challenging projects to be found in the technology sector with some of the most talented people in the industry. You enjoy working in a dynamic environment, are passionate about technology, and can think out-of-the-box to identify risks, make valuable recommendations on controls, and influence changes and decisions.


The Staff Auditor is responsible for the execution of SOX and audit engagements aligned with the Company's Annual Internal Audit & SOX Compliance Plan. The Staff Auditor is responsible for the following primary activities:

  • Performing walkthroughs and testing of internal controls within the company's business units to ensure compliance with Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act - up to 60% of time
  • Analyzing and documenting business process flows
  • Understanding the technology supporting business processes
  • Identifying and assessing risks and evaluating key control activities within business processes
  • Identifying and developing recommendations to provide for productivity savings and/or enhance operational efficiencies
  • Assisting in the communication of findings and recommendations to all levels of departmental and operating unit management verbally and through concisely written reports
  • Assisting with other projects as they arise
  • Assisting with various administration tasks

Other responsibilities include:
  • Developing an understanding of the organization as a whole
  • Developing and fostering strong professional relationships within the company
  • Building the department's standing and credibility throughout the organization
  • Taking a proactive role in departmental continuous improvement initiatives

  • Bachelor's degree (accounting, finance or equivalent)
  • CPA or similar qualification preferred
  • 2+ years of professional experience in public accounting, internal audit, and/or consulting
  • Strong written & oral communication and presentation skills
  • Highly motivated with strong analytical skills, willing and able to learn new business and system processes quickly
  • Strong organizational and follow-up skills including the ability to handle competing priorities and meet deadlines
  • Detail-oriented approach with ability to work flexibly in order to manage changing priorities
  • Strong PC skills, including MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint; knowledge of JD Edwards an advantage
  • Ability to travel up to 10% domestically and internationally

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