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Internal Audit is in the midst of transformation to re-imagine our assurance role. We are adopting an enhanced risk-based approach, integrated with data analytics and visualization, coordinated assurance and process improvements to support our goal of enhancing and protecting organizational value through insightful, impactful assurance and advice.
We are seeking a Senior Manager for our Cyber Security & Technology Infrastructure Audit team to accelerate and enable our strategy, goals and transformation efforts. In this role, you will have global responsibility to provide independent, objective risk assessment and evaluation of the effectiveness of risk management practices, internal controls and governance processes. Your portfolio will primarily consist of audit engagements within the Global Security Services and Technology Infrastructure teams which includes responsibility for execution of the enterprise wide Cyber Security audit strategy and coverage across the globe.
Day-to-day responsibilities include leading a team to plan, scope and execute risk-based audits in addition to driving strategic and transformational initiatives in our teamAlso, requires you to work with Management in achieving their business objectives and providing risk insights and advising in key initiatives while remaining independent and objective.
What will you do?
Leadership & People Management:
Lead and coach a team of internal audit professionals at the individual audit or strategic initiative / project level.
Implement outcomes from the audit modernization program by leading the individual audit team members through the process changes.
Manage resource planning to ensure that there are sufficient engagement resources to meet plan for the individual audit.
Take personal responsibility for a complete, multi-stage project (audit) in own area.
Participate in RBC or Internal Audit related social, charitable or inclusion committees.
Audit and Assurance:
Lead planning and execution of individual audits in the annual plan or participate in audits, ensuring effective audit practices for audits, continuous monitoring and issue follow up process.
Prepare deliverable such as issue memos and audit reports for review and approval by Director / Senior Director.
Participate in the execution of continuous monitoring programs which includes regular interviews, gathering and evaluation of information from our business partners.
Evaluate and test whether appropriate and accurate internal control information is being gathered and reported.
Applies proven risk management techniques, models and tools to key risks.
Understand the IT risks of the proprietary technology in the supported platform in order to identify key risks and controls, for better audit planning and execution.
Identifies the business implications of changes and trends in IT.
Data Analytics and Technology:
Applies innovative automation and advanced analytical techniques to test hypotheses and add insights into audit findings.
Understands concepts of data lineage and data stewardship in order to develop effective data analytics that provide the insights.
Identifies appropriate analytical techniques based on the data and audit objectives.
Relationship Building and Client Experience:
Key contact for our business partners during audit fieldwork and reporting.
Responds to enquiries from business leaders during fieldwork and reporting.
Leverages stakeholder relationships to advance business and project objectives.
Prepares solutions to address potential roadblocks raised by others in response to recommendations.
Creates an open and constructive environment for negotiation and assures all parties that a fair solution will be attained.
Initiate and lead discussions between parties to explore differences and help find common grounds
What do you need to succeed?
6+ years of technology audit, risk management or compliance experience, including a proficiency in auditing principles and techniques.
Undergraduate degree (Preferred: Business, IT, Engineering, Security, or other similar) with professional auditing or risk management designation (one or more of the following: CPA, CA CISA, CISSP, CRISC, CIA or other cyber security designations).
Demonstrated knowledge and experience of select IT infrastructure and cyber audit, cyber security, risk management or compliance capabilities.
Working knowledge of the Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology (COBIT) and NIST Cyber Security Framework (CSF)
Technology/business experience in a financial institution or technology company, dealing with multiple business platforms, business processes, geographies, and legal entities.
Demonstrated leadership experience with the ability to create an inclusive work environment, motivate/inspire staff to a high performing culture that has a forward thinking management practices.
Strategic leadership skills with a focus on continuous improvement and operational excellence best practices.
Strong project and audit engagement management capabilities.
Proficient in bringing internal and external data points together to provide thoughtful analysis.
Strong relationship management skills with the ability to build credibility and trust with stakeholders and senior leaders.
Advocate for the good of RBC and have the courage to look beyond how we do things today.
What's in it for you?
The opportunity to:
Work and collaborate in a dynamic and fast pace environment which is transforming.
Work with leaders who support your development through coaching and managing opportunities to help you achieve success as you define it.
Lead a high performing team to grow and develop capabilities in line with business objectives.
Receive a comprehensive Total Rewards Program including bonuses and flexible benefits and competitive compensation.
We thrive on the challenge to be our best, progressive thinking to keep growing, and working together to deliver trusted advice to help our clients thrive and communities prosper. We care about each other, reaching our potential, making a difference to our communities, and achieving success that is mutual.
JOB SUMMARY City: Toronto Address: 20 King Street Work Hours/Week: 37.5 Work Environment: Office Employment Type: Permanent Career Level: Experienced Hire/Professional Pay Type: Salary + Variable Bonus Position Level: PL07 Required Travel(%): 0-25 Exempt/Non-Exempt: N/A People Manager: No Application Deadline: 02/11/2020 Req ID: 218878