This position conducts audits of the administrative, general and application controls governing information systems and telecommunications in accordance with the annual audit plan. The Audit Services department assists senior management and the Board of Directors in evaluating the effectiveness of risk, control and governance processes through the performance of internal audits, consulting and other activities. The IS Senior Auditor, Audit Services plans and completes assigned audit projects and serves as the lead auditor when performing audits with other audit personnel. Supports the Audit Services department operations in conformance with the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing, and supports, in coordination with the IS Manager/Supervisor, Audit Services, the mentoring and development of an effective Audit Services team that delivers value-added, high impact, customer-focused internal audit and consulting services. The Audit Senior, Audit Services is responsible for participating in the continuous quality assurance and process improvement program which is designed to ensure the Audit Services department effectively contributes to the achievement of Trinity Health's goals and objectives, consistent with its Charter as approved by governance.
A Bachelor's degree in Information Systems, business administration or accounting is required. A Master's Degree in a relevant field is desirable. A Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) designation is required and a Certified Public Accountant ("CPA"), Certified Internal Auditor ("CIA") and/or Certified Fraud Examiner ("CFE") designation also strongly encouraged. Past work experience must include three (3) or more years of combined public accounting, internal audit and/or Information Technology operations experience ideally serving health care organizations. Experience in the operation of an effective internal or external audit program required. Demonstrates an understanding of financial operations, financial accounting and reporting, and auditing principles as applied to health care organizations, and internal control systems and procedures typically found in health care operations. Demonstrates an understanding of the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing, and current industry leading best practices for internal auditing practices. Demonstrates appropriate understanding of applicable federal and state laws and regulations pertaining to health care provider organizations and their impact on operations. Must possess project management, and written and verbal communication skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate complex financial audit, financial accounting and reporting issues to management and governance is necessary. Maintains an understanding of Organizational Integrity Program, the Standards of Conduct. Demonstrates Mission, Values and Guiding Behaviors in leadership behaviors, practices, and decisions. Ability to work collaboratively with others in the organization to build open and trusting relationships designed to achieve organizational goals, consistent with the values and mission of the organization. Strong consensus building and conflict resolution skills. Ability to respond to crises such as unscheduled audits and investigations requested by senior management or governance is required. Computer audit (ACL) experience is highly preferred. Demonstrate developing management/leadership skills. Demonstrates proficiency in the use of personal computers and possess working knowledge in the use of software used in a typical office environment (e.g. word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, etc. [Windows, Word, Excel, GroupWise, Internet/intranet, Visio PowerPoint and Access]) and able to utilize computerized audit software (e.g. ACL).