Montash have been engaged by a Leading FMCG Company to source an IT SOx Tester for an initial 3 months in London.
The client are looking for an IT SOx Tester to work on the implementation of a SOx controls framework to allow them to perform SOX controls assessment, remediate any gaps and achieve SOx compliance. The role is based in London and is paying £550 per day.
The role will involve regular work outside of traditional hours (9-5pm) to cater for the global time zones. You will be required to run conference calls in the evening or early morning. These can be done remotely if needed. The role may also include travel internationally for 2 weeks during the 3 month contract.
* Perform and document test of IT SOx controls (mainly IT General Controls in Logical Access, Change Management, Program Development and Computer Operations).
* Engage with Control Owners, Control Operators, to walk-through controls, request populations and obtain required evidences.
* Conduct meetings by him/herself with the objective of discuss findings and advise on potential mitigations/compensating controls with Control Owners and Control Operators.
* Update progress of testing in internal tools - SAP (GRC) and Sharepoint.
* The role reports directly to the IT SOx Test Manager, but candidates must be able to technically conclude testing results independently (pass, fail).
* May need to support and/or supervise less experienced Testers (Quality Assurance) whilst still performing own tests.
- Strong IT Audit (Internal or External) or other IT SOx Testing experience spread among all the Domains (Access, Program Change, Program Development, Computer Operations)
- Be able to work in alternative hours as needed (outside of 8am-5pm) to cater for global time zones) - e.g. run conference calls in the evening or early morning. These can be done remotely, if needed.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
Nice to Have
- Work experience acquired from Big 4
- CISA certified
- Experience in using SAP GRC as testing tool.
- Degree in IT or Computer Science