FinOps Staff Auditor
In this role you will be a member of Fiserv's Corporate Assurance and Advisory Services (CAAS) Department, an international team covering a wide range and scope of audit activities in the highly regulated payments and card industry. As a Staff Auditor I, you will assist the CAAS Department in accomplishing its objectives by bringing a systematic and disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of Fiserv's governance, risk management and internal control environment by performing independent evaluations of the adequacy and effectiveness of Fiserv's operations. You will be assigned to a variety of audits including operational, compliance or IT focused under a variety of financial or info-security/cyber security regulations both in the US and internationally.
Under the guidance of the Audit Lead, you will contribute to the audit planning process and assist the Audit Lead in the execution of field work such as scheduling interviews and walkthroughs, reviewing materials, designing, and executing audit testing, analyzing results and drawing conclusions using the CAAS Audit methodology and standards within the allotted time scheduled. Additionally, you will assist the Audit Lead with documenting test results and conclusions, assisting with the preparation of the draft and final audit report and summary of issues.
Your contribution and assignment to each audit will ensure your continued development as an Auditor providing progressive exposure to the payments industry, its operational elements, and regulatory obligations.
Basic Qualifications For Consideration
Bachelor's degree with an emphasis in finance, accounting, information technology, or equivalent degree or experience in these fields
0 -2 years' experience in Internal auditing, regulatory compliance, risk management, internal controls, public accounting, or information security, preferably in a financial services or payments industry environment
Preferred Skills, Experience, And Education
Knowledge of audit and control principles and preferably experience in one of the following disciplines: Internal Audit or Exam Management, Internal Controls, Finance or Accounting, IT Security, Regulatory Compliance, or Risk Management
Sound analytical and critical thinking, ability to develop strong interpersonal relationships and excellent communication skills (written, oral and listening)
Results driven and committed to the objective with a drive to succeed and meet deadlines.
Computer proficiency, specifically Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
Travel required: Up to 30%