IT Auditor, Leading Consumer Goods Multinational, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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Europe The Netherlands
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Audit & Risk
IT Audit, Technology & Cyber Security

A leading consumer goods multinational is seeking a certified IT auditor (ideally from a Big 4 background). Global travel is involved.

IT Auditor Job Responsibilities:

  • Evaluating internal controls and processes for global systems and compliance with government control frameworks (SOX).
  • Safeguarding company assets and management information, as well as internal control improvement reviews.
  • audit assignments including SOX compliance testing, and continuous department improvement
  • Review background information
  • Identify key risks and challenges
  • Derive audit objectives and scope from the assessment of key risks and challenges
  • Draft the Planning Memorandum for review by the Regional Director.
  • Completing audit assignment tasks within allotted timeframes.
  • Gather, analyse and interpret data
  • Organise meetings and conduct interviews
  • Perform testing of controls
  • Identify and discuss findings and recommendations
  • Complete documentation to quality standards
  • Suggest enhancing audit processes and programmes and the effectiveness the Internal Audit function with a focus on IT infrastructure
  • Participate in the development of MS platforms, LINUX, Oracle DBs
  • Provide training and coaching to junior colleagues


  • Experience with technology infrastructure and/or SAP either from IT operations or IT auditing.
  • Ability to communicate well in written and spoken English, for example report writing and presenting information.
  • Competency with MS Office and ACL data analysis tools.
  • Operational / audit experience of IT infrastructure with a focus on MS platforms / SAP.
  • Understanding of IT support systems, business processes infrastructure controls and business process controls
  • Applying internal audit techniques and standards, risk and control principles and relevant policies and procedures to audit work

For more information, contact Paul Jarett at