Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Sign In
The Institute of Internal Auditors North AmericaBreadcrumb SeparatorAbout UsBreadcrumb SeparatorIIA Career Opportunities

IIA Career Opportunities

Established in 1941, The IIA is an international professional association of more than 150,000 members providing certification, education, research, and guidance. Our mission is to be the global voice of the internal auditing profession: advocating its value, promoting best practice, and providing exceptional service to its members.

One of the Top 100 Companies for Working Families

Every year since 2004, The IIA has been named one of the Orlando Sentinel's Top 100 Companies for Working Families. The Orlando Sentinel publishes the list annually to recognize organizations in Central Florida that provide a family-friendly work environment and benefits. To be considered, organizations must submit details of eligibility including their core employee benefits, family-related benefits, work environment, employee communication, and training and education offerings. The IIA 's outstanding benefits package, which helped us win this prestigious award, includes a 3% safe harbor contribution and a generous discretionary annual 401(k) contribution, comprehensive health and wellness programs, tuition assistance, generous time off, and a host of other valuable benefits.

A Diverse Staff and Volunteer Structure 

The IIA is committed to valuing and encouraging diversity within its staff, its overall membership, and its volunteer leadership. "Diversity" in a global context relates not only to sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, and race, but also to religion, national origin, and ethnicity. The IIA's goal is to achieve an environment of inclusion and strength created by a diverse staff and volunteer structure. The IIA provides equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individual and does not unlawfully discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Employment decisions are based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. The IIA will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship.

IIA Career Opportunities

If you are interested in career opportunities at The IIA, please submit your résumé and cover letter with salary history to personnel@theiia.org. Please indicate the job opening in the subject line of your e-mail.

Current Job Openings
  •   Vice President, Learning Solutions

    This senior management position is responsible for ensuring — through exceptional strategic thinking, planning, management, and coordination — that The IIA remains the global leader in providing internal auditing education to members, chapters, and other stakeholders in multiple delivery media.

    Specifically, this senior executive will direct and manage a multifaceted business unit responsible for generating US $14M in revenue and controlling US $11M in operating expenses annually. This Vice President will oversee the activities of staff and volunteers to plan, develop, and execute a wide variety of timely and relevant professional development opportunities worldwide while meeting challenging financial contribution objectives.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Plan, develop, and implement educational strategies and programs to meet the needs of The IIA’s members.
    • Actively manage the financial performance of The IIA’s educational program offerings to achieve revenue targets, control expenditures, and forecast financial performance as compared with approved budgets.
    • Establish and maintain appropriate systems for measuring the performance of the Educational Programs business unit to include the development of innovative metrics for assessing the effectiveness of the variety of education-related activities.
    • Collect business intelligence data and analyze industry trends and needs to ensure relevance of product offerings.
    • Partner with other functional/departmental leaders so as to fully understand the interdependence of activities in support of The IIA’s overall agreed-upon objectives, purposes, and achievements.
    Specific assignments include:
    • Oversee the full range of The IIA's overall education offerings including conferences, seminars, on-site training programs, and e-learning offerings. These activities will include but not be limited to facilitating the development of innovative, profitable educational programs and formulating the strategies necessary to operate them.
    • Develop and oversee the execution of a strategy for providing a best-in-class experience to IIA members and customers attending various educational offerings including public seminars, Headquarters-sponsored and Regional conferences, technology-based learning offerings, and executive education events.
    • Add value to the efforts of staff facilitating the sale and delivery of on-site educational products.
    • Develop and oversee the execution of a strategy to partner with third-party organizations and independent contractors to extend and enhance IIA education offerings.
    • Serve as liaison to the Professional Development Council of The IIA.
    • Serve as a member and contribute to deliberations and activities of The IIA’s Executive Leadership Team.
    • Participate in IIA organizational meetings concerning the development of integrated customer approaches and problem identification and resolution.
    • Communicate throughout the organization (staff and volunteers) on key matters related to trends, activities, needs, results, and performance aspects — both operational and financial in nature.
    • Travel to various IIA events domestically and internationally throughout the year as needed.
    • Assist the Chief Operating Officer with the successful execution of special projects as needed.

    Supervisory Responsibilities

    Directly supervise a staff of up to five exempt professionals at the Director level who oversee the management of the conferences, seminars, technology delivery platforms, curriculum design, operations, financial analysis, and implementation of the department’s strategic plan. Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and procedures and applicable laws and regulations. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

    Qualifications

    To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below give further details and are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required.

    A bachelor’s degree or equivalent in management or other business-related field, with a master’s degree preferred; plus seven to 10 years’ related experience and/or training with at least three years’ experience successfully managing the financial and operational performance of a large, complex business unit. Association management experience, preferably with a global organization, is required; internal auditing experience in a managerial capacity would be a plus.

    Managerial Skills

    Strong management capability and business acumen is essential for this job. Sound people skills are required to ensure proper motivation, career development, and appropriate performance assessment. A track record of results where performance measurement has demonstrated this ability is required. Ability to apply managerial skills to ensure sound decision-making regarding the proper planning, monitoring, and coordination of corrective actions (as needed) to meet established objectives and goals whether operational or financial.

    Certificates, Licenses, and Registrations

    Certified Association Executive, CIA, and/or other IIA certifications are a plus.

    Apply Today

    For immediate consideration, please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary history to personnel@theiia.org.

  •   Technical Writer, Contract Positon — approximately 12 months in length

    The Professional Practices Technical Writer will be responsible for providing writing expertise during the implementation phase of the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF) Relook project. The primary emphasis will be to convert existing Practice Advisories under the current IPPF to Implementation Guidance as envisioned by the IPPF Relook Taskforce. The Technical Writer will be assigned to at least two project teams comprising subject matter experts (SMEs — experienced practitioners volunteering their time) who will provide content, advice, and direction as part of the conversion activities. It will be the Technical Writer’s responsibility to draft and rework each piece of Implementation Guidance until it is approved for publication. Other writing projects in support of Standards and Guidance as well as Advocacy may be assigned, as warranted.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    Working under the direction of the Standards and Guidance Director charged with overall implementation of the IPPF Relook project conclusions, and in concert with other Standards and Guidance Directors managing project teams:
    • Contribute as an active participant with the teams assigned the task of converting existing Practice Advisories to Implementation Guidance.
    • Summarize content from subject matter experts assigned to each Practice Advisory, and provide initial drafts of new Implementation Guidance for review, comments, and proposed edits.
    • Iteratively work with the each team to produce a final draft for each piece of Implementation Guidance to submit for approval.
    • Work with the approval processes to finalize each piece of Implementation Guidance for eventual promulgation.
    • Support the efforts of the respective project teams with administrative duties, as applicable (e.g., scheduling meetings, interviews, minute/note taking, etc.)

    Supervisory Responsibilities

    This job has no supervisory responsibilities.

    Qualifications

    To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below give further details and are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required.

    Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; and at least three years business experience with exposure to internal auditing, compliance, or other internal control/risk management-related discipline. Strong writing, editing, and proofreading skills; and the ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple projects simultaneously are essential. Technical writing experience with training in editing, English, creative writing, marketing, or a related field is preferred. Experience with an international organization is an asset to any role within The IIA. Direct internal audit experience is not required, but considered a strong plus. Project management experience also considered a strong plus.

    Apply Today

    For immediate consideration, please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary history to personnel@theiia.org.

  •   Director, Development IIARF and IAAAF

    The Director of Development will be responsible for developing and implementing the fundraising strategies for The Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation (IIARF) and the Internal Auditing Academic Advancement Fund (IAAAF), both 501(c)(3) organizations. The role will be responsible for achieving fundraising goals, engaging sponsors and partners including chapters and institutes, and directing operations for The IIARF and IAAAF including marketing and administrative management of the 501(c) (3). Develops budgets and fundraising plans for both organizations. Liaises with and supports the Fundraising Task Force, a volunteer-led leadership group. Oversees and executes implementation of IIARF and IAAAF marketing plans and other operational duties in support of fundraising goals.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Lead and execute the development and implementation of the annual development strategy and plan in support of The IIARF and IAAAF.
    • Coach and educate other staff to understand the strategy and support fundraising and marketing efforts.
    • Cultivate and nurture relationships with current and potential corporate and organizational sponsors in collaboration with Sales.
    • Develop and grow relationships with our individual donor base; manage annual giving campaigns; cultivate major gifts and sustained sources of giving.
    • Assist in the development and implementation of a comprehensive marketing strategy.
    • Develop and execute the annual fundraising plan donation tracking and reporting.
    • Manage and oversee staff responsible for data entry and gift processing.
    • Develop and oversee organization of special events including fundraising activities at conferences.
    • Develop and track proposals and reports for all foundation and corporate fundraising efforts.
    • Execute and implement Memorandum of Understanding documents and ensure that sponsors and partners are recognized appropriately and receive appropriate amenities.
    • Develop and manage the annual IIARF budget for administrative and fundraising costs. Oversee budget and forecasting activity.
    • Oversee strategic marketing and communications plans to internal and external customers of The IIARF and IAAAF.
    • Oversees various administrative functions which include:
      • Updates to The IIARF, IAAAF, and Board of Trustees member websites.
      • Promotion and coordination of the Esther R. Sawyer, Donald E. Ricketts, and the Lawrence B. Sawyer awards.
      • Coordination with IIA chapters and institutes to encourage and support research and academic efforts, including the Chapter Achievement Point and IAEP Student Retreat programs.
      • Communication with the Board of Trustees and the IAAAF Board and its subcommittees on a variety of issues.
      • Filing of key legal documents related to the corporation are completed annually and filed as appropriate.
      • Other duties as assigned by the Vice President of Research.

    Supervisory Responsibilities

    Directly supervises two employees. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

    Qualifications

    To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below give further details and are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required.

    Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) or equivalent from four-year college or university in fundraising, marketing, communications, business or a related field; Master’s degree preferred. Seven to 10 years of experience in fundraising, direct sales, marketing or business development experience in a service industry or with a non-profit; emphasis on corporate sponsorships or corporate sales is a plus. Five to eight years of proven management and leadership experience, including direct responsibility for driving revenue/contribution results. Experience working with senior-level executives in a corporate environment (C-level/VP).

    Self-starter with high energy, positive, “can-do” attitude, flexibility, teamwork, and attention to detail; high degree of self-initiative. Strong verbal communications skills and demonstrated ability to write clearly and persuasively. Demonstrated ability to think strategically and thorough understanding of strategic development in a fundraising/development role.

    Demonstrated ability to prospect, cultivate, and manage new accounts. Good computer skills and knowledge of data base programs. Demonstrated excellence in organizational, managerial, and communication skills. Experience with a 501(c)(3) professional organization would be an asset to The IIA Research Foundation and its global goals.

    Apply Today

    For immediate consideration, please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary history to personnel@theiia.org.

  •   Video Producer

    The Video Producer is responsible for managing the production of all videos from concept through end deliverables. The project oversight spans a wide breadth of video production: from full production of high quality promo/commercials to smaller/lower budget and quick-turnaround assets such as social media video posts. Collaborate with the Digital Marketing Manager on strategy, copy, design, and video departments and lead the production and execution of each video by sourcing, vetting, and managing external and internal partners (i.e., crews, in-house and freelance editors/animators/sound techs/motion graphics artists and other vendors).

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Define and manage video production and post-production processes to effectively manage video project workflow, timelines, project direction, production budget, quality and timeliness of final deliverables.
    • Consistently meet post-production deadlines.
    • Manage and act as a single point of contact for all aspects of production including hiring/procurement of talent, location, crew, props, etc. and provide oversight of all associated budgets.
    • Oversee a project calendar for all video projects and provide communication about workload, capacity, production timelines, and deadlines to all stakeholders.
    • Tightly manage video production budgets.
    • Produce a broad range of video projects, ranging from full promotional productions to low/no-budget social media.
    • Partner with account team to create, maintain, and promote successful client relationships; lead all business partner reviews and be co-lead for all business partner communications.
    • Act as a peer leader to promote junior team mentorship.
    • Present solutions, recommendations, and deliverables based on client objectives.
    • Lead creative brainstorming sessions and generate ideas for client video campaigns.
    • Understand advanced scoping and estimate creation.
    • Demonstrate meticulous attention to detail. Ensures that all details related to active projects are captured, and that necessary actions are taken in a timely manner.

    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

    • Excellent, proven creative problem-solving skills.
    • Strong experience with vendor negotiations and budget management.
    • Strong technical knowledge of the production and post-production process.
    • High level of personal integrity and personal standards for high quality work.
    • Understanding current advertising trends, creative production, and editing tools.
    • Ability to manage multiple assignments and tasks, work under intense deadlines, and quickly adapt to changing environment, goals, and input.
    • Ability to interface with various departments.
    • Must be detail and deadline oriented, with great time management skills.
    • Must be able to occasionally work off hours and weekends as needed.
    • Demonstrated ability to lead project teams from requirements gathering through to completion of project deliverables.
    • Experience developing and managing projects schedules and budgets.

    Supervisory Responsibilities

    There are no supervisory responsibilities associated with this position.

    Qualifications

    To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below give further details and are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required.

    Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) or equivalent from four-year college or university in film production, digital arts, or other related field preferred. Five or more years’ experience in video or film production required. Strong writing skills, producing, directing, and post-production with experience spanning a range of projects from low budget to full commercial production is required.

    Apply Today

    For immediate consideration, please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary history to personnel@theiia.org.

  •   Director, Conferences

    Responsible for the development and execution of all national and regional conferences held in North America (NA). Specifically, the incumbent is responsible for overall NA conference strategy, including program development, marketing, logistics, registration, finances, and working with NA chapters and relevant headquarters staff.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Oversee the development and execution of all national and regional conferences held in North America.
    • Actively investigate and develop new opportunities for conference offerings (live or virtual) including partnership and alliances.
    • Develop overall content strategy for NA conferences with the assistance of internal SME task force and external volunteer groups.
    • Manage the development of professional conference programs that meet the needs of internal audit professionals at various levels representing numerous industries.
    • Serve as Learning Solutions representative and liaison to the conference subcommittee, and niche industry boards (Gaming, Financial Services, etc.)
    • Review and approve all marketing collateral (brochures, emails, learning journals, etc.) relating to all NA conferences to ensure accuracy.
    • Collaborate with Vice President, Learning Solutions and internal and external stakeholders to develop, implement, and maintain leading-edge conference programs.
    • Travel to conference sites to evaluate the ability of The IIA programs to meet the needs of the client base. Continually modify program content and pacing to meet the needs of the clients.
    • Assist with special projects as assigned by the Vice President, Learning Solutions.

    Supervisory Responsibilities

    This job has supervisory responsibilities for one non-exempt and one exempt position.

    Qualifications

    To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

    Bachelor's degree (B.S./B.A.) or equivalent; and five to seven years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience as an internal auditor is desirable.

    Apply Today

    For immediate consideration, please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary history to personnel@theiia.org.

  •   Manager, Strategic Projects & Initiatives

    The Manager, Strategic Projects & Initiatives provides coordination and support to the Vice President, Research Foundation on various strategic, research, and departmental initiatives of The IIA Research Foundation (IIARF). In this capacity, the Manager performs a wide variety of assignments relative to in-depth projects such as the 2015 Common Body of Knowledge Study (the CBOK study), and other research or operational assignments as determined by executive staff leadership of The IIARF.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Provide support for the 2015 CBOK study, a global study conducted every 5 years that involves more than 100 Institutes around the world and more than 250 volunteer leaders, staff, researchers, and authors including coordinating translation of CBOK into 20+ languages; managing the CBOK budget and forecast; and working with IT on the implementation of technologies to support the CBOK survey and reporting deliverables.
    • Work closely with the contract project manager of CBOK, The IIARF’s managing editor of content development, and the content development editor to develop and implement a comprehensive project plan, draft requests for proposals for CBOK reports and deliverables, coordinate contracts with researchers/authors, analyze data to support survey findings, and retrieve data to support researchers/authors and other end-users.
    • Work with the vice president to transform the CBOK study to a “Continuous” Body of Knowledge that will be updated on an ongoing basis through various IIA product/service lines, technologies (existing and new) through organization wide strategic planning and implementation.
    • Develop synergies with other surveys conducted by The IIA and The IIARF, and coordinate strategic initiatives designed to achieve the mission and goals of both organizations.
    • Assists in the development, monitoring, and reporting for CBOK and other strategic initiatives which may be assigned.
    • Serve as the essential point of contact for strategic initiatives assignments, as designated from time to time by executive leadership. This position will interface with The IIARF staff, IIA’s professional services staff, IIA professional practices staff, President’s Council members, IIARF Board of Trustees members, senior volunteer leaders, Institute CEOs and their staffs, stakeholders, and others to coordinate strategic projects assigned.
    • Coordinate effectively with all necessary departments to manage the projects, surveys, and initiatives as assigned.
    • Assist in developing the budget for each project/initiative under her/his supervision, working with appropriate personnel on the same. Monitor, forecast, and report back on performance versus budget, keeping expenses within approved levels while delivering desired results.
    • Interface with senior volunteer leadership, contractors, and service providers as appropriate to see that each task is successfully completed.
    • Work in cooperation with IT staff to leverage technology and business intelligence.
    • Identify synergies between various IIA departments to reduce redundancies in surveys, leverage knowledge, and draw connection points from research data.
    • Provide timely and relevant reports to the IIA president; IIARF executive director; Vice President, Research Foundation; and others on progress on initiatives and project assignments.
    • Develop presentations, timelines, and reports to be presented to board members, volunteers, and staff related to overview and deliverables on assignments.
    • Deliver effective presentations and updates to executive staff leadership, boards, committees, and others on progress on assignments.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Supervisory Responsibilities

    There are no supervisory responsibilities for this position. However, the ability to supervise contract or temporary employees, as well as providing leadership to assist others in preparing work as requested by The IIARF executive director and the Vice President, Research Foundation, is essential.

    Qualifications

    To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below give further details and are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required.

    Bachelor’s degree (BA/BS) or equivalent; plus up to five years’ related project management experience and/or training. Experience in internal audit, finance, or project management is preferred. Strong editorial skills and graduate studies/advanced degree are a plus. Excellent project management skills, time management skills, budget, and forecasting abilities with a keen attention to detail is required.

    Additional Key Competencies:

    • A well-organized, self-motivated individual with the ability work independently, under pressure, and within short time constraints to achieve results with a high degree of accuracy.
    • Ability to manage highly confidential or complex assignments, necessitating exposure to sensitive information requiring considerable discretion, judgment, and diplomacy as well as practical knowledge of the practices and procedures of the company.
    • Ability to work effectively in a global environment and across cultural boundaries. The Manager should be highly flexible, have strong organizational abilities, and excellent communication skills.

    Apply Today

    For immediate consideration, please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary history to personnel@theiia.org.

  •   Manager, Internal Audit

    Internal Audit’s goal is to provide independent, objective assurance and consultative services designed to add value and improve The IIA’s operations and control environment. Under the guidance of the Chief Audit Executive and Director of Internal Audit (CAE), the Manager of Internal Audit will take part in evaluating the adequacy and effectiveness of The IIA’s systems of internal control. The Manager will also be responsible for performing audit assignments in accordance with The IIA’s International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing (Standards) and Code of Ethics.

    The Manager of Internal Audit designs and conducts reviews of organizational, functional, and contractual activities to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of management controls and to determine whether organizational business units are performing their planning, accounting, or control activities in compliance with management instructions, IIA policies, internal procedures, and external regulations.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    The following statements are intended to describe, in broad terms, the general functions and responsibilities of the Manager of Internal Audit. The following bullets should not be viewed as an exhaustive list of the specific duties and responsibilities.

    Under the direction of the CAE, the Manager of Internal Audit will:

    • Execute risk-based internal audits in accordance with the annual audit plan, as well as the completion of other audit assignments and projects as assigned. The Manager of Internal Audit, in conjunction with the CAE, will determine the scope of reviews.
    • Conduct risk assessments of business units and/or key business activities and recommend appropriate controls and/or actions to mitigate identified risks.
    • Review the suitability of internal control design and assess compliance with internal control procedures by (1) conducting interviews and (2) examining records, reports, operating practices, and other pertinent documentation.
    • Attend business unit meetings and/or conduct interviews to obtain an understanding of The IIA’s business units’ processes and procedures.
    • Conduct appropriate audit testing and identify reportable issues and dimension of risk.
    • In cooperation with the CAE, serve as an internal consultant and expert advisor to senior management by (1) completing audit or special project requests, (2) reviewing and/or researching concerns and issues, (3) serving as a project advisor, and/or (4) providing recommendations and requested analyses and information.
    • Complete workpapers by documenting audit scope, planning, fieldwork (e.g., audit procedures and tests), findings/observations, and recommendations in accordance with the Standards.
    • Prepare special audit and control reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing operational information and trends.
    • Contribute, as appropriate, in the year-end financial audit with the external auditor.
    • Research new or technical subjects when required to support audit or special projects.
    • Discuss audit findings and recommendations with Audit Champions.
    • Prepare audit reports in accordance with the Standards and The IIA Internal Audit Manual.
    • Assist in the development of the risk-based annual audit plan and in the execution of quarterly risk refreshes.
    • Coordinate with the CAE to track and verify the implementation of management actions addressing audit recommendations.

    Supervisory Responsibilities

    The Manager of Internal Audit has no direct reports. However, the CAE employs an intern and uses co-sourcing (i.e., third-party resources) to complete some audits and/or special projects. The Manager of Internal Audit will (1) direct and oversee the work of the intern and staff augmentation resources based on the work being performed and as assigned by the CAE and (2) perform supervisory reviews of the intern’s and contractors’ workpapers.

    Qualifications

    To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below give further details and are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university preferably in Auditing, Finance, Accounting, Information Technology (IT), or Business Administration.
    • 4 years professional experience in auditing, which includes:
      • Analyzing data, documenting findings, and presenting observations.
      • Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Standards.
      • Knowledge of proper audit techniques, procedures, and internal controls.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills. Must be able to document work performed and conclusions/observations using proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation in a professional manner.
    • Strong analytical skills.
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality and safeguard sensitive information.
    • Ability to multi-task with minimal supervision.
    • Ability to pay close attention to detail to ensure strict accuracy.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.

    Desired Qualifications

    • Use of data analytics (e.g., ACL or IDEA).
    • CIA, CRMA, or CPA Certification.
    • Experience in the conduct of IT audits.
    • Use of audit management software (e.g., TeamMate).
    • Experience in conducting enterprise risk and/or fraud risk assessments.

    Apply Today

    For immediate consideration, please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary history to personnel@theiia.org.

Top-100-2014.jpg