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    Default senior i.t auditor role with Deloitte? Anyone work/worked for them?

    Hello,

    Was contacted about below role..Opinions from any it auditors on here??


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    Deloitte is the leading provider of risk services and therefore offers a wide array of high profile projects and with clients that are leaders in their industry. Deloitte Risk Advisory offers a wide array of services designed to understand IT and business risks, determine acceptable exposure levels, implement controls, and provide follow-up and constant monitoring in the risk and regulatory environment.

    About the team

    The controls assurance section of Deloitte Risk Advisory offers a variety of services designed to identify, develop and test internal control policies and procedures within a clients' business information technology environments. We partner with clients in both an assurance and consulting capacity. Based on unprecedented demands for our services, we are looking to recruit an individual at a ‘Senior’ level to join our expanding team.

    The Opportunity

    Deloitte has an excellent career opportunity for an IT Auditor at a 'Senior' or ‘Semi-Senior’ grade to work in the Risk Advisory department. You will be given the opportunity for personal development and on-going training towards completion of a relevant qualification.

    Working as a Senior consultant you will be involved in external and internal IT audits, IT specialist/ best practice reviews and implementations.

    About You


    Desire to work in a constantly changing environment as part of a team of IT specialists
    Ideally client facing experience in the provision of IT audit services for 2-3 years
    Ability to manage a number of projects, meet deadlines and manage stakeholder expectations
    Knowledge of IT standards and frameworks such as COBIT and ISO27002.
    Professional certification such as CISA or equivalent that establishes credibility and capability
    Knowledge of auditing IT systems across various platforms including SAP and Oracle would be desirable
    Strong problem solving and communication skills
    Excellent report writing skills
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    Anyone?
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    They are one of the big 4 accounting firms, so they will emphasize billable hours. I never worked for Deloitte, but the big 4 are for the most part the same. You can most likely expect long hours and possibly lots of travel, even if you live in a major city. Knew someone who worked for PwC, lived in NY but basically dumped his apartment since he was only home for a few days a month.
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    As infosec123 points out, they are among the top four accounting and auditing companies in the world. The hours are long and travel extensive (but my understanding you can easily get elite airline statuses from all the traveling lol).
    I heard the compensation is pretty good though, and having a big name firm like Deloitte on your resume will look damn good.
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    As said above, Deloitte is a big 4 firm, that audits everywhere. If you are familiar with the structured auditing world, you should have a pretty good idea of what they do. As a senior, you would likely be in charge of the client audit engagements, if not performing them on your own.

    Definitely go after a CISA or other auditing certification.
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    I've known a few auditors and one thing I can vouch for is the travel. It's basically project based work and you go where the billable hours take you.....
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    yes i have a fair idea about Deloitte already was more looking for an auditors view on the role...have not worked in an audit role before.
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    This looks like a fairly standard auditing role.

    I recently moved to a 'big 4' consulting firm to do incident response. While I primarily do IR/investigations, I recently helped out in an audit engagement because the team needed another technical body. If you have any specific questions, I'd be happy to provide my perspective.
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