Wells Fargo is seeking a highly motivated individual with a strong understanding of governance and information technology controls to join our Governance and Oversight team as an IT financial control subject matter expert (SME). The Governance and Oversight team has enterprise-wide exposure to key stakeholders within the external financial reporting infrastructure and is a component of the Enterprise Controls & Oversight group that reports to the Chief Accounting Officer.
The team supports the company’s on-going objective of maintaining an industry leading financial and regulatory reporting control environment and is responsible for the following directives:
Providing meaningful assessments of the current financial and regulatory reporting control environment, including internal control over the Company’s financial and regulatory reporting environment and underlying information systems.
Development, governance and oversight of Well Fargo & Company’s COSO based policies for internal controls over financial and regulatory reporting. Strategic planning to maintain industry leading financial and regulatory reporting COSO polices and proactive anticipation of internal control related matters
Monitoring new and emerging internal control and financial and/or regulatory reporting related guidance and issues and assist with facilitating group-wide training to interested and impacted stakeholders
Providing consultation and subject matter expertise for process and information technology control related matters, including evaluating severity of control deficiencies and related remediation efforts
Providing process and control support and thought leadership for EC&O sponsored projects
Interfacing with regulators, external auditors, and other stakeholders on control related matters
Acting as a change agent for continual improvement of the control environment and building/adopting best practices
This individual will be governance & oversight subject matter expert with an emphasis on financial and regulatory reporting and information technology risks and controls that are subject to COSO-based policies. Specific responsibilities include:
Communicating and providing strategic consultation to senior leaders throughout the organization
Providing technical interpretation of guidelines or reporting of results of the most complex elements of the company’s COSO policy and Governance & Oversight framework
Leading initiatives around process design, identification of important risk points, evaluating severity of control deficiencies and monitoring of related remediation efforts
Providing process and control support and thought leadership for governance and oversight related projects
Leading the implementation of complex projects/initiatives with cross-enterprise impacts
5+ years of Finance, Accounting, Analytics, Reporting or Business and Technology Audit experience, or equivalent demonstrated through one or a combination of the following: work experience, training, military experience, education
Ability to manage effectively in a matrixed organization
Big four public accounting experience and/or financial services industry experience
Audit or internal controls testing experience
Knowledge and understanding of Information Technology audit and risk management
Experience evaluating control deficiencies and related remediation activities
Highly refined and professional verbal and written communications
Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities
Knowledge and understanding of regulatory agencies: Federal Reserve and OCC
Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)
Experience with technology related regulatory requirements and frameworks including: FFIEC, COBIT, COSO, NIST, ITIL
A Master of Business Administration or designation as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Experience with relationship building and collaboration with stakeholders spanning multiple levels from staff level to senior and executive management
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