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We are looking for an experienced data analyst with an eye for risk and a passion for improving data quality across our organization. You will help our Internal Audit Analytics program by incorporating a data-first perspective into planned audits and through collaboration with management on company wide projects. You will bring an inquisitive approach to complex and unstructured problems and use data analysis to answer important business questions and inform decision-making. You will report to the Senior Manager - Internal Audit and work collaboratively with our entire audit team . This is a hybrid position requiring 2-3 days a week at our company headquarters in Manhattan (remaining days of the workweek can be remote).
Query, mine, and analyze large datasets and use data analytics tools to support and audit management's data reporting assertions
Perform risk assessments and recommend process improvements or audit tests to mitigate existing data risks
Keep the Senior Manager, Executive Director, and business leaders informed of project status and issues, assisting them in making strategic decisions
Conduct interviews with important partners to understand, document and interpret business processes, data flows, trends, and patterns in complex data sets
You will partner with management to investigate data issues and validate fixes implemented
Identify manual processes and support development of automated solutions
Stay up to date with new tools to assist the team in creating the most efficient data solutions
Bachelor's degree in technology discipline: Computer Science, Information Systems, Business Analytics or degree in other field with relevant experience
2+ years experience in analytical roles with related audit and data analytics exposure
Advanced skills in SQL and relational databases
Experience with Business Intelligence platforms (Mode, Chartio, Sisense, etc.) and proficiency in excel (can perform complex functions)
Proficiency in r and python languages, and audit analytics software such as ACL (Audit Command Language)
Experience testing the design and effectiveness of internal controls and familiarity with accounting, finance, and risk concepts
Demonstrated success collaborating across teams of analysts, technologists, operations and finance managers, including the ability to understand objectives and gather requirements
Comfort in interpreting existing data models and distilling analysis to executive summary level
The annual base pay range for this role is between $85,000.00 and $105,000.00
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