Truist SOX Manager in Charlotte, North Carolina
Req ID: R0037695
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1st shift (United States of America)
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SOX Program Management (SPM) coordinates Truist's efforts to ensure that all significant financial reporting controls are identified and testing is performed to evaluate the operating effectiveness of the controls in connection with Sections 404 and 302 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991 (FDICIA).
Responsible for executing a governance and oversight program that guides, monitors, evaluates, and reports on the effectiveness of internal control over financial reporting. Determines in-scope processes, applications, models and infrastructure for annual Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) testing.
Responsible for providing guidance on SOX requirements for control/process documentation, testing and issue management and other aspects of the SOX framework to keep pace with changes in the underlying business in support of Truist's Sarbanes-Oxley and FDICIA compliance efforts.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Apply comprehensive understanding of how the organization operates to solve issues that have technical and SOX implications.
Uses advanced analytical thought to exercise judgment and identify innovative solutions.
Leads teams or projects with significant risk and complexity and mentors other teammates to develop their technical expertise.
Works independently with guidance in only the most complex and unusual situations.
Serve as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the financial reporting risk domain and compliance for SOX and FDICIA impacting processes and initiatives.
Interface with business and other risk partners on projects as well as serving as an SOX Risk SME during the planning and execution of business initiatives.
Train and assist business teammates, including BURMs, related to updating and maintaining SOX documentation including process flows, significant controls, financial reporting risks and significant accounts.
Ensures all IT applications and G/L accounts are adequately tested.
Coordinate with auditors (internal and external) and BURM teams to document SOX issues.
Track the status of corrective actions to ensure timely remediation.
Identify key risks and controls, recommends improved controls, performs controls readiness projects and identifies and assesses configuration of controls in SOX Significant financial reporting related processes.
Governance, oversight and assistance related to quarterly governance processes.
Provide oversight as risk and audit teams perform assessments to evaluate controls, security, SOD, and execute audit procedures.
Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting or equivalent education and related training.
Five years of relevant experience in internal audit, public accounting, or SOX/Risk compliance.
Ability to take direction and then work independently to complete tasks while considering broader implications or necessary additional analysis.
Ability to build consensus through communication and presentation of factual and relevant information.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Advanced analytical skills and the ability exercise judgment and solve complex problems.
Ability to work well with others in a dynamic, team-oriented environment.
Strong understanding of PCAOB and SEC requirements for compliance with SOX.
Relevant Professional Certification - e.g. CPA, CISA.
Control testing experience in a public accounting firm.
Financial services or specialized industry experience.
Master's degree in related discipline.
Working knowledge of US GAAP, SOX and FDICIA reporting requirements.
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