Sr. Manager, IT Controls - SOX IT
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The Sr. Manager, IT Controls – SOX IT will report to the Associate Director, IT Controls & Monitoring and will be responsible for managing, supporting, and optimizing the IT General Computing Control (ITGCC) SOX program. This role is responsible for ensuring SOX controls are designed, executed, and monitored effectively. The Sr. Manager, IT Controls – SOX IT will partner with stakeholders to review and improve control processes to drive compliance and streamline the monitoring and assessment of controls compliance. will partner with the Business Controls Function to ensure the program monitors for potential risk areas within the Enterprise IT function and provides remediation guidance.
- Responsible for effectively applying governance and risk frameworks knowledge to ensure IT compliance requirements are thoroughly and consistently met.
- Knowledge of IT General Controls and experience designing, assessing, and implementing controls.
- Review control evidence and report on the health and effectiveness of our key IT General Controls and processes.
- Responsible for managing General Computer Controls in support of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) requirements.
- Collaborate with control owners and operations to ensure compliance and quality activities supporting IT General Computing Controls, as it relates to SOX, are in alignment with overall corporate requirements.
- Works collaboratively with other quality and compliance functions to assure compliance to regulatory requirements and BMS policies.
- Align with the Business Controls Function on SOX assessment and monitoring strategy.
- Management of the SOX IT Program designed to assess the IT General Controls environment and advise on control description changes to reflect the current state of the controls.
- Review trends, findings and potential improvements based on internal and external testing results.
- Coordinates work with External Auditors.
- Maintain awareness of Culture of Excellence across BMS.
- Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology, Quality or Science or equivalent experience.
- Industry experience: 6 to 8 years of experience in IT and/or Quality Assurance preferably based at a bio/pharmaceutical company.
- Recognizes the potential impact on internal/external challenges on the future state success. Conveys and takes immediate action to correct any variation in quality, ensures accuracy and completeness of others' work outputs.
- Articulates and presents complex information clearly and concisely across all levels.
- Demonstrates ability to build and leverage relationships through diplomacy with a broader focus within the function.
- Demonstrates sophisticated analytical thought using various data sources and internal/external environment. Understands the broader implications of actions and perspective.
- Participates in decision making and brings a variety of strong views and perspective to achieve team objectives.
- Demonstrates a focus on improving processes, structures, and knowledge within the team. Leads in analyzing current states, deliver strong recommendations in understanding complexity in the environment, and the ability to execute to bring complex solutions to completion.
Specific to relevant processes
- Familiarity with compliance process improvement/frameworks such as Capability Maturity Model (CMMI), Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology (COBIT), Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO), Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) and International Organization for Standardization 27001 (ISO-27001).
- Knowledge of U.S. and International regulations and laws governing the pharmaceutical industry; GMPs, GLPs, GCPs, GAMP, Electronic Records and Electronic Signatures and other applicable health authority regulations, as well as SOX legislation.
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