Bittrex, a Seattle-based cryptocurrency exchange, is hiring a Risk & Compliance Program Manager that can help us ensure our IT, information security and business operations operate efficiently and remain in compliance in a fast-changing industry.  Founded by three cybersecurity engineers in 2014, we build our products with security first, offering access to over 100 cryptocurrencies in the United States along with lightning-fast trade execution and dependable digital wallets.  We believe in the potential of blockchain and its ability to provide game-changing solutions, and we’re looking for talented and passionate individuals to join our exceptional team. 

Responsibilities:

  • Perform risk assessment by identifying and quantifying risks from IT and information security, compliance and business operation perspectives.
  • Manage identified risks by designing and implementing internal controls that address identified risks and performing continuous monitoring and evaluation of the control design and operating effectiveness.
  • Lead and manage SOC 2/SOC3 audit certification projects by coordinating with external auditors, performing Audit Scheduling, Audit Preparation, Control Owners Coordination, Audit Follow-up and SOC 2/3 reporting, in the areas including Vendor Management, Encryption, Segregation of Duties (SOD), Network Security, Key Management, Asset Management, Cold and Hot Wallet, Backup Capabilities (personnel and system), Vendor Onboarding Processes, Human Resources Processes, Software Development Lifecycle Processes and Physical Security Safeguards.
  • Perform data analytics and create visualization solutions to monitor compliance data around IT/IS security risk and control execution result, utilizing Power BI, Python and R.
  • Train and mentor employees on information security and business process control procedures.
  • Position may include additional duties that use the required skills.

Requirements:

  • Master of Accounting or Master of Taxation or foreign equivalent.
  • Experience assisting organizations in risk assessment through identifying and quantifying risks from IT, information security, compliance and business operation perspectives.
  • Experience assisting organizations in designing and implementing internal controls to manage identified risks and performing continuous monitoring and evaluation of control design and operating effectiveness.
  • Experience executing SOC Audits, performing Audit Scheduling, Audit Preparation, Control Owners Coordination, Audit Follow-up and SOC reporting, in the areas including Vendor Management, Encryption, Network Security, Backup Capabilities (personnel and system), Human Resources Processes, Software Development Lifecycle Processes and Physical Security Safeguards.
  • Experience in project management for large scale process, risk, controls, audit or technology projects and programs.
  • Experience utilizing Power BI, Python and R to analyze trends in data and create visualization and data analytics solutions to monitor IT/IS security risk and control execution result.
  • Experience working as a senior or manager in risk advisory role at a Big 4 accounting/auditing firm.
  • Available to telecommute from undetermined location(s).
  • Licensure as Certified Public Accountant (“CPA”).
  • Licensure as Certified Information Systems Auditor (“CISA”).
  • Can work remotely from undetermined location(s).

Bittrex is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Bittrex is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or other legally protected status.

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