We are looking for a Senior Manager of Internal Audit to join our Risk & Assurance team within Box's wider Trust Office. This is a highly visible role reporting to the Director of Risk & Assurance with oversight from the Audit Committee. You will develop and lead Box's internal audit program to provide assurance on the effectiveness of internal controls to meet Box's compliance, operational, financial and strategic objectives. You will work directly with key internal and external stakeholders across the organization in a fast-paced and rapidly changing business. The candidate must be a leader, have excellent internal audit experience, be detail-oriented without losing sight of the big picture, have superb written and oral communication skills, and be hands-on. The ideal candidate will possess deep understanding of both business and technical risks and controls.
 
WHAT YOU'LL DO
  • Provide strategic direction and contribute to the continuous improvement of the internal audit function, including the implementation of leading practices and tooling
  • Build strong relationships with key business partners across the entire company
  • Work with Box's Enterprise Risk team to review company-wide enterprise risk assessments
  • Develop the annual internal audit plan to address Box's risks and compliance requirements
  • Execute on the internal audit plan through planning, conducting, and reporting on audits
  • Identify and communicate high impact improvement opportunities/recommendations and manage issues through Box's remediation tracking process
  • Report on the status and results of the internal audit plan to management and the Audit Committee
  • Manage and develop a team of audit professionals to execute audits and projects, providing direction and ongoing coaching and development
  • Work closely and negotiate with external auditors to set reasonable expectations and facilitate audits
  • Manage CAPA (correction action preventative action) process
  • Conduct regular health-checks of compliance standards and controls
 
WHO YOU ARE
  • 8+ years experience with a focus on audit or compliance in an equivalent environment--a combination of Big four and strong industry experience preferred
  • Bachelors degree in business, information systems, computer science, or related field, as well as one or more relevant certifications such as CPA, CISSP, CIA, CISA, etc.
  • Respected leader with ability to build credibility and communicate and influence at all levels of management, including at the executive and Board level
  • Uncompromising attitude towards ethics and doing the right thing
  • Strong understanding of both IT and business risks, controls, and processes--functional or auditing experience in the following: technical/security compliance, SOX (both business and IT), privacy
  • Subject matter knowledge in compliance, operations, financial, and process risks
  • Self-starter with a can-do attitude, a passion towards this work, and a serious desire to make a positive and lasting impact on the company
  • Excellent written, verbal communication, and presentation skills, with ability to present complex issues to management
  • Commitment to people development and coaching, both within and outside team
  • Familiarity with standards such as SOC, ISO 27001, GDPR, NIST 800-53, PCI, HIPAA, as well as the SaaS industry, is considered a plus
 
WHY WORK FOR US
  • Box is the leader in Cloud Content Management, working with companies of all shapes and sizes and industries to transform how they collaborate internally and externally
  • World class compliance program at the cutting edge of compliance and playing a role in shaping compliance in the cloud
  • Work with key stakeholders across the company to drive continuous improvement and make an impact
 

 

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