EnerNOC, a leading provider of Energy Intelligence Software, is seeking an Internal Control Specialist to drive the company’s compliance with key software industry standards and execute key compliance functions including control design and testing. This individual will work closely with business process owners and system owners across the organization. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop a deep understanding of the company's operations and systems which support its compliance reporting processes. This position offers significant development potential and company-wide exposure.

Responsibilities:

  • Project manage SOC-2 control execution and testing
  • Serve as primary point-of-contact for EnerNOC’s external auditor; manage on-site walkthroughs and control testing
  • Test and document financial and IT system records for integrity and accuracy
  • Develop and maintain Finance and IT control documentation, e.g. risk/control matrices, narratives, and process flows.
  • Track and manage prioritization of control remediation activities
  • Work with business partners to address control gaps and deficiencies.
  • Develop and generate compliance reports and dashboards
  • Review new industry reporting standards and work with business partners to create appropriate controls
  • Map new and existing internal controls to applicable industry-recognized standards
  • Administer controls and remediation plans within EnerNOC’s internal compliance software
  • Drive control owners’ engagement with compliance software tool
  • Assist in preparing and delivering risk assessments

Desired Skills:

  • Experience defining, operating (or overseeing operation of), and testing of control procedures
  • Experience working with business partners to prioritize and manage controls to manage risks
  • Working knowledge of Service Organization Controls (SOC) and/or AICPA Trust Services Principles for Security, Availability, Privacy, Confidentiality, and Processing Integrity
  • Strong communication and presentation skills and proven experience managing meetings
  • Ability to assess “cause and effect” relationships and interdependencies across functions and processes
  • Skilled in reviewing and re-engineering procedures to ensure proper control design
  • Strong technical aptitude / interest in systems design

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • 1-3 years relevant experience in control design, and/or internal audit
  • Big 4 audit experience a plus
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