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The Global Controls Office is responsible for overseeing the Internal Controls over Financial Reporting (ICFR) programs at TD Bank Group (TDBG) to maintain the effective management of the ICFR and disclosure controls across the Bank. The team keeps up to date on changing requirements, provides guidance across the Bank, communicates with the external auditors on changes, monitors the progress of the testing, which is executed by Internal Audit, and forms the overall conclusion of effectiveness to support relevant certifications.Job DetailsReporting to the Senior Manager, Global Controls Office, the Manager, ICFR is responsible for managing and monitoring business and/or Information Technology related processes and controls within the ICFR program as well as managing other processes, such as planning in accordance with the program methodology. The Manager, ICFR will not have direct reportsJob RequirementsThe Manager, ICFR is responsible for performing ICFR controls scoping and providing expertise on business process and IT risks and controls assessments. This job also requires establishing strong relationships with key Business, Information Technology and Finance management as well as with the external and/or internal auditors. In addition, the Manager, ICFR must keep abreast of significant changes at TDBG as it relates to the program including the regulatory landscape to assess the impact to the program. The Manager, ICFR will represent the Global Controls Office (GCO) on appropriate forums and is responsible for keeping Senior Manager up to date on the execution of the program.
- Execute the annual ICFR planning activities such as performing process risk assessment and review of open scoping tasks;
- Completion of the GCO's processes, including planning, control attestation, findings analysis and on-going client communications and reporting;
- Ability to analyze and perform independent assessment and opinion on the adequacy of the ICFR business and IT controls for their assigned segment;
- Represent GCO on key projects and forums to assess and identify impact to the ICFR program;
- Keep abreast of emerging IT/business issues, trends and regulatory requirements and assess the potential impact on the program;
- Maintain effective relationships and regular interaction with key contacts within Business/ Finance/ Information Technology;
- Provide advice and counsel on risk and control questions or issues;
- Contribute to, and promote positive working relationships by effectively communicating and regularly sharing information, issues/points of interest, learning and knowledge with the team;
- Perform periodic reporting for the group; and
- Lead and or participate in group activities aimed at improving efficiency and effectiveness of the GCO processes and methodology.
The role requires the incumbent to have a broad and in-depth knowledge of risk-based audit approach. Day to day activities will include monitoring of their segment's ICFR controls and ensuring that the controls are designed effectively by reflecting current management process. Additionally, the incumbent will monitor and track projects, control update requests and significant process changes that may impact the scoping of their segment's controls. Lastly, the incumbent will work on identifying efficiencies within the ICFR program for their segment and providing recommendation to management where controls can be streamlinedAdditional InformationEDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- Professional accounting designation is required (CA, CPA, CGA)
- CIA a strong asset
- SOX/NI-52-109/FDICIA experience is required;
- 5-7 years related experience is required;
- Internal or External Audit background is an asset;
- IT Audit experience or Technology certification would be an asset (e.g. CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, CISM, etc.);
- Knowledge and experience with mapping of data movement and lineage within an organization;
- Confident presentation and facilitation skills;
- Self-motivated and the ability to motivate and influence others;
- Strong knowledge of the SOX/FDICIA regulatory requirements;
- Good working knowledge of Microsoft office packages (Word, Excel (vlookup, hlookup, pivot tables and other formulas, PowerPoint and Visio).
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