Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana IT Auditor in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
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Please note that effective Jan. 4, 2022, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana implemented a policy requiring any employee who enters any of our offices or who interacts in person with anyone for company business purposes to be fully vaccinated for COVID 19, unless legally entitled to a reasonable accommodation related to religious or medical exemptions. At this time, that policy is suspended and vaccination is not required to enter our facilities. Please note this is subject to change at any point in time to ensure compliance with company policy or government mandates and certain client facing roles may have separate protocols.
Residency in or relocation to Louisiana is preferred for all positions.
This position can be remote in Louisiana.
Responsible for conducting audits and reviews to evaluate the design, testing and implementation of new and existing technologies. Acts as a subject matter expert on information technology, security, risk and control issues and provides consulting services in the selection of new technology solutions. Accountable for complying with all laws and regulations associated with duties and responsibilities.
NATURE AND SCOPE
This role does not manage people
This job reports to: Departmental Leadership
Necessary Contacts: In order to effectively fulfill this position the incumbent must be in contact with:All levels of internal personnel; providers, subscribers, external auditors, governmental agencies, other Blue Cross plans, and agencies/businesses as needed to obtain information needed.
Bachelor's in Accounting, Computer Science or a related field required
Four years of related experience can be used in lieu of a Bachelor’s degree.
- 2 years Audit and/or systems experience with knowledge of operating systems and systems security required
Skills and Abilities
Must have strong analytical and organizational abilities.
Strong human relations skills in addition to analytical ability required.
Good communications skills are necessary to negotiate and influence others on commitments to plans and strategies that affect the company.
Must have a proficient working knowledge of information technology concepts, practices, terminology, and standards, with ability to actively conduct and/or engage in hardware and software related discussions relative to all assignments. This also includes demonstrated ability to document technical matters and/or or complex concepts in a manner that is meaningful to the intended recipients.
Must have working knowledge of relative PC software. Requires a broad knowledge of information technology and control concepts and application knowledge of business systems.
Must have ability to manage time and personnel on a project.
Licenses and Certifications
- Certification such as CISA, CDPP, or CISSP preferred
ACCOUNTABILITIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Defines, executes and manages Information Technology audits to ensure completion of the annual audit plan while demonstrating sound judgment and decision making, commitment to tasks, persistence in overcoming obstacles, dependability in difficult circumstances, and a sense of urgency about getting results.
Assesses and manages Information Technology risks through the successful implementation of audit recommendations.
Effectively communicates audit issues to all levels of management and staff personnel within the area under audit review through the timely issuance of discussion issues and audit reports.
Attends formal and informal training sessions and self-study to keep abreast of information technology concepts, industry best practices, security technologies, auditing and accounting standards, as well as, interpersonal skills.
Accountable for complying with all laws and regulations associated with duties and responsibilities.
Additional Accountabilities and Essential Functions
The Physical Demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the Accountabilities and Essential Functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions
Perform other job-related duties as assigned, within your scope of responsibilities.
Job duties are performed in a normal and clean office environment with normal noise levels.
Work is predominately done while standing or sitting.
The ability to comprehend, document, calculate, visualize, and analyze are required.
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In support of our mission to improve the health and lives of Louisianians, Blue Cross encourages the good health of its employees and visitors. We want to ensure that our employees have a work environment that will optimize personal health and well-being. Due to the acknowledged hazards from exposure to environmental tobacco smoke, and in order to promote good health, our company properties are smoke and tobacco free.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana performs background and pre-employment drug screening after an offer has been extended and prior to hire for all positions. As part of this process records may be verified and information checked with agencies including but not limited to the Social Security Administration, criminal courts, federal, state, and county repositories of criminal records, Department of Motor Vehicles and credit bureaus. Pursuant with sec 1033 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, individuals who have been convicted of a felony crime involving dishonesty or breach of trust are prohibited from working in the insurance industry unless they obtain written consent from their state insurance commissioner.
Additionally, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana is a Drug Free Workplace. A pre-employment drug screen will be required and any offer is contingent upon satisfactory drug testing results.
JOB CATEGORY: Legal, Compliance & Audit