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Preferred Degree: Relevant Qualifications
Job Type: Permanent/Full Time
Job Country: South Africa
Job Location: Pretoria-South Africa
Experience (Years): 2-4
Job Description

Title: IT Advisory Analyst

Business Unit: IT Advisory

Reporting to: ITA Directors

Purpose of the Job:

Working as part of a national team of professionals to advise clients in managing risks associated with IT infrastructure, information management, information technology governance, business systems, projects, information security and strategic IT consulting.

Key job duties or responsibilities:

Forming part of a team responsible for client service delivery to scope on various IT
Advisory and Assurance engagements;
Extensive client liaison, working mainly off-site at client premises (travel is involved)
Building a solid of understanding of the clients we service – the issues they face, key developments in their industry sector, etc.
Conducting reviews of clients general and application controls, documenting findings and compiling reports
Working to deadlines
Act as a peer advisor to new / junior team members
Developing areas of specialisation in line with the division's objectives;
Building sustainable business relationships with both internal and external clients.

Critical Technical Skills or Competencies

IT audit experience – reviewing diverse application and general control environments
IT Risk Management interest and understanding.
Experience in business process analysis
Understanding of tools and audit process methodologies
Effective written and verbal communication
Ability to spot problems and recommend solutions
Interest in IT Consulting, and a desire to build a long term career in one or more of the following areas:
IT Audit
IT Performance and ROI
IT Risk and Compliance
IT Governance
IT Security and Privacy
ERP Implementation a

Critical Interpersonal or Interactive skills

Potential candidates must demonstrate strong business acumen, analytical skills, good client relationship development aptitude, high energy, an enquiring mind and professional integrity.
Good time management skills
Conscientious approach to delivering results on engagements
Ability to follow instructions accurately
Ability to work well in a team environment
Able to remain calm and focused, even when under pressure
Proactively evaluate own skills and knowledge, able to identify own strengths and areas for development

Qualifications and experience

Minimum of 2 to 3 years relevant experience in an IT Audit or IT risk consulting environment
Completed B degree (B com / B Sc) is required
Further relevant qualifications/certifications desirable (PMP, CISA, CISSP, CGEIT, etc)

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