IT Audit Project Manager

Position Summary: Beaumont Health System is seeking an experienced IT audit professional to lead IT audit projects at Beaumont.  The IT auditor will work in the Internal Audit department at Beaumont.  The IT auditor will be responsible for the ongoing development of an IT risk assessment and will work with the Director of Internal Audit to develop and execute a risk based IT audit plan.  


  • Identify and evaluate business and technology risks, internal controls which mitigate risks, and related opportunities for internal control improvement.
  • Manage and perform audits of organizational information systems controls, operations and security in a multi platform environment.
  • Utilize technology based audit tools and methodologies 
  • Review organizational informational technology policies, standards and procedures, provide recommendations on accuracy, adequacy and compliance with organizational guidelines and applicable laws.
  • Ensure controls are adequately implemented into systems and identify areas of inaccuracy, inefficiency and cost improvement.
  • Collaborate with operational/financial internal audit staff to conduct integrated audits.
  • Cooperate with external auditors to resolve discrepancies or assist in auditing functions.
  • Prepare reports detailing results of audits, recommend improvements.


  • Bachelor's degree in a relevant area such as management information systems, computer science, or accounting.
  • Four or more years of diverse IT auditing and data security experience.
  • Detailed understanding of information systems audit procedures, IT controls and related standards, business processes and internal control risk management.
  • Certifications such as CISA, CIA, or CPA strongly preferred.
  • Working knowledge of IT best practices and control frameworks.
  • Demonstrated ability to perform risk assessments.
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, manage, and execute risk based engagements including deliverables to meet work plans and deadlines.
  • Demonstrated effective written and verbal communication skills

Apply to Beaumont Health here:
Inquiries and questions may be addressed to Tara VanConant, HR Rep 248-423-2694


Senior Forensic Auditor – Office of Inspector General, Detroit Public Schools Community District


Position Summary: The Office of Inspector General, Detroit Public Schools Community District, has an opening for a Senior Forensic Auditor (SFA). As part of the fraud investigative unit, the SFA will conduct forensic audits and investigations involving allegations of criminal and administrative matters, utilizing both data analytics and/or traditional and sophisticated investigative techniques. The OIG conducts investigations involving waste, fraud, abuse, conflicts of interest and financial mismanagement; concerning employees, contractors, and vendors that do business with the school district.
Job Requirements:

  • Examine allegations of irregularities, fraud, collusion, conflicts of interest, financial mismanagement and related improprieties.
  • Investigate violations of noncompliance with the school district’s policies and procedures, as well as legislation rules and regulations pertaining to programs administered by the District.
  • Examine a wide variety of records, procedures and systems of internal controls to detect fraudulent activities or improprieties, secure evidence and prepare statements of fact as appropriate.
  • Demonstrate experience with methods and models for improving financial and operating systems to deter fraud.
  • Prepare reports detailing investigation, with findings and recommendations.
  • Possess knowledge of current trends and developments in forensic auditing, accounting and fraud investigation.
  • Ability to provide testimony at internal administrative hearings, and/or at court proceedings.
  • Maintain active membership with professional organizations; including IIA, ACFE, MICPA, or other related professional fields

(The above does not include a complete summary of required duties. Refer to job posting at to see details)

  • Master’s degree in accounting or business administration from an accredited college or university
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business management or public administration and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license may be considered in lieu of a Master’s degree
  • Certifications such as CFE, CIA or CPA strongly preferred
  • Minimum of 10 years of professional-level experience in forensic auditing, and/or public accounting
  • Prior fraud investigation experience preferred
  • Ability to understand, analyze and reconcile large volumes of data utilizing accounting / database systems and querying tools
  • Effective interviewing and writing skills, including report writing
  • Strong computer skills, including proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite and PeopleSoft applications.

Applications (see Job # 291788) accepted here.  Contact the HR Rep at 313-873-7305 or the OIG at 313-870-5664 with any questions.