SOX Senior Manager. 12-15 month contract. $51-64/hr. Vancouver, BC Head Office.
Your new company
A global financial institution is seeking a Head of SOX Canada specialist. This role will report to the Finance Control Officer. The contract will run 12-15 months and pays $51-64/hr pending experience and education. You will be centred out of the Vancouver, BC head office.
Your new role
In your new position as Senior SOX Manager, you will be responsible for the maintenance of Sarbanes-Oxley and NI52-109. As head of SOX, you will work closely with the SOX team and conduct annual SOX scoping and planning for the company. You will play a key role in training staff who manage SOX controls. You will ensure that the business and IT process documentation, test key controls over financial reporting and related disclosures, identification of internal controls, and conduct risk assessment. You will conduct assessment of control deficiencies for SOX, monitoring and oversight of remediation and escalation, and additionally work with Finance sub-functions VPs as an SME when requires.
What you'll need to succeed
To be considered for this role, you will have a minimum of 5+ years experience working in increasingly complex and senior functions within Financial Services Industry, or equivalent experience working on substantial audits with a big CA firm including audits of financial institutions. SOX experience is strongly preferred. You must have outstanding written and verbal communications skills, outstanding negotiation skills, and an ability to approach situations analytically.
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