We are seeking full-time, entry-level Information Technology Auditors to join our team.
The Legislative Audit Bureau, located in Madison, is a nonpartisan service agency of the Wisconsin Legislature. We support the Legislature in its oversight of Wisconsin government and its promotion of efficient and effective state operations by providing nonpartisan, independent, accurate, and timely audits and evaluations of public finances and the management of public programs. We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package, work/life balance, assistance with preparing for and studying for the CISA exam, opportunities for growth, flexible work schedule, and a collaborative work environment.
The Legislative Audit Bureau has audit responsibility over all state government activities, which provides you with many diverse audit opportunities. As an IT auditor, you will work on the audits of the State’s data centers. In addition, IT Auditors complete reviews of computer applications and test IT general controls for financial and federal compliance audits at state agencies. Working closely with a team leader, you will learn the skills to be an effective auditor and will have the opportunity to gain more experience, more responsibility and a greater opportunity to advance.
Working with an experienced team leader, entry-level IT auditors will perform responsibilities that include, but are not limited to:
interviewing agency staff;
assessing IT risks that may affect the financial statements or federal grant programs;
testing application and general IT controls;
using analytical tools to evaluate transactions; and
documenting relevant procedures and the results of audit testing.
Salary is competitive and is commensurate with candidate qualifications, certifications, and experience.
Why work at the Legislative Audit Bureau
Working at the Bureau provides an opportunity to make a difference. Your work will contribute to the Bureau’s efforts to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of state government operations. Individualized professional development is a focal point at the Bureau. We strive to foster a culture of continuous learning and improvement, and we promote a healthy balance between your personal and professional lives
How to Apply
Please submit the following application materials by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, October 3, 2021: 1) resume; 2) academic transcripts; and 3) a one- to two-page statement of interest that addresses your experience and qualifications as it relates to the qualifications of the position.
Candidates must submit all application materials to be considered. Application materials will be reviewed continually as received.
We are seeking candidates who are legally authorized to work in the United States and will not require employer visa sponsorship now or in the future. A background check will be conducted on all finalists before an employment offer is made.
The Legislative Audit Bureau supports the Legislature in its oversight of Wisconsin government and its promotion of efficient and effective state operations by providing nonpartisan, independent, accurate, and timely audits and evaluations of public finances and the management of public programs.