Huntington National Bank SOX Program Manager Senior in Columbus, Ohio
Our SOX Program Manager in the Finance Group will be responsible for leading and or assisting in the administration of Sarbanes-Oxley and FDICIA compliance efforts, including the coordination of testing and remediation efforts, administration and monitoring of data in the Enterprise-wide Risk Management Systems (ERMS), training and support of other individuals involved in the compliance program and reporting of the program and its results to various committees.
Leading and supporting Huntington's SOX and FDICIA compliance program. On an annual basis this includes supporting the scoping and risk assessment processes, including the annual fraud risk assessment, performing testing of entity-level controls, scheduling and monitoring transaction-level controls testing to be performed by the business segments, monitoring testing status and action plans, making updates to testing and related data in ERMS as necessary and consulting with business segment personnel as needed to support the program.
Assisting the leader of Huntington's SOX 404 Sub-Committee and ensuring the timely receipt of all meeting information by due dates; assisting in the development of meeting agendas and meeting packages; maintaining and tracking actions plans; and obtaining required approvals for critical components of the SOX and FDICIA compliance program.
Supporting quarterly and annual reporting, which requires facilitating a quarterly certification process within the business segments, developing the quarterly "Internal Controls over Financial Reporting" report, obtaining necessary approvals for the report and ensuring that intended recipients of the report receive it by established dates.
In some cases, presenting the report to committees or leadership groups.
Bachelor's Degree. Additional 2 years of risk experience may be considered in lieu of Bachelor's Degree.
7 or more years of experience working with SOX and/or in an operational, risk management, audit, or compliance environment that required analysis, assessment and resolution of issues.
Bachelor's degree preference: Business/Finance/Economics/Accounting.
Certification preferred, CPA, CIA.
Excellent analytical skills, strong attention to detail, ability to meet deadlines, ability to independently make decisions, effective presentation of information and a commitment to quality assurance in work produced.
Strong working knowledge of applications within Microsoft Office Suite.
Must be able to work independently or as part of a team to resolve issues and meet deadlines.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
EEO/AA Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
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