Checklist 2.0 is seeking a passionate and entrepreneurial IT auditor with a strong technical audit background. As Vice President of IT Audit - Content Management Division, the ideal candidate will be responsible for coordinating policies, product knowledge, and processes to build a collaborative collection of best practices in different technology topics. This position will be integral in helping Checklist 2.0 reach our strategic goal “to become the source for organized and up-to-date best practices on the Internet”.
Identify, attract, and engage industry experts, authoritative resources, and vendors in order to develop the comprehensive Checklist 2.0 knowledgebase of best practices.
Develop an external network to compile, verify, validate, and organize best practices content for multiple industry segments and technology domains.
Participate in Checklist 2.0 platform innovation.
Become an integral part of Checklist 2.0’s global, fast paced, collaborative team.
Mentor a team of talented contributors to achieve effectiveness in group performance.
Prior experience in building IT audit programs, audit planning, policies, and best practices
Extensive experience in requirements gathering, documentation, content authoring, and online publishing
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Assertive negotiation skills
Experience coordinating and working with multiple stakeholders across divergent technology platforms and business areas
A driven and entrepreneurial leader willing to stretch goals
Proficiency in one or more of industry standards, compliance best practices such as: COSO, CObiT, ITIL, SOX, HIPAA, FISMA, ISO 27000 series, NIST 800-53and Basel I & II
Ability to work in a fast-paced, test-driven collaborative and iterative programming environment
In order to attract individuals who are confident they can deliver the skills and energy required to make this promising start-up a success, this position offers only equity compensation. The Vice President of IT Audit - Content Management Division will also earn based on profit sharing .To attract the most qualified candidate for this position, the equity sharing structure will exceed industry norms.