T-Mobile Senior IT Auditor (Finance)


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Sr IT Auditor

Sr IT Auditor will interact with control owners while performing testing and/or quality assurance of management’s SOX IT related controls, and if identified, working with the EIT organization and FCG management to assist in the assessment process and execution of remediation steps for control deficiencies. Testing and QA activities may include standard IT general controls around logical access, computer operations and change management, as well as key report testing, automated control testing, and assisting in reviews of third-party SSAE 16 SOC1 Type II Internal Control reports. Additionally, this role will assist FCG leadership in both the annual process/control rationalization and redesign efforts, as well as throughout the year as business changes occur.


•Performs testing and QA review of Financial Compliance IT General Computer control design and operating effectiveness. Compliance activities also include key report and SOC 1 evaluations.
•Assist with the annual SOX scope and control rationalization and design effort.
•Assist with ongoing training related to SOX and IT to process owners to help ensure understanding and ongoing compliance.
•Executes and reviews IT Audit tests as directed by audit leadership.
•Provides IT audit support on integrated audits.
•Communicates the results of IT audit, systems development projects, and consulting projects via written reports and oral presentations to management.
•Develops and maintains productive client relationships. Accountable for follow-up on outstanding IT audit issues to ensure that corrective actions are implemented and working as planned.
•Responsible for providing input during the annual audit plan and risk assessment process



- Two to three years of full-time experience in IT auditing and/or IT SOX compliance.
- Proficiency in information technology control concepts and systems development methodologies.
- The ability to assess the effectiveness of internal controls over key IT risks, identifying significant exposures, analyzing transactions and other management information and detecting changes in key risks and/or control effectiveness. Skill in developing appropriate recommendations to address exposures.
- Proficient at test work, workpaper organization, and understanding of internal control processes and cross-functional business risk identification
- Strong computer skills, including MS Office products (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Visio for flowcharting, and other business software to prepare reports, memos, summaries and analyses.

Bachelor Degree Accounting or Computer Science required

Telecom or wireless knowledge experience.
Experience with a Big 4 accounting firm and previous SOX experience
Project management experience preferred.
Understanding of COBIT and other relevant control frameworks.
ACL, Business Objects or SQL expertise.


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3617 131st Ave SE

Bellevue, WA 98006





Premera IT Consultant



Job ID# 10469

Be part of a team that reinvents healthcare and go to work every day to improve peoples’ lives.

Premera is a leading health plan in the Pacific Northwest, providing comprehensive health benefits and tailored services to more than 2 million people, from individuals to Fortune 100 companies. Premera is committed to improving customers’ lives by making healthcare work better. Join us.

As an IT Consultant for our IT Compliance, Risk and Security Awareness, you will be part of a team that provides assurances to Premera that risks are effectively managed.  Your role is crucial to protecting our members’data, as you provide the insight and optics on the IT risk posture at Premera.  This position works both independently, collectively with your team, and collaboratively across Premera IT to ensure risks are assessed and managed appropriately.

What you’ll do

• Perform risk assessment across the IT environment
• Work collaboratively with the IT Compliance team to ensure risks are properly addressed
• Manage the risk management process, including the risk register
• Continue to evolve the risk management program

What you’ll bring
• Experience with internal controls, as they pertain to their effect on risk
• Experience performing internal risk assessments
• Experience with developing and evolving risk programs
• Ability to work independently, as well as, with a team
• Bachelor's degree in computer Science or four (4) years’ work experience.
• Five (5) years in an IT environment, preferably in the healthcare industry.
• Two (2) years’ influencing decisions on technology and process in an IT environment.
• Proven experience in documenting requirement documents and functional/technical specifications

What we offer:
• Industry competitive salaries
• Medical, vision and dental options
• Life and disability insurance
• Retirement programs (Yes! This includes a pension!)
• Workplace wellness programs
• Time off to reenergize
• Free parking
• And MORE!




T-Mobile Third Party Risk Analyst


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Under the direction of the company’s Senior Manager, Risk, the Third Party Risk Analyst will perform Supplier Risk Management Reviews (i.e. third party risk assessments) on new and existing third parties across all T-Mobile procurement functions and channels, and will construct detailed and summary reports of assessment, including customized reports, as needed. In addition, the Third Party Risk Analyst will conduct or contribute to Anti-Corruption Assessments, Financial Risk Assessments, identifying Related Party Transactions (RPT), and Financial Services Compliance assessments. The Third Party Risk Analyst will work with Subject Matter Experts (SME) to develop and apply risk assessment criteria (aligned with T-Mobile Policy) to new and existing suppliers using internal and external business intelligence. The Third Party Risk Analyst will work with Management, Corporate Information Security, Privacy and Legal Counsel, Procurement and Contract Managers, Compliance, and Business Owners to develop and maintain an internal service model that informs the business of key risks in a timely manner so as to limit unnecessary impediments and avoid bureaucracy.


Requires competency in customer focus, change & innovation, strategic thinking, relationship building & influencing, talent management, results focus and inspirational leadership.

In addition, the Third Party Risk Analyst will:•Consistently deliver on commitments, deadlines and objectives while remaining in scope and leveraging appropriate tools, methods, frameworks, and professional standards;
•Demonstrate consistent credibility with business partners and leadership while recommending initiatives, identifying gaps, and potential issues;
•Continuously demonstrate the ability to work independently while representing the services of the department with the highest level of professionalism;
•Identify opportunities to create additional value for internal customers and partners through continuous improvement;
•Demonstrate the ability to appropriately influence business decisions, and the professional judgment for selecting the appropriate methods and techniques to do so; and
•Execute assigned tasks and responsibilities while ensuring timely completion and a professional work product.
•Conduct third party risk assessments, applying established criteria.
•Collaborate with internal partners and third parties to mitigate and otherwise resolve third party risks.


•Solid background both educationally and via professional experience. No less than 3 years of professional experience in business operations, project/program management, finance, risk management, business analytics, or similar.
•Demonstrated abilities in problem-solving and analysis: identifies issues, analyzes information to assess root cause and relationships, risks, and potential risk responses. Proven ability to synthesize and summarize complex data into concise recommendations and reports.
•Demonstrated strong business writing and professional oral communication skills.
•A proven ability to balance multiple priorities, adapt to a constantly changing business environment, work independently, drive projects to completion, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment—with only periodic supervision.
•Ability to work collaboratively and manage and initiate effective cross-functional relationships.
•Strong computer skills, including MS Office products (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio) and other business software to prepare reports, memos, summaries, and analyses.
•Strong computer skills, including MS Office products (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio) and other business software to prepare reports, memos, summaries, and analyses.
•Bachelor Degree or higher