Director, IT Governance and Compliance Job in Toronto for Block Dealer | Jobs.ca
0

Director, IT Governance and Compliance

April 28 2020
Industries Vehicles (parts, sales, maintenance)
Categories Accounting, Finance, Executive, CTO, Forensic accounting, Fraud, Information Technology, Marketing, Communications, Public Relations
Toronto, ON

E INC is the parent company of EBlock and EDealer, unifying our approach to products, services, and strategies under one vision and one mission: to create the best digital auction and retailing platform in the world by connecting the automotive wholesale and retail experiences. Our brands and technologies make it easy for a vehicle to move between buyers and sellers throughout its entire ownership lifecycle.


At E INC, as the Director, IT Governance and Compliance, you will be a leader in the Information Technology department for the company in designing, implementing, and enhancing an IT governance and compliance strategy. In this position, it is critical that you inspire trust, and build strong, authentic, productive relationships within the organization and with key stakeholders. As the leader in the governance and compliance space, you will effectively engage and collaborate with leaders across the organization to develop, define, and build on innovative ideas and business priorities. You will act as a role model for developing and maintaining positive, collaborative stakeholder relationships, and engage across the organization to quickly connect information and people to drive enterprise projects, programs, and initiatives. You will understand stakeholder needs and use that knowledge and those relationships to drive effective prioritization and roadmaps for delivery.


What you will do:

  • Acts as a subject matter expert for the IT Governance and Compliance needs of a rapid growth stage company. Be responsible and accountable for maintaining and ensuring compliance with ICFR standards, SOX and SOC scoping and risk assessments, control deficiency analysis and aggregation, and overall governance reporting.
  • Build and mentor a strong compliance analyst team that may include consultants and vendors.
  • Lead various governance and compliance related initiatives, including developing conceptual ideas into actionable implementation plans. Includes monitoring, analyzing, and delivery of governance and compliance projects based on requirements including ICFR ITGC SOX 302/404, CCPA, CoCo, COSO, SOC, ISO 27XXX, and IT Policies. This position facilitates the creation of many of these initiatives along with the regular operation and management of GRC workflows.
  • Drive the administration and maintenance of policies and procedures for effective compliance management for all applicable IT related regulations. Creates and monitors management processes for effective compliance reporting and remediation. Manage remediation activities to ensure ongoing regulatory processes are followed.
  • Create internal partnerships with key stakeholders, such as audit services, business services, finance, human resources, legal services, and information security to influence and align business-area actions that are needed to achieve program objectives. Serve as a consultant to business-area leaders. Direct actions to ensure stakeholders have policies and procedures that are aligned with laws, regulations, and organizational programs.
  • Collaborate with Information Security on a data security incident response plan and participate in responding to any data security incidents.
  • Collaborate with Information Security on an information management and protection framework for an effective enterprise-wide information governance program, and input on daily activities, including program objectives, policies, procedures, training, and communication.
  • Apply established methods for measuring progress through metrics, key performance indicators and third-party assessments.
  • Identify information management and protection laws and regulations and implement actions to ensure compliance.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

What you will need:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Technology, or related field.
  • 7+ years of relevant experience in building and operating a successful governance and compliance program, with a solid understanding of the needs of a rapid growth stage company.
  • Demonstrated experience designing, managing, and executing large-scale, enterprise-wide projects.
  • Demonstrated experience building and mentoring a strong compliance analyst team that may include consultants and vendors.
  • Experience with ICFR ITGC SOX 302/404, CCPA, CoCo, SOC, and policy creation is required.
  • Experience at a cloud software company is preferred, along with knowledge of software development practices and cloud services, specifically AWS.
  • Certifications such as CGEIT, CRISC, CISA, CISSP, CRISC are preferred.
  • Experience with AuditBoard or similar GRC platforms is preferred.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to influence the actions of internal stakeholders and manage relationships with external stakeholders.


E INC is committed to providing employment accommodation in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. If contacted for an employment opportunity, please advise Human Resources if you require accommodation.


Apply now!