Job - IT Audit Officer – Banking, Talent Pro Recruitment Company Limited
Talent Pro Recruitment Company Limited

Talent Pro, one of the very few recruitment consultancy firms in HK which takes on several different projects in identifying and assessing executives and recruiting them into mid to senior level roles across all industry sectors such as banking, accounting, finance, technology, sales & marketing and human resources fields.

IT Audit Officer – Banking

Job Ref.CT3107842-01#0016

Our client, a well-established Hong Kong bank is currently looking for an IT Audit Officer to join their expanding IT Team.


  • Conduct IT audits to identify deficiencies in IT / network security, applications controls, general controls, compliance and risk management
  • Provide feasible recommendations for improvement
  • Document the audit work performed and draft internal audit reports


  • University graduate in Computer Science, Information System or related disciplines
  • About 3 years’ experience in internal / external audit
  • Good knowledge in mainframe operating systems, platforms and applications
  • Well-versed in both spoken and written English and Chinese;

Interested candidates please send a full resume stating your present and expected salary to or click APPLY. For further information, please contact Gigi Chan directly on +852 3956 5292.

Data collected will be used for recruitment purposes only. Candidates not being contacted within 2 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.

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