Placement and duration

The Internal Audit Summer Analyst Program is a 10-week program beginning in June. The curriculum includes an orientation to the Firm, senior management speaker seminars, a group project, and social and networking events to build Summer Analysts' professional networks. In addition, Technology Audit will provide Analysts with the opportunity to learn about cutting edge technology applications such as algorithmic trade engines, pricing models, digital bank advisory, and cloud computing. The Program also includes peer mentorship opportunities and community service events.

Training program

The Program includes a two-day Firmwide orientation, followed by a one-day business unit-specific training where you will gain basic product knowledge and an understanding of Morgan Stanley's audit methodology. The remainder of the training is done on the job.

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Responsibilities

Responsibilities include the following, and may vary according to your coverage area:

  • Develop a working knowledge of business terminology and basic auditing standards.
  • Participate in business management and audit team meetings to gain an understanding of the business units under review (e.g. policies and procedures, roles and responsibilities, systems and processes, organization and controls).
  • Participate in audit planning and scoping, and assist in drafting narratives and audit planning documentation.
  • Assist in the creation of the process, risk and control (PRC) matrix, and upload to the audit workflow tool.
  • Assist in creating and executing control tests and clearly documenting test results as part of fieldwork.
  • Communicate testing exceptions and control deficiencies to senior management within Internal Audit and the business as part of reporting.

Qualifications/ Skills/ Requirements

  • Financial Audit: You are pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's degree (Accounting, Business Management, Finance or related degree preferred).
  • Technology Audit: You are pursuing a graduate degree in Computer Science or a technology-related field (minor in Finance is optional). You have or are pursuing CISA or CISSP.
  • You have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.
  • You have advanced technical and quantitative skills, and knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
  • You graduate between December 2019 and May 2020, and have less than one year of professional experience.

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Application Process & Deadlines

Students must apply online at www.morganstanley.com/campus. If Morgan Stanley recruits on your campus, you may also be required to apply through your school's on-campus system. Note that this program consists of two tracks, Financial and IT Audit. When applying for the program, candidates must select the track that they wish to pursue.

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