Morgan Stanley
Internal Audit

Technology Audit Summer Analyst

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Placement and duration

• A 10-week Summer Analyst Program beginning in June

• An intensive hands-on introduction to Internal Audit at Morgan Stanley

• Broad exposure to various functions across Internal Audit, as well as in-depth exposure to a specific coverage area (e.g., compliance, equities)

• A comprehensive development program that includes:

o A two-day firmwide orientation, focused on basic industry knowledge and professional skills

o Internal Audit-specific training focused on internal audit fundamentals and Morgan Stanley's audit methodology

o Senior management speaker seminars and networking events, including peer mentorship and community service opportunities 

• A group project in which Summer Analysts present what they have learned through the program to a broader audience

• Technology Audit Analysts the opportunity to learn about cutting edge technology including: algorithmic trade engines, pricing models, digital banking, advisory services and cloud computing


• 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, processes, risks and controls)

• Participate in audit planning and scoping, and assist in documenting audit planning materials and walkthrough narratives or process flows

• Assist in identifying key controls, creating the process, risk and control (PRC) matrix, and uploading documentation to the audit workflow tool

• Create and execute control tests and clearly document 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

Responsibilities may vary according to your coverage area.

Qualifications/ Skills/ Requirements

• Technology Audit: You are pursuing a master’s degree in computer science or a technology-related field and you have or are pursuing CISA or CISSP

• Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0

• Strong technical and analytical skills, and working knowledge of Microsoft Excel.

• Graduate between December 2021 and May 2022 and have less than three years of full-time professional experience

Application Process & Deadlines

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