Reporting to Internal Audit Management, this individual is responsible for executing internal audits across Gemini’s Technology and Security departments. The role’s primary responsibilities include audit planning and execution with a focus on controls testing, evaluating Gemini’s Technology and Security control environment, partnering with Technology and Security stakeholders to recommend remediation solutions for identified issues, working with third-party internal audit consultants, collaborating with the Risk, Compliance, and Security Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) departments on control testing activities, and validating remediation activities for internal audit issues. The Senior Associate, Internal Audit has a unique opportunity to help create a modern Internal Audit department in the evolving, fast-paced digital assets industry.

The Senior Associate, Internal Audit will help Gemini oversee, manage, and monitor existing and emerging risks as well as partner with business lines to enhance controls and improve core processes while delivering value to our customers with speed and reliability. The Senior Associate, Internal Audit will assist in internal audit execution, partner with process owners to develop remediation plans for issues, and validate issue remediation activities. Internal Audit is one of the few functions that has the opportunity to make an impact on all lines of business to ensure critical processes are well controlled. The Senior Associate, Internal Audit will need to be a critical thinker, have strong attention to detail with a focus on results, a “roll up your sleeves” mindset to problem solving, and an ability to make good and fast decisions in a rapidly changing environment.


  • Plan and execute Technology and Security internal audits in accordance with professional standards, company policies, and regulatory requirements. This primarily includes control testing, issue identification, and report drafting.
  • Track internal audit issues from identification to closure. Validate remediation activities to satisfy issue closure.
  • Evaluate methods to streamline audit approaches and methodologies, improve control testing activities, and enhance risk monitoring.
  • Collaborate with the Risk, Compliance, and Security GRC departments on control testing activities and maintenance of the process, risk, and control library.
  • Build relationships with process owners and stakeholders to provide meaningful improvements as a result of issues identified during internal audits or during process development, while maintaining the independence of the 3rd Line of Defense.
  • Participate in the annual internal audit risk assessment process, including the scoring and documentation of risk ratings.


  • 4+ years experience in an internal audit, risk management, and/or controls role, ideally from a Big 4 consulting firm, or other technology, financial services, or FinTech company.
  • Experience with auditing Technology and Security related controls in line with standard frameworks (e.g., ISO 27001, NIST, PCI, COBIT, ITIL, FFIEC).
  • Previous experience in control identification, control description documentation, and control testing. Experience within DevOps and agile focused organizations is beneficial.
  • Ability to be flexible in a rapidly changing environment and “roll up sleeves” when priorities or project scopes change.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with process owners and stakeholders related to internal audit expectations and findings that impact their business lines.
  • Strong written communication skills, including drafting control testing workpapers and issues identified.
  • Proven ability to meet audit budget and timeline constraints and to identify and escalate issues that may impact audit progress.
  • Strong organizational skills and proven ability to manage time amongst various activities and prioritize highest impact areas of focus.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems, Cybersecurity, Computer Science, Software Engineering, Accounting, Finance, Risk Management or related field, or commensurate work experience.
  • Experience using G Suite and audit workpaper management software.
It Pays to Work Here
The compensation & benefits package for this role includes:
  • Competitive starting salary
  • A discretionary annual bonus
  • Long-term incentive in the form of a new hire equity grant
  • Comprehensive health plans
  • 401K with company matching
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Flexible time off

Salary Range: The base salary range for this role is between $108,000 – $135,000 in the State of New York, the State of California and the State of Washington. This range is not inclusive of our discretionary bonus or equity package. When determining a candidate’s compensation, we consider a number of factors including skillset, experience, job scope, and current market data.

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