Final application date

18 August, 2024


Ann-Sofie Gillström

Toyota Industries Europe (TIE) is the European holding company of Toyota Industries Corporation’s (TICO) based in Japan. TIE hosts business units such as Toyota Material Handling Europe, Vanderlande and viastore.  

 TIE has more than 20 000 employees. Our business units are primarily operating in the material handling and intralogistics area. We have presence in all major European markets. Although our business has its roots in Europe, approximately 15% of our operations are conducted outside the continent, with a primary focus on the United States and Asia. We are now building up the capability in TIE to support our business units to drive synergies and optimize corporate services, improve corporate governance, and build critical competence for the entire group. 


Your Position

TIE is expanding its Group Internal Audit function and is seeking an Internal IT Auditor to join our team. In this role, you will support our Internal IT Audit Manager and collaborate with the TIE Internal Audit team. Your primary responsibilities will include participating in internal audit engagements related to IT and information security, conducting integrated IT/process reviews, and assessing internal controls (J-SOX) and risk management. As an Internal IT Auditor, you work with our business units of the TIE Group in Europe such as Toyota Material Handling Europe, Vanderlande and viastore and cooperate with other members of the Internal Audit Departments in TIE in Europe and TICO in Japan. The role will also entail frequent international travel (approx. 20%)

In this role you report to the Internal IT Audit Manager of TIE, Jarno Korsten.


Your responsibilities

  • Participate in Internal Audit engagements focused on IT and information security.
  • Support, develop, and maintain the IT Risk Assessment to identify key areas for audit focus.
  • Conduct risk-based IT audits with integrity and trustworthiness.
  • Plan, execute, and report on TICO-required audits, including J-SOX testing and internal control assessments.
  • Review IT management policies and procedures to ensure adequate controls.
  • Develop audit programs, perform fieldwork, recommend improvements, and support report writing, including follow-up audits.
  • Identify and translate technical risks into business issues, covering processes, regulatory compliance, organization, and technology.


Your profile

  • 2-3 years of experience in IT audit, information security assessments and internal controls.
  • Have proven knowledge of auditing standards and procedures (COBIT, ISO27001 & NIST), internal controls (US SOX or J-SOX) and risk management.
  • Certified IT auditor or willing to become certified.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work effectively in a matrix organisation.Self-driven with excellent collaboration skills
  • Eager to learn and contribute to the development of the function
  • Fluent in both written and spoken English.
  • Degree within Information Technology, Computer Science, Accounting/Finance/Business or related field.

Our Offer   

In a rapidly growing high-tech industry in fast transformation, Toyota Industries is stable, global and influential. We offer a dynamic, diverse, and welcoming work environment where you always act within an international context. The position is based in Mjölby, Sweden or in Veghel, The Netherlands with the possibility to partly work remotely.

Most importantly, we have good, open, and collaborative environment and we encourage continuous development and learning to deliver quality in everything we do. While you keep moving us forward, we look forward to seeing your career move in remarkable ways.


Your application 

Please send your application, containing Curriculum Vitae and cover letter in English no later than August 18th,  2024. We screen continuously, so do not miss out on this opportunity!

Interviews will be held in August.

For more information about the position, please contact Head of TIE Internal Audit, Ann-Sofie Gillström,