Operational Risk - Audit Manager

Recruiter
Hudson Accounting & Finance
Location
Edinburgh
Posted
12 Oct 2018
Closes
10 Nov 2018
Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Hudson is currently recruiting for an Operational Risk - Audit Manager to join this growing business function within a Global Financial Services business As an Operational Risk - Audit Manager you'll bring a dynamic outlook to a dedicated team of specialists to help ensure first class auditing of Operational Risk areas as well as elements of the banks corporate functions, including Corporate Governance and Regulatory Affairs, Communications & Marketing and Legal This role will give you the platform to make a significant impact and influence the business managers, to ensure they lead in a risk conscious way. This is a key role in which you'll be delivering the strategic audit plan for the business area. You'll apply your innovative insight to identify the customers’ needs and priorities, contributing to improving risk processes across the bank. You'll also be involved in: Mapping out processes, assessing risks and controls, and gaining a real insight into the control environment by visiting business areas and establishing how to effectively test controls Working in collaboration with senior management to produce a final report compiling your findings into a high quality document Driving assurance for regular - as well as some complex - engagements, supporting the engagement assurance planning and ensuring coverage of all key risks I am looking for individuals with the following: As an experienced Operational Risk Manager or Internal Auditor with a strong background in risk management, you'll have an excellent understanding of operational risk and the regulatory environment in large financial institutions, together with a proven ability to deliver audit assignments on time and to budget. This team will also be responsible for auditing the risks associated with implementing ring-fencing across the bank, and therefore experience in auditing projects and large scale change would be advantageous. Experience of how you've successfully led a team in delivering complex projects while keeping a firm hand on budget, timelines and quality Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills and effective stakeholder management skills The ability to assess and prioritise effectively, quickly establishing what's important The ability to effectively support and supervise your team through coaching, feedback and development, taking a proactive approach towards identifying and promoting talent A self starting and proactive attitude, with a drive to progress your own development Effective collaboration and coordination across audit teams First class stakeholder management skills and comfortable delivering technical insight and recommendations aroundand products to non technical individuals A first class opportunity to join this progressive, dynamic organisation at a key stage in its development

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