Audit Manager, Financial Crime
The Requirements We're looking for an Audit Manager to join us in Edinburgh For someone with experience of internal audit management, this is a fantastic opportunity to join us and play a significant role in mitigating any risks across our Financial Crime function This is a unique and pivotal role with a wide reach, allowing you to make a tangible difference to the bank's future, gaining invaluable experience in a large and complex organisation, and working alongside well-respected industry figures What you'll do You'll be placed at the heart of the bank's third line of defence, providing independent, objective testing and assurance As Audit Manager, you'll work with the Senior Audit Manager and business stakeholders to scope out audits across the breadth of the function. You'll develop your understanding of the business's key risks and controls, and will contribute to forming an appropriate and robust testing plan, before leading your engagement team in its execution. You'll lead audits of varying size and complexity, planning and managing audit assignments. Quality and efficiency will be at the forefront of your approach, and you'll deliver your audits - some of which will be complex in nature - on time and to budget. You'll then lead the production of high quality written reports which detail any issues identified, and contribute to managing the discussion with key business stakeholders leading to final issue acceptance and remediation. You'll also be: Building and developing key relationships at senior levels in the organisation Contributing to the development of the audit plan through ongoing business risk assessment Delivering audit assignments that comply with Internal Audit's quality standards and procedures Providing robust and challenging insights on business risk and control procedures Supervising team members and supporting them through coaching, enabling them to realise their potential The skills you'll need We're looking for someone who has proven, expert level knowledge of financial crime. Audit experience is essential, so you'll need to be a strong, established internal auditor or outstanding risk manager, with a thorough grounding in risk management principles and a meticulously investigative approach. You'll also need to be able to demonstrate how you've successfully led a team in delivering complex projects - audit or otherwise - while keeping a firm hand on budget, schedule and quality. If you haven't worked in an internal audit capacity before, you'll need to have had some exposure to suitable approaches and methodologies to effectively lead your team. We're also looking for: Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills The ability to support and supervise a team through coaching, feedback and development A proactive approach towards identifying and promoting talent Proven stakeholder management skills The ability to challenge or influence in a clear and concise way How we'll reward you In return, we offer a competitive salary and you'll also join our retirement savings plan. You can also choose from a selection of protection, healthcare or lifestyle extras from RBSelect, our fully flexible reward programme. Visit our reward and benefits page for more information on the benefit packages we offer. Inclusion At RBS, we want everyone to feel welcome, regardless of your background or needs. If you need adjustments making to your working environment, we'll do everything we can to support you. As part of this commitment, we offer flexible working options for some of our roles - find out more .