A leading Global Financial Institution is seeking to employ an Audit Manager based in London.
Hours 35 per week/permanent.
Competitive salary offered.
The Audit Manager will be part of Global Internal Audit team which provides independent, objective assurance to management and the risk and audit committees as to whether the framework of risk management, control, and governance processes, as designed and represented by management, is adequate and functioning.
The Audit Manager will be responsible to lead and participate in the delivery of audits, some major and/or highly complex, which provide internal customers and stakeholders with critical assessments of the firms governance, risk and internal control frameworks; ensure that audit assignments are completed in a timely and efficient manner with due respect to the standards established by Global Internal Audit (GBL INA), industry best practices and the relevant risk and regulatory environment.
The Audit Manager will be accountable for ensuring that the results of the work performed meet the expectations of audit and business management and regulators. The role holder will play a key role in drafting audit findings based on audit fieldwork, which articulate key issues and risks, and identify root causes. They will also be responsible for maintaining technical and business knowledge, including in respect of audit and regulatory issues.
The successful candidate will be a graduate and will have the following:
- Experience working in relevant environments i.e. External Audit, Internal Audit, Finance, Regulatory Reporting or Risk Management functions. In particular, experience of first- or second-line roles in respect of Financial Reporting / SOX, Regulatory reporting, Asset, Liability and Capital Management, or Stress Testing is desirable but not essential.
- Experience in building effective networks across business areas, developing relationships based on mutual trust and encouraging others to do the same.
- Experience in Planning projects and activities systematically in line with business priorities, using a variety of analysis and problem-solving techniques.
- Strong analytical, problem-solving, organizational, lateral thinking and interpersonal skills.
- Role relevant qualifications, such as ACA (Association of Chartered Accountants), CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) or equivalent, is desirable but not essential.
Closing dates for applications 1st November 2019