What you will be doing:
• To undertake a programme of audits across the organisation. To manage audits within budget and in a professional manner to provide assurance on risk management and systems of control, monitoring corrective action
• Undertake audit planning, fieldwork, testing and reporting compliant with IA quality standards and methodology:
• Identify and document all material risks and key controls, appropriately test and record the outcomes; communicate and report IA observations and opinion
• Define and agree the scope and Terms of Reference of individual audits for discussion and agreement of approach with senior line management
• To ascertain, document and evaluate risks and controls, report to senior management on findings and agree remedial action so that effective systems of control are maintained
• Produce clear, concise and comprehensive reports that are suitable for relevant audiences
• Proactive identification and notification to IA management and other relevant people of changes that may impact upon the timely and effective delivery of the audit plan
• Contribute to the maintenance of the risk components of the audit universe and risk based assurance agenda
• Build and maintain appropriate working relationships with business stakeholders, as agreed by IA management, in order to anticipate and understand key IT risks and how these may impact on the delivery of the business
• To undertake ad hoc investigations into fraud and other irregularities as required, in order to safeguard the Society assets
• Coach new or less experienced team members to assist with achievement of their PDP objectives and support the maintenance of appropriate skill levels in the team
What you need to be great at this role;
• Professionally qualified internal auditor with comprehensive experience of risk management systems and Retirement and Protection products and services
• Excellent knowledge of relevant legislation (including employment legislation) and regulatory requirements and an ability to apply practical experience in its proportionate and pragmatic interpretation
• A proven track record of developing constructive working relationships with key stakeholders which are collaborative without compromising independence
• An excellent communicator (written and verbal) with an ability to tailor approach and method to suit the circumstances and needs of the stakeholder
• An analytical approach with excellent problem solving skills and an ability to be innovative
You are required to be eligible to work in the UK full time without restriction.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive it is not always possible to respond to unsuccessful applicants. Therefore if we have not responded to your application within five days please assume that on this occasion your application has not been successful.
If you’re passionate about this position or are keen to hear more please click on “apply” above as soon as possible.