Associate Director, Internal Audit - Australia
Salary £150,000 - £200,000 per annum
Consultant Dugald Locke
Date posted 20 March 201811 Slingsby Place, St Martin's Courtyard London, WC2E 9AB Robert Walters United Kingdom
The Associate Director is a key part of the senior management team within internal audit, you will have the opportunity to own relationships, drive audit engagements and build strong stakeholder relationships. The primary purpose of this role is to lead a team in the provision of independent, objective and insightful assurance on the effectiveness of the: * framework and processes for risk management and compliance * financial, operational and compliance controls, with a focus on market operations * management information and governance processes. Responsibilities include: * developing and maintaining a thorough understanding of our clients processes and operations * establishing and maintaining effective, constructive, forward looking and professional relationships with Senior Management * over-seeing Internal Audit assignments in accordance with our clients Internal Audit Methodology * sourcing, managing, developing, training and coaching members of the Internal Audit team (including co-sourced resources, as appropriate) in the skills required to perform assignments and ensure they are delivering to a high standard of quality in accordance with our clients methodology and professional standards
Demonstrably and consistently contribute to an Internal Audit workplace culture whereby all staff feel:
- respected and valued
- encouraged to contribute
- leading the Internal Audit planning process for the assigned divisions, including the preparation and discussion of the annual internal audit plan and the scheduling of audit assignments and assigned resources
- delivering the approved Internal Audit Plan (including amendments)
- contributing to the strategy for Internal Audit, continuous improvement and change management initiatives
- continuously develop own technical, commercial and personal skills
- acting as an ambassador for our clients Goals and Values, and Risk Management principles.
In order to be successful in the role, prior experience in risk consulting, internal and/or external audit within financial services is essential. The role provides a great opportunity for a hands on leader to get involved in policy development, people management and be part of a business that is progressive and innovative. Having strong communication skills, resilience and problem solving skills will also be critical in the role.
Risk Management Group is an independent, centralised unit responsible for ensuring all risk across our clients business are appropriately assessed and managed. Its divisions include Credit, Prudential, Capital and Markets, Market Risk, Operational Risk, Compliance, Quantitative Applications and Internal Audit.
This is a great opportunity to join a leading organisation with a global presence who offers their employees international opportunities.
- Contact: Dugald Locke
- Phone: +44(0)207 509 8258
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org