You'll be joining the specialist Transformation Audit team, within Group Internal Audit. The team has a diverse pipeline of Transformation audits to deliver across the Group and you'll play an important role in providing audit assurance over the Group's circa £2bn transformational change portfolios.
As an Audit Manager, you'll support delivery of audits in the Transformation plan, helping to scope and shape the audit, ensuring quality of controls testing, identifying and agreeing findings and agreeing management actions to enhance the control framework. You'll take ownership of key parts of the audit in preparation for leading your own end to end audits.
Audit Managers in the team are responsible for establishing and building relationships with stakeholders, as you'll work closely with Business Change teams and Change Programmes throughout the Audit lifecycle. You'll educate stakeholders in the control framework and influence process design to deliver control improvements. You'll also work with stakeholders in Change and across the Group to identify management actions which address the root cause of findings, ensuring all findings are reported, followed up and management proposals to close are credible.
Working collaboratively across Group Internal Audit, you'll develop an understanding of the Group's priorities and risk appetite relevant to assigned Audits. Other responsibilities include:
Co-ordinating production and collation of team MI and status reports; taking ownership for delivering team related activities, ensuring the right level of quality is achieved and escalate as appropriate.
Motivating, developing and collaborating within the Transformation team and across the wider function to drive higher performance and sustained results.
As an Audit or Risk Management (or other relevant assurance / control) professional, you'll be experienced in Change. You'll evidence this through either a background in Change Programme delivery, or having performed audits, risk management or assurance over Change / Transformation projects.
As a self-starter, you'll be able to demonstrate taking the initiative to engage with your stakeholders when planning and delivering audits. You must also be a strong communicator, able to inspire trust in stakeholders through engagement, with the ability to write compelling audit work papers and contribute to writing audit reports that are easily understood by a wide variety of recipients. You'll also have a collaborative approach and be adaptable and innovative.
Opportunities for learning and development in the Group Internal Audit function are outstanding. As an Audit Manager we expect you to have a strong focus on your own personal development and in return we will provide dedicated support to help you achieve your ambitions and ensure your professional development.
And we've award-winning commitments to employing diverse and inclusive teams, reflective of the customers and communities we serve - where all our colleagues can be themselves and succeed on merit. We can also offer you a comprehensive package that includes a performance share bonus, car allowance, generous pension and a flex package you can tailor to suit your world.