Job Overview.

Experience: 3-5 YearsSector: Internal Audit

Our client’s European and Asian regional audit teams, based out of Dublin and London, also provide support to the broader global audit business.

Their risk-based audit coverage includes front office business activities and relevant support functions, including middle office, back-office operations, Compliance, AML, Finance and HR.

In this role of Internal Auditor, you will execute audits for an assigned business, function, or projects as part of a team or as an individual contributor and/or provide expertise on audits ranging in complexity. You will also manage/lead a number of moderately complex audits and have responsibility for completion of the audit.

Responsibilities:

  • Work as an audit subject matter expert and also coach and educate others.
  • Oversee and/or independently perform audits from end to end.
  • May lead moderately complex audits and have responsibility for completion of the audit.
  • Undertake and complete a variety of projects and initiatives, may include the integration of cross functional processes within own area of expertise.
  • Ability to process and handle confidential information with discretion.
  • Generally, report to an Audit Group Manager or Senior Audit Group Manager role
  • Execute audits for an assigned business, function, or project as part of a team or as an individual contributor and/or provide expertise on audits ranging in complexity.
  • Manages/leads a number of moderately complex audits and has responsibility for completion of the audit.

Skills, knowledge and attributes:

  • Undergraduate degree or relevant professional certifications, accounting designations, or equivalent
  • Internal audit experience essential, although consideration will also be given to candidates with other relevant/exceptional experience.
  • Relevant knowledge/experience of Capital Markets.
  • Financial accounting designation (CA, CPA) or other relevant qualification, i.e., MBA, CFA.
  • Degree educated.
  • Relevant regulatory knowledge.
  • Analytical skills in assessing risk, issues and critical thinking/challenging the status quo.
  • Effective time management skills and ability to meet tight deadlines.
  • Effective communication skills (oral and written).
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational and relationship management skills.
  • Ability to work independently and in teams, and to manage competing priorities.

This is an excellent organisation to work with – offering a collaborative team environment, competitive pay structure and hybrid working. Unfortunately, my client is not looking to offer sponsorship for this role and ideally looking to speak with people already able to work in Ireland.

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