Technology Auditor - IT Applications and Processes
Location: Birmingham, United Kingdom
Type: Full Time
Internal Number: 20712037
Job Title: Technology Principal Auditor (Compliance, Anti-Financial Crime, Central Functions)
Location: Birmingham, UK
Corporate Title: Assistant Vice President
The Principal Auditor leads or works independently on audits of a specific business/functional area/region and evaluates the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls relating to risks within those business areas.
You will proactively develop and maintain professional consultative working relationships within their own function and with stakeholders inside and outside the bank and respective support areas. You will use a range of approaches to collect relevant information to assess key risks, resolve major issues or carry out tasks.
What we'll offer you
A healthy, engaged and well-supported workforce are better equipped to do their best work and, more importantly, enjoy their lives inside and outside the workplace. That's why we are committed to providing an environment with your development and wellbeing at its centre.
You can expect:
Hybrid Working - we understand that employee expectations and preferences are changing. We have implemented a Hybrid Working Model that enables eligible employees to work remotely for a part of their working time and reach a working pattern that works for them
Competitive salary and non-contributory pension
30 days' holiday plus bank holidays, with the option to purchase additional days
Life Assurance and Private Healthcare for you and your family
A range of flexible benefits including Retail Discounts, a Bike4Work scheme and Gym benefits
The opportunity to support a wide-ranging CSR programme + 2 days' volunteering leave per year
Your key responsibilities
Evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls relating to Technology supporting - Compliance, Anti-Financial Crime (AFC), Legal, Human Resources (HR) and Records Management/Archiving areas in accordance with Group Audit methodology and the established risk assessment framework
Undertake audit assignments, plan audits, attends meetings with internal stakeholders as and when required, draft audit issues and share for review by audit management, conduct tracking of audit findings and validate closure of audit findings
Participate in meetings with business auditors and provide input for business led ('front to back') audits
Develop and maintain broad regulatory knowledge & experience. Stay abreast of business/industry changes and their effect on the team's audit plan, audit methodology and risk assessments
Pro-actively develop and maintain professional working relationships with colleagues, the business and respective support areas. Work in an integrated manner with fellow team members both locally and globally
Your skills and experience
University degree in Information Technology, Computer Science or related discipline and professional certification (e.g., CISA, CRISC, CCSP, ITIL, COBIT, CIA, CFE, CPA, etc.) preferred
The candidate should have significant, demonstrable experience of IT auditing (e.g. audits of automated business controls and of the implementation of new systems). Experience of audits of IT general controls is a pre-requisite
Ability to identify and evaluate risks within the control environment. Sound judgment on the impact of issues raise, as well as strong analytical, communication and project management skills
Excellent written & verbal communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels within Group Audit and with Stakeholders
How we'll support you
Training and development to help you excel in your career
Flexible working to assist you balance your personal priorities
A culture of continuous learning to aid progression
We value diversity and as an equal opportunities' employer, we make reasonable adjustments for those with a disability such as the provision of assistive equipment if required (e.g. screen readers, assistive hearing devices, adapted keyboards)
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