Senior Internal Auditor
Salary: £50,000 coupled with an excellent benefits package
Location: Hybrid working but must be commutable to the following offices:
Sevenoaks, Whitstable, London, Manchester
About Our Client
My client is a leading and expanding motor insurance group renowned for their staff reward and recognition and ranked highly in The Times Top 30 Big Companies to work for.
You will perform audit assignments in accordance with the business internal audit methodology, this includes planning, fieldwork, reporting and follow up.
You will conduct internal audit work on a variety of audit assignments as determined by the annual Audit Plan such as general insurance, operations, claims, underwriting and regulatory hot topics.
Key Responsibilities / Accountabilities:
Proven experience of leading an audit from planning stage to issuance of final report;
Document understanding of business processes in process narratives and/or flow charts. Identify risks and controls within processes and provide risk assessment;
Perform audit testing to evaluate control design and operational effectiveness;
Identify, validate and present complex audit issues to senior management and develop effective working relationships with all levels of company management;
Prepare insightful audit reports that are clear, concise and value-add;
Contribute purposeful, constructive scrutiny and challenge through sound, independent judgement and common sense;
Undertake Follow-Up reviews on agreed actions to provide assurance to the Audit Committee that management agreed actions are implemented within the agreed timescales;
To undertake other reasonable responsibilities and projects as required by the GHIA; and
Maintain technical competence by ongoing training, continued professional development and seek development opportunities and apply new knowledge to daily work assignments
At least three years general insurance Internal Audit experience - either in broking, insurance or Lloyd's;
Education to degree level or equivalent;
Relevant professional qualification (ACA, ACCA, CMIIA, ACIS, CIA, PQIA);
Experience of reviewing and analysing operational processes and controls;
Ability to work to tight deadlines and use own initiative with a positive can-do attitude;
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including good presentation and report writing skills;
An analytical and problem solving mindset with an attention to detail; and
Knowledge of risk management, regulatory and governance requirements.
Sound business acumen;
Highly developed investigative skills;
Developed ability to deal with all levels of staff; and
Experience of working in a fast moving and entrepreneurial environment.
Strong influencing and negotiating skills;
Able to apply a pragmatic proportional approach;
Works well under pressure;
Attention to detail; and
Act as an ambassador for the department in promoting the value of work undertaken whenever possible.
Hybrid working arrangements. 2 days in the office/ 3 days work from home. However, this is flexible;
Ability to travel within the UK (approximately 10%)