Our client is a global independent bank with London offices based in the West End
Manage each project on a paperless basis using TeamMate, a working paper package, so that the project is completed within time budget, except where overruns are authorised in advance by the Head of Audit. Any change (increase or decrease) to the audit scope must be approved by Head of Audit.
At the start of each project the auditor will set milestones for the completion of each stage and agree these with the Head of Audit for inclusion in the terms of reference.
Carry out all work in accordance with the standards in the Audit manual. This includes undertaking IT Audits to ensure that the COBIT framework is met. This requires for each audit:
Terms of Reference;
Completion of an audit planning memorandum
Audit programme including proposed testing;
Documenting walk-throughs and system notes;
Where possible, interrogation software to be used to provide optimum coverage and assurance; and
Audit trail retained of testing completed and results.
Working papers should be sufficiently detailed as to provide evidence to support factual issues raised in reports, which describe weaknesses, identified during the audit, indicate their risk and significance and make constructive recommendations for the improvement of each areas procedures and working practices.
Develop effective professional relationships with the auditees which facilitate the successful completion of the audit work.
Make a constructive contribution to the preparation of the annual audit plan. This includes being aware of the current themes from Regulations, identification of areas/activities where a review could add value to the bank and highlighting during the year potential ‘pressure points’ within the organisation.
As required prepare monthly, quarterly and annual reporting for CEO/GHOA/Management Committee/Audit & Compliance Committee in draft for review by Head of Audit.
As required manage the monthly follow-up of outstanding Audit issues.
Designated Business Reporting Officer (BRO) for Internal Audit Operational Risk Self-Assessment (ORSA) reporting.
Ideally specific knowledge will include both financial services IT systems and financial services activities.
Interpersonal skills will include the ability to deal with both senior management and general staff. Proven ability to resolve conflict.
Good analytical skills
Good project management skills
IT and Information Security related experience – Dynamic, proven track record in IT and Operational audits
Experience in use of Data Analytics Tools (preferred)
For further information please contact Natalie Antat