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Senior Audit & Reporting Officer

Employer
State Trustees Limited
Location
Footscray, Australia
Salary
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Apr 23, 2024

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Job Role
Auditor
Sector
Finance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
  • Footscray location, with flexible work from the home and office
  • Work with the Head, Risk and Compliance in implementing a best practice hybrid Internal Audit function
  • High impact advisory role partnering with teams across the whole organisation
  • From $120k plus super, depending on experience
  • Applications close 5 May 2024

About the Role
We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Internal Auditor to provide leadership and assurance expertise in supporting the Head of Risk, Compliance and Assurance/Chief Audit Executive in the implementation of State Trustee's Board approved Internal Audit Plan. Your key responsibilities will include:
  • Assisting the Head of Risk, Compliance and Assurance and externally appointed auditors with the implementation of the Board approved Internal Audit plan and carrying out internal audit/assurance reviews.
  • Providing internal stakeholders with reports on audit outcome findings, recommendations, highlighting trends, key themes and opportunities for improvement.
  • Following up and assisting with the implementation of agreed management actions from internal and external audits.
  • Providing secretarial and reporting support for the Risk Committee of Management and the co-ordination of assurance papers for the Board Audit and Risk Committee.

Skills and Experience
  • Tertiary qualification in auditing, accounting, business, or a related discipline (membership of the Institute of Internal Auditors highly regarded)
  • Experience in assurance and risk management, (including implementing an Internal Audit Plan with outsourced auditors) preferably within the financial services industry or government
  • Well-developed assurance leadership skills in developing and implementing assurance, investigation and reporting processes and systems
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to convey complex information in a way that others can readily follow
  • Excellent persuasive skills, both in one-on-one and group situations
  • Well-developed analytical, conceptual and problem-solving skills
  • Advanced computer literacy including competent use of Microsoft Office and related assurance, risk and or other workflow technology platforms
  • Ability to work effectively in a team, lead hybrid teams and manage supplier relationships

Employee Benefits
Our people's wellbeing is important, and we are proud to offer the following benefits:
  • One-off work-from-home set up payment
  • Career development
  • Health and well-being programs
  • Flexible working conditions
  • Education assistance
  • Purchased leave
  • Employee assistance program
  • Reward and recognition program
  • Free Will preparation
  • Retailer discounts
  • Charitable workplace giving
  • Employee social club

Most importantly, you will be part of an organisation that works collaboratively to improve the lives of Victorians.

Our Culture
For our clients, our people and the Victorian community, we demonstrate Care, Unity, Passion - we are here, we work together and we bring our best.

How to Apply
If you're keen to join our journey, click the Apply button to commence the application process. Make sure you include a cover letter and resume.

We priorotise diversity, inclusivity, and belonging for all. We value merit over factors like gender, age, ability, sexual orientation, or cultural background. If you believe you're a great fit for our team, we welcome your application.

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