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Senior Audit Manager

Wellington Wellington, Wellington Greater Wellington, New Zealand
Competitive Salary
Closing date
May 3, 2024

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Full Time
Mō te tūranga - About the role

Kia Hanga I Te Ao, E Ora Ai, E Tupu Ai, Te Tangata Me Te Kainga. At ANZ, we're shaping a world where people and communities thrive, driven by a common goal: to improve the financial wellbeing and sustainability of our millions of customers.

The Senior Audit Manager role is critical to making this happen by managing audit projects of large scale or high complexity, in line with ANZ's annual audit plan, reviewing specific business areas and assessing the adequacy and appropriateness of the risk controls in place.

You will also have the opportunity to:
  • Drive assurance reviews for ANZ's New Zealand Technology portfolio.
  • Manage the appropriate and timely assessment of the risks and controls across the Bank.
  • Ensure the appropriate application of methodology is applied, considering different ways of providing assurance and consistency within portfolios. Including clear communication of assurance outcomes with stakeholders.
  • Ensuring Technology audit work is responsive to the changing internal and external landscape.

Role Location: Auckland or Wellington

Role Type: Permanent, Full Time

Ōu Pūkenga? - What will you bring

To grow and be successful in this role, you will ideally bring the following:
  • Superior knowledge of the banking industry.
  • Experience and understanding of risk management frameworks and principles, including operational risk and compliance, and delivery risk.
  • Experience in leading concurrent large scale audit projects, for medium to high complexity profile reviews.
  • Experience auditing across complex environments.
  • Technology risk management experience, coupled with significant banking & finance industry knowledge.
  • Experience in risk and control analysis of complex business areas and processes, including experience in designing and delivering effective assurance projects.
  • Strong stakeholder engagement skills, including strong negotiation, influencing and conflict management skills.

You're not expected to have 100% of these skills. At ANZ a growth mindset is at the heart of our culture, so if you have most of these things in your toolbox, we'd love to hear from you.

He aha te take e uru ai koe ki a mātou? - So, why join us?

From the moment you join ANZ, you'll be part of a work whānau striving towards a common purpose: shaping a world where communities thrive.

But it's not just our customers who'll feel your impact. You'll feel it too. Because at ANZ, you'll have the resources, opportunities, and community you need to take the next big step in your career.

We're a diverse community at ANZ in different roles, different locations, doing different things. That's why we have a range of flexible working arrangements, so our people can "make work, work for them". We also provide a range of benefits including access to wellbeing services and discounts on selected products and services from ANZ and more.

At ANZ you'll be part of an organisation where the different backgrounds, perspectives and life experiences of our people are celebrated. That's because we're committed to building a workplace that reflects the diversity of Aotearoa New Zealand's communities. Join us and get involved in one of our affinity networks which help us to better understand and meet the needs and interests of our increasingly diverse workforce.

Kua wātea te katoa ki te tono. We welcome applications from everyone and encourage you to talk to us about any adjustments you may require to our recruitment process or the role itself. If you are a candidate with an access requirement or disability, let us know how we can provide you with additional support.

Job Posting End Date

01/05/2024, 11.59pm, (Melbourne Australia)

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