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Audit Manager: Credit Risk

Employer
Royal Bank of Scotland
Location
Charing Cross, Central London, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Jan 15, 2022

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Job Role
Auditor
Sector
Finance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Level of qualification
Newly qualified, Qualified, CIMA
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Join us as an Audit Manager, Credit Risk

  • If you're an experienced auditor or have a strong background in risk management, this is an opportunity to join us and play a significant role in mitigating risks across our business
  • By providing quality, efficient and effective assurance, you'll be able to make a tangible difference to the bank's future
  • This is an opportunity to gain valuable experience in a highly visible part of the bank, giving you a great insight into how we work

What you'll do

As an Audit Manager, you'll be responsible for leading audit engagements specific to credit risk and influencing managers across the bank to help improve the control environment. You'll also be responsible for supervising and coaching team members, supporting them to realise their potential.

You'll be responsible for engagement planning, ensuring coverage of all key risks, complying with internal methodology for Internal Audit, and deploying resources to best use.

You'll also:

  • Use a commercial mind-set, and make sure that the engagement team works efficiently Leverage Internal Audit's industry leading audit methodology and tools
  • Ensure compliance with global methodology within engagements and accurately keeping the audit management tool up to date
  • Manage key stakeholders throughout audit engagements, ensuring a good understanding of business risks and an open and effective discussion on key risks
  • Produce effective engagement reports which articulate risks and issues clearly

The skills you'll need

We'll look to you to bring expertise in audit with a proven ability to deliver high quality audits on time and to budget. You'll also have a strong understanding of banking and credit risk management, ideally in a wholesale banking environment

You'll also need to have:

  • A keen eye for detail with strong analytical and problem solving abilities
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • An awareness and understanding of data analytics, with the ability to assess and prioritise data effectively
  • The ability to support and supervise your team through coaching, feedback and development
  • Proven stakeholder management skills
Hours

35
Full time
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