Audit Manager, Financial Crime in Edinburgh | NatWest Group Careers
Join us as an Audit Manager, Financial Crime
What you'll do
- We'll look to you to provide independent engagement assurance by leading the engagement team specific to Financial Crime
- You'll be supporting the engagement assurance planning, ensuring coverage of all key risks, complying with regulatory requirements for Internal Audit, and deploying resources to best use
- Using your expert knowledge of auditing, you'll be able to advance your career in this critical leadership role
As an Audit Manager, you'll be providing quality, efficient and effective assurance and influencing business managers to improve control. You'll be leading and coaching your team as they deliver audit engagements, making sure they're delivered to budget and on time while helping them to realise their potential.
You'll also be:
The skills you'll need
- Delivering audit engagements and driving assurance for regular and complex engagements
- Leveraging Internal Audit's industry leading audit methodology and tools
- Ensuring compliance with global methodology within engagements and accurately keeping the audit management tool up to date
- Managing key stakeholders throughout audit engagements, ensuring a good understanding of business risks and an open and effective discussion on key risks
- Building on an excellent Internal Audit position and influencing the evolution of our control framework
We're looking for an experienced internal audit manager or someone with a strong background in risk management, along with financial crime knowledge and experience. You'll need to be able to demonstrate how you've successfully delivered projects - audit or otherwise - while keeping a firm hand on budget, time and quality.
You'll have experience of leading and undertaking key aspects of the assurance fieldwork, taking responsibility for the work undertaken by a team being delivered on time, fit for purpose and providing reliable evidence to support issues and opinions.
You'll also demonstrate:
- Strong risk and audit experience, preferably within the financial services industry
- Knowledge of the regulatory environment
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills
- The ability to effectively manage senior stakeholder relationships, and challenge and influence confidently and clearly
- A proactive approach towards identifying and developing talent
If you need any adjustments to support your application, such as information in alternative formats or special requirements to access our buildings, or if you're eligible under the Disability Confident Scheme please contact us and we'll do everything we can to help.