- GBP50000 - GBP60000 per annum + Benefits
- Édimbourg, Ecosse, Royaume-Uni
- CDI, Plein-temps
- Lloyds Banking Group
- 09 oct. 17 2017-10-09
Here at Lloyds Banking Group we are recruiting an Audit Manager role to be based in Edinburgh, Bristol or London.
To help Britain prosper, everyone in the Group is helping to build a stronger, more responsible business that will stand out by meeting the needs of families, businesses and communities across the UK. Together we make it possible.
Do you want to gain experience across a wide range of projects and stakeholders? There couldn't be a better time to join Group Audit, as we work to become the best bank for customers and to build an exciting future for our people. Group Audit is the third line of defence and takes a leading role in rebuilding trust for our customers by providing expert assurance on the control framework and providing value adding insight by connecting the dots across the organisation.
Our Insurance Finance and Actuarial team' within Group Audit specifically focuses on the processes and controls operated within the Finance function of the Lloyds Banking Group's Insurance businesses, providing an excellent opportunity to develop your knowledge in both the life insurance and general insurance industry.
As an Audit Manager, you'll undertake audits to provide reliable, independent assurance and agree management actions to enhance the control framework. You'll identify and assess potential risks working in line with current regulatory and statutory requirements to minimise any impacts to the Insurance business. You'll establish and build relationships with internal stakeholders across Insurance Finance to educate the business in the control framework and influence business processes in the course of your audit work.
Naturally, you'll apply and champion the Group Audit methodology and standards and keep abreast of audit best practice and the changing regulatory environment. As an Audit Manager, you'll demonstrate group values and support and contribute to the success of the wider audit function.
Ideally you'll understand project management techniques, understand the different types of controls, understand the typical risks and controls within Insurance Finance and be able to combine those skills to provide effective challenge to the business around those risks and controls. Actuarial knowledge or experience would be useful but is not essential for the role.
You'll have good influencing and motivating skills in a complex and diverse stakeholder environment and have a proven track record of delivery, managing under pressure and meeting tight deadlines. Excellent analytical, presentational, verbal and non-verbal communication skills are essential.
In addition to the salary range quoted, this role offers car allowance, pension and flex benefits
In return for your expertise, you'll enjoy our total commitment to your on-going personal and professional development. As a valued member of our team, you'll be supported to grow and advance through excellent training and progression opportunities.
We are seeing the unprecedented changes in the banking sector brought about by shifts in technology, our customers' changing preferences and the evolving competitive and regulatory environment. So we are on adapting, innovating and responding at pace to ensure we can continue to help Britain prosper and become the best bank for customers. As a colleague of Lloyds Banking Group, you'll help us achieve our three strategic priorities: creating the best customer experience; becoming simpler and more efficient; and delivering sustainable growth.