SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR - Multinational company (M / F)
Our client is a multi-national conglomerate operating in various businesses (retail, energy, infrastructure; and telecommunications).
Reporting into a Manager for each assignment, the successful candidate will undertake internal audits end to end from planning, to fieldwork to reporting.
He / She will undertake a variety of operational and financial audits in a team player role with colleagues from London (and sometimes Hong Kong) office.
He / She will undertake tasks including data analysis (Excel), process investigation and documentation.
Based in the Luxembourg office, the successful candidate will have around up to 35% overseas travel ( travel outside of Luxembourg), mostly in Europe / UK, and occasional opportunities for assignments further afield.
The team reviews typically last from 1 to 3 weeks of fieldwork depending on the assignment type and complexity; audit team size ranges from 2 up to around 8 depending on the assignment, which may range from a complete audit of a small start-up through to the audit of one or more processes of a large and mature organisation.
Our audit scopes can cover either financial and / or operational areas ( warehouse and logistics, telecom credit and fraud operations, billing and revenue assurance, IT / cyber security, stock management, store operations, procurement etc) - this variety requires our team to develop a wide ranging knowledge across several industry sectors and process areas, and so in depth planning and preparation is needed for each assignment.
Our audit style requires our team to dig deep into the process area(s) being audited, so that root causes are identified.
Geographically the internal audit team focuses on Group companies based in UK / Europe, although some work is also undertaken from time to time further afield ( Middle East).
THE CANDIDATE PROFILE
Remains professional at all times. Contributes to establishing a team environment within the department.
Our client is a large conglomerate.
At the final stages of the recruitment process, the successful candidate can be asked to provide supporting documentation such as, for example, copies of diplomas or proof of previous jobs, and a standard criminal record check might also be requested.