The Audit Senior leads or performs audit related activities and works as a team member on audit assignments. Leads risk-
focused fieldwork, in accordance with Internal Audit policies, methodologies, and standards in order to identify meaningful issues, risks and other exposures in the area of the company being audited.
Draws on extensive experience and / or specialist skills (e.g. technology, advanced operational knowledge, modelling, or experience, etc.
to plan and deliver audits. Specialists (modellers, IT Audit, programming, Professional Practices, etc.) may have different specific requirements but all roles involve management and problem solving with little day-
to-day oversight. Leads or performs audit related activities, manages others, and works as a team member on audit assignments, as required.
Responsible for ensuring testing (or other tasks as applicable to a specialty) is adequately thorough and accurate to allow an evaluation of the adherence to company policies and procedures, audit methodologies, and all applicable regulations, when performing a project leader role.
If the role requires a specialism, the individual will work on projects of greater complexity that involve significant understanding of the regulatory regimes, business models and processes for each assignment.
Leverages advanced business knowledge or experience in order to practice strategic or systemic results. Able to query business clients and colleagues in Audit to understand the underlying processes and procedures necessary to evaluate the control risks.
Performs research independently and has adequate knowledge of statistical sampling and risk analysis to perform research with technical accuracy.
Engages in Continuous Monitoring activities.
Thinks beyond past routines about new issues or risks. Proficient with statistical or modelling computing software if applicable.
Demonstrates skills through advanced analysis of business processes and issue identification, as well as discussions with the project leader, audit manager, and auditees.
Understands the sensitive nature of confidential information and uses it appropriately. Elevates potential audit issues to the AIC as soon as they are identified.
Has demonstrated ability to explain technical / complex issues to non-technical audiences and is gaining skill in persuading and influencing others to adopt a new point of view.
Finds effective solutions to problems involving specialism. In such cases, contributes technical or specialized skills sets or business knowledge not readily available elsewhere in the department to solve audit issues.
Identifies inconsistencies with the control environment, regulatory requirements and best practices and initiates the development of a structure or solution to address the issue(s).
Identifies opportunities for the use of automation and actively takes part in advancing recommendations for software support requests.
No direct reports. Demonstrates leadership through work guidance and training of less experienced peers and through advice to assigned clients.
May lead others on discrete projects or mentor team members.
Job scope is limited to the accuracy and quality of incumbent's own work. Contributes to the achievement of team goals. May have project-
level resource responsibilities (e.g., human resources, budgeting, etc.).
2. Qualifications Education Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and work experience required. Degree in Accounting, Finance, or relevant critical thinking specialty such as MIS, DIS, Computer Science, Mathematics preferred. Experience
will be seen as a competitive advantage.