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Internal Audit - Public Sector Graduate
  • United Kingdom - England - Bristol -
2 months ago
£ 23500 Per year
Auditor
Full Time
Job Description

The ACA qualification and apprenticeship provides a broad range of accounting, finance and business skills. It opens a wealth of opportunities.
Alternatively candidates joining PSIA can study towards the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) qualification. Focused on risk management, operation effectiveness, governance and controls, this internationally recognized qualification will enable you to develop and apply knowledge to a wide range of internal audit scenarios
The duration of either programme is 36 months.
Responsibilities

  • You will assist within the wider team by obtaining audit evidence necessary to support opinions given
  • Prepare analysis of accounting data from client’s books and records
  • Ensure audit files have all relevant documentation on the appropriate section; review appropriate and sufficient documentation obtained to support the opinion and conclusions
  • Active engagement with client staff in the gathering of appropriate audit evidence
  • Active adherence to budget and timetable, bringing matters to the attention of the Senior or Manager, particularly when actual time is in excess of budget
  • Involvement in the planning, execution and finalization of the audit assignment supporting the Audit Manager
  • Ensure compliance with internal (audit methodology and risk management) and external (regulatory) requirements
  • Identify and understand client needs, including providing initial solutions to client challenges, then communicating these needs and solutions to your Senior or Manager
  • Build strong relationships with new and established clients
  • Carry out ad hoc assignments as reasonably required by your group
  • Undertake any training or development coordinated by your group
  • Coaching and assisting more junior trainees on the team, both at client premises and in the office
  • Participate in group, stream and firm wide activities
  • Successfully study towards your professional qualification and, where relevant, corresponding apprenticeship

We understand that everyone learns in different ways and the same environment isn’t always suited to every task. We’ll help you deliver the best quality output by giving you choice and flexibility around how, when and where you work. When you need to work collaboratively, you’ll be able to work closely with colleagues, whether that’s in our offices, onsite with clients, or one of our brand-new hubs; when you need to focus, you’ll be able to work from home or in one of our quiet concentration spaces, using technology to stay connected with colleagues. We’ll provide the environment, digital tools and training to enable you to perform at your best, whatever the task in hand, for yourself, your team, and your clients.

We offer highly competitive starting salaries and review remuneration packages regularly to ensure that our pay always positively reflects performance. As well as offering support with tuition and professional qualifications, we also provide the following core benefits:

  • 25 days’ holiday;
  • access to a Group Personal Pension Plan, with matched employer contributions;
  • Life Assurance cover;
  • Income Protection insurance;

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • A 2:2 degree in any discipline (obtained or predicted)
  • Three A-levels or equivalent at A* to C excluding General Studies and Extended Projects (obtained or predicted)
  • A 9–4 in Math and English at GCSE or equivalent (we will also consider qualifications from outside the UK)

Reference no: 78550

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