Internal Auditor - One of the UKs largest housing associations
One of the UKs largest housing associations
Warm and friendly team with an agile working environment
About Our Client
Our client is one of the UKs leading housing associations who strive to provide quality, affordable homes in happy, successful places.
They have operations in Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Dorset, Devon, Wiltshire, the West of England and the Isle of Wight.
Our client driven by our social purpose, with residents at the heart of everything they do. If you are looking for a role where you can not only enjoy your role but also give back then this may be the role for you!
Our organisation builds homes and provide great services, but their work doesn't stop at the front door - they invest for the long-term, creating great places to live, working with residents and partners to support them in realising their potential
As our auditor you will support the Audit & Risk Director in delivering the internal audit service.
The internal audit service is provided by a dedicated in-house team who are supported by the use of external providers for specialist reviews.
Your main responsibility will be the delivery of a range of internal audit assignments, in accordance with the Institute of Internal Auditors Professional Standards, across the companies geographical area.
You will also:
Support the Audit & Risk Director in investigating any whistle blowing cases or allegations of fraud.
Undertake on-going training to ensure the function remains abreast of current auditing standards and best practice.
Observe and comply with and observe and continually promote equal opportunities and customer care in compliance with the organisational aims and objectives.
Participate in learning and development activities that develop professional capability, and personal effectiveness and assist in improving performance in the role.
The Successful Applicant
- Ideally you'll hold an internal audit or accountancy qualification and have experience of auditing within a large complex organisation.
- You should have experience in identifying risks, expected controls and making cost effective recommendations.
- You will also need strong IT and communication skills, with the ability and confidence to work with colleagues at all levels of the organisation.
What's on Offer
- Agile working
- Positive team culture
- Opportunities for learning and development
- UK travel (no international travel so that you can enjoy your weekends at home!)
- Hampshire office base
- Flexible benefits
- Culture of giving and customer service