Auditor - Financial, People & Central Services

  • GBP44500 - GBP51000 per annum + benefits GBP
  • London, England, United Kingdom London England GB
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Lloyds Banking Group
  • 11 Sep 18 2018-09-11

Auditor - Financial, People & Central Services

At Lloyds Banking Group, we have a clear purpose; to help Britain prosper. Across the Group, our colleagues are passionate about making a difference to customers, businesses and communities.
Here in Group Internal Audit (GIA), we're the third line of defence.

We take a leading role in keeping the Group sustainable and secure and our vision is to be a leading internal audit function. We provide independent, expert, objective assurance on the control framework of Lloyds Banking Group.

As an Auditor within the Financial, People & Central Services audit team, you'll support the delivery of a wide range of audits across regulatory compliance, governance, people, legal and operational risk.

Audits are of varying scale and scope, across the People & Productivity division. You'll work collaboratively with internal stakeholders so that we audit what matters and you'll be involved from end to end with the planning and execution of the audit.

There's a lot to learn about audit methodology and we deliver within defined time, cost and quality parameters so the ability to prioritise and work to deadlines is essential.

You'll work across the Group and develop your network to understand and evaluate current and emerging business risks and how they may impact People & Productivity division.

A key facet of this role is to support the audit engagement leads to deliver high-quality internal audit opinions and you'll play a key role in the tracking of any issues identified during the audit through to resolution.
You'll have a relentless curiosity and the confidence to make recommendations based on your findings.

Adept at communicating well, you'll be able to tailor your style to a wide range of stakeholders via written and verbal methods and articulate your message in a straightforward way.

You'll need to make sense of complex processes and represent our customer's perspective to identify potential areas of risk.

If you can demonstrate a proven ability to learn quickly and progress in your past or present roles, you should consider a career within Group Internal Audit.

You will have worked in either an assurance related role and be looking to develop subject-matter expertise in an HR People function, or you'll already have expertise in HR and understand the way in which the function helps the Group meet the needs of our customers.

You'll understand the key risks and controls within your current role and you'll be able to articulate how you've identified potential areas for control improvement.

You'll receive full support and training to develop your audit career including opportunity to attain a professionally recognised qualification. So this role could well suit you if you're a graduate, keen to transfer the skills and experience you've already gained in your career, to an internal audit function.

You'll demonstrate a relentless curiosity and the confidence to make recommendations based on your findings, adapting your communication style to a wide range of stakeholders and able to articulate your message in a straightforward way.

You'll have a proven ability to make sense of complex processes and represent the customer's perspective to identify potential areas of risk.

In addition to the salary range quoted, this role offers life assurance, private medical care, share schemes and contributory pension contributions as well a total reward package that offers the option to choose an additional 4% cash lump sum or pick from a wide range of benefits to suit your lifestyle.

Join us and be part of an inclusive, values-led culture, focused on making a difference. Together we'll continue our market leading, ground breaking transformation and you'll help us realise the Group's vision to become the Best Bank for Customers. Together we make it possible.