- New York, NY, USA
- Permanent, Full time
- 16 Feb 18 2018-02-16
We are the New York office of a global European-based financial institution. We seek an experienced Auditor who will work within a small Audit team environment, reporting directly to the Head of Group Audit, US. Primary coverage will be New York based businesses which include Corporate Banking (e.g., Energy, Commodities, and Transportation); Capital Markets (e.g., Securities Finance, Foreign Exchange, Rates, etc.); and ALM/Treasury.
We seek candidates with the following skills and experience:
- Relevant audit experience (5+ years) in Corporate Banking and Capital Markets, including coverage of risk management, compliance, operations, and finance/accounting.
- Team player with demonstrated track record in self-initiative and time management.
- Knowledge of Computer-Assisted Audit Tools/Techniques (CAATTs).
- Undergraduate degree in Business (preferably Finance).
- CIA or CFSA credentials are a plus.
- Excellent writing, verbal and interpersonal skills to clearly articulate issues to a wide audience.
In this role, the auditor will:
- Plan and execute audit assignments in accordance with Group Audit methodology and audit tools. The Auditor is to have a strong understanding of relevant risks and control processes in an FRB regulated bank, foreign banking organization preferred.
- Audit results are expected to be based on a combination of qualitative and substantive (testing) fieldwork. Through the course of fieldwork, the Auditor is to identify control deficiencies and practical solutions as part of delivering a high quality work product.
- Proficiently use the department’s audit tools in planning and executing audit assignments.
- Maintain relationships with management to monitor the initiatives, developments or challenges within the firm (i.e., continuous business monitoring).
- Prepare written audit results developed from audit assignments or continuous business monitoring work. Professional writing is to consist of first-rate grammar with sufficient clarity for the executive reader.
- Monitor management’s progress with corrective actions, and provide guidance toward the sustainable closure of audit findings.
- Maintain professional and constructive relationships with management (i.e., first and second lines of defense) to motivate continuous improvement, challenge processes to elevate the norm, and add value.