Internal Auditor Internal Auditor …

Schroders Investment Management
in London, England, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 17 Jan 20
Competitive
Schroders Investment Management
in London, England, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 17 Jan 20
Competitive
Schroders Investment Management
Internal Auditor
Schroders' Internal Audit function has 16 staff, led by the Head of Group Internal Audit. The function is responsible for all internal audit activities for the Group. It has recently taken on additional responsibility for the delivery of aspects of the Group's thematic compliance monitoring programme, with particular emphasis on global thematic monitoring assignments.

Overview of role

As Schroders' Internal Audit function has a global remit you will be required to work both in the UK and overseas. The team has a high profile, and the work undertaken is complex and often time pressured, and will in many cases have significant impact upon ongoing activities within the Group.

This role will incorporate both internal audit and compliance monitoring activity, with projects (whether audits or monitoring reviews) being allocated to staff by the function's senior management team.
You will be expected to take a role in the planning and delivery of all aspects of internal audit and compliance monitoring assignments, including reporting. As well as internal audits and thematic compliance monitoring reviews, where required you will be expected to undertake investigations, thematic reviews and special projects.

Duties will include:

• Performing risk-based internal audit and compliance monitoring reviews (and, where required, investigations, thematic reviews and special projects).
• Ensuring the quality of work completed and outputs produced, including adherence to the relevant professional standards.
• Keeping your line manager informed of progress and any impacts on the originally agreed time budget deadlines.
• Managing the tracking of issues and actions arising from internal audit and compliance monitoring work.

Essential Skills

• Experience of working in an established asset management business.
• Experience of identifying and reporting control and regulatory issues in the context of an asset management function.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Self-motivated and delivery focussed.
• Ability to travel overseas for up to 20% of your time.

Desirable Skills

• A relevant auditing or accounting qualification.

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