Audit Engagement Manager
Our Internal Audit team provide a range of audit services both internally and to a number of other local authorities. We provide internal audit, counter fraud and risk management services, aiming to support and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes as part of a commercially viable and forward thinking service. A recent External Quality Assessment of our service concluded that we comply with the Public Sector Internal Audit Standards and working for Warwickshire County Council in Internal Audit presents you with the unique opportunity to operate within a hugely diverse client base; from Fire and Rescue to various District and County Councils and Police Forces.
Following on from a successful team review and the retirement of a senior member of the team, we're now moving forward to recruit to a number of roles within the team, as a result of growing demand and growth. One of these is is the role of Audit Engagement Manager.
If you desire routine, predictability of workload and enjoy being immersed in the granular level detail, this will not be the right opportunity for you.
If you are ambitious, enjoy flexible working in an autonomous and proactive way, focus your attention on the big picture, all whilst creating and nurturing solid working and commercial relationships, then this role will be a great match.
You would be responsible for leading a team of auditors delivering services to a range of clients (currently Worcestershire County Council and Warwickshire and West Mercia police) and would be based at County Hall, Worcester but some travel to other sites will be needed.
How to apply
Please click the 'Apply' button to begin the short application process.
For further information, or an informal chat about the role(s), for example to discuss flexible working options, locations or anything else, please contact Garry Rollason on .
Closing date: 15 July 2018
Interview: single stage, to be held on: 29th August & 4th September 2018.
If you apply and are successful through shortlist, you'll be sent an invite to interview and a link to complete an online psychometric personality assessment (which you'll do in advance of the interview day). We do this because it helps us to understand your preferred style and approach to work, which we then match that up with our Behaviours, culture and the responsibilities of the job(s). When you come for your interview, you'll discuss this as part of the process. We want our process to be as transparent as possible, because we value that recruitment is, and will always be, very much a two-way process. We will also ask you do a short pre-interview exercise.
Our method of application is online, you will also be required to upload your CV.
If you are unable to apply using the 'Apply' button please contact the Recruitment Centre including your contact details and any relevant screenshots.
You will be notified of our shortlisting decision via email, so please check your email on a regular basis after submitting your application.
If you join us, you'll be part of a very inclusive, flexible working culture. Alongside a generous holiday allowance and access to our Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) you will be part of an organisation that puts its people at the forefront. Our engagement surveys and retention data demonstrate that people enjoy working for us and stay with us long term. We prioritise growing talent through career development and training, being focused on how we can continue to modernise the way we work. The Warwickshire office is in a historic building in the centre of Warwick with some free onsite parking: supported by modern office facilities and the latest IT. County Hall, Worcester is on the outskirts of Worcester.
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We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce.