Senior Internal Auditors

We are working with a dynamic and fast-growing Federal Government organisation that has multiple openings for Senior Internal Auditors (APS6) to join their Melbourne-based team. These are long-term contract assignments, starting in November, with a contract length of 24 months. 

As a Senior Internal Auditor, you will work as part of a team and undertake assurance and advisory engagements. You will be responsible for assisting with the delivery of the Internal Audit Plan, as part of the Internal Audit Division. This will include undertaking a range of duties that focus on identifying, independently assessing and recommending appropriate action plans to remediate control gaps. You will be part of a high performing team, undertaking a multi-faceted role which requires strong communication and research skills, and a strong focus on analysis of comprehensive data related to complex internal audits under limited guidance.

Responsibilites:
  • Develop work programs for assessments
  • Liaise with a variety of internal and external stakeholders on auditing matters.
  • Develop process flowcharts to support the understanding of key processes and controls associated with the assurance engagements.
  • Develop risk and control matrices to support assurance activities and findings.
  • Undertake assurance assessment (testing) activities
  • Collect and examine evidence against agreed engagement criteria
  • Make observations in relation to the evidence, linked to the assessment objectives, and assist with wording of audit findings and recommendations to improve internal controls.
  • Deliver assurance assessments (testing) that meet objectives, in accordance with  internal audit methodology.
  • Contribute to the development of executive reporting which outlines findings and observations, through the preparation of internal audit reports
  • Identify and support opportunities to enhance the assessment process
  • Auditing compliance with relevant legislation including the Public Governance, Performance & Accountability Act.
Key Skills & Experience:
  • Experience working across a broad range of auditing activities
  • Proven experience in Audit & Assurance, ideally within the government or community/healthcare sectors
  • Strong strategic focus & the ability to adapt quickly to a changing environment
  • Excellent time management skills, including the ability to prioritise competing, and often urgent, requests
  • Strong stakeholder management and negotiation skills
  • Proficiency with IT software & systems, including CRM
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications highly desirable
Please note this is a contract assignment with a duration of two years, positions are based in the Melbourne CBD and the hourly rate is $51.50p/hr + super. If you are interested in learning more, please apply online with a recent copy of your resume, noting that the closing date for applications is Wednesday 16th October.
07/10/2019
Melbourne (Melbourne)
Contract
Accounting
BH-353724
Catalina Malone