Principle Auditor - Commercial Housing Association
Working as part of a fast growing business and team to plan and deliver internal audits alongside risk management, fraud prevention and anti0bribery and corruption.
Our client is a regulated charitable housing association and one of the UK's most successful independent social businesses. They house around 250,000 people in more than 97,000 homes, primarily across London and the South East.
They are a long-term partner in the neighbourhoods where they work. They hope to build aspiration, opportunity and confidence in their communities through their GBP 250 million foundation and skills academy.
In response to the housing and affordability crisis, they will build 100,000 new homes over ten years, at least 50% of these new homes will be genuinely affordable, with a target of 60% in London.
As an employer they are committed to supporting your work-life balance and recognise the changing demands and circumstances in life; they are more than happy to accommodate part time or flexible working arrangements. In addition, should your circumstances change once you have joined, you can also request flexible working arrangements, e.g. a change to working hours - if it's feasible then they'll make it happen.
They are recognised externally for their commitment to inclusion. They are a Stonewall Diversity Champion, a Disability Confident (Committed) employer and have signed the Time to Change Employer Pledge to demonstrate our commitment to end mental health discrimination in the workplace.
Exciting opportunity for a Principal Internal Auditor as they expand their senior team.
Reporting to the Deputy Director, the Principal Auditor will lead on risk-based audits covering all areas of operations including; construction, maintenance, resident and central services.
You will be required to support the management of the team; consisting of senior auditors, auditors and apprentices, and also work closely with our trusted advisors from across the business and externally, to support the delivery of the far-reaching annual audit plan.
You will have highly developed influencing skills as you will interact with the Executive Group and senior managers to ensure that audit assignments are timely, relevant and authentic.
If you are composed, confident, and self-motivated and are a first-class communicator, this role could be the opportunity that you have been waiting for.
Qualified ACCA or ACA or CIMA or CCAB or IIA
Demonstrable experience of leading audit assignments gained within a customer focused/vibrant private or public organisation.
Highly developed analytical skills and ability.
Excellent presentation and influencing skills, ability to produce quality materials and deliver at the highest level.
Able to demonstrate commercial and financial acumen.
Demonstrable experience of counter fraud, bribery and corruption and participation or leading investigations would be helpful.
Work life balance
Fast growing organisation and expanding team
Being part of a larger team
Interesting variety of work covering Internal Audit, Risk, Fraud and Anti-bribery and corruption
Full time or part time