Internal Audit Semi Senior
We are currently recruiting for an Internal Audit Semi Senior to join us at Kreston Reeves.
At Kreston Reeves, our purpose is to guide our clients, our colleagues, and our communities to a brighter future. Our purpose is rooted in our values, and our values define who we are, what we stand for, and how we behave.
We help dynamic businesses, charity and not-for-profit organisations, private individuals, and families with much more than just accountancy and financial advice. We get to know and understand your needs, and our people’s dedication to providing a personal service sets us apart from the competition.
Firm Culture and Benefits
It’s often said that it’s the people you work with that make a job special. At Kreston Reeves, we really believe that is true. With 200 years of history behind us, we are long-standing employers in the Kent, Sussex and London communities. Our reputation is upheld by our people, who make it stronger every day. We live our values, creating a culture so our people can thrive.
We are proud to support our people; from hybrid working, offering a better work/life balance, to engaging in conversations around mental health and wellbeing – we want all our people to feel valued and appreciated.
But we do not stop there – we take an active role in giving back to our communities, with our Corporate and Social Responsibility (CSR) programme, Kreston Reeves Foundation charity and paid volunteer days, so our people can support the charitable causes closest to their hearts.
We offer a huge range of benefits - you can find out more here. Our people are our greatest asset, so if you think we are the right fit for you, read on to find out more about the role.
Internal Auditor you will report to supervisors and managers, taking
responsibility for completing tasks accurately, to deadline and liaising
with clients in line with the Client Charter. You will work on simple
and large internal audit assignments, taking responsibility for the
overall audit direction, working remotely, in the office and at client
premises, as well as preparing internal audit planning and internal
audit reports for review by the supervisor/manager. You should have a
basic understanding of, and be able to implement the basic elements of,
the firm’s audit package (CaseWare).
The objectives of the role
To contribute to the provision of an excellent service to a diverse range of clients and providing support to supervisors and managers. You will also be expected to help develop the service line by supporting and developing business development opportunities.
Along with those responsibilities mentioned above you will:
- Appropriately plan and discuss internal audit scope and work programmes ahead of scheduled visits
- Undertake audit work as set out on work programme and discuss findings to clients
- Produce effective written reports of internal audit findings using the firm’s templates
- Identify other planning opportunities based on risk registers and audit work
- Monitor workload and communicate effectively with team members and clients on progress
- Part-Qualified/Qualified AAT or Part-Qualified ACA/ACCA, or qualified by experience
- Full time or Part time
- Team player
- Organisational skills
- Good communication skills
- Analytical thinking
- Business and not for profit (charities and schools) experience and knowledge
- Risk awareness
- Negotiation and conflict resolution skills
- Willingness to research
- Report writing experience
- Willingness to travel
For further information, and to apply, please visit our website via the “Apply” button below.