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Senior Internal Auditor

Location
Crawley, West Sussex  Further Information
Job Type
Finance
Ref
152565
Salary: Competitive dependant on experience
 
Contract: Up to 8 months fixed term/secondment (maternity cover)

Hours: 37.5 hours per week, Mon - Fri 09:00 - 17:30
 
Location: The VHQ, Crawley, West Sussex
 
Closing date: Saturday 22 September 2018

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In a nutshell


This is a fantastic opportunity to join our Internal Audit team on an initial 8-month maternity cover basis. You'll be working in a fast paced environment, helping the business implement an exciting business strategy through the provision of timely, incisive and value-adding compliance, advisory and risk management engagements.

With responsibility for the end-to-end execution of audit and risk engagements, the output of your work will have a direct impact on ensuring effective financial and non-financial operations of the company, commanding top management and board attention.
The position reports to the Group Head of Internal Audit. Limited travel is expected for this role of less than 10%.

Key purpose statement of the Group Internal Audit Function.

The Group Internal Audit function covers our Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Holidays and Virgin Cargo business units, providing an independent and objective assurance service on behalf of the Board and Audit Committee, in line with corporate governance requirements. Our primary aim is to help the group implement effective systems to ensure financial, commercial and operational risks are identified and addressed properly, and that adequate control frameworks exist across the full range of operations and activities. We also provide advisory services to management, designed to add value and improve the effectiveness of Group operations.

Day to day

Directly contribute to the development, review and co-ordination of the yearly risk-based audit plan and the mechanism to report progress against such plans on a regular basis.

Develop audit scopes and programmes that demonstrate commercial awareness and address key business risks.

Undertake end-to-end audits, working both independently and as part of a team, including scoping, fieldwork, reporting and close out.

Provide pragmatic advice and convincing audit recommendations that drive genuine improvements in the control environment, and obtaining senior management agreement and buy in.

Provide targeted advisory engagements on a planned and ad hoc basis to stakeholders at all levels.

Contribute to business forums and discussions, providing risk and controls insights.

Support the monitoring, reporting and escalation of open audit and enterprise risk management actions.

Identifying, sharing and promoting best practice in internal auditing within Group Internal Audit and throughout the Group.

About you

With a demonstrable track record in delivering high quality internal audit services, preferably gained in a professional practice or large multinational corporate, you will possess proven value-adding audit experience. You’ll be degree educated (or equivalent) with one or more professional qualifications such as CPA, ACA, ACCA, CIA, CISA, or similar.

You will be data-savvy, comfortable using a range of technologies and data-analysis techniques to inform your audit programmes and testing approaches. Ideally, you will have experience with auditing software such as ACL and IDEA, and/or advanced excel auditing skills.

You will have an advanced understanding of a range of risk and control frameworks, and the ability to benchmark company performance using your first-hand knowledge and best-practice examples. You'll be a good communicator who is able to establish and maintain effective working relationships throughout the organisation via an open and consulting approach. In addition, you will have the ability to gather, analyse, and evaluate facts and prepare and present concise oral and written reports. 

If you’re upbeat with a practical, professional and positive attitude, you have an inquisitive approach with a real passion for attention to detail, then we would welcome an application from you.

The perks

Our pioneering spirit and passion keeps our brand vibrantly alive. That's why we give our people the rewards that they deserve. We have a whole host of benefits in place to help you enjoy life to the full, as well as a world of travel opportunities including up to seven flights a year to a wide range of fabulous Virgin Atlantic global destinations. We also offer a competitive benefits package including pension and private medical schemes, life assurance, child care vouchers and excellent discounts across the Virgin Group of companies. We appreciate that life is busy, so when operationally possible remote working is available.

Be you - our differences make us stronger 
 
Virgin Atlantic and Virgin holidays are equal opportunities employers and positively encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible applicants regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Our aim is to employ people who reflect the diverse nature of society which is why we strive to provide an inclusive environment where individuality is celebrated and we can unleash the potential of our brilliant mix of people.
 
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