risk auditor in toronto

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temporary
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job details

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location
toronto, ontario
job category
Finance and Accounting
job type
temporary
reference number
2110538STFEN
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job description

The Audit Manager is responsible for conducting audits that critically assess management and internal control processes, ensuring the nature, extent and timing of the audit is appropriately executed and contributing to the formulation of an insightful audit report that provides clear, concise and memorable insights on possible issues, which will assist management in fulfilling its responsibilities.

Key Dimensions of Capability:
• Proactively identify changing strategies, tactics, risks and initiatives to deliver audit and investigative services with the appropriate focus.
• Provide fair and balanced insights into current, emerging, and potential issues, themes, trends and opportunities that will enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of control processes.
• Deliver high quality work.
• Maintain the independence of the audit practice and its personnel.
• Conduct an audit practice viewed by the Board, management and regulators as meeting expectations.
• Continue to advance the professional practice to enhance the assurance model, and the nature and quality of insights.

Specific Responsibilities:
• Proactively identify changing strategies, tactics, risks and initiatives to deliver audit and investigative services with the appropriate focus.
o Meet with key members of management periodically to ensure an understanding of strategies, tactics, objectives and initiatives.
o Execute audit procedures conducted in full recognition of the risks of the auditee which encompass the internal risks, control risks and internal/external environments and regulatory risks.
o As required, provide input to the development of an annual audit plan.
• Provide fair and balanced insights into current, emerging, and potential issues, themes, trends and opportunities that will enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of control processes.
o Develop audit discussion points that are insightful and provide a fair and balanced assessment based upon critical assessment of management and control processes such points will be clear, concise, objective and timely in their delivery.
o Provide the Director/Senior Audit Manager with meaningful insights on efficiency opportunities observed within auditee functions.
o Demonstrate good judgement in application of audit procedures.
o Develop and maintain good working relations with key auditees and executives at senior management levels. o Provide timely and insightful support to the Director/Senior Audit Manager.
• Deliver high quality work.
 Maintain a working knowledge of the industry, of the auditee, the regulatory and broad economic environment availing the auditee of the knowledge as to the development of new strategies and tactical plans and opportunities.
 Ensure that all audit procedures executed are conducted to the high standards set out by Corporate Audit, adherence to which is confirmed through our Quality Assurance program and/or regulatory examination results.
 Apply sound judgement in the execution of the assigned work.
 Ensure open and effective lines of communication are maintained with the auditee.
 Effectively execute sections of the audit as assigned by the Director/Senior Audit Manager.
 Conduct such projects as may be assigned by the Director/Senior Audit Manager.
• Maintain the independence of the audit practice and its personnel.
 Maintain regular communication with the Director/Senior Audit Manager on Corporate Audit issues concerning the audit engagement.
 Demonstrate high quality work consistent with an audit function in a Heightened Expectations environment.
 Provide proactive leadership and direction to Audit Analysts and Associates as may be required, supporting performance assessments by the Director/Senior Audit Manager.
 Continue to advance the capabilities of individual teams by participating in internal / external training opportunities.
 Be a positive role model for others, demonstrating the principles and values set by Corporate Audit and the Enterprise.
 Be and be seen as a leader among Audit Managers through creative thinking and active participation in leadership forums within Corporate Audit.
 Be and be seen as a knowledgeable person in business and audit technical matters keeping current on new thinking/practices.
 Support the culture within Corporate Audit.
• Conduct an audit practice viewed by the Board, management and regulators as meeting expectations.
• Continue to advance the professional practice to enhance the assurance model, and the nature and quality of insights.
o Be seen as knowledgeable within specific technical competency roles aligned to the needs of Corporate Audit.
o Provide the Director/Senior Audit Manager with critical input to Chief Auditor

Advantages
Location: 55 Bloor St. W and onsite on clients. This will include travel to the US (Chicago & Milwaukee, NYC)
One month assignment with potential to be extended
$64-75/hr
Work for Canada's oldest bank

Qualifications
• 3-5 years of direct relevant experience in an audit function or business/corporate function
• Professional or business designation is required. (CIA)
• Good knowledge in Internal Controls and Risk Assessment.
• Knowledge of trends and best practices in Internal Control.
• Solid knowledge of the subject matter of assigned Centre of Competency
• Working level interpersonal, relationship management and communication skills.
• Working level planning and organizing skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities.
• Introductory level leadership and managerial skills.
• Working level negotiating, conflict resolution and influencing skills.
• Good analytical skills.

Lindsay,
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Phone Number:
416.861.9888
Fax Number:
416.861.8727

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