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Internal Audit for the Americas' mission is to influence management to improve the Governance, Risk Management and System of Internal Control across the Bank.
We provide independent and objective assurance of the effectiveness of risk management and control practices, acting as a trusted advisor to the Board of Directors, Senior Management and other key stakeholders on the control environment.
The Audit Relationship Manager Vice President is a line management role within the Internal Audit for the Americas function. It reports to either a Director, Senior Audit Manager or Managing Director, Division Audit Executive. Primarily responsible for project management on assigned audit engagements and for engagement adherence to department standards. This includes supervision of the execution of assigned audits, including planning, fieldwork, reporting, and issue tracking and follow-up. The position is responsible for internal stakeholder management and the supervision of and accountability for the quality of and judgment calls in audit work. It is also responsible for staff management on individual audit engagements.
Structure and execute efficient and effective Audits as follows:
Identify potential risk, including awareness of risks both within span of control as well as enterprise-wide.
Assign and review the work of audit team members for assigned engagements in coordination with Audit Director.
Assess the state of the governance, risk management, and control environment aspects relevant to that risk.
Report results in an effective and timely basis, leading to appropriate remedial action and ongoing management of risk.
Maintain compliance with audit methodology, while also operating within industry best practices, applicable regulations, and internal and external professional practice expectations.
Effectively manage stakeholder relationships to a mutually accountable, productive, respectful, and trusted level Act as a leader and role model and continuously improve self and department.
B.A./B.S. degree in Finance, Accounting and/or related field is required.
CPA and/or a professional designation is preferred.
5 or more years of related audit or business experience including experience in leading a work team.
Previous Credit Risk Management audit experience or equivalent is highly desired.
Proficient in the use of MS Office: Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Access.
Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills are essential.
Good understanding of risk management, audit techniques, internal controls, audit principles and theory.
Possess strong skills in risk assessment analysis and a solid understanding of business and financial markets.
Ability to monitor and analyze results of continuous monitoring program including assessing changes in a unit or function's risk profile.
Strong leadership skills.
Ability to interact effectively with all levels of management.
Good personal computer skills with a working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet and related software applications.
Travel up to 10%
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