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Audit Supervisor Job at Brown Brothers Harriman – in Dublin

Job Description

The Audit Supervisor delivers audit services that consistently satisfy the needs and reasonable expectations of auditees by helping them improve the control environment, streamline their business and achieve operational excellence. Leading an audit, s/he has responsibility for evaluating risks and controls, executing audit reviews, supervising others during the planning and fieldwork phases of the review, communicating issues and findings to management, devising solutions for business improvements, and following up on corrective actions. The Audit Supervisor will need to work effectively in a team setting to perform all audit work in accordance with department and professional standards. Additionally, the Audit Supervisor will prepare detailed reports of audit findings, recommend control improvements as appropriate and complete assignments in an efficient manner with sufficient attention to detail to ensure accuracy and thoroughness of coverage.


Key Responsibilities:
1. Analysis and Reporting:
Individually and as part of a project team, develop, execute, and document control evaluation

Evaluate the system of internal controls and prepare risk assessment matrices, audit programs and audit planning memos as appropriate

Organize and analyze audit data and summarize audit findings for management review

2. Communication:
Assess and escalate issues identified during audit assignments or special projects

Participate in discussions of audit results with management

Supervise/review junior teammates on their fieldwork

3. Research:
Apply and leverage current and emerging audit tools and techniques in data analysis

Perform technical research using external and internal source material

Qualifications:
1. Education level and/ or experience

Bachelor degree or Equivalent

5 years’ experience in auditing area

2. Knowledge and skills

Proficiency in risk analysis and report preparation

Strong analytical skills

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required with ability to present complex and sensitive issues to senior management

Works well individually and in teams by sharing information and supporting colleagues

Familiarity with European and local regulatory requirements

Effectively supervise/coach, motivate and provide feedback to team members

Able to multi-task effectively; juggle several components of an audit at the same time

Financial services experience, particularly depositary and/or fund administration preferred

Relevant professional certification preferred (e.g., CIA, ACA, ACCA, CPA, CISA)

Full time

Dublin

About Company

Company: Brown Brothers Harriman –

Company Location:  Dublin

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