Job you will do
Typical Day in the Life
A typical day as a Financial Institutions Internal Audit Manager might include:
- Communicate effectively with clients in the financial industry to manage expectations, ensure satisfaction and lead collaborative efforts to improve client business processes.
- Conduct consultative collaboration sessions and/or discussions with key leaders within the client company in order to respond to regulatory examination issues, correct internal audit deficiencies and review internal processes and controls.
- Effectively manage work and communicate with staff and clients in the banking industry to ensure internal audit procedures meet required regulations.
- Develop and prepare internal audit testing and assist client companies with training on bank controls.
- Develop, train, manage and mentor Internal AuditAssociates on projects and assess both personal and professional performance for engagement and career development opportunities.
- Foster positive team behavior, lead by example and demonstrate integrity.
- Develop and maintain tools utilized in documenting internal audit engagements.
- Manage, understand and keep current with banking regulations trends or issues in order to recommend and/or develop processes and procedures to implement changes to better serve the client.
- Manage client relationships with integrity by monitoring needs and building value into professional service.
- Assist with client billing.
- Participate in and seek out business development opportunities.
- Willing to travel to client sites up to 50% of your time.
Who You Are
- You have advanced knowledge of bank internal audit procedures.
- You have the ability to recognize, develop and implement process efficiencies.
- You have excellent communication skills, both verbally and in writing.
- You are a multi-tasking master, and there has never been a deadline you could not meet.
- You hold yourself to the highest professional standards and maintain strict client confidentiality.
- You have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers and clients.
- You are proficient with computers, Microsoft Office (Word and Excel) and related programs.
- In addition to all this, you have a Bachelor's degree in a business-related field and have 4-7 years of management or leadership experience in a bank with emphasis on compliance and bank regulations.