Industry: Finance & Insurance•
5 - 7 years
Posted 75 days ago
The VP, Audit Strategic Initiatives & Regulatory Management will play a key role in leading the design, implementation and sustainability of initiatives and regulatory management to support IAA’s vision and objectives through: building an understanding of end-to-end project and process scope and requirements; collaborative and positive stakeholder engagement including partnership with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders; and the identification and management of project risks, all completed within known time and resource constraints, and through continuous support of all members of the team.
The candidate will be expected to utilize substantial experience in both internal audit and project management from prior roles in order to lead a broad range of strategic initiatives in an effective and efficient manner in order to positively contribute to the IAA team and MUFG. The scope and type of strategic initiatives that the candidate will be involved will vary; some may be broad and global in nature with a large amount of stakeholder engagements, while other may be targeted projects aimed at enhancing a specific area within IAA.
This role is an excellent opportunity for a self-motivated internal auditor who is looking for a new challenge (outside of actually auditing) to take their career to the next level within an exciting environment. There are large opportunities for growth and development in this role, with exposure throughout to senior and executive leadership within IAA, other MUFG business lines, as well as regulators, and a candidate who is seeking new and exciting challenges in their career will have the ability to thrive in this role by truly impacting the efficiency and effectiveness of IAA.
The candidate will ideally have experience with internal audit and project management within one or more large complex organizations, or similar experience from consulting-type roles, working with stakeholders to enhance and/or automate processes and the control environment; someone who excels in managing projects from the initial planning and designing through to completion, and proactively partners with stakeholders to ensure a successful end result. While this role does not involve auditing, it is expected that the candidate is able to have meaningful and collaborative relationships with senior management within IAA and is able to effectively partner withaudit teams by understanding and planning for the impact that any initiatives may have on the audit teams going forward.