Our Audit division oversees and helps the Bank manage regulatory and operational risk. As the regulatory environment continues to change, the role of the Audit division is key in supporting all business areas across the Bank of Ireland Group to achieve their strategic objectives. The division leads the Group’s dealing with the Financial Regulators, provides independent assurance and conducts risk analysis of the overall risk profile of the Bank of Ireland Group.
This programme includes a number of placements across the Internal Audit teams. This will give you the opportunity to gain exposure to a number of areas within the Group such as Retail Ireland, Corporate & Treasury, Finance & Accounting, IT, Business Insights & Innovation, HR and Risk.
This three year programme will also include considerable assistance to support you in attaining an accountancy qualification (ACA and/or ACCA), which is a requirement for any applicant to the programme.
You will also be assigned a mentor who will provide support, feedback, and assist you in your learning and self-development. Furthermore, you will receive relevant technical training within your rotations which will be delivered through ‘on the job’ training and via our award winning Learningzone development facility.
The closing date for this application is October 31st.
BSc in Business and Management, Dublin Institute of Technology and recently completed the ACCA exams
I chose the Bank of Ireland Graduate Programme as I loved the idea of the rotations so I could experience different areas across the audit and finance functions. To date I have worked on budgeting processes and helped to prepare monthly finance packs. During my time in audit, I assisted in multiple assignments including the SOX controls and testing. I’m really enjoying utilising the skills I have obtained from completing the ACCA qualification and look forward to further developing my career in Audit with Bank of Ireland.
The best thing about working in Bank of Ireland is the people. Everybody is willing to help you develop and is happy to teach you during your rotations.
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