Dublin | Ireland
Group Internal Audit (GIA), together with Group Credit Review, forms the 3rd line of defence for the Bank of Ireland Group, providing reasonable assurance on the effectiveness of the Group`s risk management and internal control framework.
We provide independent, challenging, key risk focused assurance that meets our key stakeholders` needs. Our key stakeholders include the Court, Group Audit Committee (and subsidiary audit committees), the Court Risk Committee (and subsidiary risk committees) and senior management, as well as other key parties, including the Group`s regulators and external auditors.
We have a Group-wide remit and, as a result, have a deep insight into all of the Group`s activities, with access to the most senior levels of management within the Group.
This is an MCC role.
QFA is the preferred qualification however candidates with APA Loans and APA Savings and Investments will meet the MCC requirements of this role.
Reporting to the Audit Partner IT & Change, the successful candidate will:
Relevant 3rd Level Qualifcation - Level 8 on National Framework
The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and expertise:
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