Asking the right questions is a core part of an Auditor’s role, and at Bank of Ireland we know the best questions are asked in the best environments. That’s why in Group Internal Audit you’ll not only work on a variety of projects and challenges, you’ll also benefit from and receive the support and training you need to progress your career.
Group Internal Audit is at the heart of how Bank of Ireland manages its Risk Framework, providing independent advice, assurance and positively influencing the Group at both an operational and strategic level. Within a cross functional team that interacts with senior stakeholders across the bank, a position in Group Internal Audit promises you the opportunity to build lasting professional relationships.
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