IT Audit Manager, Warszawa or Gdynia
Group Internal Audit (GIA) is an independent unit mandated by the Nordea Board. The Group Chief Audit Executive is responsible for GIA, reporting functionally to the Board and its Audit Committee, and administratively to the Group CEO. The purpose of Group Internal Audit is to support the Group Board and Executive Management in protecting the assets, reputation and sustainability of the Nordea Group.
In today’s world, change is the one thing you can count on. But whatever the future brings, our customers remain at the heart of everything we do.
That’s where you come in. Working with dedicated colleagues in an exciting, fast-paced environment, you’ll help meet our customers’ changing needs.
We aim to be courageous and explorative in our approach to innovating better ways of delivering banking services – anytime, anywhere. This means you’ll have many opportunities to learn and grow as you build your career with us. Will you help us lead the way in creating great customer experiences?
Your future responsibilities
We are now looking for experienced IT Auditors who relish the opportunity of working in a complex and truly dynamic environment. As Internal Audit Manager, you will be contributing to the execution of GIA strategy and your main role is to perform audits which assess Nordea’s governance, risk management and control processes and contribute to the delivery of GIA’s project portfolio. As a member of our IT audit team you will lead and participate in audits with a focus on Business applications, Data Management, IT infrastructure, Major change programmes and Third-party services.
What you’ll be doing:
- Plan and execute audit projects and follow up on previous audit findings in accordance with GIA's audit methodology, as a project leader or a project team member
- Build and maintain a network of relevant stakeholders within Nordea
- Support in ad-hoc tasks, e.g. the update of the risk assessment and annual audit plan, and share knowledge within your area of responsibility in GIA
- Clarify expectations, follow up and provide coaching and feedback to other team members
- Work with GIA colleagues across teams and countries in a truly global network
You will be part of the IT Audit Team and you will be located in Warsaw or Gdynia, Poland. The position will not entail responsibility for managing staff. Some travelling is expected. This means that although you will work with colleagues around the globe, travel is kept on family and environmentally friendly levels.
Who you are
Collaboration. Ownership. Passion. Courage. These are the four key values that guide us in being at our best. We imagine that you enjoy learning and are excited about bringing your ideas to the table. You’re dependable, willing to speak up – even when it’s difficult – and committed to empowering others.
Your profile and background:
- You are a flexible team player who is able to work both independently and in cooperation with others, with the drive to achieve high quality deliveries
- You have attention to detail and the ability to adapt to the audit documentation and methodological requirements. You have an analytical and structured way of working and you apply sound judgment in your work
- You have at least 3 years of experience working as an IT Auditor or in related disciplines such as information risk management, information security assurance, 3rd party assurance, project risk management, data governance or architectural reviews
- You communicate well in English (written and spoken), have strong analytical skills and are delivery focused. You have a strong natural interest in understanding how things work and you find technology exciting
- You have an academic degree from relevant field and a CISA or CIA certification. Successful candidates who do not yet hold the certification are required to attain this at a later stage
If this sounds like you, get in touch!
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Please submit your application no later than 4 April 2019.
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