An exciting opportunity exists within our diverse, challenging, and growing Santander Internal Audit team. This role resides within the Internal Audit department of Santander London Branch (Non-Ring-Fenced branch of Santander Corporate Investment Bank in the UK), with a remit for the provision of relevant audit assurance across the Finance and Market risk areas of the branch.
We are passionate about helping people and businesses prosper and we strive to be simple, personal, and fair in everything we do. That is why we have built a culture of respect, where everyone is empowered to keep their promises and go above-and-beyond for our customers,
The difference you'll make.
Participating in assurance activities to assess the management and control of risk.
Managing relationships across IA and influencing key stakeholders across the business.
Working with others to identify strengths and development needs within the team.
Identifying and assesses multiple risks, controls, and impacts on business areas.
Contributing to the development of relevant capabilities/competencies in others by providing constructive feedback.
What you'll bring.
Experience of working within the Financial Services industry preferably corporate investment bank sector.
Evidence of proven monitoring/audit skills (i.e. assessment of risks and controls) providing independent assurance on the effectiveness of controls in one or more business areas.
It would also be nice for you to have.
Relevant qualifications like Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) qualification, ACA or ACCA, FRM and CFA.
Good communication skills, both written and verbal
Eagerness to learn from others, proactively seeking out learning opportunities, Analytical Thinking (Working Knowledge), Business Data Analysis (Working Knowledge), Digital Transformation (Working Knowledge), Industry Knowledge (Working Knowledge), Interpersonal Relationships (Working Knowledge), IT Audit and Control (Working Knowledge), Problem Solving (Working Knowledge), Regulatory Environment - Financial Services (Working Knowledge), Risk Management (Working Knowledge)