Auditor, IT Infrastructure, Open to flexibility

Location
City of London
Salary
£43,659 - £50,935 per annum + benefits
Posted
04 Apr 2018
Closes
18 Apr 2018
Ref
617577
Contact
Lloyds Banking Group
Role
Banking, Finance, IT
Contract Type
Permanent

Auditor, IT Infrastructure, Open to flexibility

At Lloyds Banking Group, we have a clear purpose; to help Britain prosper. Across the Group, our colleagues are passionate about making a difference to customers, businesses and communities.

We're seeing unprecedented changes in the banking sector brought about by shifts in technology, our customers' changing preferences and the evolving regulatory environment. So we're adapting, innovating and responding at pace. We need talented people like you. Be a part of our transformation and see what difference you can make.

Here in Group Internal Audit, we're the third line of defence. We take a leading role in rebuilding trust for our customers, the Group and the industry. We provide independent, objective assurance designed to add value and improve our organisation's operations. We report to the Board on the effectiveness of the Group's risk management, control and governance processes. Would you like to join us?

As an Auditor in the IT Infrastructure team, you'll be delivering audits. Utilising your deep understanding of business and IT strategy, controls and risks, you'll be providing reliable and independent assurance on the Group's control framework.

You'll plan and carry out risk based audits in collaboration with your internal stakeholders, so that our department audits the things that really matter. Using audit methodology, you'll be delivering against the audit plan within defined time, cost and quality parameters. You'll gain a real insight into our plans and strategy, whilst developing your own knowledge of business, industry, technical and environmental risks.

Working across the organisation, your key focus areas will include:

  • Evaluating how current and emerging technology risks can drive additional business risks
  • Supporting senior colleagues in understanding and accepting where action needs to be taken in order to effectively protect the Group
  • Applying and being a champion of our Audit methodology and standards
  • Keeping yourself up to date on audit best practice and the changing regulatory environment.

You'll either possess relevant IT and Audit professional qualifications (such as CIA, CISA or CISSP), or clearly evidence that you have comparable IT Audit skills, acquired through training and on the job experience, in any industry sector. You'll also have an understanding and interest in one or more areas of Information Technology including infrastructure (e.g. operating systems and databases), applications (e.g. SAP) and IT best practices.

We'll be looking for you to show that you're keen to learn and develop further Technology Infrastructure skills. You'll also welcome the opportunity to work across other IT audit teams, to support your own development and to make a meaningful contribution to the broader team (e.g. Cyber Security and Application Business Controls).

You'll have well-honed influencing skills and be accustomed to working within a complex and diverse stakeholder environment. A consistent track record of delivery, and the ability to effectively organise your work and priorities to meet tight deadlines is required. Excellent analytical, presentational and communication skills are also essential.

Join us and be part of an inclusive, values-led culture focused on making a difference. Together we'll continue our market leading, ground breaking transformation and you'll help us realise the Group's vision to become the Best Bank for Customers.

And whatever your aspirations, you can expect excellent benefits, personal development and a career that's enriching and full of opportunity. Together we make it possible.

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