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Internal Audit Manager

Date: 21-Apr-2019

Location: Singapore, Singapore

Company: Singtel

 

Internal Audit Manager (Financial & Operations)

 

Responsibilities:

  • Obtain a thorough understanding of the business processes, including process and information flows and associated controls.
  • Ensure that a sound risk management and effective internal control environment is in place.
  • Plan and execute risk based audit assignments to ascertain the operational effectiveness and efficiency of business processes and the adequacy of internal controls.
  • Engage with line management to make practical and value-added recommendations, and follow up on audit findings to ensure adequacy and timeliness of the corrective actions undertaken.
  • Perform ad-hoc projects, including projects at other joint venture entities and fraud investigations within specified timelines as assigned by the Director, Group Internal Audit.
  • Prepare final draft of reports based on audit work performed, for review by Director, Group Internal Audit.

 

The ideal candidate should have/ be:

  • Degree in Accountancy, Business/ Commerce, Finance or related disciplines from an accredited university.
  • At least 5 years of audit experience, preferably in a Big 4 or an Internal Audit Department of an established MNC.
  • CA/ CPA/ ACCA, preferably with CIA, CISA or other related certification.
  • Strong analytical and technology skills.
  • Knowledge of at least one data analytics related programming language, such as MS SQL, Visual Basic, .Net, ACL, MS Access. Able to apply such data analytics skills proactively for regular Internal Audit projects, as and when required.
  • Good written and oral communication skills, including strong report writing capabilities.
  • Able to work independently in projects where required, with limited supervision and demonstrate good project management capabilities to meet specified timelines.
  • Able to conduct interviews with peers, as well as, with senior level management, if required.
  • Willing to travel (<30%).
  • Prior exposure in conducting fraud investigations or handling whistleblower complaints would be advantageous.