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Internal Audit Advisor

Brisbane, Australia
Closing date
May 26, 2024

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Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Internal Audit Advisor

Your team
The Internal Audit team provides independent, objective assurance and consulting services designed to add value and improve Great Southern Bank Group's operations. The internal audit activity helps the Great Southern Bank Group accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of governance, risk management and control processes.

Your Role
As the Internal Audit Advisor you conduct risk based internal audit functions, including scoping, execution and delivery of audits and advisory assignments. You recognise and analyse risks, evaluate processes and controls, and provide advice to business leaders around risk management activities. You role model our organisational culture, leading others to deliver a customer-centric service and better-value banking for our customers.
We have an opportunity for an Internal Audit Advisor to join the team reporting into the Senior Manager, Internal Audit. This role is a great step in developing and expanding your Internal Audit experience.
This role will be based in Brisbane Head Office located in the CBD.

Your responsibilities
• You deliver risk based internal audit work including scoping, execution and delivery of internal audits and advisory work. You work collaboratively with the Internal Audit team to complete risk and control assessments and provide advice and assistance in developing appropriate actions to mitigate identified risks.
• You contribute to the development of a multi-year risk based internal audit plan on a rolling basis.
• You build and foster strong working relationships with stakeholders across our business. You are a trusted business advisor who works actively with business leaders to address risk and control issues.
• You support in creating a culture of exceptional service, teamwork, commitment to excellence and a professional ethic that enables the achievement of team and organisational objectives.

Your experience
• 2 plus years' experience in a similar role in financial services or professional services industry.
• Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment and able to work on concurrent projects.
• Sound data interrogation and analytical skills with the ability to recognise, analyse and evaluate risks and controls and provide practical recommendations.
• Ability to engage, communicate and build support with senior business leaders and other key stakeholders.
• Effective verbal communication skills and strong written communication / report writing skills.
• Financial Services experience, and experience in auditing risk management frameworks valued.

Your qualifications
• Degree qualification in accounting, finance, IT or a related field
• Relevant qualifications from professional bodies (or studying towards) such as CPA, CA, CIA or IIA

A little bit about us...
For over 75 years, we've been putting our customers first, and today we look after the financial needs of more than 380,000 Australians. We have recently changed our name from CUA to Great Southern Bank but we remain customer-owned and firmly focused on helping all Australians own their own homes.

We're ambitious and as we continue to grow, we are investing significantly in technology, products, and people. We have a culture that's fun, approachable, and supportive - allowing our team members to be their best every day, whether that's at work or at home.

We're hugely excited about the journey ahead and are looking for talented and enthusiastic people who want to be part of a winning customer team. If you are motivated, energetic, and dedicated to helping our customers achieve the great Australian dream, we want to hear from you!

Questions? Please contact Danielle Moore -

At Great Southern Bank, we're committed to building a strong, inclusive and diverse workplace, where people feel a sense of belonging, are valued, connected and respected. We value diverse backgrounds, cultures, abilities, ideas and experiences; recognising the benefits they bring to our work, our communities and the way we help our customers. We support and promote an inclusive culture through flexible ways of working, collaboration, fair and equitably decision making that empowers our people to be at their best every day.

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