Internal Audit – get the career you want at RSM
Our internal audit graduate programme will give you all the skills and support you need to unlock a future that’s packed with opportunities and new experiences. You’ll enjoy a powerful combination of on-the-job learning and structured training when you get to understand businesses inside and out – not to mention an impressive client list to work with.
When you join our team, you’ll discover a culture that nurtures individuality and an environment where everyone is supported to reach their potential. With us, you’ll always be moving forward.
What does our internal audit team do?
Internal auditing is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organisation’s operations. It helps an organisation accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance.
A career in internal audit will provide you with the knowledge of how different organisations work from NHS Trusts, educational organisations, charities, housing, financial services, corporates, local and central government and other types of organisations. By having this exposure gives you a great foundation to build your business knowledge.
We have a varied client base, for which we have Periodic Internal Plan’s which are delivered on an annual basis. We carry out visits throughout the year and undertake fieldwork which results in documenting controls, testing strategies and our findings. Audit reports are then written to provide the client and Audit Committee with the overall findings and management actions to address any improvement areas we identify. You’ll be advising clients on how they can better manage their strategic, financial and operational risks.
Organisations today face a number of risks that can stop them from achieving their goals. Our audit plans are aligned to the clients Risk Registers which ensure that the key systems and control processes across a range of functions including finance, HR and governance are assessed to manage the potential risks and achieve their objectives
What can you expect?
A career in internal audit is infinitely varied, interesting and rewarding. No client is the same so you’ll be constantly challenged. With our support, you’ll get the chance to grow professionally, with access to structured training and guidance from expert mentors.
Most days, you will travel straight from home to your clients, which can be up to 1 hour 30 minutes away, with the option when not working at client sites to work in your nearest RSM office if required. So a driving licence and access to a car would be desirable.
When you join RSM, you can choose whether you gain professional qualifications from the Association of Chartered Accountants (ACA) or the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (CIA). Our internal mentors can help you decide which one will allow you to achieve your goals.
What we are looking for
Internal auditors spend a lot of time working independently so we’re on the lookout for enthusiastic self-starters who are quick to learn and always up for a challenge. With this said, you will be fully supported during the audits and will have a dedicated line manager and a core team to learn from and be supported by.
You’ll be working on a wide variety of projects, so it’s important that you’re adaptable and highly organised. Strong verbal and written communication skills are essential as you’ll be communicating at all levels, often explaining complex information both in meetings and in written reports.
If that sounds like you, we know you’ll enjoy being part of our team.
At RSM, we don't just look for good exam results. We think passion, personality and originality are just as important.
You will need:
- A minimum of five GCSEs grade C or above or five National 4/5 qualifications (or equivalent), including maths and English language
- 112 UCAS (new tariff) across three A-levels or four Highers/Advanced Highers; and a predicted 2:2 honours degree.
- 96 UCAS (new tariff) across three A-levels or four Highers/Advanced Highers; and at least a predicted 2:1 honours degree
- UCAS changed their points system so under the old tariff it would be 280/240 points respectively.
Accepted degree subjects
How to apply
Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 31/05/2018
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Closing date: Continuous recruitment
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