At AIA, our vision is to help people live healthier, longer, better lives by encouraging them to make positive lifestyle changes one step at a time.
Our firm belief is that by following our Operating Philosophy of doing the right thing, in the right way with the right people, the results will come.
AIA Insurance for Life, Health and Wellbeing. The Opportunity at AIA. AIA New Zealand’s Internal Audit team are looking for a high performing Audit Manager.
Under the approved Risk Management Framework, Internal Audit represents the 3rd line of defence. Within this framework, Internal Audit is an independent function assigned to evaluate, test and report on the adequacy and effectiveness of management’s systems of internal control as well as the company’s compliance with legislative and regulatory requirements.
Apart from undertaking internal audits, you will also be the go-to person in the team for quality assurance (QA) of audit reviews.
You will champion the QA process by encouraging the other team members to ensure procedures and processes are exceeding requirements, you will also be responsible for coordinating reports back on our internal audits to Group.
Your relationship management and report writing skills will come in handy when preparing non audit reports for Group. You'll be the type of person who is process driven with a keen eye for detail and thrive off analytics.
You'll understand urgency and be comfortable working to deadliness. In addition to this you'll be able to communicate with people on all levels and understand that quality is at the heart of everything we do.
Given this, Internal Audit’s mission is to : Provide the board, senior management and regulators with an independent assessment of our company’s ability to manage and control risk Advise business managers on ways of enhancing their business’ capacity to manage risk Key Responsibilities : Help identify key risks across the business, considering the relevant strategies and business environment Assist in the preparation of the annual audit plan and schedules Plan, lead and execute audits, reviews and other special projects across AIA operations in Australia and New Zealand (including legacy CommInsure and Sovereign operations) Ensure that working papers, draft audit reports and other deliverables meet internal standards and assignments are completed within budgeted time Provide professional advice and insights to management to enable more informed decisions and enhance their capacity to manage risk Lead discussion of issues and remedial action plans with the appropriate levels of management Facilitate issuance of audit reports to management Oversee outstanding audit issues and monitor timely completion of agreed remedial actions by management Assist in the preparation of Committee reports (Audit, Risk) and other reporting required by Group Internal Audit HK Coordinate and co-operate with other internal assurance providers and external auditors to leverage work performed, minimise interruption to the business and contribute to the implementation of an effective and efficient system of internal control Complete all mandatory training and attend other optional training courses or industry seminars to improve technical competence Perform other responsibilities and duties periodically assigned by the Internal Audit Senior Manager, Head of Internal Audit / Chief Internal Auditor and Group Internal Audit HK in order to meet operational and / or other requirements.
Additional for IT-focused role : Evaluate the adequacy of Information System related controls according to established schedule and quality requirements Partner with financial auditors to assess application IT controls related to key business processes Skills & experience required : Minimum 6 years’ audit experience in the financial services sector (insurance focus preferred) Big 4 Accounting Firm experience preferred Strong understanding of risk management Good understanding of IT principles and processes Require someone with ACL (Data Analytics) skills.
Healthier, Longer, Better Lives At AIA, wellbeing is at our core. We understand that healthy employees are happy employees.
That’s why we have a culture of care that promotes wellbeing and flexibility, recharge days, flexible work arrangements and an AIA Vitality membership.
We focus on career development, people development and leadership capability, so that you’ll be nurtured and have every opportunity to reach your full potential.
We recognise your efforts and hard work because we understand that everyone in our AIA family is important. When people feel valued, they become more productive and satisfied, and we want you to feel inspired every day.
We are an equal opportunity employer that embraces and values diversity and inclusion in our workforce. We believe that for people to be their best selves at work, they must feel they can be themselves.
We celebrate both our differences and similarities including how we dress, and we trust our employees to dress appropriately and comfortably for their day.
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