Internal Audit Assistant Job working remotely as part of the growing internal audit team at EMIS.
Our Vision and Your Impact
Our vision is to be the leading provider of innovative healthcare technology that ultimately improves people’s lives. Are you interested in becoming part of that vision?
Working with our customers, we are leading the way in the delivery of patient centred, connected, digitally enabled health and care services. Our customers and partners are using our solutions in all health and care settings, from GP surgeries and community care to high street pharmacies, hospitals, clinics, not for profit organisations and specialist services. Ranked in the top five HealthTech organisations in the UK, we are committed to developing the next generation of healthcare technology that will truly make a difference.
Responsible for providing essential technology to 10,000 healthcare organisations across all major UK health sectors, we are looking for an Internal Audit Assistant to join our innovative internal audit team.
Are you looking to take your first step into a career in internal audit? We’re here to support you on that step, working closely with the Head of Internal Audit you will have exposure to audit planning across the EMIS Group.
Collaboration is key at EMIS, as an Internal Audit Assistant you will work proactively to setting up risk-based internal audits including financial, operational, IT, project and compliance reviews where required.
Transforming your career within internal audit you will have the opportunity to develop your career through study support and working across the whole portfolio. We want to help you grow within our internal audit department and gain more exposure to risk management and corporate governance.
The internal audit team meet on a fortnightly basis in the Leeds office for collaboration meetings.
An Insight into Internal Audit and What You’ll Do:
Internal audit – operate as part of the Group Internal Audit function to professional internal audit standards (IIA) and in line with the Board-approved Audit Charter, to include:
Support the Group’s UK-Sox programme by testing and reporting on key internal controls across the business, primarily through the Group’s new Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) system;
Assist in conducting engagements as part of the annual internal audit programme;
Assist in the development of audit programs including testing procedures as required;
Identify and communicate any issues raised through informal and formal reporting procedures, offering recommendations and agreeing actions to remedy any weaknesses identified;
Follow-up all recommendations raised and actions agreed in a timely manner.
Risk management – assist in the development of the Group’s risk management framework, within IIA-defined professional boundaries, to include:
Assist in the administration of the Group’s risk management processes, primarily through the Group’s risk management application and supporting the Director of Group Risk and Internal Audit in various tasks.
Corporate governance – assist in advising management on the Group’s corporate governance-related policies and procedures and external requirements.
Who you’ll be
We want to make sure you’re set for success so the key skills we’re looking for in the role are below. We know not everyone ticks all the boxes and we’ll provide training on some of the areas if you’re the right person for the role.
Passion for finance and the drive to progress in your audit career
Experience working in a finance department or internal audit team would be desirable but not essential
Self-motivated with an ability to manage workload methodically
Good communication and presentation skills, both written and verbal
What we’ll give you
This is a fantastic opportunity for an Internal Audit Assistant to develop their career in a supportive and fast paced working environment. In addition to the comprehensive on the job training, you will also be given all the support you need to complete a professional qualification (Certified Internal Auditor), including college and/or study days, mentoring and a designated mentor.
In return you’ll receive a competitive salary and practical things like 25 days holiday, a contributory pension and lifestyle savings and a healthcare cash plan, so whenever the time comes and you need some help with your health, we’ll make sure you’re not out of pocket and life assurance to give you some peace of mind.