Your tasks:

  • Manage the third line of defence within Lloyds Bank GmbH
  • Lead, motivate and develop Audit team members
  • Continuously revisit and maintain the audit framework respecting industry best practice and all regulatory     requirements
  • Define the risk based annual audit plan aligned to the allocated budget
  • Coordinate audit activities within the audit team, perform review and discuss audit results with the responsible    management
  • Support, monitor and challenge the (Senior) Audit Managers in the planning and conduct of audit assignments
  • Ensure preparation of meaningful audit reports for the attention of the Management Board and the management of    the audited organisational units.
  • Maintain an appropriate system to follow-up on audit findings
  • Manage the quarterly reporting to the Management Board and the Supervisory Board
  • Act as point of contact for the Management Board, the Supervisory Board, external auditor and regulatory agencies
  • Manage the provision of audit activities to other LBG entities

Your knowledge/experience:

  • Recognised Master degree in economics/ IT with relevant Audit qualifications, e.g. CISA, CIA
  • Several years practical experience within an audit function of a financial service provider or external audit company
  • Relevant experience in leading an (audit) team / department
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements and best practices as eg. MaRisk, BAIT, IPPF, ITIL and COBIT
  • Excellent experience of credit risk related regulatory requirements
  • Fluency in written and spoken English and German
  • Good information analysis/interpretation skills and PC literate (MS Office)

We offer:

  • An international team with colleagues from more than 30 different countries
  • An informal corporate culture - without dress code and ‘Sie’.
  • Various possibilities for flexible working, i.a. various part-time models, flexitime
  • Extensive, very flexible home office arrangements - even after Covid-19
  • Possibility to work from other EU countries for up to 30 days per year
  • An excellent learning culture and opportunity to improve your professional competencies
  • Social benefits such as a company pension scheme, life insurance and capital formation contributions
  • 30 days holiday as well as 24 and 31 December as non-working days
  • Additional benefits such as employer contributions to BVG job ticket, free fruit, nuts, drinks and sports activities
  • Easily accessible city centre offices, in the vicinity of many shops and restaurants to which you receive a discount

Bank of Scotland is committed to equal opportunities and actively promotes diversity and equality. We therefore welcome applications from candidates with disabilities. This position is available on a part time or full time basis.

We look forward to receiving your complete application (max. 3 MB) with a letter of motivation, CV, references, salary expectations and earliest possible start.

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