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Internal Auditor

An Garda Síochána
Public Sector and Government
€56556 - €71227 per annum
Ref: AGSIA/0624_1719471602
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Job Ref: AGSIA/0624
Job Title: Internal Auditor, (Higher Executive Officer level)
Job Salary: Starting from €56,556
Application Type: Staffline Ireland GetGot Application form -

The Internal Auditor (Higher Executive Officer level) role within the Garda Internal Audit Service is a specialised role in An Garda Síochána. Internal Auditors carry out audit work as specified by line managers in delivering the annual audit plan and in evaluating the effectiveness of governance, risk management, and internal controls within An Garda Síochána.

The range of activities and responsibilities of an Internal Auditor will include the following:

  • Participate in audit engagements as specified by the line manager.
  • Plan and organise work to meet audit objectives and deadlines.
  • Carry out audit work in line with internal and external audit policies and guidelines to the required quality standards.
  • Utilise data analytics in the course of audit work to provide objective assurance, advice, insight and foresight.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities Audit Planning and Strategy:

Audit Planning and Strategy:

  • Contribute to audit plans, considering risk assessment, scope and objectives.
  • Collaborate with An Garda Síochána management to ensure timely completion of audit work and provide value add throughout engagements.

Audit Execution:

  • Undertake the delivery of individual audit engagements.
  • Evaluate compliance with laws, regulations and internal policies.

Risk Assessment and Mitigation:

  • Identify and assess risks related to financial reporting, operations and governance.
  • Propose risk mitigation strategies to enhance controls and processes.

Technical Expertise:

  • Stay updated on relevant accounting standards, auditing guidelines, and regulatory changes.
  • Provide technical advice to clients during engagements.
  • Utilise Data Analytics during audit work to provide objective assurance, advice, insight and foresight.

Reporting and Communication:

  • Prepare comprehensive audit reports, highlighting findings, recommendations, and areas for improvement.
  • Contribute to the communication of results to management, stakeholders, and oversight bodies.

Quality Assurance:

  • Ensure the quality and accuracy of audit work, adhering to professional standards.
  • Prepare work papers, documentations and conclusions.

Relationship Building:

  • Cultivate positive relationships with auditees, promoting transparency and cooperation.
  • Collaborate with other departments and external auditors as needed.

Ethical Conduct:

  • Uphold ethical standards, independence, and objectivity throughout the audit process.
  • Maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.

For further information and to complete an online application form please visit Staffline GetGot Jobs Ireland

CVs will not be accepted for this role. If you submit a CV or blank document you will get an email with a link to complete the online application form.

The closing date for all completed online application forms is 3PM, Thursday 18th July 2024.

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