£14.04 - £17.48 per hour + (PAYE or Umbrella Company)
22 days ago
A 2 Month+ opportunity for a Senior Auditor has arisen within the local authorities in Lincoln.
Must be able to hit the ground running, will have to work with minimal supervision and be confident of end to end audit process including report writing and closure meetings.
Deliver a set plan of audits over the time of the appointment to standards working at our County and District client Councils.
To support delivery of an effective audit and risk service to the Council.
Supporting the Team Leader - Audit in the delivery of their audit, risk and counter fraud work plans at various clients
Execute individual audit, risk and counter fraud assignments providing independent assurance on the effectiveness of governance, risk and internal control systems. Employing appropriate audit techniques and performing work to appropriate practice standards and adhering to the service quality assurance framework. This involves complying with Public Sector Internal Audit Standards and associated CIPFA guidance.
To provide advice and guidance - promoting the benefits of good governance, risk management and effective assurance throughout the organisation and external clients.
Continuously look for synergies and efficiency savings across the audit and risk team - promoting best practice and embedding new ways of thinking and working.
To take personal responsibility for contributing to organisational and service transformation and changes to ways of working - maximising the benefits for both internal and external customers
Main Responsibilities, Tasks & Duties
The specific accountabilities of this role will be flexible and will change to meet the needs of the organisation as required but will include (or be equivalent in nature to) those listed below:
To deliver the agreed priorities within commissioning strategies, working collaboratively with providers (including statutory and non-statutory partners)
- Provide expert advice and guidance as appropriate for own area of expertise.
- Deliver a personal portfolio of projects and/or specific work
- Demonstration of the Council's Core Abilities (at the relevant level)
- Personal Leadership
- Being Future Focused o Political and Commercial Astuteness
- Supporting a High Performing and Flexible Workforce
- Drive for Results
Ensure Council resources are optimised and utilised effectively and efficiently.
Act as a role model to others helping them to manage uncertainty and to respond positively and creatively to changing expectations.
Deliver excellent customer service, incorporating the Council's equality and diversity objectives and supporting the council to achieve best practice in all it delivers.
Remain up to date and compliant with all relevant legislation, organisational procedures, policies and professional codes of conduct in order to uphold standards of best practice.
Rate of pay
Hours of work are 08:30am till 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday.
To apply please send your CV or email for more information.
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