Internal Audit Officer

Key Personnel Solutions Ltd
£30000 - 35000 Per Annum
05 Aug 2017
17 Aug 2017
About the Company: Our client is an independent society looking to recruit an Internal Auditor on a permanent basis for their site in Warwickshire. Key Responsibilities: To direct and execute a broad, comprehensive programme of internal audits which examines and evaluates the adequacy and effectiveness of the systems of internal controls. - Understand all policies and procedures. - Investigate cash/banking discrepancies and report to Divisional Managers / FC where necessary. - Review individual cashier performance reports. Investigate high and unusual patterns of voids and refunds. - Carry out weekly audits of refunds and voids comparing documentation with data on the systems and report weekly to managers. - Audit office finance systems and assess individual financial reconciliations. - Maintain an accurate log of timelock safes and attend branch to amend/add/delete users if required. - Compile reports for the Audit Committee, formed by the Board of Directors on a twice yearly basis, and answer any questions or concerns. About you: - Previous experience in a similar role, including investigating of losses and potential risks within the food industry. - You will be an excellent communicator, both written and verbal to all levels. - Be organised and have a flexible approach to work. - PC Literate including Word, excel and PowerPoint. - You will be analytical and methodical to ensure all relevant areas of the audits are processed and covered. - You will have a full clean drivers licence for travel to different sites. What's in it for you? This is a full time permanent position, working Monday - Friday. Salary will be up to £35,000 p/a depending on experience and company car. Benefits also include staff discount scheme and defined contribution pension scheme. Interested to know more? My client is looking for someone to start ASAP so please send an up to date CV to or telephone for further information.

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