Technical Senior  Manager  - Audit-  London

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
18 Apr 2018
Closes
18 May 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Travel
0-25% Travel

 

Our client is one of the leading professional services firms in the UK and their Audit Technical Department provides technical advice on financial reporting, audit, assurance, and accounting related aspects of company law and is responsible for the firm’s methodology and guidance in relation to auditing and financial reporting
The department is also involved in the provision of technical training to partners and staff across the firm.  Within this role you will liaise with the Audit Quality Review Team (AQRT) in relation to audit file reviews undertaken as part of AQRT’s annual inspections of the firm.  More generally, you will assist the firm’s development of its audit and assurance methodology and guidance directly, as well as providing assistance to partners and staff in relation to audit and other technical matters.

Role

  • Liaise with the AQRT as part of the audit inspection process
  • Brief and prepare audit teams whose files have been selected for quality control reviews Collate and consider issues arising from quality control reviews both in relation to individual assignments and at the whole firm level
  • Monitor external developments in audit requirements
  • Suggest changes to be made to the firm’s methodology arising as a result of changes in external requirements and the results of both internal and external quality control reviews
  • Monitor external developments in relation to non-audit assurance requirements
  • Provide general technical guidance in relation to audit and other assurance engagements and develop supporting materials
  • Provide specific advice to partners and staff on audit and assurance related issues
  • Requirements 
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  • Fully understand International Standards on Auditing (as issued by IAASB as well as UK and Ireland and, going forward, UK)
  • Excellent knowledge of Audit Regulations, and Companies Act 2006 Reasonable understanding of IFRS and UK GAAP is also required Qualified Accountant (ACA/ ACCA or equivalent)
  • Proven experience within an audit role, ideally from a top 20 firm Audit exposure to larger private clients, with experience of listed and public interest entities desirable.
  • Able to demonstrate problem solving skills
  • Able to influence internal colleagues
  • Able to use tact and diplomacy
  • Able to work under pressure with accuracy and focus Competent at using MS Office Word and Excel Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proven planning and prioritising skills
  • Report writing skills
  • Self-motivated with initiative and drive
  • Strong current technical knowledge
  • Strong organisational and time management skills

To be considered for this role you will be a dynamic and positive individual who is able to work autonomously and keep the daily operations of the office running smoothly. The company’s culture is one that is welcoming, supportive and focused and we are looking for a like – minded individual to join our team and a shared direction. Our client provides exceptional service to our clients, stimulating work and excellent development for their people.  The working culture is inclusive, collaborative and supportive and they want to allow their employees to reach their full potential. 

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