FTSE100 Internal Audit Manager
Internal Audit Manager for one of the largest producers and distributors in the world; part of a FTSE100 business who continues to grow and dominate its multiple markets and sectors.
This is a substantial role offering regional control of the EMEA region. The IA Manager will report directly to the Global Head of Audit and take full ownership of the IA plan within the region. This is a hands on role involved in risk assessment, planning, delivery, reporting and follow up with all businesses across the region. You will manage all the key relationships to the most senior levels in the business and support the Global Head of Audit giving excellent exposure and development opportunities.
The intention is for the role holder to transition into a senior finance role in business after a period in the IA Manager role.
This is a rare opportunity for someone at a relatively early stage in their career to have full control of a regional audit plan and as such they are looking for candidates who are driven and hungry to develop and progress. The role offers a high level of autonomy and independence and you would be responsible for scheduling your own audits and travel.
The office is in Peterborough, however there is access to a London office and there is flexibility to work from home when not travelling. Access to an international airport is required as the role will involve 50% travel mainly in Europe but occasionally to South Africa and Dubai.
Salary is very competitive, at up to £65,000 plus car allowance, bonus and benefits.
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