IT Audit Manager (DDaT)
IT Audit Manager (DDaT)
London, Coventry, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol, Swansea, Reading, York, Leeds, Newcastle and Sheffield
London: £53,068 - £63,580 / National: £48,777 - £59,638
Do you have experience of successfully managing and delivering IT assurance services? If so, we'd love to hear from you!
The Government Internal Audit Agency (GIAA) is an executive agency of HM Treasury, established in April 2015 to improve the quality of internal audit provided to central government.
We’re looking for two IT Audit Managers to be based in the DDaT team, providing independent and impartial assurance to the Government. We are looking to recruit from a variety of backgrounds which will improve GIAA’s experience and skills base.
If you have experience and skills in helping customers to understand and manage their IT risks, along with ensuring exemplary standards of governance, control and assurance issues we would be interested in hearing from you. You will lead a flexible team to deliver DDaT assignments. Work can be highly complex and high profile, with considerable stakeholder liaison.
With access to high profile work, you will work alongside key decision makers, other auditors and private sector contractors within the Agency, challenging and developing your skills as well as ensuring we meet our customer expectations.
This is an opportunity to join a highly respected, forward-thinking organisation that builds and maintains strategic relationships at the most senior levels across the majority of government departments. The variety and contribution of these roles is unparalleled across government.
We offer support in maintaining and building your professional career through technical training, coaching and development opportunities.
You are entitled to a formidable range of benefits from generous pension provision, embracing of flexible work patterns, diversity and security.
Government Internal Audit Agency has a strong commitment to equality and diversity and we are a Disability Confident employer. Our aim is to be a department which is open and accessible, recruiting and retaining diverse, talented and high-performing people who support and develop one another.
Our recruitment process is underpinned by the principle of appointment based on fair and open competition and appointment on merit, as outlined in the Civil Service Commissioners’ Recruitment Principles.
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