Are you a Portuguese speaking auditor looking for an opportunity to step into a business with great, long term career opportunities? We have recruited three auditors last year in the business and are now looking for an additional Group Internal Auditor to join this global production business headquartered in Ireland.
You can be based anywhere in EU (ideally in Portugal, Spain or Netherlands) close to an international airport. You will travel frequently around the World (planned well in advance) and will benefit from a work from home policy when not travelling. You will also be given the opportunity to take further exams (CFE, CIA & CISA).
The business has operations around the World and has an excellent reputation internationally. They have a track record of hiring high-potential talent at this level and providing a long-term career beyond internal audit.
2023 is expected to be a new record year for the business! They are looking to recruit a new Portuguese speaking Group Internal as the current Senior Auditor from Portugal will move to the business in Q1 of 2024 into a finance role. Since 2012, 10 former auditors have taken a position within the group in diverse role in Finance and Project Management and diverse locations like the USA, Dubai, Ireland, Spain, Norway and France. All of them are still working for the company.
What will you do?
As a Group Internal Auditor, you will report directly to the Group Head of Internal Audit. You will travel extensively to a variety of locations to complete both operational and financial audits, working with stakeholders across the business to ensure the highest levels are met.
What you’ll need
The ideal profile will be an experienced external auditor stepping out of the Big 4, with good training and an understanding of audit methodology. A sense of risk, attention to detail, and business acumen are key skills.
Fluent level of Portuguese and Excellent level of English is mandatory (EU passport holders only).
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