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Professional Trainee Development Manager

Recruiter
Government Internal Audit Agency (GIAA)
Location
UK wide (Hybrid)
Salary
£53,661 - £62,572 + benefits
Closing date
27 May 2024
Reference
353149

Job Details

Professional Trainee Development Manager

  • Salary: £53,661 - £62,572
  • Contract Type: Permanent
  • Working Pattern: This post is available on a full time, part time or job share basis, and flexible working hours can be accommodated.
  • Location: We will consider applications from people able to access the following offices: Birmingham , Blackpool , Bootle , Bristol , Glasgow , Leeds , Newcastle-upon-Tyne or Swansea

About the Government Internal Audit Agency

The Government Internal Audit Agency (GIAA) delivers internal audit and risk assurance services to 15 of the UK’s central government departments and over 130 of their related arm’s length bodies.

 At GIAA we are inspired by innovation, we are forward looking, and we work together to embed new ideas, ways of working, and technologies to keep our thinking and work fresh, modern, and effective.

We have recently been nominated as a top 5 winner in the Government Category for the 2023 Inspiring Workplaces Awards and for ‘Outstanding Team’ and ‘Inspirational Leader’ at the IIA Audit and Risk Awards.

About the Job

The role is based within the Operational Audit Directorates but with a close working partnership with the People team including the Deputy Director. The successful candidate will primarily be responsible for the support and development of our people to ensure successful completion of trainee programmes and career progression. The role is central to ensuring that GIAA can develop strong talent pipelines and career pathways for our apprentices and trainees to support in growing our own talent and that there’s clear alignment to our Agency workforce plans.

This role will act as the subject matter expert on the Professional pathways with the significant majority relating to internal audit. It will provide insight to our senior leadership team to inform measurable actions to improve the learning experience of our workforce making GIAA the best place to work for people to pursue careers as an internal auditor, a counter fraud and investigation specialist, an innovator, or in the corporate and enabling roles.

About You

We are committed to being an inclusive employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, and we welcome applications from candidates who wish to work flexibly, for example, part-time, term time or job share.

Hybrid Working is available to GIAA colleagues. This means a combination of office working and working from home. This includes time spent in our GIAA office locations and can also include any time spent attending our customers' sites.

GIAA colleagues are expected to work in an office location for two days a week on average (40%). Naturally, this expectation will be applied on a pro-rata basis for people who have a part-time or compressed hours working pattern.

Benefits of working for the Government Internal Audit Agency

  • Competitive salaries and in year rewards
  • Flexible working
  • Competitive contributory pension scheme with employer contributions starting from 26.6%.
  • Discounts on big brands and supermarkets, online shops and on the high street.
  • Paid volunteering days
  • Season ticket loans/Cycle to work scheme
  • Free eyesight test
  • Family friendly HR policies
  • 25 days annual leave, increasing one day each year to 30 days after 5 years’ service

For more information about the GIAA, role, salary, benefits, who to contact and how to apply please follow the Apply link.    

If you need any reasonable adjustments to take part in the selection process, please tell us about this in your online application form, or speak to the recruitment team.

Apply before 11:55 pm on Monday 27th May 2024

Company

The Government Internal Audit Agency (GIAA) was established as an Executive Agency of HM Treasury on 1 April 2015, and is the specialist provider of internal audit and counter fraud and investigation services to central government.  We will also help our customers to understand and manage their risks and to ensure exemplary standards of governance.


We’re responsible for:

  • reviewing the functions and activities of government and public sector organisations, and assessing their efficiencies and risks
  • making recommendations for improvement, based on our assessments
  • adding value to public services and improving how effectively organisations provide them


The Agency currently provides services to over 60 Government Departments and a wide range of diverse government bodies associated with those Departments.

Our vision is to be the primary, trusted and expert provider of consistent, high quality audit, assurance and counter fraud services across government that are valued by our customers and recognised as a catalyst for improvement. Our Service is one in which the most talented want to work and are proud to say they have worked.

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Location
London
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