Our Audit division oversees and helps the Bank manage regulatory and operational risk. As the regulatory environment continues to change, the role of the Audit division is key in supporting all business areas across the Bank of Ireland Group to achieve their strategic objectives. The division leads the Group’s dealing with the Financial Regulators, provides independent assurance and conducts risk analysis of the overall risk profile of the Bank of Ireland Group.
This programme includes a number of placements across the Internal Audit teams. This will give you the opportunity to gain exposure to a number of areas within the Group such as Retail Ireland, Corporate & Treasury, Finance & Accounting, IT, Service, Customer & Innovation, HR and Credit & Market Risk.
This four year programme will also include a placement in one of the Group’s Finance Units. You will receive considerable assistance to support you in attaining an accountancy qualification (ACCA), which is a requirement for any applicant to the programme.
You will also be assigned a mentor who will provide support, feedback, and assist you in your learning and self-development. Furthermore, you will receive relevant technical training within your rotations which will be delivered through ‘on the job’ training and via our award winning Learningzone development facility.
The closing date for this application is 31st October.
BA Hons in Accounting & Finance and an MSc in Accounting, DCU
I think the strongest aspect of the programme is self-development. We are able to study towards any relevant qualification, and our choice is supported. My team is great for encouraging me to study, keep on track with standards and regulation. It’s not just a policy, the people here are genuinely interested and want to make me an asset to the team.
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