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Group Risk and Internal Audit Manager

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Bellway is a FTSE 250 house builder, headquartered in Newcastle upon Tyne, which operates 22 trading divisions across England, Scotland and Wales. The company has grown from a family firm, established more than 70 years ago, into a respected national brand, selling over ten thousand homes a year. At Bellway we recognise that people are the key to our success and our goal is to provide a rewarding and fulfilling career in line with our values of quality, service and trust. In addition to this we are committed to being a more inclusive employer and invite applications from a variety of backgrounds. There is an exciting opportunity to join Bellway, one of the UK’s largest house builders. Our Head Office located in Newcastle upon Tyne is recruiting for the position of Group Risk and Internal Audit Manager to join our Risk and Internal Audit Team. The Role The role of Group Risk and Internal Audit Manager reports to the Head of Risk and Internal Audit and will support the development and delivery of an internal audit strategy which is aligned to both risk management and the Company strategy. Principle accountabilities of the Group Risk and Internal Audit Manager role include: Evolve the internal audit methodology in line with good practice and to ensure the needs of the business continue to be met. Develop risk based internal audit plans to support and add value to the business. Coordinate other assurance activity across the business and maintain a Group-wide assurance map. Deliver risk and internal audit reviews across the business as necessary, ensuring findings are accurate, agreed with management and appropriately reported. Monitor findings and action plans to ensure appropriately remediated by the business. Assist in the preparation of reports for the Audit Committee. Identify good practice and share across the business to ensure process improvement and organisational efficiencies. Maintain an on-going awareness of developments in corporate governance affecting audit practices. Develop and maintain good working relationships with other Group functions and the divisions. Experience, Qualifications and Skills Experience Internal audit or accounting background. Experience of reviewing and analysing systems, processes and controls. Knowledge of audit techniques. Qualifications and Training Qualified accountant preferably with an ACA qualification Skills and Aptitude Analytical skills. Process mapping and documentation. Report writing and attention to detail. Organisation, planning and meeting deadlines. Communication and engagement. Excellent attention to detail Self-motivated with the ability to work on their own initiative Committed to diversity and inclusion The Role and Working Conditions Monday to Friday: 35 hours per week Office based role with regular travel (c.30%) to our 22 Divisions across the UK when required. In return we can offer you: Competitive salary Company car or car allowance Competitive annual bonus scheme 25 days holiday, plus bank holidays Contributory pension scheme Life assurance

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