Type:
Permanent employment
Location:
Amsterdam
Education:
Bachelor (EQF 6), Master (EQF 7)
Published:
25/11/2021
Status:
Open
Apply before:
28/02/2022
Hours p/wk:
36
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Description:

The opportunity

ING is looking for Audit Supervisor Credit Risk. Corporate Audit Services (CAS) conducts and coordinates operational audits within the area of Credit Risk Management. The Audit Supervisor Credit Risk, together with a team of auditors and credit risk specialists, plays an important role in providing assurance within this area with a worldwide coverage.

 

Roles and responsibilities

As an Audit Supervisor Credit Risk you are primarily responsible for performing audits together with team member and other CAS colleagues. Professional as you are, you are involved in multiple audits at the same time. This includes maintaining relationships with key stakeholders, and joining key meetings in order to ensure a smooth audit process and guiding the discussions. If required you also act as Audit Lead. In that case, while being responsible for the first signature on audit reports, an audit or risk management qualification is required.

 

Next to leading and providing support to operational audits, you will also play an important role in analysing and communicating trends and developments in the area of Credit Risk Management. This will enable you to come with suggestions for the adaption of these trends and developments in the audit strategy and audit planning.  In line with this you will play a pivotal role in providing assurance at global level within the area of Credit Risk Management.

 

The team

As an Audit Supervisor Credit Risk you will be located in Amsterdam within the Credit Risk audit team. This team is part of the CAS Audit Division Risk & Finance. CAS is a highly professional organisation with approximately 20 audit teams across the globe and comprises a diverse international team of around 400 members. You will work in a positive working atmosphere where people are used to an open communication style. Education and training is highly supported and innovation like for instance increased use of data analytics in audits is stimulated.

 

How to succeed

Awareness of credit risk processes and infrastructure and an understanding of credit risk regulations as well as credit risk measurement, including regulatory/economic capital calculations and loan loss provisioning is important. Preferably you have a qualification and experience in auditing in financial institutions.

 

Strong verbal, writing , analytical and interpersonal skills helps you to ask the right questions and get the right information; also when you have to overcome resistance first. You are accurate and describe yourself as a team player who is very capable of working in international teams. You like working with people  and coaching of individuals as well as sharing knowledge on the job or by means of trainings.

 

Furthermore, you adhere to the ING values and it is evident for you that your behaviour is fully aligned with these values. You are also prepared to take the Banker's Oath. 

 

Furthermore you:

  • have an academic degree and are preferably in the possession of a certification in Risk Management or in Internal Control / Administrative Organisation.

  • have (international) experience in complex organisations and a bird’s eye view and knowledge of ING’s business and market risks, and associated controls.

  • have (preferably) up or beyond 7 years relevant work experience in credit risk management and/or audit and internal control within a major bank or financial institution.

  • are fluent in English (fluency in other languages is much appreciated).

  • are organisationally sensitive and effective in conflict management.

  • have proven communication, convincing and advisory skills with the ability to work at all levels in the organisation (a track record in project management is advantageous).

  • have built bridges by nature and are able to bridge between different levels, different people and different cultures.

  • are willing to travel 6-10 weeks per year.
     

Rewards & benefits

This is a full-time position of 36 or 40 hours a week. ING Bank offers an attractive employee benefits package with excellent secondary labour conditions, that more than meet market conditions:

  • We want to make sure that it’s possible for you to strike the right balance between your career and your private life. 

  • The benefits of working with us at ING include:

  • A salary tailored to your qualities and experience 

  • 24-27 vacation days depending on contract

  • Pension scheme

  • 13th month salary

  • Individual Savings Contribution (BIS), 3.5% of your gross annual salary

  • 8% Holiday payment

  • Personal growth and challenging work with endless possibilities

  • An informal working environment with innovative colleagues

  • Work Agile, so new ideas come to life faster

 

About us

With 57,000 employees and operations in approximately 40 countries, there is no shortage of opportunities for people with initiative who want to help people take a step ahead in life and in business. Do you want to work at the cutting edge of what’s possible and at the same time ensure you work with integrity and hold the customer’s interests at heart? Do you want to be surrounded by progressive, inspiring, diverse and supportive colleagues? Then there is no better place to invest your talents than at ING. Join us. Apply today.

 

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