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Intern within Group Audit

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Your position

 

Group Audit is responsible for performing internal audits over the whole of Zurich's operations globally. We are looking for an intern to join our team in Barcelona and be part of our global internal audit organization.

 

As an Intern you will support the Group Audit Functional Enablement team with the preparation of operational management information, follow up and collection of inputs from various stakeholders and preparation of reports. You will also have the opportunity to interact with team members across the globe.

 

This is a great opportunity to start your career within a global business and deliver an exceptional service to internal clients.

 

Your role

 

As an Intern within Group Audit your main responsibilities will involve:

  • Audit planning activities including refinement and reinforcement of the audit planning process, refresh of the Regulatory Manual, collation of inputs from key stakeholders into a fortnightly Business Report, supporting Business Functional Audit Leaders (BFALs) with the quarterly planning cycle, support with Executive Committee presentations, and preparation of the annual Group Audit Plan Report and Addendum
  • Delivery activities including follow-up with BFALs and Portfolio Managers on operational management information, to ensure timely delivery, and an annual survey of Audit Committee Chairs and the Business Leadership team
  • Reporting activities including drafting of the Monthly Controls Reports (snap-shot of audit results), monthly Audit Issue Extracts, Entity / Country Summary Reports, Group and subsidiary Audit Committee Reports, Report for Group Chief Executive Officer and for lead regulator, FINMA

 

Your Skills and Experience

 

As an Intern within Group Audit your skills and qualifications will ideally include:

  • Bachelor’s student in a Business related area such us Economics, Accounting, Finance (completed minimum 3 semesters)
  • Methodical, rigorous attention to detail and able to identify issues and solve problems 
  • Strong analytical and data interpretation skills
  • Exhibits high professional and ethical behavior
  • Hunger to learn and develop new skills, taking a proactive role in your day-to-day activities
  • Good communication skills
  • Advanced skills in Excel, Word and PowerPoint is an advantage
  • Fluent in written and spoken English

 

Who we are

 

Looking for a challenging and inspiring work environment where you can make a difference? At Zurich millions of individuals and businesses place their trust in our products and services every day. Our 53,000 employees worldwide form the basis of our success, enabling, businesses and communities to face a world of risk with confidence. Imagine if you could help people do this all over the world. You’d give them confidence and reassurance by protecting what they love most. It’s a big challenge, but you will be supported by a world-class team who believe in helping you to reach your full potential and deliver on our promises.

 

So be challenged. Be inspired. Help us make a difference.

 

At Zurich we are an equal opportunity employer.  We attract and retain the best qualified individuals available, without regard to race/ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability.

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