The Hertz Corporation Staff Internal Auditor in Uxbridge, United Kingdom
Hertz started as a 12 car operation in Chicago in 1918, and has since grown into one of the world’s leading car rental companies with over 9000 corporate and franchise locations throughout approximately 140 countries. The secret of our success is no secret, really - it lies in providing rewarding career paths, fostering personal achievement and celebrating our collective success. Being a world leader takes talent, a clear vision of the road ahead, a driving passion for excellence, but most of all, great people.
Across the UK we employ circa 1,400 people with over 30 different nationalities and we’re currently looking for a Staff Internal Auditor to join our team in our Uxbridge European head office
What is this role all about?
To support Hertz’s continued growth and development, we now have a need to add talent to our internal audit group located in Uxbridge. If you are interested in an opportunity to drive change in the department and the broader organization, motivated by learning and development, energized by international travel, would like to ‘learn the business’ and ‘build your network’ by spending two or more years in internal audit and then take what you’ve learned and move to another financial leadership role with the company, this role is likely for you.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Lead teams providing assurance services via financial, operational, compliance and Sarbanes Oxley 404 audits as well as advisory services such as process improvement reviews directly overseeing planning, fieldwork and reporting procedures
Drive the development of audit scope and audit procedures to be performed
As necessary, document and assess the design of controls under review
Perform audit testing to assess operating effectiveness of controls in place, design and prepare the appropriate workpaper documentation, and conclude
Serve as the primary interface with management associated with assigned audits
Lead the discussion of audit issues with management and co-develop action plans to address them timely
Draft the audit report in conjunction with assigned audits
Coach and provide formal feedback to less experienced members of the department, as appropriate
Participate in the risk assessment process
As appropriate, participate in the investigation of allegations in conjunction with the Company’sStandards of Business Conduct
Assist in the completion of departmental strategic initiatives, preparation of the audit universe and participation in team events
What do we need from you?
Qualified accountant, preferably Chartered (ACA) with at least two years PQE
Experience with the requirements of the Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002
Strong analytical and technical skills
Ability to effectively communicate with all levels in the organization, both written and oral
Demonstrated leadership skills
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
Flexibility andwillingness and ability to travel internationally, up to 40%
Business fluency in English
Experience with a large, publicly-held, high transaction volume business or Big 4 accounting firm
Ability to speak a second language
In return for your hard work and dedication, you will be rewarded with excellent career opportunities, training & development, a competitive Incentive package.
If you believe you have the skills and experience required to succeed within this challenging role in an established organisation please APPLY NOW
Job ID 163591
# Positions 1
Position Type Regular Full Time