Principal Responsibilities • Support oversight, execution and evolution of the core audit plan supporting Northern Trust Asset Management, including delivery of thought leadership and guidance on trends and emerging risks • Encourage an environment of teamwork, accountability, and open communication • Manage and support direct report performance management and career development • Develop and demonstrate an understanding of business processes, risks, and controls, along with an understanding of relevant laws, industry changes, and the impact of technology • Communicate point of view to executives for discussion and challenge • Identify and analyze risks, plan and prioritize audit projects for on-time delivery, conduct interviews, observe operations, document and analyze processes and controls, document the reliability and quality of data sources, develop and perform audit tests, document work papers, produce quality issues, review issues with management, evaluate the sustainability and repeatability of management actions, and draft audit reports • Monitor budgets, team members, and escalate concerns • Prepare materials for presentation to legal entity Boards of Directors and Audit Committees • Identify, promote, and innovate audit best practices across the department methodologies, use of the work paper tool, application of fraud evaluation and data analytics techniques • Develop expertise and expand knowledge of the audit profession and build business acumen through self-study, research, and continuing education to assist in providing comprehensive, in-depth assurance, advice, and coaching, across Audit Services and Northern Trust Qualifications: • Bachelor's degree from accredited institution • Professional credentials such as: Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Financial Services Auditor (CFSA), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) • Seven (7) to ten (10) years professional experience • Internal audit or regulatory examiner experience with a global financial institution - preferably focused on asset management - and a demonstrated ability to guide, supervise, and coach a team through projects around topics such as: economics, investment strategy and research, product management, investment administration, portfolio management and trading,
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