Audit Manager, Risk Management
CIBC in Toronto, ON
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What You'll Be Doing
You'll provide leadership, insight and proactive control advice to management and stakeholders on control weaknesses, efficiencies and emerging risks to the bank by participating in the planning, execution and reporting of audits within the Enterprise, Operational and Personal and Small Business (Retail) Risk Management portfolio.
How You'll Succeed
- Audit Execution - Assess key business risks and evaluate the design and operating effectiveness of related processes and controls; identify and communicate internal control weaknesses and inefficiencies to business line management. Advise management and business partners of best practices and promote compliance with CIBC policies and procedures, accounting standards and regulatory requirements.
- Teamwork - Work collaboratively with audit management and other audit team members to plan and execute risk-based audits, report audit results and perform continuous monitoring of management's control environment. Participate on internal projects to improve and simplify audit processes.
- Project Management - Effectively manage multiple audits assignments at different stages of the audit cycle and complete required tasks on a timely basis. Communicate regularly with team and manager to provide updates on progress.
Who You Are
- You give meaning to data. You enjoy investigating complex problems and making sense of information. You're confident in your ability to communicate detailed information in an impactful way.
- You're driven by collective success. You know that collaboration can transform a good idea into a great one. You understand the power of an inclusive team that enjoys working together to bring a shared vision to life.
- Your influence makes an impact. You know that relationships and networks are essential to success. You inspire outcomes by making yourself heard.
- You can demonstrate experience in knowledge of financial services auditing and/or enterprise, operational and personal and small business (Retail) risk management.
- You're a certified professional. Bachelors or equivalent degree in Business, Accounting or Finance and a professional designation (e.g. CPA, CIA, FRM, CRMA) or equivalent business experience.
- Values matter to you. You bring your real self to work and you live our values - trust, teamwork, and accountability.
What CIBC Offers
At CIBC, our people are our greatest asset. You'll become part of a diverse community that acknowledges everyone's unique talents, and empowers teams to do what's right for the client, and to do it well. As part of our team, you will:
- Thrive: Benefit from an open and approachable culture that provides the flexibility and support you need to integrate your life at work and at home.
- Connect: Work in a place where the right technology and infrastructure fosters innovation, collaboration and creativity.
- Develop: Grow your skills and career through our best-in-class onboarding experience, ongoing learning opportunities, individual development planning, and comprehensive product training.
- Prosper: Share in our collective success with a competitive salary, incentive pay, banking benefits, health benefits program, and employee share purchase plan.
What You Need to Know
- CIBC is committed to creating an inclusive environment where all team members and clients feel like they belong. We seek applicants with a wide range of abilities and we provide an accessible candidate experience. If you need accommodation during the application or interview process, please contact Mailbox.email@example.com
- You need to be legally eligible to work in Canada at the location(s) specified above and, where applicable, must have a valid work or study permit.
- This is a regular full time role with a schedule of 37.5 hours each week.
- You must be able to travel to different job sites, when required.