Grade: 9 £48,546 – £51,711
(depending on experience and qualifications)
Directly responsible to: Head of Internal Audit
Full time permanent, secondments will be considered
Location: Office of the Police and Crime Commissioners in West Midlands
Closing Date: 12 noon on Friday 2nd June 2023. Interviews to take place in person on Wednesday 14th June 2023
This is a politically restricted post
We are seeking an experienced Principal Auditor to join our team, which is responsible for providing Internal Audit Services across the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and West Midlands Police. The post holder will conduct and lead on key risk-based audits of a complex nature and make recommendations to management to address any weaknesses in the risk, governance and control frameworks.
You will supervise Auditors in the conduct of audit assignments maximising their effectiveness to deliver quality audit outputs and deputise for the Head of Internal Audit.
You will need experience leading audits and undertaking strategic reviews within a complex public sector organisation. You will need to be able to demonstrate strong risk assessment and problem-solving skills.
The position involves undertaking a wide range of audits across different services and operational policing areas and includes scoping, designing risk-based audit programmes, testing, reporting and discussing findings with senior management. Therefore, you will need to have excellent analytical, written and communication skills with the ability to work with a wide range of stakeholders across the Office and the Police and Crime Commissioner and West Midlands Police.
The West Midlands is a vibrant and diverse part of the country and the Police and Crime Commissioner is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from individuals of all backgrounds. Applicants must be able to demonstrate a good understanding of diversity and human rights, and a personal commitment to promoting diversity and racial equality.
Why work for us?
West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner is committed to the reduction and prevention of crime, so by joining us you’ll be actively contributing to improving the West Midlands region. You will get to work alongside great people who are passionate about driving improvement and change! In return for your valued contribution we provide an impressive employee benefits package:
- Diverse, Inclusive and supportive organisation
- Flexible working
- Hybrid working from home policy
- Generous annual leave allowance
- Pay progression through multiple increments
- Learning & Development opportunities
- Access to an employee benefits package
- Committed to being an anti-racist and trauma informed organisation
Click here to learn more: Working for us
It is important to us that every employee is committed to and share our organisational values:
We behave with INTEGRITY and HONESTY in all we do. We work OBJECTIVELY and IMPARTIALLY
to support the Police and Crime Commissioner and each other to achieve the objectives of the Police and Crime Plan.
We support each other by driving INCLUSIVITY within our interaction with each other and the public.
Don’t meet all parts of the Job Description?
At the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace that reflects the communities of the West Midlands. Studies show that women and people of colour are less likely to apply for roles if they believe they do not meet each item of the criteria. So, if you are passionate about this role we encourage you to still apply. You may be exactly who we are looking for.
Please note we do not accept CV’s. To download an application form please visit: www.westmidlands-pcc.gov.uk/your-commissioner/working-for-the-police-and-crime-commissioner or telephone 0121 626 6060.
Recruitment is completed in line with safe recruitment practices. You can find our Safeguarding policy here: Safeguarding-policy-November-21.pdf (westmidlands-pcc.gov.uk).
For more information about the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner visit: Home – West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner (westmidlands-pcc.gov.uk).
For an informal confidential conversation about this post, please contact Lynn Joyce by emailing: [email protected].
The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday 2nd 2023. Interviews to take place in person week commencing 12th June 2023.
To download an application form and information pack please visit: www.westmidlands-pcc.gov.uk/your-commissioner/working-for-the-police-and-crime-commissioner or telephone 0121 626 6060.
Please note CV’s will not be accepted.