Audit & Risk

Careers Advice

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Destination designation

The Chartered IIA is keen to work with organisations that want to ensure all their internal auditors have the right skills to succeed in today’s industry. One of these is Citigroup, which recently launched a training scheme accredited by the institute and put 20 senior internal auditors through the Chartered by Experience route to achieve CMIIA. So what does this look like in practice?
Words: Ruth Prickett

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Gold standard – the value of recognition

Being chartered demonstrates your skills and competence and gives you influence within both your organisation and the wider profession. All dedicated internal auditors should aspire to it, writes Ian Peters, chief executive of the IIA.

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Chartered by Experience

There is a new route to becoming a chartered internal auditor: Chartered by Experience.

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Room to grow

If you feel stuck in your role or sector, yet are keen to progress in an internal auditing career, what are your options? You could become a non-executive director or contribute your experience to higher education, suggests Ann Brook CFIIA.

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Time to volunteer

Rachel Bowden, chair of the IIA’s Guidance Working Group, explains why she started volunteering and what she has gained from the experience.

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Talent: in search of the Holy Grail

“A German colleague at Zurich introduced me to the term ‘Eierlegende Wollmilchsau’ – literally an egg-laying, woolly, milk-producing pig. This is the impossible person we’re all looking for,” says Mike Taylor, head of global internal audit at Experian.

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Outside information

Once upon a time, internal auditors started life in accountancy or IT. However today’s IAs come from a much wider range of backgrounds. We asked a diverse handful of these new auditors about their motivations, the challenges and the opportunities inherent in the change, and what expectations they bring to the role.
Words: Wilma Tulloch
Illustration: Paul Blow

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Rising demand for risk skills

Increased confidence in the economy and more stringent regulatory and reporting requirements mean that recruiters are offering attractive packages for people with risk expertise, according to a report by Robert Walters.

Talent: make internal audit a magnet

“Internal auditors answer to the highest levels and have access to the workings of every process and discipline. It’s a fascinating career, but we need to do a much better job of spreading the word,” says Richard Chambers, president and CEO of IIA Global.

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Letters of credit

Two internal auditors who are currently studying for IIA qualifications discuss their experiences and what they hope to do in future.

The IIA: find out more

Visit the main IIA site

Jobs

Auditor

Post Number: FSA02
Grade: 7- SO2 Salary: £23,166 - £29,854
Hours: 37 per week

Audit Manager

£38,789 - £42,474 pa
37 hpw, permanent.

Senior Internal Auditor

Sector: Not For Profit
Salary: £41,000 (raising to £46,000 after probation)
Location: London
Job Ref: SD/148943

Careers advice

Destination designation

The Chartered IIA is keen to work with organisations that want to ensure all their internal auditors have the right skills to succeed in today’s industry. One of these is Citigroup, which recently launched a training scheme accredited by the institute and put 20 senior internal auditors through the Chartered by Experience route to achieve CMIIA. So what does this look like in practice?
Words: Ruth Prickett

Gold standard – the value of recognition

Being chartered demonstrates your skills and competence and gives you influence within both your organisation and the wider profession. All dedicated internal auditors should aspire to it, writes Ian Peters, chief executive of the IIA.

Chartered by Experience

There is a new route to becoming a chartered internal auditor: Chartered by Experience.

Training & Development

CPE: Solid foundations

Continuing professional education is an important tool for developing your skills, progressing through your career and ensuring that the qualification and the profession are respected. The Chartered IIA’s CPE requirements will be changing in April to bring them into line with those of IIA Global. So what do you need to know to stay ahead?
Words: Ruth Prickett

Destination designation

The Chartered IIA is keen to work with organisations that want to ensure all their internal auditors have the right skills to succeed in today’s industry. One of these is Citigroup, which recently launched a training scheme accredited by the institute and put 20 senior internal auditors through the Chartered by Experience route to achieve CMIIA. So what does this look like in practice?
Words: Ruth Prickett

Gold standard – the value of recognition

Being chartered demonstrates your skills and competence and gives you influence within both your organisation and the wider profession. All dedicated internal auditors should aspire to it, writes Ian Peters, chief executive of the IIA.

Tools

You asked us

Our technical helpline provides valuable advice to members on a host of professional issues. Here are some of the questions you’ve recently asked.

Early warning systems

New regulatory demands for whistleblowing – or “speak up” – policies are raising the bar on best practice. Internal auditors need to take note.
Words: Alexander Glebovskiy

CPE: Solid foundations

Continuing professional education is an important tool for developing your skills, progressing through your career and ensuring that the qualification and the profession are respected. The Chartered IIA’s CPE requirements will be changing in April to bring them into line with those of IIA Global. So what do you need to know to stay ahead?
Words: Ruth Prickett