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Associate, Internal Auditor

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General information


Crédit Agricole CIB is the corporate and investment banking arm of Credit Agricole Group, the 12th largest banking group worldwide in terms of tier 1 capital (The Banker, July 2018). Nearly 8,300 employees across Europe, the Americas, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and North Africa support the Bank's clients, meeting their financial needs throughout the world. Crédit Agricole CIB offers its large corporate and institutional clients a range of products and services in capital markets activities, investment banking, structured finance, commercial banking and international trade. The Bank is a pioneer in the area of climate finance, and is currently a market leader in this segment with a complete offer for all its clients.

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Job description

Business type

Types of Jobs - Corporate & Investment Banking

Contract type

Permanent Contract

Job summary

The Auditor is responsible for conducting audit tests and work streams and issuing audit conclusions and recommendations as
part of an audit assignment under the supervision of a Senior Auditor or a Lead Auditor. Through interviews with auditees, reviews
of documentation and data analyses, he/she is in charge of assessing the risks of activities/departments/themes reviewed and the
effectiveness of the internal control setup. Over the course of the various audit assignments, he/she develops Audit techniques to
gain in autonomy and efficiency.

Key Responsibilities:

I – During an audit assignment
The Auditor is responsible for carrying out audit work under the supervision of a Senior Auditor/Lead Auditor within established
timeframes in accordance with IGE methodology and procedures and Internal Audit standards. It includes:
- To independently carry audit planning and fieldwork as assigned by the Lead Auditor, in accordance with IGE methodology
and within agreed timeframe, including:
A preliminary assessment of the audited activity highlighting the related risks and controls
Testing and analysing of the results of the controls planned in the audit program
- To document clearly and precisely in the test sheets the controls performed and the conclusions reached
- To identify and report on strengths and weaknesses of the audited areas, to analyse the root causes and consequences of
the identified weaknesses, to formalise possible remediation and recommendations to address the findings and to conclude
on the effectiveness and efficiency of the control set-up and business practices
- To present audit conclusions to IGE management and to the management of the audited unit (debriefing presentation, final
audit report, etc.).
- To keep the Lead Auditor in charge of the assignment/Local Head of Audit informed of the progress on the audit work
assigned, and to escalate any issue that may impact/delay the audit’s execution or any other relevant matters that arise on
the assigned audit and the risk and control environment
- To conduct recommendations follow-ups to monitor whether adequate corrective actions have been taken prior to closing any
- To ensure proper archiving of any supporting documentation, audit evidence and deliverables.

II – IGE Continuous improvement Program / Transversal topics
The Auditor contributes to the continuous improvement of IGE methodologies and processes. As part of his/her responsibilities,
he/she can be requested to:
- Prepare or update audit guides or scorecards related to specific activities based on existing knowledge, documentation,
interviews, etc.
- Monitor the implementation of recommendations issued
- Build and share knowledge (e.g. through contributing to SynerGIA or taking part in various Methods and Support workstreams
or assignments)
- Participate in one or several knowledge communities within IGE

The Auditor is regularly trained on banking and regulatory matters


Position localisation

Geographical area

America, United States Of America



Candidate criteria

Minimal education level

Bachelor Degree / BSc Degree or equivalent

Academic qualification / Speciality

Bachelor or Master's degree in accounting, business, finance,
engineering or related field


Previous experience in a bank.

Required skills


Proficiency in Word, Excel and
· Analytical skills
· Verbal and written communication
· Ability to work under time pressure
· Accuracy
· Organization
· Team spirit

Role specific requirements
This role may require business travels in any relevant locations to conduct the assigned audits, for periods up to several
consecutive weeks.
Auditors must comply with the CACIB Audit Charter, in particular the five fundamental ethical principles (integrity, objectivity,
confidentiality, expertise, and transparency) and all other locally applicable regulations.

Technical skills required

Basic understanding of banking and
finance activities

Auditing techniques
· Any specific skills/knowledge on
capital markets, financing or control
and support functions


Essential: Fluent in English, Desired: Basic French