Position: Mid-Senior level

Job type: Full-time

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ICBC is one of BC’s largest corporations and one of Canada’s largest property and casualty (P&C) insurers with annual written premiums of $4.8 billion and $24.2 billion in assets.

Reporting to the Director Risk & Internal Audit, the Manager Internal Audit manages the delivery of professional audit services throughout the corporation. The Manager Internal Audit ensures an objective and independent assessment of the appropriateness and status of controls and processes within the organization. This role provides leadership and supervision to a team of Senior Internal Auditors in the department.

What would your day look like in this role?

  • Develops and oversees a comprehensive internal audit program to ensure that an effective system of financial, computer and management controls are in place.
  • Develops an annual plan of audit activities based on an evaluation of audit risks and resources to ensure priority audits take place and special customer requests are accommodated, including fraud investigations.
  • Develops appropriate audit approaches, processes, and systems to identify, monitor and report on strategic business risks relative to the accomplishment of strategic objectives.
  • Introduces new auditing methods and enhancements to computer-based audit systems to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of audits.
  • Develops effective working relationships inside and outside the corporation to facilitate acceptance of audit findings and to resolve business process and control matters.
  • Selects, develops, and provides leadership and advice to reporting staff. Manages operational budget.

Position Requirements

  • A recognized professional designation in accounting or auditing (CPA, CIA, CISA) and seven years of relevant work experience at a senior auditor level or higher. An equivalent combination of education and related work experience may also be considered.
  • Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and auditing standards
  • Knowledge of ICBC and divisional business functions, strategies/initiatives, policies, goals, and services
  • Strong communication (verbal and written), critical thinking, conflict resolution and negotiation skills.
  • Unquestionable ethics and integrity.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, executive management, board members, key stakeholder officials and networks.
  • The work requires a sound understanding of the underlying theoretical principles and concepts associated with auditing and an understanding of how they relate to the operations of government and crown corporations.
  • Preference may be given to candidates with experience in government, crown corporations, major financial institutions, or large public practice accounting/advisory firms.

About Us

At ICBC, it’s our job to make sure the car insurance system works for all British Columbians, today and in the future. If you want to make the most of your skills and expertise while growing your career, we want you. A career at ICBC is an opportunity to be part of a talented, diverse and inclusive team that is driven to serve its customers and community. You can expect a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and a collaborative work environment. If you are reliable and dependable, contact us today to be part of our talented and diverse team as we work together to create an insurance system we can all be proud of.

Work Arrangements Defined

  • Resident – you will work at your primary in-office headquarters on all scheduled workdays.
  • Hybrid 8 – you will work a minimum of 8 days per month at your primary in-office headquarters (typically 2 days per week). The remaining days will be remote within British Columbia.
  • Hybrid 10 – you will work a minimum of 10 days per month at your primary in-office headquarters (typically one week in/one week out or up to 3 days per week). The remaining days will be remote within British Columbia.
  • Mobile – you will work remotely or in the field on scheduled workdays within British Columbia, with the requirement to be at your primary on-site headquarters by exception only.

ICBC provides comprehensive benefit coverage to all eligible employees including a defined benefit pension plan and 4 weeks’ vacation, plus Wellness Days.

  • Three options available for your health and dental coverage
  • Employee and Family assistance program (wellness support)
  • Basic group life insurance
  • Voluntary group life insurance
  • Critical Illness insurance
  • Sick leave plan – 100% of pay for a period of a maximum of 8 weeks.
  • Long term disability plan
  • Pension plan – defined benefit pension plan that pays a benefit to you or your beneficiary upon termination, death, or retirement.

Only candidates legally entitled to work in Canada will be considered for this position.

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Deadline: 16-04-2024

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