First listed on: 03 September 2019

Senior Analyst (Performance Audit and Fraud Control)

  • Remuneration: Commencing from $101,576 plus 15% superannuation
  • Ongoing, Full-time role
  • Flexible work options available

About the opportunity

Within our People & Legal Division of ActewAGL, the Internal Audit and Fraud Control Branch is responsible for maintaining effective Internal Audit and Fraud Control frameworks and executing our Internal Audit Program and conducting fraud investigations.

We are looking for an upbeat and analytical minded individual with excellent communication and writing skills to apply your performance audit experience to achieve positive outcomes in a complex and technical environment.

If you enjoy thinking and operating effectively and are up for a challenge, then we would love to hear from you!

A day in the life

Your day could be spent in the office writing audit reports; or out in the field conducting reviews (wearing personal protective clothing).

As a Senior Analyst, you will own the responsibility of

  • conducting internal audits and investigations
  • developing internal audit and fraud control guidelines and procedures
  • monitor the implementation of audit outcomes and recommendations
  • building and maintaining positive relationships with stakeholders.

Who are we?

We are an electricity and gas retailer proudly based in the nation’s capital and for more than 100 years we’ve been an active part of the community. We’ve built a special relationship with the region we serve, getting behind local teams, charities and community events. And as the world around us continually changes, we’re exploring innovative energy solutions to help you take control of the energy you use.

Why choose us?

As an Equal Opportunity Employer which values diversity and inclusion, we encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people with disabilities, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and all ages. We also have a strong focus on gender balance within the organisation and encourage women to apply.

We boast a positive team culture that encourages and inspires. We are a team of forward thinking individuals and operate in a flexible and autonomous environment. We offer generous salary and benefits including competitive pay, subsidised gym memberships, leadership and professional development programs, staff rewards, recognition programs and much more...

About Canberra

Recently rated Australia’s most liveable city, Canberra provides a lifestyle that is not for everyone (and we like it that way). It does offer easy access to the great outdoors, quiet residential areas, the and can-do attitude median travel time to work (17.4 minutes!) and an inner city (and surrounds) dining scene that is always developing.

Many Canberrans relish our four seasons and two hour trip to snow or surf. Canberra has a highly educated workforce and innovative business culture, offering a range of unique career opportunities – like this one.

About you

  • You have relevant tertiary qualifications.
  • You have validated experience in delivering internal performance audits to an outstanding standard.
  • You have demonstrated experience in conducting fraud investigations.
  • You possess strong analytical skills with an ability to analyse complex information.
  • You are an excellent communicator with strong writing skills.
  • You build and champion positive relationships and enjoy delivering the best for business outcomes.

Does this sound like an opportunity you would relish?

If so, please log onto our recruitment portal and submit your resume and a maximum two-page cover letter outlining the key skills and experiences that you can bring to this role by addressing the 'about you' statements in your cover letter.

If you have any questions about the role, we urge you to contact Ei Myatt, Manager Internal Audit & Fraud Control on (02) 6248 3597.

Closing Date: 13 September 2019

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