QA Auditor - Testing - Insurance

Job Ref: 50186190
Sector: Testing & QA
Date Added: 09 October 2017
  • City of London, London, England
  • Competitive
  • Nancy Simmons
  • 0207 654 1018

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Testing Coordinator | Auditor | Insurance | Global Stakeholder Management

The testing Co-ordinator will be responsible for the oversight of a testing programme to validate the effectiveness of our control environment roll out within the globally as part of post-acquisition integration. This role will be a key resource in supporting Country Heads in ensuring that they have an effective understanding of group requirements in respect of Policies, Procedures and Controls.

Principal Duties/Responsibilities

  • Own the testing schedule including responsibility for resource planning and liaison with country leadership to ensure that testing can be delivered
  • Collate pre-visit data and ensure testing teams are fully briefed
  • summarising findings of review and individual testing sheets into Group Compliance Monitoring Reports as and when required
  • Coordinate the review and follow up on findings, including dissemination to Functional Leads and validation of remediation plans
  • Escalation to Group Centre where necessary
  • Creation of monitoring document for Remediation Plans (including implementation dates) and responsible for tracking and monitoring status of the additional actions
  • Liaison with country leads in respect of follow up actions and support as required
  • Produce reporting packs for the Steerco; provide regular updates on overall status, and report issues to be resolved to key stakeholders (Operational risk team, Regional Compliance, Legal and Finance)
  • Analyse findings from testing to identify trends in relation to gaps in understanding, and feed in to updating training pack as appropriate

Knowledge, Skills, Experience:

  • Extensive experience in a corporate Internal Audit or Compliance function in a multi-cultural environment
  • Experience in engaging, managing and influencing challenging stakeholders in a non-hierarchical environment towards achieving a common vision or goal
  • Cultural awareness and able to adapt style and approach to the country they are working in
  • Experience of the analysis of process control environments in conjunction with regulatory requirement and subsequent diagnosis of deficiency/recommendation of change
  • Global project experience
  • Experience of the insurance sector
  • French language skills (beneficial)

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnerships, pregnancy or maternity or age