Greater Manchester no longer has a Police and Crime Commissioner. The Mayor of Greater Manchester has now taken responsibility for policing and crime.

Principal Auditor

Vacancies

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Principal Auditor to join the Finance and Audit Team within the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester, based in Force Headquarters, Newton Heath, Manchester. The Internal Audit function provides a joint internal audit service for the Police and Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable designed to add value and improve their operations.

We are seeking a dynamic individual with commitment, enthusiasm and drive to work within a supportive but challenging environment. You will be responsible for conducting a wide range of risk based reviews within the OPCC and Greater Manchester Police to provide objective assurance on adequacy of the organisations activities and where appropriate identify opportunities for improvement.

Applicants should be self-motivated, confident, and flexible and have an enquiring mind and excellent ICT and communication skills. The ability to work on a number of tasks and to deliver to tight deadlines is essential.

Experience in the police service is not essential; however we are looking to recruit a suitably qualified and experienced auditor with a sound working knowledge of risk based auditing to join our modern and versatile team.

Salary: £29,033 – £38,789 per annum

Please submit a completed application to: info@gmpcc.org.uk.

Interviews will take place in December 2016.

The job description, personnel specification and application form are available to download at the bottom of this page.

Closing date for applications: 10am, Tuesday 29th November 2016.

Please note that the successful candidate must undertake a vetting process prior to appointment.

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