VP, Auditor - Barclays Internal Audit Division

Compensation

: $205,500.00 - $205,500.00 /year *

Employment Type

: Full-Time

Industry

: Accounting



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We are making some changes to improve your experience of our careers site. One of these is replacing our Job Basket . Our current Job Basket will be removed in the next few weeks. If you have any saved jobs in your basket please note their Requisition ID so that you can find them easily again. We apologise for any inconvenience. Before you join us there are a few things we need to check, and some tasks you'll need to complete. The Barclays Welcome Portal is here to help guide you through the process, right up to your first day at Barclays. Your provisional start date Coming soon We're really looking forward to you joining the team. This start date is provisional for now and depends on you completing all onboarding tasks. Your provisional start date: Coming soon We're really looking forward to you joining the team. Your start date will appear here as soon as it's ready. Key information about Operations & Technology for joiners to our Centres of Excellence and business-focused teams. Everything you need to know about joining Barclays. Please note: you will receive a separate email with your Being Barclays login details. Hear recent joiners talk about their experiences of joining Barclays - and find tips to help your prepare for your first day. Improve your digital skills with Barclays Digital Wings. From coding to online security, you'll learn lots of useful skills from leading digital experts. We are very keen to hear your thoughts on our recruitment process. If you haven't completed our feedback survey already please click .here We encourage all colleagues to open an account with us, benefit from the great offers and experience our products and services as our customers do. Please make sure you can present a proof of your legal right to work and a proof of address document for your current address. An example list of acceptable documents for the UK can be found . For country-specific documents, please speak to your local Resourcing Partner.here You should take them to your interview with you, or to a Barclays branch, contact centre or other Barclays office. Full details will be included on your invitation for interview. For US candidates, please note that you will be required to produce evidence of your legal right to work in the US within 3 days of your start date. For India candidates, you may also provide your documentation to be attested at induction. In most countries, you will receive a link to an online portal from one of our third party screening providers requesting you to log on and complete an online form. You will receive this email once we have received all of your ID documents from your interviewer, and we have validated that they are correct. In a small number of countries, you will be asked to complete a manual form. Please ensure that you complete this on a timely basis to avoid any delays to your start date and/or for regulated candidates, any delay to commencement of work on regulated activities. Screening can vary from person to person and will depend on your personal circumstances. If we need to clarify any of your details with you, one of our third party screening providers, or a Barclays member of staff will get in touch with you during our screening process. Please note that for candidates who have resided overseas, certain background checks can take longer to complete, so you should ensure that you do not delay in providing documentation and completing paperwork, or online screening forms as required. In most countries, we complete screening in two stages - (a) Stage 1 checks, which are the minimal pre-start checks that we need to complete prior to onboarding a new joiner at Barclays and (b) Stage 2 checks, which need to be completed within 8 weeks of start date. In certain other countries (e.g. Lithuania; certain regulated hires in the UK; and for hires at BA4 grade and below in South Africa), we complete all screening checks in advance. Note: Stage 1 - Must be completed 'Pre-Start' These checks will be completed before we agree a start date with you. They include ID and Legal Right to Work checks, sanctions checks, credit checks and fraud checks. Stage 2 - Can be completed 'Post-Start' These checks must be completed within 8 weeks of you commencing employment with us. The checks may include Criminal Record Checks, Company Verification, Employment and Academic referencing and verification of any career breaks that you may have undertaken. You should expect to receive a communication from us when you have passed screening and for those countries where we screen in two stages, you should expect to receive an update after completion of each stage. Once we have received confirmation that you have passed the minimal mandatory screening checks, we will be in touch with you to finalise your start date. Please note; if we need additional information from you before we can pass these checks, you will be contacted either by one of our third party screening providers, or by us directly. My Rewards gives you the flexibility and choice to create a benefits package that s individual to you. You will automatically be enrolled in your core benefits at the level set out in your Benefits illustration from your first day at Barclays. Shortly afterwards, you will receive an email inviting to you access the My Rewards website. This is where you can flex some core benefits and/or enrol in your choice of voluntary benefits. Once your contract has been issued you will be able to download the My Rewards leaflet attached to your offer. Rewards and benefits Barclays gives you the flexibility to create a rewards plan that's individual to you. You can flex your core package to suit your needs, by choosing a higher or lower level of benefit. Through Dynamic Working, we'll also support you in being a charity volunteer, parent, student, carer - or whatever else you commit time to outside of your professional life. And, with Barclays Be Well, we'll help you to stay healthy and happy throughout your time at the bank. Tailoring your benefits When you join Barclays, you will automatically be enrolled in a core benefits package. You can then flex this plan up or down. If you choose to flex down, you can take any unused Benefits Allowance for most core benefits as cash (payable with your salary and subject to income tax and National Insurance). You can also use some of your salary to flex up and enrol in voluntary benefits. Rewards and benefits Barclays offers comprehensive benefit plans that provide choice, flexibility and value. We encourage you to carefully consider your health, retirement and insurance needs and to review all the benefits available to you. Through My Rewards you have access to useful tools and resources to help you make the best decisions for you and your family My Rewards website The My Rewards website makes it easy to adjust your benefits level. As you flex or enrol in benefits, you can see the monthly cost to you (the amount of Benefits Allowance/salary you would sacrifice) and the estimated effect on your take-home pay. My Rewards website The My Rewards website is your all-in-one resource for: Pay and Recognition Health and Insurance Savings and Retirement Lifestyles and Offers The site makes it easy for you to find information on all of your benefits and how to enroll. Retirals Prepare for your future retirement with the Provident Fund. We offer a contribution of 12% of your Basic Salary to help build up your Provident Fund. In India, we are required by law to automatically enroll all employees in a workplace PF scheme. If you wish, you can choose to pay a higher contribution from your pay towards your PF on a voluntary basis. Health and insurance Barclays offers a range of optional health and insurance benefits, including: Private Medical Scheme (PMS) Dental Plan Health assessment Healthcare Cash Plan Income protection Life assurance Critical illness Health and insurance Barclays offers a range of health and insurance benefits, including: Medical Plan Dental Plan Supplemental Vision Plan Life Insurance Personal Accident Insurance Long Term Disability Health Savings Account (HSA) Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) Commuter Benefits Legal Plan Employee Programs and Discounts Barclays Pension Savings Plan Prepare for your future retirement with the Barclays Pension Savings Plan (BPSP). We offer a contribution of 10% of your Basic Salary to help build up your pension pot. In the UK, we're required by law to automatically enrol certain employees in a workplace pension scheme. If you wish, you can choose to opt out of the BPSP at any time. Savings and retirement The Barclays 401(k) Plan provides a simple, effective way to invest for the future while realizing certain tax benefits. Barclays will match a portion of your contributions to the Plan. There is no waiting period, and you will begin receiving matching contributions once you enroll. Gratuity insurance You are also eligible to receive Gratuity, as prescribed under local law if you have rendered continuous service for not less than five years. It is payable on your superannuation, retirement, resignation, death or disablement due to accident or disease. Wellbeing and work/life balance We re striving to create a culture of wellbeing at Barclays, and your health and work/life balance matter to us. Through the Dynamic Working programme, you can pursue projects and commitments outside of the office - from charity work to further education. Wellbeing and work/life balance We re striving to create a culture of wellbeing at Barclays, and your health and work/life balance matter to us. Through Dynamic Working, we'll also support you in being a charity volunteer, parent, student, carer - or whatever else you commit time to outside of your professional life. Wellbeing and work/life balance We re striving to create a culture of wellbeing at Barclays, and your health and work/life balance matters to us. Through the Dynamic working program, you can pursue projects and commitments outside of the office - from charity work to flexible working. We offer: Like all financial institutions, we complete background and employments checks for every new joiner. We call this People Screening. Everyone at Barclays, regardless of their role, has to pass screening before they start working at the bank. Find out how the process works below. Please note that the steps involved in screening may vary depending on your country and the role for which you have applied. Why People Screening? We conduct People Screening in order to: Make sure that we employ people with the right skills Meet the requirements of our financial regulators Protect our colleagues and customers from groups or individuals who threaten our people, properties, data and commercial activities Prevent our employees from engaging in financial crime. How does People Screening work? Typically, screening checks are performed by a third-party screening provider, such as HireRight. You will receive an email with a link to the provider's website where you will be asked for more personal details. This information allows our screening provider to start employee background checks and employment verification. How does People Screening work? At ABSA, we use a third-party provider called MIE to handle the screening process. They won't contact you directly, but we will ask you for some personal information to help them start employee background checks and employment verification. These checks include: Identity Home address Company and career history Academic and professional qualifications Criminal record/conviction status How does People Screening work? Typically, screening checks are performed by a third-party screening provider, such as CARCO. In most cases, you will receive an email with a link to the provider's website where you will be asked to provide more details. This information allows our screening provider to start employee background checks and employment verification. Before you join There are some checks that must be completed before you join Barclays, including: Identity Legal Right to Work Home address Credit/bankruptcy status Sanctions and Politically Exposed Person (PEP) status Before you join There are some checks that must be completed before you join Barclays, including: Identity Fitness and propriety Global watch list And, depending on the role you're applying for: Credit/bankruptcy status Sanctions and Politically Exposed Person (PEP) status Stage one usually takes around five days to complete. Further checks Some checks might last up to eight weeks beyond your start date. These might include: Company and career history Academic and professional qualifications Criminal record/conviction status Directorships International credit checks Things to remember Screening is something that everyone has to do when they join Barclays - regardless of job role, nationality or background. The screening provider may ask for more details where needed. To avoid any delays to your start date, please provide this information as quickly as possible. If you're offered a role regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority, you will need to complete additional verification checks. If you have previously worked for Barclays as a contractor, you may need to undertake some or all of the background screening checks again. Things to remember Screening is something that everyone has to do when they join Barclays - regardless of job role, nationality or background. We may ask for more details where needed. To avoid any delays to your start date, please provide this information as quickly as possible. If you have previously worked for Barclays as a contractor, you may need to undertake some or all of the background screening checks again. Things to remember Screening is something that everyone has to do when they join Barclays - regardless of job role, nationality or background. The screening provider may ask for more details where needed. To avoid any delays to your start date, please provide this information as quickly as possible. If you have previously worked for Barclays as a contractor, you may need to undertake some or all of the background screening checks again. For high risk roles, additional checks are required. Things to remember Screening is something that everyone has to do when they join Barclays - regardless of job role, nationality or background. The screening provider may ask for more details where needed. To avoid any delays to your start date, please provide this information as quickly as possible. If you have previously worked for Barclays as a contractor, you may need to undertake some or all of the background screening checks again. Wondering what it's like to join Barclays? Nervous about your first day? We've asked recent joiners from different parts of the organisation to talk about their experiences and to share some tips about how to prepare for your arrival. It's natural to feel a little apprehensive about starting a new job. But we'll do what we can to make you feel welcome as soon as you arrive at the door. Robert talks about his respect for his teammates, and about his experience of the screening process in the UK. Choose a story Choose a Barclays Colleague from the list below to hear their story about joining, and to get a few tips about preparing for your first day. Robert s story Essential Banker, Branch Robert talks about his respect for his teammates, and about his experience of the screening process in the UK. This is Kellie's first 'real' job after leaving university. She explains how training helped her to feel more confident in her new role. Eddy wanted to work for a big brand, and found that Barclays was the perfect fit for his career goals. After joining Barclays, Nicola found that she got involved in projects and events that she wouldn't have considered before. Sulo thinks that having a successful first day at Barclays is all about arriving prepared and ready to take on new challenges. Dan, just seven days into his new career in the design team, found that throwing himself into a new project helped him to settle in. Faye was assigned a Buddy who helped her to understand the ins and outs of working at Barclays for her first few weeks. We have gathered some of the best tips from recent joiners and HR colleagues about making a smooth transition into your career at Barclays. Congratulations on your offer to become part of Barclays HR - a team made up of 3,650 colleagues in over 50 countries. From recruitment to retention, skills development to talent management, the HR function supports them all. Here you'll find a short introduction film, two downloadable guides, and a short summary of what to expect from your first days in the team. Barclays HR Explained Download this short PDF about the HR function at Barclays. It tells you who we are, how we work, and where you fit in. Your first day is mainly about getting to know your Buddy/line manager and your new team, as well as finding your way around. You should also receive any equipment you'll need - e.g. desktop/laptop, phone. The Buddy System All new joiners on the HR team are assigned a Buddy. Your Buddy will help you settle into your new role by answering questions and making you feel welcome. On day one you can expect to meet your: Line manager Buddy New team You'll also be introduced to colleagues located nearby. Where to go when you arrive Head to the building reception mentioned in your start date email. Your Buddy or line manager should be waiting for you when you arrive. If not, check your start date email for the name of your line manager and ask the receptionist to call through. They will be down to meet you as soon as possible! Being HR Being HR is an internal website dedicated to the HR function at Barclays. It helps you understand what's expected of you, what you can expect from us, and where to go for help and advice. Congratulations on your offer to become part of the Barclays Personal and Corporate Banking team, which has been created with the aim to support the financial needs of more people in more ways than ever before. Bringing together the individual strengths of Retail and Business Banking, Corporate Banking and Wealth & Investment Management, puts us in a perfect position to become the 'Go-To' bank for customers and clients by offering them the smarter banking they want. It is also creating fantastic career opportunities for people like you. One PCB allows us to share our talent and knowhow so we can make the most of what we already do, and you'll be joining an environment where innovation is part of the everyday. If you share our focus on the customer, and are happy to embrace new ways of working, the opportunities to learn, grow and be rewarded at Barclays are bigger than ever before. Please click on this link to view a message from Ashok Vaswani, CEO, Personal and Corporate Banking Personal and Corporate Banking Business Areas There are five different areas of Personal and Corporate Banking where you could potentially develop your career. This animated video focuses on the development journey you are about to embark on. Development is a journey that starts with your induction, however it will continue throughout your career. To achieve your goals you need to own your development and that starts from day 1. Once you have started in your role you have access to our Learning Journey site. You can find this in a number of ways: Type 'My Learning Journey' into your browser via a desktop Access via MyZone, New Joiner Zone on mobile devices or Access via the PCB Academy Home Page under useful Links This contains resources that support both you and your Line Manager, including guides, useful links and policies as well as access to a 'Virtual Buddy' where you can post questions relating to your learning, courses or general questions relating to starting work at Barclays - to compliment both the support your buddy and Line Manager will provide. You will also find a link to join the Emerge Network if you haven't already done this. This will connect you with other colleagues who are starting out on the careers just like you. The PCB Academy is where you can find learning resources for every stage of your journey at Barclays and it is where you will get started with the core skills you need to carry out your role. It's really important that your transition into role is positive and enjoyable. To achieve this, there's a combined responsibility for you, your line manager and your buddy to work together and be clear on expectations of each other. What to expect when you join PCB Before you join If you are in working in one of our branches you will need to order a Barclays uniform. Once you have accepted your contract and your staff number is ready, your Branch Manager will be able to register you on our dedicated uniform ordering site so that you can place an order from our wide range of options online. Although we aim to get your uniform delivered as quickly as possible, this can sometimes take up to 10 days, so it's important to order this as soon as you can. Please note: your password will be sent you to once your line manager has registered you on the corporate wear website Day 1 Starting a new job can conjure up many emotions. There's the obvious excitement alongside some possible apprehension. Our aim is that you'll feel at ease from day one with us. Day one is mainly about getting to know your line manager and your new team and finding your way around. You should also receive any equipment you need, e.g. desktop/laptop, phone, and set up your systems. Week 1 A key milestone for this week is meeting key stakeholders/ team members you'll be working with in your role. You should also meet with your line manager to agree your performance objectives and plan your development. Barclays considers performance to be as much about what we do as well as how we do it. To find out more about performance management at Barclays, visit the My Performance site. Month 1 In your first month, you'll start to experience your new role and get a good sense of what it's like to work here. To help you achieve this you should start to get some clarity on what is required by agreeing clear outcomes/ objectives along with you a Personal Development Plan which focuses on the priorities for you in the next few months. You'll also expand your network and stakeholder map and take opportunities to job shadow a colleague where available. If you are joining us on the , our diverse range of opportunities are designed to help get your career off to the best possible start. Wherever you are joining us, you ll be treated as a valued member of the team. We ll encourage you to think big, share your ideas and create your own path.Graduate Programme If you are joining us on the , you will have a great opportunity to expand your knowledge of Barclays as an organisation, while tapping into your own creativity and sharing ideas with your team.Intern Programme On these pages you will find links to helpful websites with interactive experiences, useful contacts and further information on what to expect during the Onboarding process and on Day 1 when we welcome you to Barclays. Please also refer to the Tasks to complete section for any actions we require from you. Please review and e-sign your contract of employment, which will be available to view on the Barclays Welcome Portal. Complete your personal details form You are also required to complete your personal details form which allows us to make the Scholarly & Bursary Payment, this is typically paid within 3 months of the form being completed. Visa application process initiated If applicable once all documentation has been returned we will initiate the Visa application process which can take up to 3 months to fully complete. People Screening Everyone at Barclays regardless of their role goes through the screening process, we use a third-party screening provider(HireRight) to perform these checks. We will contact you 3 months prior to your start date to request the documents needed to initiate this process. Pre day one Once you have passed stage 1 screening and if applicable your Visa granted/approved, you will be ready to join Barclays. Where to go on day one? Shortly before starting, the Graduate team will confirm where to go and what time to arrive. The Graduate team will be there to meet you. What to expect on day one Your first day will consist of a few introductory talks, some important bits of admin and time to get to know your cohort. Ahead of the day you will receive more detailed guidance from the Graduate team. Congratulations on your offer - you'll soon be joining a global community with many different skills and diverse perspectives, united by a common purpose and shared values. Here you'll find a downloadable guide to Operations & Technology. This is of interest to colleagues joining our Centres of Excellence/Shared Services and any of our business-aligned Operations & Technology teams (Barclays UK, Barclaycard, Investment Bank, and Africa) Your first day is mainly about getting to know your line manager and your new team, as well as finding your way around. You should also receive any equipment you'll need - e.g. desktop/laptop, phone. Where to go when you arrive Head to the building reception mentioned in your start date email and ask the receptionist to contact your line manager. They will be down to meet you as soon as possible! Technology has radically changed the way the world works. By harnessing today s technology, and by developing tomorrow s, we will continue to stay one step ahead for the millions of customers we serve all around the world. Our global Technology functions are the powerhouse behind our global operations and systems infrastructure which typically process 8.5million payments every day with a value in excess of 560billion. Barclays currently serves; 24 million retail customers. 14 million Barclaycard customers. Millions of investment banking customers (and millions more to come). You re joining a global team of over 13,000 dedicated Technology colleagues who collectively conceive, design, develop and support the innovative solutions that protect our customers and lead the world in digital banking. Every year we invest over 250 million in Technology change projects and together, we are redefining the future of finance. It s an exciting time to be joining Technology at Barclays A warm welcome from our Chief Information Officer - Mark Ashton Rigby We are looking to grow the global Technology team footprint and the technology skillset that we have within the company A word from Barclays Chief Operating Officer - Paul Compton Our Technology strategy \"To make Technology a competitive advantage, built upon a highly resilient, secure and cost-effective overall technology platform\" Group Technology Mission Statement Make It A Safer Bank For Our Customers Having a safe technology platform which operates effectively every day is our number one priority. Cyber protection, Resiliency and Risk & Control will be embedded within the design of every solution we build and deploy Create The Most Effective Technology Organisation Technology is a competitive advantage so we will treat it as such and will repatriate and protect our IP Be ruthless and relentless in the pursuit of talent Build Innovative, Higher Quality Software, Faster & Cheaper We aim for consistency in terms of tools and frameworks we use and a have a standard operating model on how we deploy technology We will focus as much time on how we architect solutions as on building them specifically around the thematic of Data & Cloud Make Technology A Great Place To Work We will inspire our teams through visibility and interactive leadership ensuring colleagues understand how their work contributes to the success of the overall Bank strategy Provide A Modern & Flexible Infrastructure For Our Customers & Colleagues We take end-to-end accountability for our technology solutions and therefore we all support the investment in our Technical Infrastructure We will deploy Cloud ready solutions Treat Data As One Of Our Core Assets We will focus as much time on how we architect data solutions as we do application solutions What to expect when you join Barclays Technology On day one... Your first day is mainly about getting to know your line manager and your new team, as well as finding your way around. You should also receive any equipment you'll need - e.g. desktop/laptop, phone. Where to go when you arrive Head to the building reception mentioned in your start date email and ask the receptionist to contact your line manager. They will be down to meet you as soon as possible! Congratulations on your offer to become part of Barclaycard - you'll soon be joining a global community with many different skills and diverse perspectives, united by a common purpose and shared values. Here you'll find a short downloadable guide to Barclaycard, and a short summary of what to expect from your first days in the team. Your first day is mainly about getting to know your line manager and your new team, as well as finding your way around. You should also receive any equipment you'll need - e.g. desktop/laptop, phone. Where to go when you arrive Head to the building reception mentioned in your start date email and ask the receptionist to contact your line manager. They will be down to meet you as soon as possible! Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for 48 million customers, across 50 countries, through 4,750 branches. We ve been around for more than 300 years and we re always growing. Find out more about how we work through Being Barclays, and explore our five key business clusters below. Being Barclays is a password protected site, but you will receive an email with login details soon after you accept your contract. Being Barclays The start of your Barclays learning journey - where you will begin to understand more about us, and how we do things. Barclays can be broken down into five key clusters which cover all of our clients, customers and colleague services. Find a summary of each below: Now that you have a job offer - what comes next? Find out how this stage of the onboarding process works in our bite-sized film, then download our checklist to help you arrive prepared, relaxed and confident on your first day. Remember that your onboarding experience may vary slightly depending on your job role, the part of Barclays you're joining, and the country you live in. If you're moving to a job overseas look out for more details in your inbox. Screening explained What is screening and why does it matter? Find out about this essential part of the onboarding process. The Barclays Welcome Portal is designed to support you leading up to your first day at Barclays. Here, you can review and accept your contract, track your onboarding tasks and find useful information and advice. If your contract is ready, please review it and electronically confirm your acceptance so that we can start preparing for your arrival. The contract will contain a start date, which can be adjusted later on, and is conditional on passing our People Screening process. Like all banking and financial service organisations, we need to complete background and employment checks and verify your ID - we call this People Screening. We use a third-party screening provider to perform these checks. Visit the Being Barclays portal to learn more about how we work, our history, and our Values and Behaviours. (You will receive an email invitation to the site.) Provide your bank account details in the task 'Your Personal Data' so that we can set up your payroll details. Visit the Being Barclays portal to learn more about how we work, our history, and our Values and Behaviours. (You will receive an email invitation to the site.) Provide your bank account details in the task 'Your Personal Data' so that we can set up your payroll details. Visit the Being Barclays portal to learn more about how we work, our history, and our Values and Behaviours. (You will receive an email invitation to the site.) Provide your bank account details in the task 'Your Personal Data' so that we can set up your payroll details. Corporatewear is provided to colleagues who have direct contact with our customers, if you are eligible you will be informed by your Barclays contact and your new Line Manager will provide you with your user name and password once this is available. This user name and password will allow you to access the Corporatewear website by clicking on the button below. Your Corporatewear will be delivered to branch between three and five working days after the date you ve placed your order. We try our best to provide you with all garments you choose, however on occasions the item you have chosen may be out of stock; we don t want to delay your order and therefore you will provided with a substitute item similar to the one you had picked. We recommend you choose a mix of items that will last 2 years and suit both summer and winter conditions. Please measure yourself carefully; take a look at the measuring chart provided on the website for support with this. If you require further help completing your order, please contact our Corporatewear helpline on 0845 0777 888 (Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm) This service is set to disconnect automatically after {0} minutes of inactivity. Your session will end in {1} minutes. Barclays Bank PLC. Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority (Financial Services Register number: 122702). Barclays Bank PLC subscribes to the Lending Code which is monitored and enforced by the Lending Standards Board. Further details can be found at www.lendingstandardsboard.org.uk. Barclays Insurance Services Company Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Financial Services Register number: 312078). Barclays Bank PLC. Registered in England. Registered no. 1026167. Barclays Insurance Services Company Limited. Registered in England. Registered no. 973765. Registered office for both: 1 Churchill Place, London E14 5HP. 'The Woolwich' and 'Woolwich' are trademarks and trading names of Barclays Bank PLC. Barclays Business is a trading name of Barclays Bank PLC. * The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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