This role reports to the Principal Audit Manager for Investment Bank (Origination & Advisory and FIC Financing), who in turn reports to the Chief Auditor for Investment Bank.
You will work with management and staff within Group Audit to deliver audits owned by the Investment Bank audit team.
They will also provide participation in other audits owned outside of the Investment Bank audit team, as part of 'front to back' audit reviews.
What We Offer You
A diverse and inclusive environment that embraces change, innovation, and collaboration
A hybrid working model, allowing for in-office / work from home flexibility, generous vacation, personal and volunteer days
Employee Resource Groups support an inclusive workplace for everyone and promote community engagement
Competitive compensation packages including health and wellbeing benefits, retirement savings plans, parental leave, and family building benefits
Educational resources, matching gift, and volunteer programs
What You'll Do
Work on audits of IB FIC Financing, Origination & Advisory and other team portfolios; through supervised activities, evaluating the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls relating to the risks within those business areas
Track and validate closure of internal audit issues and regulatory observations and complete business risk assessments and contribute to the annual audit planning process; Complete work assignments on a timely basis - including planned audits, ad hoc projects, and special investigations
Proactively develop and maintain professional consultative working relationship, primarily within the team and support functions
Use a range of approaches to collect relevant information to assess risk, resolve issues or carry out tasks
Work in a co-operative manner with subjective matter experts and other teams from across the function to provide 'front-to-back' audit coverage
Skills You'll Need
Undergraduate or equivalent degree required; advanced degrees and relevant professional certifications (e.g. CIA, CAMS, etc.) preferred but not required
Relevant experience in an internal Audit role, covering Investment Banking preferred experience but not required
Basic Technology understanding
Skills That Will Help You Excel
Excellent written & verbal communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels within Group Audit and with Stakeholders
Flexible, pro-active, self-sufficient with the ability and willingness to work in a high-pressure environment and deliver under tight deadlines
A firm commitment to maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards - and the ability to stand your ground when challenged
It is the Bank's expectation that employees hired into this role will work in the Cary, NC office in accordance with the Bank's hybrid working model.
Deutsche Bank provides reasonable accommodations to candidates and employees with a substantiated need based on disability and/or religion.
The salary range for this position in Cary is $75,000 to $110,750. Actual salaries may be based on a number of factors including, but not limited to, a candidate's skill set, experience, education, work location and other qualifications. Posted salary ranges do not include incentive compensation or any other type of renumeration.
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Deutsche Bank Benefits
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Our values define the working environment we strive to create - diverse, supportive and welcoming of different views. We embrace a culture reflecting a variety of perspectives, insights and backgrounds to drive innovation. We build talented and diverse teams to drive business results and encourage our people to develop to their full potential. Talk to us about flexible work arrangements and other initiatives we offer.
We promote good working relationships and encourage high standards of conduct and work performance. We welcome applications from talented people from all cultures, countries, races, genders, sexual orientations, disabilities, beliefs and generations and are committed to providing a working environment free from harassment, discrimination and retaliation.
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We are an Equal Opportunity Employer - Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories. Click these links to view the following notices: EEO is the Law poster and supplement ; Employee Rights and Responsibilities under the Family and Medical Leave Act ; Employee Polygraph Protection Act and Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision .