Graduate Trainee – Internal Audit CIIA – Summer 2024 Intake

  • Department: Internal Audit
  • Experience Level: Entry Level
  • Location: Glasgow office / hybrid working model
  • Hours: 35 hours/week, Monday-Friday, Flexible working

We are seeking a number of enthusiastic Graduate Trainees to join our Internal Audit team as part of our summer 2024 intake.

About us

Wbg’s roots lie in a forward-thinking and dynamic business that has evolved through vision, energy and the quality of its people. The company’s heritage stretches back 300 years as a reputable and trusted partner. We are in a new period of evolution as an ambitious player in an exciting market, and our mission is to help our people and clients achieve their ambitions.

About the job

We require a number of enthusiastic graduates to join our busy Internal Audit department.  Working with an ambitious team of professionals, the successful candidate will develop the full range of skills and experience to allow them to contribute effectively to the service offerings of our team.  Full support through professional Internal Audit training will be offered (CIIA) over a 3-year fixed term training contract.     

Key Responsibilities

• Assisting in audit assignments (planning, testing, report writing, attending meetings, etc)
• Liaising with the full range of clients – private, public and charitable sectors
• Any other tasks, as directed

Reporting to

Management team, named buddy

About you

You must be able to contribute to a professional environment and work effectively across our client base.  You must be working towards, or hold, an honours degree (2:1 minimum, Risk Management discipline preferred) and have excellent grade Higher Maths and English (or equivalent qualifications). An ability to plan and achieve deadlines is essential in order to gain staged exam success as well as effectively deliver to our clients.  A quality approach to work, positive communication skills, enthusiasm and ambition are key to success.  In return, you will receive first-class coaching and mentoring.         

Desirable Skills/Experience

• Previous work experience within a professional office environment beneficial
• Proven team-working skills

Personal Qualities

• Organisational skills
• Can take ownership of the task
• Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
• Enthusiastic, results driven, co-operative
• Positive and confident approach to work
• Client focussed
• Quality approach to work (first time, on time, every time)
• Can work effectively in a team environment or on own initiative

Other information

Based: The role will be based at our Bath Street offices; Hybrid working pattern
Contract:  3 Year Fixed Term Training Contract
Hours: Flexible working day, 35 hours/week, Monday-Friday
Salary: Competitive

• We have developed a set of Essential Behaviours which form part of every role profile and contribute to positive culture
• Occasional overtime may be required
• Full driving licence highly beneficial
• Occasional travel away from home (overnight stays) will be expected to service our client base
• Fully supported professional training will be offered after successful completion of probationary period

How to apply

To apply, please send your current CV plus a covering letter with a note of interest to

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