Audit Specialist (m/f/d) Kariyer Fırsatları

Audit Specialist (m/f/d)


Established by the Financial Stability Board in June 2014, the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation
(GLEIF) is a not-for-profit organization created to support the implementation and use of the Legal Entity
Identifier (LEI). GLEIF manages a network of partners, the LEI issuing organizations, to provide trusted
services and open, reliable data for unique legal entity identification worldwide. GLEIF services ensure
the operational integrity of the Global LEI System and facilitate making the LEI a broad public good
available on our website. As a result, the LEI remains the industry standard best suited to providing open
and reliable data for unique legal entity identification management. Learn more at

Position Summary

The Audit Services & Public Affairs function is overall responsible for all aspects of GLEIF's Audit Services,
including the Accreditation of LEI issuing organizations and the Qualification of vLEI Issuing
organizations. GLEIF’s Accreditation is a global compliance program that is based on best practices and
generally accepted control standards, such as COSO, COBIT and ISO20000. It oversees the accreditation
and annual re-accreditation of organizations issuing identifiers for entity identification in financial
transactions, supervised by the Regulatory Oversight Committee (ROC).

The Accreditation & Audit Specialist is responsible for performing accreditations for applicant
organizations and monitoring the compliance of all accredited LEI issuing organizations (LOUs) with the
terms set forth in the Master Agreement. As an Accreditation & Audit Specialist, you will also be
assisting in the execution of any other compliance programs developed by and embedded in the Audit
Services & Public Affairs Department.

Key Responsibilities

  • Supporting global organizations in understanding process requirements and submitting
    required documentation
  • Organizing and tracking technical documentation from the beginning to the end of the process
  • Reviewing documentation for completeness and evaluating compliance with established
    requirements and standards
  • Drafting audit reports listing findings, providing suitable remediation plans and following up on
    the same
  • Processing spreadsheets with large quantity of data, which involves capturing and analyzing
    data, using formula functions, building charts and graphs, utilizing pivot tables
  • Assisting in the management of relevant processes; updating process documentation to ensure
    this remains complete and reflects most up to date process workflows, actively participating in
    process improvements
  • Participating in the conduct of external on-site audits as required
  • Experience and competencies for success
  • University Degree in Business Administration/Finance/Economics preferred – (advanced degree
  • Experience (1-3 years) in participating in a variety of audit types with a diverse client mix –
    hands-on experience in government or not-for-profit highly desirable
  • CIA/CISA/CFE/ACCA – at least one designation achieved is plus; GLEIF is willing to provide
    financial support for obtaining/sustaining professional designations on a case by case basis.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to interact with a wide variety of
    international stakeholders, both internal and external, across all levels of an organization
  • Strong analytical skills, ability to analyze data, identify trends and make data-driven decisions
  • Effective project management and organizational skills
  • Hands-on expertise using MS Excel and PowerPoint
  • Ability to thrive in a dynamic, multi-cultural team environment
  • Professionalism, integrity, and trustworthiness combined with a positive, cooperative attitude
  • Highly motivated self-starter with superior ability to multitask and complete assignments within
    time constraints and deadlines with minimal direct supervision
  • Ability to understand and utilize financial statement data
  • Working understanding of ISO 20000, ISO 19011, NIST, CoBIT, COSO standards highly desirable
  • Working knowledge of risk management techniques and processes desirable
  • Fluent spoken and written English skills required; other language skills would be a plus
  • Business travel may be required which will be requested with reasonable notice and ability to
    travel without restriction approximately 10-15% within and outside the EU
Department: Audit Services & Public Affairs
Reports into: Head of Audit Services & Public Affairs
Management responsibility: No
Location: Frankfurt
Scope: Full-time

All foreign applicants from outside the EU must have a valid work permit to work in Germany.

What we offer

This is an opportunity to make an impact on the transparency of the financial services and other
industries in a not-for-profit, stable business that is committed to investing in the foundation, its partner
relationships, and its employees. You will join a highly motivated team with the mission to successfully
implement the Global Legal Entity Identifier system. Compensation and benefits will be of course
adequate to the position.

In addition, we offer

  • Professional development
  • Join and work with us in a flexible and mobile working environment
  • Access to online learning Platforms (e.g., Pluralsight, Laracast)
  • Multicultural organization with the office directly in the city center of Frankfurt
  • Open office space that facilitates & encourages collaboration; headphones allowed
  • Subsidized gym membership
  • iMac workstation with 2 displays; custom keyboard if required
  • Company iPhone & Macbook

We look forward to your application in English. Please send your résumé alongside a letter of interest to