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Internal Auditor- Governance Risk Advisory


Job Description

About Moore Australia  

Helping you thrive in a changing world, Moore Australia (WA) is part of the Moore Australia and Moore Global accounting and consulting group spanning 260 firms in 110 countries. This helps us combine a local feel with a global appeal.  In WA we have 15 Directors and approximately 85 team members in our Perth office.

Recently rebranded from ‘Moore Stephens’, the strength of our local, national and global reputation is on an exciting growth trajectory. We are a leading provider of business solutions to the market and our purpose is to help our clients thrive by providing advisory, assurance, accounting, taxation and technology solutions to organisations, state and local governments and private clients.

With an exciting vision and well-planned strategy for future growth, we are dedicated to providing an environment where our team members can thrive too! As a Moore Australia (WA) team member, you will be working with great people in a supportive environment, have access to progressive learning and development programs and ongoing performance enablement to help ensure you succeed in your career – not to mention the range of social and wellbeing activities we offer.

The Position

Due to growth in our Governance and Risk Advisory services, we are seeking a suitably qualified internal audit professional to join the team.  This position will support senior members to provide governance, risk management, internal audit, quality assurance and better practice advice to our valued clients, helping them navigate the risks in an ever increasing complex and changing world.

Key accountabilities will include, but is not limited to:

  • conducting meetings either face to face or remotely to get an understanding of a client’s business,
  • reviewing their business processes and analysing their documentation to improve their processes,
  • ensuring clients are following legislative requirements and give guidance on better practice approaches,
  • prepare detailed reports on findings which will be presented to boards and committees,
  • assist the team with the preparation of tenders and proposals,
  • assist with the preparation and delivery of client workshops.

Specific Requirements

  • You have attained or are in the process of attaining a CPA or CA qualification, Institute of Internal Auditors certification or similar
  • Minimum of two years’ internal audit experience in a professional services firm. 
  • Sound judgement, critical thinking and analytical skills are vital to enable you to successfully perform risk, governance or internal audits. 
  • You will also possess a high level of initiative and organisational skills, able to manage work for a variety of clients to achieve deadlines. 
  • Your key strengths will be your highly collaborative approach which enables you to build networks and to establish trusting business relationships. 
  • A current national police clearance (within six months), Australian working rights and an ability to travel to various locations are essential.

Culture and Benefits

The door will be open to rewarding work experiences within a genuinely professional environment. We celebrate your personal and professional development, your achievements, your lifelong learning, your individuality and your choices.

We offer truly rewarding careers, ongoing learning and development opportunities and a collaborative and inclusive culture that focuses on our people's wellbeing.  

Moore Australia embraces diversity and are committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request.
Moore Australia is dedicated to providing a safe working environment and is adhering to all government restrictions relating to COVID-19.

How to Apply
Select Apply Now to complete the online application form and upload:

  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter
  3. Statement addressing how you meet the Specific Requirements, no more than three pages.

    Applications should be submitted by close of business 21 January 2021. 

    For a confidential discussion about this position please contact Rhonda McFadden, People and Culture Manager on 08 9224 0111 or to find out more about us, visit our website on