• Senior Auditor Performance (Relief)
    £48,893 - £56,611 ( pay band 4)
    Salary on appointment is at the minimum of the range

About this job


Here at Audit Wales our role is to examine  how public bodies manage and spend public money, including how they achieve value in the delivery of public services. 

Our aim is to:

  • Assure the people of Wales that public money is being managed well.
  • Explain how public money is being used and how it meets people’s needs. 
  • Inspire and empower the Welsh public sector to improve.

As part of our work we are looking to engage Relief Senior Auditors to provide short-term, ad-hoc support in the undertaking of our Performance audits.

Our colleagues come from a variety of backgrounds and your role will be to support the development and delivery of local and national performance projects at audited bodies. 

You will need to have proven analytical skills which can be applied across a range of audit projects and you will need to be able to manage competing demands on your time. In addition to this we are looking for someone who has the ability to learn quickly and apply that learning to the challenges that public sector bodies face within an audit context.  You must be able to work both independently and also as part of a multi-disciplinary team and have an in depth understanding of how public services operate in Wales.

The location of our Relief Senior Auditor posts are flexible and opportunities are available throughout Wales.

Due to the nature of the work available, these roles are offered on a relief basis only, we are not able to guatentee any set hours of work and there is no obligation on successful candidates to accept work. 

At Audit Wales, our values and behaviours define the way we work and how we work together to achieve our goals. All our people are fully committed to demonstrating our values and behaviours, so we can work effectively with each other and make good decisions. They help us be the best we can be and ensures that we’ve got the right skills and experiences in the right place.

Our values and behaviours are designed by staff to help increase the diversity of our workforce and developing a coaching culture to ensure thriving conditions for organisational success.

We ask that the successful applicant contributes fully to nurture a positive culture and to help us grow by living our values and behaviours.

You can find out more about the responsibilities, skills and experience required in the job description.  For an informal discussion about the job please contact Lisa Williams on 029 20320500

Audit Wales welcomes and encourages applications from everyone, including groups currently underrepresented in our workforce such as people from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background and disabled people.

Please note that due to the nature of the role and fluctuation of business demand, we will be recruiting at different times throughout the year. We will acknowledge receipt of your application and will then advise you whether or not you will be invited for interview, however, it may be some time before you hear from us regarding the next stage of the process.  

Closing Date

  • 31/10/2024
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