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Junior Auditor Banking/Insurance (as from September 2015)
Description de l'entreprise
KPMG Bedrijfsrevisoren/ KPMG Réviseurs d'Entreprises is dedicated to providing the necessary resources and tools to support its engagement teams, as they deliver qualitative audit services.
The fundamental role of an auditor is to report to the shareholders as to whether the company's annual accounts show a true and fair view of the company's financial activity. As well as to ensure that the accounts are presented in conformity with the prevailing legal and regulatory requirements.
KPMG Bedrijfsrevisoren/ KPMG Réviseurs d'Entreprises is looking for several junior auditors within the banking/insurance sector for the office in Brussels.
Description de la fonction
As an auditor at KPMG, you will be doing much more than just looking at the company's financial records. You'll be finding out as much as you can about the whole company, the way it works, its products or services, its technology, its competitors and the industry in which it operates.
As junior auditor, you will be likely to perform the following tasks during your first year:
Interviewing clients to gather an understanding of the client's business processes, the controls implemented in their day-to-day operations and also verifying that these controls are being performed.
Suggesting improvements to the client's system, business processes and controls.
Attending a stock-take to observe the company's methods for recording stock and test counting a sample of the company's stock items.
Confirming that the company's record of its cash balances agrees with the bank.Sending out requests to customers in order to ascertain that trade receivables exist.
Checking that the company owns the fixed assets that it claims it has in its accounts (e.g. buildings, machinery, computers and cars) and that these are recorded at the correct value.
Ensuring that the list of company suppliers is complete.
Helping with the review of the statutory accounts.
You have (or will soon hold) a university degree in Commercial Engineering, Commercial Sciences or (Applied) Economic Sciences.
Communication skills: perfect knowledge of French/Dutch & good knowledge of English.
Interest in banking/insurance sector
While we believe academic qualifications are an important pointer as to how you might succeed at our firm, these are far from being the only thing you'll be assessed on. There are several other capabilities we believe you'll need to demonstrate while you're with KPMG: Client centricity, team work, professional judgment, quality of work, planning and organizing skills, stress resistance.
At KPMG you are appreciated for your professional skills and expertise. Surrounded by a strong team spirit in an international and dynamic work environment, you will find the knowledge that is enriching for your career.
Besides a competitive remuneration package, we offer you a great number of extra-legal advantages such as flexible working hours, 20 vacation days (entitled to overtime), net allowances, group & hospitalization insurance, lease car with fuel card, laptop and Ipad, as well as the opportunity to work for major clients in various sectors.
We will provide you a continuous support in your professional development and career opportunities.
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- Anglais: bon
- Néerlandais: bon
- Français: bon