Graduate Project Auditor
Places for People
We are Places for People Group, we're a social enterprise that believes it's more than just homes that make a community – it's the people. That's why we build homes and manage communities where everyone can thrive.
We aren't your typical company. We apply the same philosophy to our People as we do to our communities, ensuring our team is appreciated and supported. At Places for People, you're more than just a number – you're a part of our cause.
More about your role
This role is part of our 2023 graduate programme, known internally as our Emerging Talent programme. As our Graduate Project Auditor you'll support with the auditing of key strategic projects. The two-year programme will support you to develop the core skills, behaviours and technical ability to develop into an Auditor with the opportunity to undertake Auditing qualifications.
This is a new role working within our Group Transformation Office, which will see you setting out new processes and ways of working to quality assure our strategic projects. Initially working on all projects we deem a “green” to improve performance and processes aswell as completing critical analysis.
This is a great role for someone looking for their first step into Audit, benefitting from support from both the Business Assurance team and our Group Transformation Team
This role is Agile role with other members of the Group Transformation Team spread across the UK. Despite working from the home the team are very social and where possible come together to socialise.
For more information, please download our job profile available on our website.
More about you
You'll be educated to a graduate level with a degree within a related specialism such as Business or Project Management, Risk, Maths or Accounting/Finance. The skills from your degree will allow you to be highly analytical.
You'll be supported to develop the mindset of an auditor however to succeed it's essential you have a risk focussed approach. Asking the question “what could go wrong?” And then looking at innovative solutions to problem-solving. You ideally will have an interest in projects and the ways a successful project is managed.
This role has numerous opportunities for long-term development and if the candidate shows interest could be supported to pursue professional auditing qualifications.
The application process is designed to support you to showcase your personality, strong communicators and candidates who embody our SPIRIT values will be looked upon favourably.
You'll join our Emerging Talent programme which brings together SPIRITed and talented individuals from across Places for People. The programme is designed to provide you with a wide range of skills, business insight and sector specific knowledge over two years. You'll learn a lot and quickly, you'll get exposure to some of our senior leaders as well being connected to a business mentor to support you throughout. You'll be encouraged and empowered to flourish and thrive within a nurturing environment. Our ambition gives you all the challenge you could wish for and that's why we can offer you tangible and exciting career progression in a diverse ad pioneering environment.
We are a large diverse and ambitious business, which will give you all the challenge you could wish for.
We know that there's always more we can do to make you smile, that's why we offer a comprehensive benefits package with each role, yours will include:
- Competitive salary, with a salary review yearly
- Excellent holiday package – up to 35 days annual leave with the option to buy or sell leave
- Cashback plan for healthcare costs – up to £500 saving per year
- A bonus scheme for all colleagues at 2%
Hopefully what you've read here has got you excited and wanting to apply. The first step of the application process should take around 20 minutes. You'll be asked to complete your personal details, academic history and provide us some additional supporting information about you. Don't worry you should know all of the answers. The next part of the application form is asking you to complete a few additional questions, these will ask you to consider your reason for applying, what you want out of the Emerging Talent programme and how you would address current societal issues. Take your time over these, your answers will be shared and may lead to additional questions throughout the application process.
Finally, you'll be asked to upload a CV, this should include an overview of your work history so far, don't forget to include any volunteering you've done. You will need to make sure this includes all of your academic achievements, from GCSE to your most recent qualifications.
Once we've been able to review your application and CV, successful candidates will be sent invites to complete a video interview. This gives you the opportunity to give us more information and offer insight into the person behind the CV.