HSBC Careers Near Me – Internal Auditor

Website HSBC

Job Description:

As an HSBC Auditor, you’ll assist in making sure our teams complete procedural changes and regulatory compliance upgrades that save HSBC time and money. Every 3 months, you’ll participate on a new audit project and learn a wealth of knowledge associated with auditing a system you may know very little about. That’s why you’ll spend every day dialing into details while working with your team and auditees to understand the liabilities at hand. You’ll build trust in these interactions by challenging the status quo, streamlining recommendations, and developing relationships – it’s not just Excel sheets and models. To thrive in this role, you don’t need to have any previous experience or knowledge in financial services but a business degree would offer the baseline knowledge you’ll need. We’ll teach you everything you need to know, which makes this a perfect starting point to launch your career.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Responding to emails, validating issues, and creating supporting documentation,
  • Consultative conversations to uncover details and provide advice that informs decision-making,
  • Speaking with employees and partners around the globe to learn new processes and provide recommendations for improving them,
  • Teamwork – We work together toward an important goal: create business efficiencies and prevent regulatory issues.

Job Requirements:

  • Experience working to build effective customer relationships
  • Self-awareness with the confidence to work independently and take responsibility for your own development
  • A second language (advantageous, but not required to be successful)
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively
  • BA/BS, all majors are considered, concentration in Business Administration or Finance a plus
  • Superior quantitative, analytical, communication and leadership skills

Job Details:

Company: HSBC

Vacancy Type:  Full Time

Job Location: Arlington County, VA, US

Application Deadline: N/A

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