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What you become a part of:
We are seeking a highly motivated individual to join as Senior Manager, Internal Audit within our Corporate Audit Team. You will help the team achieve its mission, which is to deliver risk-targeted audit and advisory services that add value to the organisation. In this role, you will have the opportunity to learn about CCEP’s business and will be responsible for both leading audit assignments across all areas of the business and for overseeing planning and execution. You will also ensure the overall quality of the audit activity while assisting management in the effective use of internal controls. You will be required to build relationships with senior management and key personnel across the business. You will also be responsible for managing and developing a team of up to 4 direct reports.
What to expect:
In this role, you will lead individual audit engagements and also oversee the audit process so that each audit is executed in the most effective, efficient manner and in accordance with professional audit standards and quality assurance practices. You will be the first point of contact to provide guidance and audit results to middle and senior management, including leading audit opening and closing meetings for the engagements you have responsibility for. You will prepare final audit reports and will provide timely reporting of control issues along with cost-effective recommendations to management. You will contribute to the development of the annual audit plan based on Enterprise Risk and will also assist with the allocation of audit resources, to ensure execution and delivery.
You will also be responsible for managing and developing supervisory level employees, and challenging them as appropriate in preparation for advancement within the Department and/or Company; this will include providing feedback, talent and performance management, leadership, coaching, motivation and training. You will also contribute to the development and optimisation of our audit methodology and ways of working.
This role will offer you regular interaction with Senior Management, including VP’s and Directors, as you will be responsible for reporting audit findings and working with management to ensure that action plans are completed in a timely manner. Last but not least, to realise all of this, you will work with cross-functional management teams across the organisation to leverage efficiencies and streamline the evaluation and monitoring of internal controls, including ensuring that management action plans are completed in a timely manner.
What we expect of you:
To be successful in this role, you must have strong written and oral communication skills, excellent organisational and time management skills and demonstrate an intermediate to advanced level understanding of financial, business processes, and control concepts. You will ideally have previous audit or second line experience from practice (Big 4 is a plus) or gained from working in internal audit within a multinational company; consumer packaged goods industry experience preferred. On top of this, we expect you have gained experience in SAP, SOX controls and people management.
Your strengths are in coaching and developing supervisory level employees to deliver results while leading and engaging them. You have an appropriate level of delegation skills to promote individual development while managing accountabilities, establishing vision and initiating commitment through persuasion and influencing. You demonstrate strong leadership, teamwork, and verbal and written communication skills. Project and process management skills are required to successfully manage audits and to ensure direct reports are appropriately managing projects.
On top of this, you have strong presentation skills to communicate audit results to business partners and deliver training updates to team members. You have attention to detail in the review of audit documentation and reports, and apply analytical thinking for the evaluation of business processes and recommendation of solutions to address the identified issues.
You will hold a Bachelor’s degree or higher in Accounting, Finance, Risk Management, or a related field, and/or one of the following professional qualifications: ACA, ACCA, CIA, CISA, CPA, CPMA, ACMA, or equivalent.
You have strong organisational and time management skills. As you will be traveling up to 30% including international travel, you have demonstrable experience functioning well in different cultures and societies and solid communication skills, including fluency in English – as we operate in different European countries, knowledge of French, German, Spanish, Bulgarian or Dutch is an asset.
Finally, you are customer focused to ensure that the audit processes and audit findings add value for the business partner audited.
The role is Pan-European but we have a preference for candidates to be based in either Madrid, Spain or Uxbridge, UK where the Audit hubs are.
Please apply with a copy of your CV in English.
Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) is a major fast-moving consumer goods business and the world’s largest independent Coca-Cola bottler. With a dedicated team of 33,200 people, serving customers in 29 countries, we make, sell and distribute the world’s most loved drinks brands to more than 600 million people, including Coca-Cola®, Fanta®, Powerade®, Glaceau Vitaminwater®, Monster® and Capri-Sun®. And we want a workforce as diverse as our products – with a culture that fosters belonging and inclusivity. One that enables everyone to be themselves, whatever their background or experience. From gender, age and ethnicity to sexual orientation and different abilities, we welcome people from all walks of life and empower unique perspectives. We recognize we’ve got some way to go, but we’ll get there with the support of our people. It’s them who drive our future growth.