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Date:  Nov 14, 2022
Company:  Wizz Air Hungary Légiközlekedési Korlátolt Felelős
Location: 

Budapest, HU, H-1103

WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY!

We are committed to making sure that everyone, everywhere can benefit from travelling at the lowest prices, while keeping the social, economic and environmental impact of our operations in mind. Our strategy is built on low fares and a diverse network, supported by efficient and sustainable operations and high-quality customer service

  • WIZZ is a fresh, vibrant & contemporary brand, we are confident & not shy
  • We always strive to break out of category & think outside the box
  • Our 5 brand values lead the way:
    • Inclusivity – We collaborate together to achieve our goals
    • Positivity – We are an optimistic, happy, inspired and inspiring team
    • Dedication – We have an entrepreneurial ‘can do’ attitude: we take individual & collective ownership and are accountable for everything we do
    • Integrity – We hold ourselves to the highest possible standards of business ethics in everything we do
    • Sustainability – We strive to be the greenest choice of air travel and work hard on continuously decreasing our environmental footprint

 

 

 

Purpose of the role
 

The Senior Manager of Internal Audit has a special role in Wizz Air Group.

The main purpose of an Internal Audit is to provide independent, objective assurance and consulting services designed to add value and improve operations of all entities within the Group. The function is equally important to lead the Enterprise Risk Management process for the Company including Climate-related risks. The internal audit activity helps the whole Wizz Air Group accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluating and improving the effectiveness of governance, risk management, and control processes.

The Internal Audit Senior Manager reports both to the Chief Financial Officer (administratively, within the Company) and to the Chairman of the Audit and Risk Committee (functionally). This duality in reporting lines is described in the Wizz Air Internal Audit Charter in detail, refer to that document.

 

 

What we offer

  • Base salary and employee bonus scheme  
  • Unlimited number of significantly discounted and confirmed seating tickets, giving access to a continuously growing network of destinations 
  • Relocation package (if applicable) – expense budget, Temporary accommodation, Administration support  
  • Life insurance 
  • AYCM sport pass contracting possibility 
  • Instant impact, from any level of the organization, exposure to C-suite management 
  • Fast career progression, internal mobility and talent management supported by training opportunities (Wizz Academy and bespoke trainings) 
  • True international and multi-cultural work environment, passionate, driven and diverse teams 

 

Key responsibilities

  • Submit a risk-based internal audit plan for review and approval, at least annually, to senior management and the Audit and Risk Committee.
  • Execute against the audit plan.  Manage priorities, resources, and changes and communicate them accordingly.
  • Communicate to senior management and the Audit and Risk Committee any significant findings and conclusion resulting from the execution of the internal audit plan.
  • Follow up on engagement findings and corrective actions, and report periodically to senior management and the Audit and Risk Committee on any corrective actions not effectively implemented.
  • Operate the ERM framework of the company. Submit, at least twice annually the ERM Board report of the company, review and update the risk universe, the residual risk evaluation and the risk mitigation action plans. Organize Risk Council meetings at least 3 times annually to work through the ERM for the Company.
  • Operate and enhance the Anti-Fraud Framework, submit, at least annually, to senior management and the Audit Committee a risk-based annual fraud risk assessment plan for review and approval.
  • Ensure each engagement of the annual fraud risk assessment plan is executed, including the establishment of objectives and scope, the assignment of appropriate and adequately supervised resources, the documentation of work programs and testing results, conducting investigations if necessary, and the communication of engagement results with applicable conclusions and recommendations to appropriate parties.
  • Follow up on anti-fraud findings and corrective actions, and report periodically to senior management and the Audit Committee any corrective actions not effectively implemented.
  • Operate and enhance the ICFR framework of the company. Ensure each engagement of the ICFR audit plan is executed, including the establishment of objectives and scope, the assignment of appropriate and adequately supervised resources, the documentation of work programs and testing results, conducting investigations if necessary, and the communication of engagement results with applicable conclusions and recommendations to appropriate parties.
  • Plan the resource need of all 4 above-mentioned frameworks. Lead and control the provided resources in order to ensure the completion of all the tasks of these frameworks.
  • Ensure conformance of the internal audit activity with the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing
  • It is very important that the Internal Audit is to govern itself by adherence to the mandatory elements of The Institute of Internal Auditors' International Professional Practices Framework, including the Core Principles for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing, the Code of Ethics, the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing, and the Definition of Internal Auditing. The Internal Audit senior manager reports periodically to senior management and the Audit and Risk Committee regarding the internal audit activity’s conformance to the Code of Ethics and the Standards.
  • Furthermore, the Internal Audit Senior Manager reports periodically to senior management and the Audit and Risk Committee regarding:
  • The Group’s internal audit activity’s purpose, authority, and responsibility.
  • The internal audit activity’s plan and performance are relative to its plan.
  • The internal audit activity’s conformance with The IIA’s Code of Ethics and Standards, and action plans to address any significant conformance issues.
  • Significant risk exposures and control issues, including fraud risks, governance issues, and other matters requiring the attention of, or requested by, the Audit Committee.
  • Results of audit engagements or other activities.
  • Resource requirements.
  • Any response to risk by management that may be unacceptable to Wizz Air.

 

 

Requirements

  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Commerce, Finance or related discipline
  • Prior audit experience in a multinational company
  • Experience with enterprise risk management
  • Prior experience in auditing controls related to international service organizations’ financial, commercial and operational area
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Must have personal integrity, initiative and leadership qualities
  • “Can do” attitude with an internal drive for change and continuous improvement
  • Fluency in English
  • Full-time residency in Budapest, Hungary

 

Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications we receive we are unable to provide feedback to you at this stage, should your application not meet the requirements. Thank you for your understanding. 

 

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