WORK IN THE MIDDLE OF VIENNA: EXCHANGING ACROSS EUROPE
Team Member Internal Audit / Compliance / Risk Management (all genders)
Monitoring and adopting current developments and implementing statutory regulations, as well as drafting and implementing Group-wide guidelines for the internal control system (ICS), compliance and risk management
Supporting the implementation of ICS and compliance-related measures (drafting internal guidelines and regulations, providing training for employees of the non-profit housing associations, and acting as the contact for senior managers in connection with the ICS and compliance)
Regular evaluation of ICS and compliance-related activities and measures at the associations
Providing the non-profit housing associations with support on strategic risk management
Assessing and enhancing risk management activities and tools
Reporting on assessment and support measures
Contact for questions related to the ICS, compliance and risk management
Supporting the Internal Audit department’s general auditing activities
Minimum of three years’ relevant professional experience in internal auditing, compliance or risk management
Project and process management experience
Knowledge of the Austrian Wohnungsgemeinnützigkeitsgesetz (Non-profit Housing Act) an advantage
Confident when working with data and figures, analytical mindset
Precise and conscientious approach, and able to work independently
Excellent spoken and written German language skills
Flexible and dedicated
Willingness to travel throughout Austria
According to the regulations of the Equal Treatment Act, we state the minimum wage based on the Collective Agreement, which is in a range of € 3 358,10 gross per month. Of course, a higher salary is commensurate with the professional experience and qualification of the chosen candidate. The remuneration package is market-compliant.
In line with its social responsibilities, Wiener Städtische Versicherungsverein has been involved in non-profit housing for decades now. Wiener Städtische Versicherungsverein’s non-profit housing associations operate across Austria, and the ten associations have built and now manage a combined total of 140,000 apartments. The housing associations are committed to upholding the basic principles of non-profit housing, and to promoting the sustainable development of housing construction.
This position is a highly varied role with a high degree of autonomy in a stable and successful industry environment. The post enables the jobholder to gain in-depth insights into the processes and organisational set-up of Wiener Städtische Versicherungsverein’s non-profit housing associations. There are also opportunities to attend personal and professional training and development courses. The position involves business trips including stays of several days inside Austria. However, the working hours are generally flexible.
I am looking forward to your application and I am at your disposal for questions.