CII Seeking Audit & Risk Committee Non-Lay Member

The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) is seeking a new committee member for its Audit and Risk Committee.

The Audit and Risk Committee is responsible for reviewing the integrity of the financial statements, the audit process and ensuring that the CII Group has sound and effective systems of internal control and risk management.

The Committee’s role is to provide oversight, challenge and assurance to the Board that the CII’s key risks are being appropriately identified, assessed, managed and mitigated and that the CII adopts a sound and reasonable approach to financial management and reporting.

The Committee supports and advises the Executive Team, and is required to provide assurance, make recommendations and to escalate issues of concern to the CII Board.

The ideal candidate will have significant risk management experience, ideally including cyber risk. The candidate will be a non-lay member and will need experience in and be able to provide advice on:

•Risk identification, assessment, management, monitoring and reporting
•Risk management standards and best practice
•Business continuity and crisis management
•Risk appetite and risk limit setting
•Cyber risk best practices
•General insurance or financial planning profession experience
•Financial statements

How to find out more and apply:

If you are interested in this position you can find a full role profile and application pack available to download here; these contain more detailed information about the role itself, Governance at the CII and the application process.

If, having reviewed these details, you wish to apply, please e-mail your CV and a cover letter outlining how your skills and experience meet the requirements of the role to:

You’ll also need to complete our equality monitoring survey here.

This survey is anonymous, used for monitoring purposes only and will have no impact on your application for this role.

Closing date: Tuesday 07 May 2019

We value very highly the benefits of having different points of view and experiences. Accordingly, we hope to receive applications from a wide range of talented people irrespective of their religion or belief, gender, age, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, political belief, relationship status or caring responsibilities.

We are committed to promoting equality and diversity and to building a workforce and governance structure reflective of the communities we serve.