Zurich Insurance Company LTD

ICFR (CECS) Team Manager

Zurich Insurance Company LTDO firmie

  • Promienistych 1, 31-481 Kraków, Polska

    Kraków, małopolskie
  • Ważna jeszcze miesiąc
    15 Luty 2020
  • Pełny etat
  • Kierownik

Zurich is one of the world’s leading insurance groups, and one of the few to operate on a global basis. Our mission is to help our customers understand and protect themselves from risk.  

 

In March 2016 we established a Share Service Centre in Kraków, in Poland to support our global strategy. It is from this location that we have created a global shared service platform, focusing on advanced business functions such as financial accounting and reporting, planning and performance management, ICFR testing, financial systems management as well as HR integrated talent management operations.

 

We are committed to creating value for all our stakeholders on some of their deepest challenges, including climate change, a changing world of work and a digital society. Sustainability is a strategic priority for Zurich and it is our ambition to be known as one of the most responsible and impactful businesses in the world. In 2019, Zurich outperformed 99 percent of our industry peers in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index. And we received numerous awards across the world acknowledging our commitment to diversity, community resilience and responsible investment. Reinforcing our ambition, in June 2019 Zurich first insurer to commit to the UN Global Compact’s Business Ambition for 1.5C. We believe sustainability is about meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs – ultimately ensuring we do business in a way today that ensures our long term growth.

ICFR (CECS) Team Manager
Place of work: Kraków

About the role:

To provide leadership of the team that provides independent and objective assessment of the design and operating effectiveness of ICFR (Internal Control over Financial Reporting - SOX) or CECS (Control over Economic Capital and Solvency - Solvency II) processes and controls. The team provides this service directly to the CFO’s in over 40 reporting units across the globe: EMEA, US, APAC, South America. The incumbent in the position will actively participate in the assessment and development of internal controls throughout the company by ensuring compliance with the Zurich Risk Policies.                                        

 

Responsibilities:

  • Analyse the financial reporting risks for the processes for the assigned reporting unit (RU) to direct the testing (selecting which processes and controls to test under a risk-based rotational testing approach, providing direction on application of testing methodology).
  • Key point of contact for the RUs for all ICFR and CECS testing matters and with the external auditor for the controls where they place reliance.
  • Assessment of sensitive controls with highly confidential evidence (e.g. indirect entity level controls such as Board and Management Committees), and any other agreed testing for the RUs, including ITGC
  • Review control assessment and testing results performed by Specialists and Senior Specialists.
  • Review of and detailed involvement in discussion and agreement of significant risk and control issues raised by the Team, including review of results and ensuring that the issues are correctly reflected at Group level
  • For the significant issues raised by Team, challenge the sufficiency of the action plan developed by the RU to mitigate the risk at Group level.
  • Manage any issue escalation for your RUs.
  • Build technical expertise of Group financial reporting processes.
  • Provide required inputs for updating and maintaining the Zurich ICFR and CECS Methodology.
  • Manage the team members (Specialists and Senior Specialists) and provide support, guidance and coaching.
  • Provide input into performance management discussions of team members.

Candidate’s profile:

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Accounting/Finance/Economics/Mathematics or Actuarial Sciences
  • 5+ years of postgraduate experience in internal controls or in audit, preferable experience with actuarial processes, capital or risk modelling processes, including regulatory reporting
  • People management experiences will be an advantage
  • Experience with designing and executing processes under a formal control framework (e.g. Solvency II, SOX or similar) will be an advantage
  • Experience as external auditor for reviewing and auditing these processes, including issuing formal opinions
  • Experience with working in a global insurance group with multiple stakeholders in different locations and functions
  • Professional qualifications in Accountancy, Finance or Audit - such as FRM, CPA, CFA, CIA, ACCA or CISA will be an advantage
  • English C1
  • Second language (German, Spanish or Portuguese) will be an advantage

We offer:

  • Real life opportunities to develop and grow with us and contribute to the world around us
  • Competitive salaries, language allowance and an employee benefits package that includes among others medical insurance, life insurance and sport-card
  • Annual bonus depending on company annual results and individual performance
  • Wide range of learning programs and personal development opportunities including also possibility to apply for up to 80% of educational trainings reimbursement
  • Referral awards
  • Onsite fitness trainings
  • Fresh fruits at the office
  • Possibility to work from home
  • Nice and friendly atmosphere
 

If you're interested in working in a dynamic, challenging environment, for a company that recognizes and rewards your creativity, initiative and contributions. Excellent! You're in the right place to explore a career with Zurich.  We welcome you to come join us if you want to be part of this great organization and contribute to Zurich as a leader in our industry!


To find out more about the Zurich organization visit www.zurich.com

If you want to keep your CV in our database, please add the following consent in the CV: "I agree to the processing of personal data contained in my job application for future recruitment by Zurich Insurance Company Ltd (Stock-Offering Company)."

If you want your personal data to be processed in our company (e.g. your image, motivational letter), please put the following consent in the CV: “I agree to the processing of additional personal data contained in my job application for recruitment purposes by Zurich Insurance Company Ltd (Stock-Offering Company) in Poland”. The lack of this consent does not affect the possibility of participating in recruitment.

The administrator of personal data is Zurich Insurance Company Ltd (Stock-Offering Company) in Poland with headquarters in Krakow, al. Gen. T. Bora Komorowskiego 25.

Your personal data will be processed on the basis of legal provisions to carry out the recruitment process, as well as for purposes related to employment; if the employment will be established i.e. for the purposes necessary to take action before concluding a possible employment contract and possible implementation of this contract (legal base in Article 6(1)(b) RODO) and also in order to fulfil obligations resulting from legal regulations e.g. regulating the process of employing  (legal base in Article 6 (1)(c) RODO). 

Your personal data will be processed based on your consent in the case of other personal data than those which the Company may require for the recruitment based on the law or (and) when the Company processes your personal data in connection with other recruitment procedures than in which you submitted your first application (legal base in Article 6 (1)(a) RODO).

In the above and in other cases, when we ask you for permission to process your personal data and you voluntarily agree to the processing of them, your personal data will be processed only for the purposes indicated in the consent.

We may process your personal data included in the recruitment application also for the purpose of establishing, investigating or defending against claims - if the claims relate to our recruitment (legal base in Article 6 (1)(f) RODO). Because of this, we will process your personal data based on our legally interest, consisting in establishing, investigating or defending against claims in proceedings before courts or state authorities. Providing personal data is voluntary but also necessary for the recruitment and related activities.

Your personal data processed for the above purposes will not be subject to decisions made solely on the basis of automated processing, including profiling.

If you want to take advantage of your rights or withhold the above consent, you can contact us at the address: [email protected] or our Data Protection Officer at [email protected]

Zurich is one of the world’s leading insurance groups, and one of the few to operate on a global basis. Our mission is to help our customers understand and protect themselves from risk.  

 

In March 2016 we established a Share Service Centre in Kraków, in Poland to support our global strategy. It is from this location that we have created a global shared service platform, focusing on advanced business functions such as financial accounting and reporting, planning and performance management, ICFR testing, financial systems management as well as HR integrated talent management operations.

 

We are committed to creating value for all our stakeholders on some of their deepest challenges, including climate change, a changing world of work and a digital society. Sustainability is a strategic priority for Zurich and it is our ambition to be known as one of the most responsible and impactful businesses in the world. In 2019, Zurich outperformed 99 percent of our industry peers in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index. And we received numerous awards across the world acknowledging our commitment to diversity, community resilience and responsible investment. Reinforcing our ambition, in June 2019 Zurich first insurer to commit to the UN Global Compact’s Business Ambition for 1.5C. We believe sustainability is about meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs – ultimately ensuring we do business in a way today that ensures our long term growth.

ICFR (CECS) Team Manager

About the role:

To provide leadership of the team that provides independent and objective assessment of the design and operating effectiveness of ICFR (Internal Control over Financial Reporting - SOX) or CECS (Control over Economic Capital and Solvency - Solvency II) processes and controls. The team provides this service directly to the CFO’s in over 40 reporting units across the globe: EMEA, US, APAC, South America. The incumbent in the position will actively participate in the assessment and development of internal controls throughout the company by ensuring compliance with the Zurich Risk Policies.                                        

 

Responsibilities:

  • Analyse the financial reporting risks for the processes for the assigned reporting unit (RU) to direct the testing (selecting which processes and controls to test under a risk-based rotational testing approach, providing direction on application of testing methodology).
  • Key point of contact for the RUs for all ICFR and CECS testing matters and with the external auditor for the controls where they place reliance.
  • Assessment of sensitive controls with highly confidential evidence (e.g. indirect entity level controls such as Board and Management Committees), and any other agreed testing for the RUs, including ITGC
  • Review control assessment and testing results performed by Specialists and Senior Specialists.
  • Review of and detailed involvement in discussion and agreement of significant risk and control issues raised by the Team, including review of results and ensuring that the issues are correctly reflected at Group level
  • For the significant issues raised by Team, challenge the sufficiency of the action plan developed by the RU to mitigate the risk at Group level.
  • Manage any issue escalation for your RUs.
  • Build technical expertise of Group financial reporting processes.
  • Provide required inputs for updating and maintaining the Zurich ICFR and CECS Methodology.
  • Manage the team members (Specialists and Senior Specialists) and provide support, guidance and coaching.
  • Provide input into performance management discussions of team members.

Candidate’s profile:

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Accounting/Finance/Economics/Mathematics or Actuarial Sciences
  • 5+ years of postgraduate experience in internal controls or in audit, preferable experience with actuarial processes, capital or risk modelling processes, including regulatory reporting
  • People management experiences will be an advantage
  • Experience with designing and executing processes under a formal control framework (e.g. Solvency II, SOX or similar) will be an advantage
  • Experience as external auditor for reviewing and auditing these processes, including issuing formal opinions
  • Experience with working in a global insurance group with multiple stakeholders in different locations and functions
  • Professional qualifications in Accountancy, Finance or Audit - such as FRM, CPA, CFA, CIA, ACCA or CISA will be an advantage
  • English C1
  • Second language (German, Spanish or Portuguese) will be an advantage

We offer:

  • Real life opportunities to develop and grow with us and contribute to the world around us
  • Competitive salaries, language allowance and an employee benefits package that includes among others medical insurance, life insurance and sport-card
  • Annual bonus depending on company annual results and individual performance
  • Wide range of learning programs and personal development opportunities including also possibility to apply for up to 80% of educational trainings reimbursement
  • Referral awards
  • Onsite fitness trainings
  • Fresh fruits at the office
  • Possibility to work from home
  • Nice and friendly atmosphere
 

If you're interested in working in a dynamic, challenging environment, for a company that recognizes and rewards your creativity, initiative and contributions. Excellent! You're in the right place to explore a career with Zurich.  We welcome you to come join us if you want to be part of this great organization and contribute to Zurich as a leader in our industry!


To find out more about the Zurich organization visit www.zurich.com

If you want to keep your CV in our database, please add the following consent in the CV: "I agree to the processing of personal data contained in my job application for future recruitment by Zurich Insurance Company Ltd (Stock-Offering Company)."

If you want your personal data to be processed in our company (e.g. your image, motivational letter), please put the following consent in the CV: “I agree to the processing of additional personal data contained in my job application for recruitment purposes by Zurich Insurance Company Ltd (Stock-Offering Company) in Poland”. The lack of this consent does not affect the possibility of participating in recruitment.

The administrator of personal data is Zurich Insurance Company Ltd (Stock-Offering Company) in Poland with headquarters in Krakow, al. Gen. T. Bora Komorowskiego 25.

Your personal data will be processed on the basis of legal provisions to carry out the recruitment process, as well as for purposes related to employment; if the employment will be established i.e. for the purposes necessary to take action before concluding a possible employment contract and possible implementation of this contract (legal base in Article 6(1)(b) RODO) and also in order to fulfil obligations resulting from legal regulations e.g. regulating the process of employing  (legal base in Article 6 (1)(c) RODO). 

Your personal data will be processed based on your consent in the case of other personal data than those which the Company may require for the recruitment based on the law or (and) when the Company processes your personal data in connection with other recruitment procedures than in which you submitted your first application (legal base in Article 6 (1)(a) RODO).

In the above and in other cases, when we ask you for permission to process your personal data and you voluntarily agree to the processing of them, your personal data will be processed only for the purposes indicated in the consent.

We may process your personal data included in the recruitment application also for the purpose of establishing, investigating or defending against claims - if the claims relate to our recruitment (legal base in Article 6 (1)(f) RODO). Because of this, we will process your personal data based on our legally interest, consisting in establishing, investigating or defending against claims in proceedings before courts or state authorities. Providing personal data is voluntary but also necessary for the recruitment and related activities.

Your personal data processed for the above purposes will not be subject to decisions made solely on the basis of automated processing, including profiling.

If you want to take advantage of your rights or withhold the above consent, you can contact us at the address: [email protected] or our Data Protection Officer at [email protected]

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