Internal Auditor-Wealth and Personal Banking
At HSBC, the health and well-being of our employees remains of utmost importance. Many of our roles are permitted to work from home where circumstances require and in general we operate a hybrid working model.
As an HSBC Auditor, you’ll assist in making sure our teams complete procedural changes and regulatory compliance upgrades that save HSBC time and money. Every 3 months, you’ll participate on a new audit project and learn a wealth of knowledge associated with auditing a system you may know very little about. That’s why you’ll spend every day dialing into details while working with your team and auditees to understand the liabilities at hand. You’ll build trust in these interactions by challenging the status quo, streamlining recommendations, and developing relationships - it’s not just Excel sheets and models. To thrive in this role, you don’t need to have any previous experience or knowledge in financial services but a business degree would offer the baseline knowledge you’ll need. We’ll teach you everything you need to know, which makes this a perfect starting point to launch your career.
Our purpose – Opening up a world of opportunity – explains why we exist. We’re here to use our unique expertise, capabilities, breadth and perspectives to open up new kinds of opportunity for our more than 40 million customers. We’re bringing together the people, ideas and capital that nurture progress and growth, helping to create a better world – for our customers, our people, our investors, our communities and the planet we all share.
We value difference. We succeed together. We take responsibility. We get it done. And we want you to help us build the bank for the future.
Here’s what you can expect in a typical day as an Auditor:
- Responding to emails, validating issues, and creating supporting documentation,
- Consultative conversations to uncover details and provide advice that informs decision-making,
- Speaking with employees and partners around the globe to learn new processes and provide recommendations for improving them,
- Teamwork - We work together toward an important goal: create business efficiencies and prevent regulatory issues.
For this role, HSBC targets a fixed pay range between $68,800 and $87,021.
The final fixed pay offer will depend on the candidate and a number of variables, including but not limited to, role responsibilities, skill set, depth of experience and education, licensing/certification requirements, internal relativity, and specific work location.
At HSBC, our overall goal is to provide a competitive Total Reward Package, with an appropriate mix of fixed pay, and variable pay, as part of an employee’s overall total compensation and benefits. Variable pay generally takes the form of discretionary, annual awards (sometimes referred to as a “bonus”). Additionally, HSBC offers a wide range of competitive and flexible benefits designed to help you improve your health and well-being, finances, and lifestyle.