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The Auditor General is the statutory external auditor of most of the Welsh public sector.
Our key strength is our wide range of skills and knowledge that has arisen from our position as the the statutory external auditor
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Our accounts are audited by an independent firm appointed by the Welsh Parliament.
Our Executive Leadership Team is responsible for directing the organisation
The Auditor General is responsible for auditing most of the public money spent in Wales.
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Audit Services has a reach of over 800 public bodies across Wales covering financial and performance audit
Our programme of shared learning events focusses on topics that are common across public services
Having a strategic, dynamic and high quality audit programme is a key focus of our strategy
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Audit Wales are delighted to announce that applications for our Business Administration Apprenticeship Scheme are now open.
Are you looking to gain administration skills while training for a qualification in Business Administration? Are you interested in working for the public sector? Then our Business Administration Apprenticeship scheme might be the right role for you!
We’re looking for candidates who are enthusiastic, who can build relationships and collaborate with others, and are committed to learning while they work. Candidates will also be keen on joining a friendly, inclusive environment where personal and professional development is supported and encouraged.
There’s no age cap on Welsh apprenticeships and we welcome applications from school leavers, those looking for a career change or are returning to work after a period of time away from the workplace.
We’re currently recruiting for two apprentices, one to be part of our Human Resources (HR) team and another to sit within the Audit Services Business Unit.
An apprentice within the HR department will be part of an essential team who support the people who work at Audit Wales. There will be many opportunities to get involved with recruitment campaigns, learning and development, payroll, wellbeing, HR communications and the HR system iTrent.
An apprentice within the Audit Services Business Unit will help with the administration of the graduate and apprentice programmes, assist with the operation of the procurement, staff plan and timesheets systems alongside providing wider administrative support to the team.
One of the Business Administration Apprentice roles has Welsh skills as essential.
The application deadline has been extended until 6 June.
As a place to work - we are a little different.
We genuinely care about our people, offering a welcoming culture and an environment that encourages a positive work-life balance.
Plus, you will work within an organisation where our work is helping make a difference to our public services and communities in Wales.
To find out more about what it’s like to be an apprentice at Audit Wales, take a listen to our podcast episode, or alternatively, read a blog from Rachel Brown on her experience.
You can also find out more about our apprenticeship schemes on our apprenticeships webpage.