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Internal Audit Manager - Resources Department

Ribble Valley Borough Council
Clitheroe, Lancashire
PO 5-8 (scp 35-38) £38,890 to £41,881 per annum
Closing date
28 Jan 2022

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We are looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated person to lead our small internal audit team consisting of three members of staff in providing a comprehensive internal audit service across all areas of the council.

You will be an integral member of the team helping to plan and deliver a wide variety of internal audits, helping to challenge controls and ensuring transparency across the council’s services. You will therefore have a comprehensive knowledge and experience of audit techniques. You will also have responsibilities around the review of governance arrangements, risk management and insurances.

You must have excellent report writing, presentation and interpersonal skills and be able to apply them to your work across all levels of the organisation.

Join us to receive a host of benefits such as flexible working hours (flexitime scheme in operation with no core hours), generous leave entitlement, occupational pension scheme, job security, and training/development opportunities.

Further information can be found at  

Government guidance on working safely is being followed at the Council’s offices.

To apply

For an application pack, call 01200 414596 (24-hour answerphone), or email: and quote the reference number.

Alternatively, the application form can be downloaded from our website

Closing date for applications:  Friday, 28th January 2022

Interviews will be held on:   Friday, 11th February 2022


Ribble Valley is in the County of Lancashire. The administrative centre for the district is the historic market town of Clitheroe. The industrial and commercial centre for the west of the borough is the town of Longridge. The remaining area is mainly rural, ranging from large villages to small hamlets. Some settlements are accessible along the A59 corridor; others are more remote from services and public transport. Along with ancient woodland, biological heritage sites, conservation areas and sites of special scientific interest, two thirds of Ribble Valley is part of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

Ribble Valley has one of the lowest council tax levels in the country and the lowest in Lancashire and high levels of customer satisfaction with services. 

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