ICAS is the global professional body for Chartered Accountants. We educate, examine and lead, enabling excellence whilst always working for the wider public good.
All 23,000 ICAS members have earned our world-class CA designation of Chartered Accountant, the qualification that’s shaped an international business community spanning industries and continents, full of local heroes, corporate leaders, innovators and sources of inspiration for the next generation.
And that dynamic spirit feeds through the entire ICAS organisation. We don’t believe in sticking to “that’s the way it’s always been done”, and instead foster a collegiate atmosphere, where every voice is heard, and every contribution valued – you bring the talent and drive, we’ll give you the opportunity to thrive.
The current vacancies at ICAS are listed below:
Regulatory Authorisations Manager
We are excited to recruit for a Regulatory Authorisations Manager to join our Standards team. This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated and professional individual, who thrives in a dynamic team environment. The successful candidate will have responsibility for the approval process relating to regulatory authorisations granted by ICAS, in accordance with applicable legislation, rules, regulations and guidance, and the presentation of relevant applications to the ICAS Authorisation Committee for its consideration and approval
- Ensuring all regulatory authorisation processes are in line with best practice, working with other ICAS staff and teams to deliver continuous improvement and reform
- Presenting relevant applications to the Authorisation Committee for consideration
- Providing governance support to the Authorisation Committee
- Keeping up to date on all internal and external developments relevant to regulatory authorisations, reflecting on their impact for ICAS and reporting to the Director, or Executive Director as required
- Collation of data, statistical and management information relating to regulatory authorisations, and reporting to the Authorisation Committee, or to the Regulation board and internal/external stakeholders as required by the Director or Executive Director.
- Advising the Director or Executive Director on policy matters relevant to regulatory authorisations.
- Engaging with external stakeholders on regulatory matters, as agreed with the Director, or Executive Director.
- Effective and timely completion of regulatory policy projects.
- Dealing effectively with regulators (monitored via annual inspections).
To apply for this role please forward your CV to email@example.com together with a covering letter outlining why you believe your skills and experience make you the ideal candidate for the role.