Curriculum Creator – Risk and Technology
ICAS is a world-class Professional Body that educates, examines and leads, to promote, inspire and enable professional excellence in Chartered Accountants (CAs).
The accountancy profession is going through a period of significant change as technological advances (such as automation and artificial intelligence) continue to offer opportunities for new ways of working. At the same time, the role of audit, which is fundamental to the work of many of ICAS’ members is under intense scrutiny. ICAS, as an organisation along with many other interested participants, are engaged in consultations ensuring that the audit itself is fit for the future.
This has brought about the need for a Curriculum Creator – Risk and Technology to join the Learning division of ICAS. Reporting to the Director of Programme Delivery, the successful professional will be the subject matter expert and have sole responsibility for leading and developing the subject of Risk & Technology in the CA syllabus, creating a curriculum that ensures ICAS, and its members, stay ahead of the curve and provide meaning to technology developments and big data.
The aim of this role is to ensure the Risk & Technology course is recognised by employers as relevant and of practical value. This tangible success will help ICAS stay ahead of the curve and educate aspirant business leaders on the constant evolution of technology. The course will provide students with an understanding of emerging technologies and how becoming commercially savvy and familiar in data and risk management will truly impact business performance and decision making.
Prospective candidates should have the below abilities / traits:
- A strong interest in technological matters arising in the business world and an ability to translate these into relevant learning materials.
- An understanding of risk identification and risk management – be accustomed to working with risk registers including business risks (such as loss of a major customer) and technology risk (business continuity planning).
- Knowledge of IT strategy planning and implementation
- Proven track record in delivering projects to time and in line with customer expectations
- Ability to convey complex matters simply and clearly and in a manner engaging to the reader
- Source IP where appropriate source from known leaders in the field
- Commercially aware
All interested parties should send a cover letter and CV to Sophie Randles by clicking "Apply".
All third party applications will be forwarded to Livingston James.