Create and review Internal Audit periodic operational reports to submit to Audit Committees, Board of Directors, other sub-Committees, Asia region and US Corporate Internal Audit team, and regulators.
Monitor audit and audit issue run reports from the audit system, and perform data analysis of internal audit activities to create operational metrics.
Update status of audit progress and open issues to report to various meetings and Chief Auditor.
Lead and coordinate several inter-department activities including ones required by US Corp Internal Audit.
Plan, coordinate, and execute improvement of audit quality, efficiency, and productivity.
Work as liaison between US Corp Internal Audit and Japan Internal Audit.
Update and maintain Internal Audit manual, policy, standards, guidelines, and rules.
Looking for individuals having 3-5 years broad experiences including documentation, data analysis, and project management:
Solid experiences in documenting business reports and committee materials to be presented to senior management or regulators in Japanese/English.
Experiences in leading or supporting projects in Japanese/English.
Experiences in executive reporting in English at global companies is preferable
Experiences in data analysis, risk assessment, or risk management.
Prefer to have experiences in handling own assignments and tasks under minimum oversight
Quick learning and critical thinking skill
Proactively engage and handle own assignments and tasks
Excellent communication skills (verbal, written, listening in English/Japanese)
Strong business documentation and presentation skills (English/Japanese)
Comfortable using an application system and simple data analytical skills
Strong proficiency with Excel, Word, PowerPoint
Time management and self-check skill
Strong professionalism to create good quality, business-level operational reports in terms of accuracy, completeness, and appearance of formats.
Internal control or other risk-related certification is preferred.
CIA is preferred.
Japanese: Native, English: Business level fluency, TOEIC 800 or more.
A self-starter, self-learner, team player, good communicator, goal oriented, and detail oriented.
Flextime Policy: MetLife Japan adopts Flextime Policy with core hours of 11:00 to 14:00
Dress Code: Dress for the Day; Our “Dress for the Day” policy gives employees the flexibility to adapt clothing to their schedule. Use discretion – dress formally or informally according to the needs of the day.
Certification Support Program: Internal Audit supports annual membership fee for CPA, CIA, CISA, etc.
Founded in 1868, MetLife has operations in more than 40 countries and holds leading market positions in the United States, Japan, Latin America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. We are ranked #43 on the Fortune 500 list for 2018. With over 150 years of experience, the MetLife companies offer life, accident and health insurance, retirement and savings products through agents, third-party distributors such as banks and brokers, and direct marketing channels. Our name is recognized and trusted by approximately 100 million ustomers worldwide and we serve more than 90 of the top 100 FORTUNE 500® companies in the United States. MetLife Insurance K.K. (“MetLife Japan”) is a Japan entity with over 40 years of experience, which is 100% owned by MetLife, Inc. based in New York.