Performing operational, financial and compliance audits through examination of financial and administrative records, processes, procedures and controls.
Gathering information on key operational and financial risks. Evaluating and improving the effectiveness of existing controls designed to manage identified risks.
Ensuring the use of standard audit techniques to obtain, analyse and appraise data, transactions and records as a basis for enhancing the effectiveness of risk management.
Implementing approved recommendations and conduct evaluations to assess actions taken
Keeping management and partners informed by communicating observations, making presentations and periodic reporting of audit issues and progress towards improvement.
Making recommendations aimed at achieving value for money and operational efficiency
Conducting investigations and special audit assignments at the Country Director’s request
Degree in Accountancy, or a related discipline, and an Accounting or Audit professional qualification Relevant Post-graduate qualification At least three years’ experience in a similar role Experience with an International NGO Ability to perform professional internal audit work with minimum supervision/instructions Proficiency in computer audits Proficiency in applying audit principles, skills and techniques in audit testing Experience with accountancy software Ability to maintain professional independence without compromising teamwork skills Experience in training others Understanding of the financial, operational and compliance risks affecting NGOs