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Kingston, Jamaica

About the Role

Under the supervision of the Chief Internal Auditor, the Audit Supervisor is responsible to plan, co-ordinate and direct the work of the Audit Teams, conducts Value for Money (VFM) and Risk Based audits of sensitive or complex nature of the Agency. The Audit Supervisor also provides reports of the adequacy, efficiency and effectiveness of the internal controls implemented by Management and recommends solutions or corrective measures where applicable.


Key Outputs

  • Audit policies, procedures and standards appraised.

  • Operational, compliance and financial and performance audits conducted.

  • Risk assessment analysis conducted.

  • Audit systems documented.

  • Audit procedures and programmes developed.

  • Working papers reviewed.

  • Audit reports produced and monthly reports reviewed.

  • Staff Performance Appraisal conducted.

  • Audits and time budgets reviewed.


Technical Skills & Competencies

  • Thorough knowledge of auditing, accounting principles combined with analytical skills and sampling techniques to determine the level of risks involved.

  • Ability to conduct risk assessment of the areas being audited to inform the frequency and prioritization of audits.

  • Knowledge of Value for Money (VFM) auditing and experience in conducting audits in areas of economy, efficiency and effectiveness.

  • Ability to identify the underlying causes and impact of weaknesses observed.

  • Ability to identify significant issues to be audited ensuring accountability, programme effectiveness, economic acquisition of goods and services in relation to VFM.

  • Good working knowledge and experience of Government of Jamaica’s operations and of public sector issues.

  • Expert knowledge of the principles, procedures and practices of accounting.

  • Working knowledge of the laws, rules, regulations and other instructions governing both the financial and operational aspects of the Agency.

  • Ability to conduct audit programmes and schedules.

Minimum Education & Experience

  • A First Degree preferably in Accounts, Finance, Business Administration, Management or Economic or:

  • ACCA Fundamentals or equivalent and over four (4) years auditing experience and relevant experience in the specialized area;

  • Successful completion of the relevant government auditing courses and Professional Audit Training would be an asset.

Special Conditions

  • Assignments conducted at external locations.

The successful candidates will be subject to mandatory vetting.

Applications accompanied by resumes should be submitted no later than Friday the 28th April 2023 to:

Human Resources & Office Services
Major Organised Crime & Anti-Corruption Agency
7th Floor, 2 Oxford Road, NCB (South) Tower
Kingston 5
Email: OR

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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