About the Role
Under the direction of the Director General, the incumbent manages the Agency’s Internal Audit functions by establishing and implementing internal audit programmes which examine and evaluate the adequacy of accounting systems, processes, procedures and management controls, and ensures that these are institutionalized to ensure full compliance with Government regulations, other applicable administrative and financial guidelines.
Annual budgets prepared.
Risk Assessment conducted, report generated and Risk Register established.
Agency’s Annual Internal Audit Plan developed.
Audit Assignments conducted.
Audit policies established, reviewed and updates initiated and completed.
Internal audit control systems developed and reviewed.
Systems and Procedural deficiencies identified.
Auditing control mechanisms identified.
Audit reports produced.
Unit’s Corporate, Operational and Work Plans prepared.
Technical Skills & Competencies
Excellent knowledge and understanding of GoJ administration system, procurement.
Ability to conduct risk assessments to determine areas of risks and audit focus.
Sound knowledge of finance and accounting principles and practices.
Sound knowledge of general accepted Auditing Standards.
Proficiency in the use of relevant computer applications to include ACL/SPSS
Excellent oral and written skills.
Minimum Education & Experience
First Degree preferably in Accounts, Finance or Business Administration.
Successful completion of relevant government auditing courses and Professional.
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
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.