Designation : SENIOR REGIONAL INTERNAL AUDITOR -NGI/MOMASE (Code- EDU23-00764)
1. PRINCIPLE ACCOUNTABILITIES
1.1. Manage the implementation of the annual audit program for schools participating in the Government Tuition Fee Subsidy (GTFS) in the New Guinea Islands and Momase regions. Ensure adherence to planned audit tasks assigned to the section and provide advice to the Principal Internal Auditor on any encountered problems during the process.
1.2. Prepare draft reports summarizing findings from audited areas and submit them to the Principal Internal Auditor for review and discussion.
1.3. Advise the Principal Internal Auditor on deficiencies observed during audits and suggest methods to enhance audit practices. Assist in maintaining an up-to-date Department Audit Manual.
1.4. Oversee and manage the execution of special audit investigations as directed by the Principal Internal Auditor, ensuring that these investigations are carried through to completion.
1.5. Provide guidance to subordinates regarding changes in procedures, legislation, and other pertinent aspects.
1.6. Assist team members in planning individual audits.
1.7. Ensure that follow-up checks are conducted to verify the implementation of remedial actions.
1.8. Verify that all drafts are in the required format and meet the necessary quality standards before forwarding them to the Senior Audit Inspector.
1.9. Facilitate quarterly audit committee meetings, including tasks such as voice recording meeting proceedings and documenting meeting minutes.
1.10. Collaborate with the Principal Internal Auditor to identify training needs and support the delivery of on-the-job training for staff. Address any administrative matters relevant to the daily operation of the section.
1.11. Incorporate Gender Equity and Social Inclusion principles and values of honesty, accountability, respect, wisdom, and responsibility in programs, activities, and initiatives to promote positive work ethics.
2. QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND WORK EXPERIENCES
2.1.1. Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Commerce, Business Studies, or Business Administration.
2.2.1. Audit policies and guidelines.
2.2.2. Public Service General Orders & Instructions.
2.3.2. Supervisory and Training.
2.3.3. Effective Communications.
2.3.4. Report Writing.
2.4. Work Experience
2.4.1. Minimum of five (5) years of relevant work experience in government accounting and auditing functions.
K44,330 – K54,182