Designation : ASSISTANT INTERNAL AUDITOR FRAUD (Code- EDU23-00769)
1. PRINCIPLE ACCOUNTABILITIES
1.1. Implement the annual audit program for Fraud activities by adhering as closely as possible to planned audit tasks to be carried out by the section and advise the Senior Internal Auditor where problems arise.
1.2. Assist to prepare draft reports on findings collected on audited areas are in the required format, before forwarding to the Senior Internal Auditor for review and discussion.
1.3. Inform the Senior Internal Auditor on deficiencies and/or methods of improvement in audit practices and assist in the up-to-date maintenance of the Department Audit Manual.
1.4. Assist to implement special audit investigations as directed by the Senior Internal Auditor and do follow-up checks on remedial action required.
1.5. Assist to facilitate quarterly audit committee meetings, voice recording meeting proceedings, and writing of meeting minutes.
1.6. Attend to any administrative matters which relate to the daily operation of the section.
1.7. Incorporate Gender Equity and Social Inclusion principles and values of honesty, accountability, respect, wisdom, and responsibility in programs, activities, and initiatives to foster 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 relevant work experience in government accounting and auditing functions.
K38,145 – K46,621