Experience: 0 to 3 Years
Skill Required: Accounts and Finance
Apply By: 15-02-2023
The role of the Global Internal Auditor is regarded as integral to the organisation’s structure and is responsible for assessing the adequacy and effectiveness of the system of risk management and internal controls; reviewing and evaluating compliance with policies, plans, procedures, donor agreements, laws and regulations; assessing the reliability and integrity of information; and the safeguarding of assets including people. This encompasses all areas of its operation from programme management, technical, human resources, operations, finance and IT. The Global Internal Auditor will be expected to appraise and test these systems to provide assurance on their adequacy to effectively accomplish Malaria Consortium’s objectives.
The role of Global Internal Auditor must also monitor and drive the implementation of recommendations to promptly and effectively correct internal control weaknesses. The Global Internal Auditor will work with the Internal Audit Manager to conduct investigations to detect and quantify or prevent irregularities at the request of the Chief Executive, Finance Director and the Board of Trustees.
The role needs to be aware of risks facing the organisation both internally and externally and support management to adopt solutions which address the root cause analysis of issues identified.
Scope of work
Provides assurance to senior management and the Board on the effectiveness of Malaria Consortium’s system of internal control and works with management to develop action plans to address control weaknesses.
Key working relationships
Plan and Conduct audits and assurance reviews (80%)
Reporting on audits (10%)
Ad-hoc investigations (10%)
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