Develop individual audit engagement plan including scope and objectives of the audit and audit procedures.
Undertake audit assignments to confirm the adequacy and effectiveness of governance, risk management and internal controls systems by performing substantive and compliance testing of accountable records and documents and preparing working papers.
Undertake fraud investigations to confirm whether there are material breaches in policy, procedures and relevant regulations through review of accountable documents and records and preparing working papers.
Performing risk assessment to determine appropriate levels of risk appetite and recommend appropriate mitigating actions through risk reviews and developing risk maps.
Provide input in preparation of audit reports for given assignments by capturing relevant audit findings and recommendations from working papers to give an assurance on the adequacy and effectiveness of systems within the Institute.
Undertake reviews and reports on Anti-corruption activities.
Undertake consulting and advisory services to offer advice and guidance to management in the development of control systems.
b) Requirements for Appointment:
Minimum six (6) years’ audit experience with at least three (3) years in the grade of Internal Auditor II or in a comparable position in a similar institution;
Certified Public Accountant (Kenya) or its equivalent from a recognized institution;
Bachelor of Commerce Degree (Accounting Option/Finance) or its equivalent from a recognized institution;
Member of Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) or its equivalent;
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education mean grade C+ (plus) or its equivalent from a recognized Institution; and
Certificate in computer applications skills from a recognized institution.