The Auditor will manage and optimize auditing activities for the assigned state, while also conducting objective unbiased audits of clinic operations and employee performance. The position is responsible for ensuring that the organization's operations and controls are accurate and fully compatible with standards and regulations within the spheres of operations.
- Provide accurate assessments and insightful recommendations. Assessing the operation’s compliance with the policies of the organization.
- Provide vigilant, insightful, and thorough assessments of the possibility of employee, clinic staff, or community member fraud.
- Talk with various stakeholders, including beneficiaries, to get feedback on program-related issues and gaps for the organization.
- Confidentially carry out on-ground investigations against specific employees or operational areas.
- Plan and review auditing activities, including reporting adherence to routine immunization procedure by clinic staff, and to program policies and cash management procedures by employees.
- Observe, report, and escalate security issues communicated by employees, caregivers, and stakeholders to the Senior Field Manager.
- Confirm and report that clinic gifts are being distributed as per the program schedule to stakeholders.
- Ensure the ABAE Progress Poster is being updated.
- Analyze risks related to fraud and financial loss and develop measures to reduce these risks.
- Ensure the timely completion of audits.
Special Audit (10%)
- Conduct special audit assignments related to specific cases that will be assigned, especially related to disciplinary situations.
Security Awareness (5%)
- Report all security incidents in areas of operations, including incidents that do not directly affect staff and/or operations.
- Take responsibility for personal safety and the safety of team members as applicable on the field.
- Read and understand all Security documents within the context of operations, including SOPs and the Country Security Plan.
Other duties/Special Projects (5%)
- Other requests that may be assigned by Management.
Education and Work Experience
- BSc or HND in Accounting or Finance; master’s degree and professional certification (such as ICAN or ACCA) would be a bonus.
- Experience in analysis with a critical approach and good knowledge of auditing processes. Good expertise in risk management and compliance are required, as well as high reliability and strong organizational skills.
Skills and Competencies
- Preferably a candidate already based in Jigawa or Katsina State.
- 2+ years experience of working in an auditor position or as a field staff involved in operations activities.
- Experience with the Nigerian health system and clinic documentation, particularly related to infant health and vaccinations.
- Careful attention to financial matters and management of funds.
- Detail-oriented and diligent professional.
- Passion to help others and reduce infant mortality.
- Very good communication skills in English and Hausa dialects (verbal and written).
- Excellent responsiveness to email and phone requests.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Word/Excel, internet browsers, smartphones, and new communications technology in general.
- Motivation to work in a young organization that is constantly changing based on stakeholder feedback and operates with a lean structure.
- Profound knowledge of auditing and control requirements and practices.
- Familiarity with accounting software.
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