Auditors - Zamfara
New Incentives
Lagos, Nigeria
5d ago
source : Fuzu

Job Summary

  • 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
  • Education and Work Experience

  • BSc Degree 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 is 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.
  • Position Responsibilities

    Audit (80%) :

  • 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.
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