Work closely with departmental managers to understand and identify existing and emerging risk areas and develop a risk profile for the country office.
Prepare annual internal audit plan based on risk prioritization.
Perform internal audits in line with the agreed annual plan to determine the adequacy and effectiveness of controls, efficient use of resources, and compliance with PSI, donor and local legal requirements and regulations.
Conduct spot checks including reviewing documentation, interviewing staff, gathering evidence from vendors, partners and individuals to validate correctness and integrity of data generated by PSI South Sudan.
Identify instances of non-compliance with PSI global, donor, local policies and procedures, control weaknesses and errors in the recording of transactions.
Preparing reports documenting findings and develop recommendations to address the identified issues and control weaknesses. Agree on the timelines for corrective action with responsible managers
Regularly monitor and report the status of both internal and external audit recommendations and appraise adequacy of follow-up action taken on audit findings and recommendations.
Work closely with PSI’s global internal audit unit and ensure adoption and implementation of new requirements and regulations.
Identify training needs, develop a training plan for PSI program and field supervisors on risk management.
Identify improvement opportunities for local policies and procedures
Carry out special audit assignments and investigations.
Perform other related duties as needed.
Bachelor degree in Accounting or related fields and Certified Public Accountant(CPA ) Authorized Chartered certified accountant (ACCA ) or Certified Internal Auditor (CIA).
A minimum of five years work experience, two of them in a similar audit role.
Familiarity with Global fund, DFID, USAID and other donor’s rules and regulation and their compliance requirements.
Familiarity with automated accounting systems such as Lawson and QuickBooks.
Knowledge of IIA Standards and GAAP governing not-for-profit organizations a distinct advantage.
Superior communications skills, verbal and written, including the ability to engage effectively with staff at all levels.
Ability to work independently.
Strong organizational, analytical, and interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to follow assignments through to completion.
Demonstrated strong moral and ethical foundation.
Experience in post conflict area and willing to travel to field locations in South Sudan.