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Mar 032017
 


Internal Auditor Position

Our client a leading supplier of energy solution in the East African region seeks to recruit a talented, creative and result-oriented professional to fill the position of Senior Internal Auditor.

The successful candidate will report to the CEO and be charged with the following responsibilities;

  • Manage the Groups Internal Audit function.
  • Advice management on internal control and risk management issues.
  • Coordinate internal audits at various business units.
  • Ensure Group policies and procedures are universally applied.
  • Implement and continuously appraise the Group’s Quality Management System.

Qualifications and Experience;

  • Fully qualified CPA (K) or ACCA.
  • Upper Second Class degree in a relevant discipline.
  • Relevant professional certificates such as CISA, CIA, will be an added advantage.
  • Minimum 10 years’ combined experience in external and internal audit with reputable firms.
  • Experience with a Quality Management System and an ERP System will be an added advantage.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application with a detailed CV, copies of relevant certificates, reference letters and details of referees stating your current position, remuneration level, e-mail and telephone contacts quoting the job title/reference in the field of interest directly to recruitment@viscarcapacity.com by 24th March 2017.

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