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May 032017
 


BIMAS Kenya Limited a renowned Microfinance Institution seeks to fill the position of an Internal Audit Assistant

Reports to: Internal Audit Manager (with frequent travel to branches)

Duty station: Head Office (In Embu)

BIMAS Kenya Limited a renowned micro-finance organisation

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Participate in monitoring and evaluation of compliance with organizational procedures and regulations.
  • Keep track of actual expenditure against budget allocations.
  • Assist in verifying accuracy of records by carrying out actual stock-taking
  • Participate in Audit investigations
  • Participate in assessing the efficacy of existing controls, systems processes and procedures by subjecting them to weakness tests.
  • Work with senior officers to re-examine and amend as necessary the existing safeguards and standards to make them more full proof
  • Assist seniors to compile and submit reports on reconciliation and evaluation aspects of organizational assets.
  • Maintain internal audit working paper files.
  • File documents in the department.
  • Maintain registers used in the department.
  • Coordinate dispatches from the department.
  • Any other duties as assigned

Qualifications and Experience

  • CPA part 2, those with a business related degree will have an added advantage
  • Should be 25 years and above
  • At least 2 years’ experience in an internal audit department of a financial institution preferably the Microfinance sector
  • Have a minimum of grade B at KCSE
  • Should be a person of high integrity, bold and decisive, with good interpersonal skills, a team player.
  • Hold a valid certificate of good conduct
  • Proficiency in Computer packages
  • Excellent verbal and written communication

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