Internal Audit

January 4, 2024
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Job Description

About Help Humanity Organization of Afghanistan (HHOA):

Help Humanity Organization of Afghanistan (HHOA) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization dedicated to providing opportunities for all individuals to achieve their fullest potential with pride and dignity. Focused on the education sector, HHOA has made significant strides, with over 9 million students, including 39% girls, participating in formal education across Afghanistan. Despite progress, millions of out-of-school children, especially girls, still face challenges in accessing quality education. HHOA addresses these challenges through grassroots-level programs in education, vocational skills training, child protection, gender-based violence, WASH in schools, healthy communities, greening Afghanistan, and alternative livelihoods.

Job Description:

As an Internal Auditor at HHOA, you will play a crucial role in ensuring financial integrity and compliance with established procedures. Your responsibilities will include:

  1. Periodically reviewing the Internal Audit Manual in coordination with HHOA Senior Management Team (SMT) and obtaining approval from the program head.
  2. Developing a risk-based quarterly/annual audit plan, implementing it in line with the Internal Audit (IA) manual, and presenting it to the Audit committee/BOD.
  3. Creating an internal audit program and checklist for engagements, ensuring comprehensive coverage.
  4. Preparing timely quarterly internal audit reports, highlighting work done, findings, and relevant recommendations for the Audit committee/BOD.
  5. Monitoring and inspecting the accuracy and comprehensiveness of accounting books and spreadsheet data.
  6. Evaluating the control environment, providing recommendations to strengthen existing policies and procedures through audit reports.
  7. Assessing the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls and systems to protect HHOA’s assets and resources.
  8. Reviewing and checking accounting entries for consistency and accuracy with financial reports and project/program budgets.
  9. Conducting physical fixed asset checks, verifying the Fixed Asset Register, and reporting findings.
  10. Providing assistance as a focal point to external auditors as required.

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Finance & Accounting, Commerce, or ACCA Membership.
  • Minimum of 5 years of related experience in banking or 7 years with another financial institution.
  • Knowledge of finance, accounting, and auditing.
  • Experience or knowledge of banking operations, audit methodology, tools and analysis, government regulations, risk management, compliance, credit and marketing, and report writing.

Submission Guideline:

If you possess the expertise for this opportunity, please apply online by sending your CV and motivation cover letter to Clearly indicate the Position Title and vacancy number in the subject line of the email; otherwise, your application may not be considered.

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