Qualified Chartered Accountant from ICAP or FCCA or NBA (Finance) with CIA Certification: Preference will be given to the candidates having CIA or CISA Certifications including articles from big 4 firms for qualified chartered accountants.
Candidate with at least 10 years of post qualification experience in the internal Audit function of a manufacturing concern, preferably in the FMCG sector.
Should have a sound knowledge of international auditing, accounting standards, laws and regulations and various risk management tools.
The incumbent should have strong ethical standards and an ability to withstand pressures and stand ground.
Conduct continuous risk assessment by regular evaluation of all systems and procedures, apprise management /supervisor, recommend preventive and corrective risk mitigation plans in order to minimize company exposure to various risks.
Develop and execute risk-based audit plan, co-ordinate audit activities with management, liaise with external auditors to resolve or implement their observations in order to assess and reduce company's exposure to risk.
Conduct independent review of internal control systems (policies & procedures) and deployment of company assets, recommend improvements to mitigate risk in order to strengthen the internal control infrastructure.
Review reported compliance cases, report Referable Compliance Issues (RCIs) to head office, conduct compliance investigations, conduct compliance training in order to ensure full compliance with company’s policies and local regulations.
Should possess strong managerial capabilities, analytical & strategic thinking & excellent communication skills and have the ability to work with cross-functional teams within the organization.
As an internal auditor, you'll provide an independent guarantee that an organizations' risk management, governance and control processes are operating effectively.
You'll work within business to monitor and evaluate how well risks are being managed, how business is running and if internal processes are working.
Auditing also includes a consulting service, advising management on how to improve their systems and processes.
The scope and nature of audits can vary significantly, but the main priority of your work is to ensure any issues that affect the survival and prosperity of the business are dealt with.
The work of an internal auditor differs to that of external auditors as they look at more than financial and accounting risks.
They also consider factors such as reputation, growth, environmental impact, treatment of employees and ethics.
Your work with senior management will provide evidence to stakeholders that they are managing their business effectively.
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