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International Monetary Fund hiring : Auditor – OIA
Roles and Responsibilities
The Office of Internal Audit (OIA) serves the IMF to:
- Provide independent and objective audits of the effectiveness of the risk management, control, and governance processes of the IMF, and present analysis and insights to IMF management to help strengthen IMF operations, guided by professional standards;
- Provide advisory services to the business departments of the Fund to improve the design of policies and procedures and departmental working practices, in order to help the IMF to fulfill its objectives effectively and efficiently; and
- Conduct, or assist in conducting, internal investigations requested by the Managing Director.
The Auditor will be required to provide analytical support to Audit Specialists and Senior Auditors in the execution and delivery of audits/advisory engagements. He/she will work closely with Audit Specialists and Senior Auditors across a number of business process areas, in the course of executing OIA’s risk-based audit plan and will report administratively to an Audit Manager.
He/she will have the following specific responsibilities:
- Providing analytical support to Senior Auditors and Audit Specialists, in the conduct and execution of individual engagements in OIA’s Audit Plan;
- Assisting Senior Auditors and Audit Specialists in the performance of detailed process walkthroughs and flowcharting of controls;
- Assisting in work paper documentation in accordance with standards established by OIA;
- Supporting the engagement team in the timely execution of the project within the allocated time and resource budgets;
- Assisting in the tracking and follow-up of relevant open and past due OIA issues; and
- Assisting in the operationalization of OIA’s operating practices and protocols, as it relates to specific engagements or tasks.
QualificationsEducational development, typically acquired by the completion of an advanced university degree, or equivalent, in business, accounting, economics, finance, information technology, law, communications, organizational development, or a related field, or professional certification either as an Accountant (CPA or international equivalent) or as an Auditor (CIA or CISA); or a university degree, or equivalent, supplemented by a minimum of six years of relevant professional experience; or a minimum of two years of relevant experience at Grade A8, or equivalent, is required.
In addition, the successful candidate should have:
- Good understanding of internal audit practices and methodologies
- Excellent analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills to successfully manage and execute projects and deliver high quality work
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
The IMF is committed to achieving a diverse staff, including gender, nationality, culture and educational background.