Oct 092019

The Job Holder is  responsible for planning and executing audit plans, reviews, work programs, preparing reports and supporting a sustainable internal audit and compliance methodology for multiple  locations under the direction of Corporate Internal Audit General Manager.


v  Audit Plans & Strategy

­   Participates in the formulation and implementation of the internal audit department plans to ensure the alignment with Al Majdouie’s overall objectives and business plans.

­   Develop and propose audit plans, techniques to address with current business needs.

v  Policies & Procedures

­   Participates in the development of internal audit department policies, and procedures and ensures implementation of all relevant procedural / legislative requirements.

­   Comply with the IIA Standards and Guidelines for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing

­   Assist design internal audit procedures and work programs relevant to risk and test objectives.

v  Auditing

­   Responsible in executing the organization annual audit plan effectively as the schedule.

­   Conduct various types of internal audits (financial, operational and compliance audits.) as prescribed in audit plan, to assess the adequacy effectiveness and efficiency of the established internal controls and procedures.

­   Manages the day-to-day operations internal audit by facilitating related professional work processes in order to achieve high performance standards

­   Assure the audit program steps cover the objectives, address major risks.

­   Plan and supervise follow up reviews for audit observations.

­   Perform special assignments, investigations when given by management.

­   Undertake such other duties as may be assigned by manager from time to time.

­   Contribute to fulfilment of annual KPI’s for the Department.

­   Discuss audit findings and recommendations with line managers and report significant issues as per reporting guidelines.

­   Monitor the timely implementation of the management actions recommended in the audit reports.

v  Risk Assessment

­   Identify key areas of risk within the organization and propose appropriate controls to mitigate the risks.


v  Budgeting

­   Prepares the audit unit budget and ensures that the activities within this unit is implemented processed as per the assigned budget.

v  Team Management

­   Discuss, direct and supervise the audit team during the course of assignment.

­   Ensure the audit team is well equipped, trained and updated with the industry audit standards & practice.

­   Maintain and actively seek to enhance personal experience against agreed and measured KPI’s.

v  Management Reporting

­   Prepare quarterly internal audit reports to management

­   Review audit files and draft audit reports and findings.

­   Review the accuracy, timeliness and relevance of financial information and other disclosures provided to management.

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-10-08
Job Location: Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
Job Role: Accounting and Auditing
Company Industry: Other Business Support Services

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Management
Gender: Male
Nationality: United Arab Emirates; Bahrain; Djibouti; Algeria; Egypt; Iraq; Jordan; Comoros; Kuwait; Lebanon; Libya; Morocco; Mauritania; Oman; Palestine; Qatar; Saudi Arabia; Sudan; Somalia; Syria; Tunisia; Yemen
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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