Integration Commission – Member
Duties and Responsibilities of the Audit Committee:
The Audit and Risk Management Committee will be responsible for providing leadership in the formulation, implementation and review of Internal Audit policies, standards, guidelines and procedures in line with relevant laws and regulations. This will be to ensure that systems of internal controls and risk management are put in place and internal audit reports are reviewed.
Specifically, the Committee’s responsibilities will be to review and advice the Commission on the following:-
Financial Statement Review the external auditors report on the financial statement and any supplementary report outlining findings, observations, recommendations, management responses and status of any action plans.
Review interim financial reports with management including reports on investments, cash flow and budget versus actual income and expenditure and consider completeness.
Risk Management and Internal Controls Review the most significant risks on management and on the scope of review by internal and external auditors that could prevent NCIC from achieving its objectives and in the light of this, consider the effectiveness of the Commission’s risk management and internal control systems, including information technology, security and control.
Oversee special investigations relating to risk management, internal control and compliance as required.
Compliance and Litigation Obtain regular updates from management regarding compliance matters and assess the effectiveness of NCIC systems for monitoring compliance.
Obtain regular updates from management regarding any litigation in which the Commission is engaged including assessments of contingent liabilities associated with such litigation in the event of judgments made against NCIC.
Member of the Audit committee requirements and competencies
- Be a Kenyan
- Bachelor’s degree in any of the following: –Accounting, Auditing, Risk Management, Finance, Economics,
- Procurement, Human Resource Management,Law or any other related field from a University recognized in Kenya;
- Be a member of a professional body
- Possess at least 5 years’ experience in the public or private sector at a senior level;
- Have a thorough understanding of the relevant legislations, best practices and emerging issues in Accounting,
- Auditing, Risk Management, Finance, Economics,Human Resource Management, Procurement, Law and other related fields;
- Have a good understanding of Government operations and financial management system
- Skills and attributes
Members of the Audit Committee should possess the following attributes;
- Good work ethic
- Communication skills
- Interpersonal skills
- Organisational skills
- Leadership Skills
- Ability to work under pressure
- Problem solving skills
- Terms of service
Member of the Audit Committee shall be appointed for a term of three years on part-time basis and may be considered for re-appointment for a further one term (of three years only).
Member of the Audit committee shall be paid allowances at rates determined by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC)
Applicants are required to attach the following documents in their application:
National Identity Card/Passport;
Academic and professional certificates and transcripts;
Any other supporting documents and testimonials; and
Valid and current clearances from the following bodies:Kenya Revenue Authority;
Higher Education Loans Board;
Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission
Any of the Registered Credit Reference Bureaus;
Directorate of Criminal Investigations (Police Clearance Certificate).
Submit recommendations from a relevant professional body
GradeNCIC-006 No Sought 1 Advert Ref NCIC/MC/1/2021 Recruitment Member – National Cohesion and Integration Commission Audit Committee
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About National Cohesion and Integration Commission
The NCIC is a statutory body established under the National Cohesion and Integration Act (Act No.12 of 2008). The Commission was borne out of the realization that long lasting peace, sustainable development and harmonious coexistence among Kenyans requires deliberate normative, institutional and attitudinal processes of constructing nationhood, national cohesion and integration. The Commission draws its existence from the National Dialogue and Reconciliation Agreement signed in Nairobi on 1 February, 2008 by the Government; Party of National Unity (PNU) and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) delegations, and witnessed by H.E. Kofi A. Annan for the Panel of Eminent African Personalities. This Agreement formed the basis of the National Accord that H.E. President Mwai Kibaki and the Rt. Hon. Prime Minister Raila Amolo Odinga signed on 28 February, 2008 when the dialogue was officially launched. The dialogue sought to provide a peaceful solution to the political impasse and violence that had engulfed the country, following the December 2007 Local, Parliamentary and Presidential Elections and had four (4) main agendas: Agenda No. 1 - Immediate action to stop violence and restore fundamental rights and liberties. Agenda No. 2 - Immediate measures to address the humanitarian crisis, promote reconciliation, healing and restoration. Agenda No. 3 - How to overcome the current political crisis. Agenda No. 4 - Long term measures and solutions (such as constitutional, institutional and legal reforms; land reform; poverty and inequity; unemployment, particularly among the youth; consolidating national cohesion and unity; and transparency, accountability and addressing impunity). Agenda No. 4 under which the Commission was formed, recognized that long term issues with regard to poverty, inequitable distribution of resources and perceptions of historical injustices and exclusion of segments of the Kenyan society were among the underlying causes of the prevailing social tensions, instability and the cycle of violence recurrent in electoral processes in Kenya. Discussions under this Agenda item therefore examined and proposed solutions to longstanding issues such as : Undertaking constitutional, legal and institutional reforms Tackling poverty and inequality as well as combating regional development imbalances Tackling unemployment, particularly among the youth Consolidating national cohesion and unity Undertaking land reform Addressing lack of accountability and transparency among leaders and clipping impunity.