The role holder is responsible for conducting internal audits of sensitive areas of business and drafting and reviewing complete audit reports. Also they are responsible for supervising the day to day work of internal auditors. Work with units within specified area of work, to ensure efficient work flows and accurate outputs. Manage projects and initiatives, as may be required by the reporting senior. Supervise audit of establishments in sensitive areas of business and determines the scope of investigation required. Prepare audit schedules and maintains the necessary coverage and frequency of audits. Review control processes and procedures as guided by the senior management to optimize the company’s resources. Contribute in defining auditing approach for a defined work unit, so that non – compliance and irregularities are recognised and audit protocols are adopted. Supervise investigation related departments and ensures that precautionary measures are developed and put in place to minimize future risk, fraud incidents, and implements new preventive and detective controls as necessary. Ensure management are informed regarding audit activities and findings. Supervise completed audits, audit reports and ensure submission to concerned stakeholders and to the management. Prepare audit report of findings and recommendations for the reporting senior so that all findings are presented in an accurate and consistent format. Implement internal audit policies, processes and procedures as guided by the senior management. Contribute to the development of internal audit budget and monitors financial performance versus the budget to ensure alignment as guided by the senior management. Suggest improved processes and systems in areas being audited. Develop and supervise respective team members, if needed, for undertaking higher responsibilities. Liaise with other supervisors to build effective working relationships and identifies synergies.