Sr. Manager, Global Risk & Assurance
About the organization
We are a family of organizations who believes that those who were born into impossible circumstances deserve the possibility of a better life.
Our dedicated experts around the globe work together to bring life-saving aid and long-term hope to even the most fragile corners of the world and in the most challenging of circumstances. We connect disciplines, approaches and people because we know that the more collaboration we can efficiently achieve, the wider, more systemic impact we can create.
It’s belief and action, in harmony.
Project Risk Oversight
Training and Awareness: Deliver pieces of training tailored to Corus' operating context and covering relevant operational and financial risks (including case studies) in Country Offices, regional gatherings, and other events.
Project Risk Management: Review and analyze country project risk registers, projects over $5million US dollars, and translate them corrective action plans for management follow up actions. Follow up quarterly for any significant changes or new project risks and related mitigation strategies.
Support and prepare country offices for external audits when needed.
Explore and recommend innovative approaches for delivering risk and assurance services.
Use the AuditBoard system to manage risk management activities.
Conduct an internal audit of Country Offices, Implementing Partners and or Suppliers, following Corus International Internal Audit Standard Operating Procedure (IASOP)
Willingness and ability to travel up to 30% of the time, possibly to remote regions which may include adverse conditions and/or disaster zones to audit programs located in global locations, ability to withstand extremes of temperature and altitude
Responsible for the conduct and planning of all aspects of internal audit engagements.
Knowledge of U.S. accounting standards for non-profit organizations required (GAAP), knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and International Accounting Standards (IAS) a plus
Knowledge of USAID rules and regulations such as 2 CFR 200, AIDAR, FAR, Standard Provisions, etc.
Fluency in English is required.
Knowledge of applying risk concepts to identify risk events to business objectives identifies business improvements and opportunities and effectively analyzes the cause-and-effect of relationships.
Extensive involvement in resolving fraud matters, including investigations.
Exceptional analytical and innovative problem-solving skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks under tight deadlines and competing priorities
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work effectively with others at all levels of the organization
Effective presentation skills including the ability to successfully present complex subject matter to LW & IMA's Leadership Team, Board of Directors, staff, and others
Exceptional client-service orientation
Superior analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
Exceptional project management skills.
Proven ability to coach and develop team members.
A sincere interest in supporting the mission of Corus and upholding its core values.
$75,000 - $93,800
Equal Opportunity Employment
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