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Title: Senior Audit Officer Department/Division: Office of the Auditor General (OAG)/Audit Division (OAGA) 1. JOB PURPOSE: To conduct in-depth audits of financial, accounting, administrative, and operational activities. This position is para-professional work and will lead other national officers and administrative staff of the division. It is responsible for planning and supervising audit work; formulating relevant audit strategy, approaches, programs, and analyses; preparing audit reports; providing technical advice to other Departments/Offices; and assisting the Bank’s Outside Auditors. Participates in audit missions and identifies areas to enhance effectiveness of controls in project implementation and administration. 2. EXPECTED OUTCOMES: Audit Supervision/Execution Plans, executes, and supervises audits or assists in performing complex audits in accordance with the audit program to assess compliance with existing policies, systems and procedures, including contracts and arrangements; to identify deficiencies and weaknesses in internal control; to identify waste or abuse in resources, and to recommend improvements in economy, efficiency and effectiveness. Audit Report Preparation Supervises/prepares comprehensive and concise audit reports containing findings and observations that describe the type and nature of deviations, deficiencies, and inappropriate practices and activities; formulates recommendations and measures for administrative and procedural improvements; discusses findings and recommendations with auditee Departments/Offices; monitors the implementation of recommendations; and conducts periodic follow-ups regarding their status. Audit Strategy, Approach and Techniques Ensures effective/efficient audits by formulating appropriate stategies/approaches and developing flexible work plans, schedules, and questionnaires on the basis of preliminary evaluation of qualitative, informative, and statistical data; formulating audit program to address defined audit objectives and scope; and introducing sampling procedures and techniques to evaluate systems, procedures, and related controls. Assistance to Outside/External Auditors Conducts the examination of selected transactions in specific areas to assist ADB’s Outside Auditors in their audit of ADB’s Financial Statements. Assistance to Departments/Offices Participates in the review of requests for assistance and undertakes research and studies as a basis to advise other Departments/Offices from internal control, and effectiveness, economy and efficiency aspects. Audit Missions and Other Duties Participates in audit missions and assists in evaluating operational issues raised by ADB field offices, and officials of the Borrowers and their Executing Agencies and prepares back-to-office reports as may be assigned. Performs other duties as may be assigned by the Auditor General, the Director, OAGA and designated Professional Staff to facilitate the administration of audit projects. Assists in the preparation of the Audit Recommendations Implementation Report (ARIR) and matters relating to audit activities reported to Management and the Audit Committee of the Board. 3. EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, economics or related fields; preferrably Master’s degree; and qualification as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), or Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), or other professional designation. 4. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Suitability to undertake the responsibilities mentioned above at the required level. At least 10 years experience in auditing financial institutions or other large organizations; or similar relevant work in a CPA firm or experience in project administration, loan/Technical Assistance accounting, financial management or post evaluation. Thorough understanding of auditing principles and techniques; knowledge of and ability to conduct operational auditing; an understanding of contract administration and management reporting systems. Working knowledge of Bank-standard computer software. An ability to take a body of audit data and information and organize the component ideas into a logical sequence for written and/or oral presentation, taking into account the need to express the overall concepts clearly and explain the sometimes complex interrelationships among the findings and recommendations; an ability to determine which details are appropriate to include, and which should be omitted, based on the intended purpose, scope and audience of the presentation; and an ability to present the resulting information in clear, concise, grammatical English, either orally or in writing as the situation may require. An ability to meet and interact with auditees Bank-wide and work as a team member in OAGA; an ability to obtain the cooperation and assistance of auditees, convey audit findings unemotionally and without personal criticism; and an ability to draft recommendations that will address audit concerns, take account of the resources available to the auditee, and be compatible with related auditee operations. Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of ADB requirements, operations, policies, systems and procedures embodied in the Bank’s Charter, Board and policy papers, fund regulations, the Operations Manual, the Project Administration Instructions, the Administrative Orders and Circulars, and other relevant Bank documents. 5. CORE COMPETENCIES: Technical Knowledge and Skills – Can give help and advice to others based on their specialist area of knowledge and skills – Uses technical knowledge and skills to complete complex work – Uses technical knowledge and skills to improve work systems Client Orientation – Works to meet needs of clients according to ADB policy – Communicates often with clients and seeks to understand and anticipate their needs – Adapts own style to suit client preferences Achieving Results – Find ways to reduce time and cost of completing work – Monitors work and progress and makes improvements – Works with others to overcome problems and find alternative ways to complete work when necessary Working Together – Provides practical support and encouragement for team members – Encourages team members to work together and benefit from diversity in different views, culture, nationality, and gender – Sets priorities for the team and ensures they are followed through Learning and Knowledge Sharing – Learns new skills and knowledge and applies them – Continuously finds new solutions to problems – Leads the team in sharing knowledge and expertise 6. IMMEDIATE REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: Director, OAGA and/or designated Professional Staff 7. IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS: The Asian Development Bank’s vision is a region free of poverty. Established in 1966 and headquartered in Manila, Philippines, ADB’s multicultural staff come from over 50 member countries. ADB’s Headquarters in Manila generally recruits its administrative staff/national officers locally from the Philippines. ADB offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package applicable to local staff. While the position advertised is for ADB Headquarters in Manila, Philippines, ADB staff must be prepared to serve in any location outside its Headquarters at the discretion of Management. Apply electronically, quoting Ref. No. EXT-NO09-088(2)-OAGA and job title on subject line and attaching application form to email address LS-jobs@adb.org no later than 27 April 2009, 5:00 p.m., Manila time. Due to the volume of applications, ADB will not be able to respond to inquiries about application status and will only contact shortlisted candidates. Applications from qualified ADB staff will be considered before external applications. Applications lacking the job reference number and job title or using the wrong e-mail address will not be considered. ================================================== ================================================== Title: Senior Accounting Assistant Department/Division: Controller’s Department (CTL) / Accounting Division (CTAC)/Payroll and Staff Accounts Section (CTAC-PSA) 1. JOB PURPOSE: To undertake a variety of accounting duties, particularly relating to staff accounts receivable; maintain and update accounting records; maintain sound accounting/internal controls; prepare accounting and other reports; carry out administrative functions, as required. 2. EXPECTED OUTCOMES: Transaction Accounting and Control Examines, verifies, and validates the accuracy and propriety of supporting documentation for staff receivables, payments and other accounting transactions within the scope of responsibility ensuring processing is done in accordance with ADB’s Administrative Orders, Administrative Circulars, established guidelines and procedures, and agreements as appropriate, and in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Checks and verifies all computerized outputs and other such activities to ensure accuracy and timeliness of accounting records. Preparation of Financial Reports Compiles standard and/or ad hoc accounting, financial and statistical data for management reporting. Checks and verifies assigned reports; ensures completeness and accuracy of all entries/calculations and consistency with updated records; and initiates necessary action to correct any discrepancies, omissions or errors. Accruals Assists in the preparation of data for quarterly and year-end accruals of relevant items in coordination with other departments/offices as appropriate. Accounts Analysis and Reconciliation Promptly reconciles and analyzes as appropriate, assigned accounts monthly or as required; investigates discrepancies, unusual items; follows up old outstanding items/balances for recovery from staff through payroll. Systems Support Assists in ensuring the reliability of related systems by reviewing related output; participates in system implementation/enhancements; coordinates system related problems with OIST through the Professional Staff in charge. Others Responds to employee and vendor queries on accounting transactions as assigned by the supervisor(s); Maintains/updates relevant records, documents and files, and performs various administrative tasks; performs any other assignments as required. 3. EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, major in accounting; Certified Public Accountant. 4. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Suitability to undertake the responsibilities mentioned above at the required level. At least 5 years of accounting experience, preferably in a computerized environment, in a large organization. Detailed understanding of the relevant business processes and guidelines and their importance in the overall function of the work area. Ability to understand the concept of internal controls as they apply to financial and accounting process. Proficient with computer software in common use at multilateral institutions, particularly MS Excel and Word, and large accounting software (e.g. Oracle ERP). Analytical and systematic, with strong numerical skills and attention to detail. Excellent oral and written skills in English. Ability to plan and coordinate schedules in order to meet deadlines. 5. CORE COMPETENCIES: Technical Knowledge and Skills – Can perform the job independently – Recognizes and corrects things that are wrong – Can answer all routine queries and questions Client Orientation – Sees colleagues and other departments as clients as well as external contacts – Speaks and acts with respect towards clients – Makes changes to help clients when their needs change Achieving Results – Manages time to ensure work is completed to deadlines and targets – Prioritizes to ensure important deadlines are met – Manages obstacles to getting work done Working Together – Regularly assists others in their work – Has supportive and cooperative relationships with other colleagues in the team – Complements the work of other team members Learning and Knowledge Sharing – Learns new things and keeps knowledge and skills up to date – Volunteers for training and development – Explains new methods of work to colleagues and voluntarily shares useful information 6. IMMEDIATE REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: Assistant Controller, designated Professional Staff (PS) and/or National Officer (NO) 7. IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS: The Asian Development Bank’s vision is a region free of poverty. Established in 1966 and headquartered in Manila, Philippines, ADB’s multicultural staff come from over 50 member countries. ADB’s Headquarters in Manila generally recruits its administrative staff/national officers locally from the Philippines. ADB offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package applicable to local staff. While the position advertised is for ADB Headquarters in Manila, Philippines, ADB staff must be prepared to serve in any location outside its Headquarters at the discretion of Management. Apply electronically, quoting Ref. No. EXT-AS09-098(2)-CTAC-PSA and job title on subject line and attaching application form to email address LS-jobs@adb.org no later than 30 April 2009, 5:00 p.m., Manila time. Due to the volume of applications, ADB will not be able to respond to inquiries about application status and will only contact shortlisted candidates. Applications from qualified ADB staff will be considered before external applications. Applications lacking the job reference number and job title or using the wrong e-mail address will not be considered.

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