• Contractor
  • N'Djamena Chad
  • TBD USD / Year
  • CARE USA profile

  • Job applications may no longer being accepted for this opportunity.



**This role is open to Chad Nationals only and will be on a national contract**

Audit provides reasonable assurance on the efficiency of operations, safeguarding of assets, compliance with internal policies and procedures, and compliance with donor regulations. The role of the Compliance and Audit Manager is to help the country office achieve its objectives, by promoting accountability to donors and beneficiaries, and contributing to a better decision-making process.

The Compliance and Audit Manager also acts as a strategic partner to the management team. He/she works in collaboration with the other units to identify risks to the achievement of objectives, assesses the capacity of the internal control system to manage the risks identified, and makes recommendations for improving this system in order to reduce the associated risks. The Compliance and Audit Manager is also responsible for investigating fraud and other serious breaches of policy. He/she assesses the impact of fraud and defines corrective measures, as well as measures to prevent such fraud, in compliance with CARE and Donor procedures.


  • Conduct audits and special reviews within the country office
  • Risk management and compliance support
  • Fraud and serious misconduct management
  • Training and Continuous Learning
  • Control the management of resources.
  • Control the management of funds made available to partners.



· At least three years professional experience in Audit, Finance, Administration.


· Must have worked in an audit firm and with an international development aid organization.

· 3 years’ experience as an Audit Manager would be a plus.

Technical skills and competencies


· Audit, internal control and risk management skills

· Excellent oral and written communication skills in French and English

· Good analytical and listening skills

· Good knowledge of word processing and accounting software.

· Professional conscientiousness and commitment to CARE’s core values

· Respect, integrity and impartiality in accordance with the IIA (Institute of Internal Auditors) Code of Ethics

· Ability to maintain good professional relations with colleagues.


· Basic knowledge of fraud audits.

· Ability to make sound recommendations to correct findings.

How to apply


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Starting salaries are based on internal equity, candidate experience, and the cost of labor where the job is based. Salaries listed only apply to jobs based in the US.

Deadline: 18-Feb-24

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