Base : ICRC Manila Shared Services Center
The Head of Control, Testing and Monitoring (CTM) leads the development, implementation, and maintenance of test plans designed to confirm the adequacy, effectiveness and efficiency of risk management and internal control activities, using various techniques in line with the ICRC global monitoring operating guidelines.
S / he coordinates the effective reporting of testing and monitoring results to management, including recommendations to address the detected risk related to non-compliance, correct detected errors or improve processes efficiency on identified waste or inefficiencies.
Oversees the planning and supervises the execution of the monthly remote testing and monitoring of key controls on the processes / programs in scope based on Service Level Agreements (SLAs) covering all delegations
Oversees the planning and supervises the execution of the separate field visits by the internal controllers responsible for testing and monitoring key controls on the processes / programs in scope based on the SLAs, covering a selected sample of delegations
Reviews and signs off on the conclusion and reporting of the testing and monitoring activities (i.e. quarterly report to management, internal control field visits reports, other reporting)
Promotes and develops CTM services to internal clients (departments / delegations) through the network of Risk and Compliance Officers, business process owners, métiers and operations coordinators, etc.
to expand the scope of service
Coordinates team technical learning and development activities
Leverages technology and uses / develops innovative tools to perform big data analytics and to improve the team efficiency through process automation
Prepares reports and trend analyses for the institutional consolidated reporting on risk and compliance activities and results, to assurance requesters (e.
g. governing bodies, donors, etc.) through ERCO, using global performance metrics
Collaborates with Risk and Compliance functions and other key functions of ERCO to address transversal issues and work on transversal initiatives and projects for the improvement of institutional practices, processes and tools related to assurance activities
Bachelor’s degree in Accountancy, Finance or Business; Master’s degree in business administration or other relevant field
With Certification on risk and compliance management (e.g., Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and / or Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA))
With Certification on project management or equivalent working experience
With Certification on process design and re-engineering (e.g. LEAN six sigma) or equivalent working experience
With typically 15+ years' overall professional experience, at least 6 years in a risk and compliance or audit role in an international environment
With at least 3 years’ experience a people management capacity in the humanitarian sector or recognized international organizations
Computer proficient - knowledge of computer-assisted audit techniques (CAATs), e.g. ERWIN, IDEA software, is an added advantage
Fluent command of English; knowledge of French and / or other foreign language is an advantage
Works well under pressure and can adapt efficiently to changing priorities
Capable of managing several projects simultaneously and meeting tight deadlines
Able to work independently but also a good team player
Dynamic and with a solid sense of responsibility
Interested in international affairs and humanitarian issues
What We Offer
Diverse and humanitarian-minded workforce
An opportunity to contribute to institutional efforts to protect and assist conflict victims worldwide
Flexible work schedule
This vacancy is open to Philippine Nationals. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.