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Definition: : In charge of the Corporate Services division

Typical Work:

Coordinates the implementation of the Office's approved Strategic Plan, Operational Plan and monitor, evaluate and report on the effectiveness in achieving its strategic direction, goals, objectives and operational targets; develops and implements a capacity development and training program for all staff; coordinates and implements the programs and activities to improve ONP'A effective relations with, and the active engagement of, its stakeholders; implements the various communication strategies and monitors their compliance; ensures that all plans and strategies are reviewed periodically, renewed, evaluated, reported on and at all times they must be complied to; implements the Human Resource management system and ensures that staff performance, appraisal, discipline, capacity building and training, reward and incentive measures, and the staff welfare programs effectively implement and monitored; monitors evaluates and reports on all programs and activities under our relationship with the international, regional and sub-regional alliances and affiliations; prepares the Annual Report as required by law and all other operational and performance reports; manages and supervises the day-to-day operations of the Office Corporate Services and provide essential support to the core functions under Audit and Investigation; implements the Office's annual approved operational budgets, monitors the budget expenditures, prepares financial statements and ensures that the office's financial accounts get audited every year; manages all the physical facilities, office building and equipment by ensuring the office building and its other physical and fixed assets are secure, well maintained, and in their operable conditions; are controlled against any natural and accidental hazards; provides sufficient office space for efficient and safe operations; ensures that all the key infrastructure apparatus are in their good working conditions for effective and efficient office operations; handles the media and the public relations for the Office; represents the Public Auditor in high level meetings in-country and at other meetings with the international, regional and sub-regional alliances

Knowledge and Ability:

Knowledge of: government administrative matters, finances, and budgetary process.

Ability to: Interpret and apply governmental administrative policies, rules, and procedures; interact with employees in the office; communicate clearly, both verbally in writing.

Adjusts quickly to changing work environments.

Courteous, professional demeanor, works well under stressful situations. Possess very good oral and written communication skills.

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduation from an accredited college of university with a bachelor's degree in business management, finance, accounting, and other related field plus three (3) years of work experience in business Administration.