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  • Posted: Jun 8, 2023
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    CARE International is a major humanitarian agency delivering emergency relief and long-term international development projects.

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    Regional Risk and Compliance Coordinator ECA


    • Compliance Function
    • The compliance function is integrated into the Award Management Solutions (AMS) Donor Compliance Assurance Unit in a matrix management style framework. The compliance function has a dotted line reporting to the AMS Director Donor Compliance Assurance.
    • In alignment with the global compliance program, prepares a plan for short term and long terms compliance reviews in the region covering critical aspects of compliance. Contributes to the development and finalization of the yearly Global Compliance plan
    • Undertakes the comprehensive compliance activity of the Country Office and conducts focused compliance reviews on topics of concern. Carries out compliance health checks (on site and remote) using standardized tools, approach, reporting and timelines developed by AMS under the global compliance program as per approved yearly plan.
    • Risk management
    • Works with the CO to incorporate risks and issues identified in the compliance program health checks into ROAR.
    • Evaluate and contribute to the improvement of risk management, control, and governance process in the following areas:
      • Compliance with internal policies and external regulations.
      • Accomplishment of operational objectives
      • Reliability and integrity of information
      • Efficiency of processes.
      • Safeguarding assets from loss and misuse
    • Ensure that the COs Senior Management and Regional Management team are immediately notified of concerns or reports of violations relating to accounting, internal controls, auditing, regulatory, or financial matters; violations relating to members of senior management; or violations of any of the policies that are designed to ensure that CARE operates in an ethical manner.
    • Propose changes in the policies and procedures and its related activities to prevent illegal or improper conduct,
    • Develop training and education programs for internal policies, donor requirements and applicable government laws and regulation changes and topics identified as potential risk areas.
    • Fraud Management
    • Ensure CARE International Policy on Fraud and Corruption – Awareness, Prevention, Reporting and Response is understood and complied with.
    • Ensure Fraud incidents are timely reported to the Donors, CMPs, Award Management Solution and Regional Office.
    • Assess the effectiveness of fraud risk management in the country offices within the region, and apprise the Regional Management Team (RMT);
    • Provide quarterly information to the HQ Internal Audit and Regional Management Team on the status of investigations within the region.
    • Ensure that the implementation of recommendations, and CO management actions to mitigate the fraud risk, in response to investigations, are adequate and timely. Escalate any issues to RMT as needed.
    • Support COs to Manage Communication with Donors and CMPs.
    • Conduct Investigation as per the Fraud Investigation Standard Operating Procedures.
    • Follow up on the investigations, implementation of investigators recommendations and Semi – Annual Review.
    • Share lessons Learned across the Region in fraud risk management.
    • Partnering with the wider organization
    • Work with CUSA IA on the reported Fraud Incidents; ensure fraud investigation start on time, required reports are submitted to CUSA IA and Donor/CMPs and Country Offices take and report remedial actions on time.
    • Work with CUSA IA to ensure Internal Auditor’s recommendations are implemented with the Country Offices within provided timeframe.


    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, Finance, or Business Management and CPA/ACCA or equivalent.
    • Minimum 5 years of experience in auditing, compliance with working knowledge of classical compliance techniques and tools including problem solving, corrective action and auditing Facilitation skills to conduct training sessions for small, medium, and large-sized groups.
    • Experience with major donor audits (e.g., USAID, EU, ECHO etc.)
    • Strong oral and written communication skills; Customer focused while handling multiple priorities.
    • Ability to quickly learn new systems, processes, and procedures and adapt local practices to global standards.
    • Good leadership, coaching, and negotiation skills.
    • Ability to work on teams, work at a detailed level and understand the larger picture.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Excel and Word.
    • Proficiency in using PeopleSoft.
    • Core competencies include – Building effective teams; Functional/technical skills; process management; Organization agility; Managing diversity; Command skills; planning and communicating with impact.

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