Apply for Internal Auditor At NSIA-LUTH Cancer Center’s  (NLCC) 2021

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Apply for Internal Auditor at NSIA-LUTH Cancer Center's  (NLCC) 

Apply for Internal Auditor at NSIA-LUTH Cancer Center’s  (NLCC) 


Objectives Of The Job:

This position is in charge of ensuring that laws and regulations are followed, as well as auditing processes and procedures and ensuring that risks associated to the Centre are properly identified and handled.

To assess how successfully risks are identified and managed, with a focus on ensuring rule and regulatory compliance, and to make recommendations for corrective actions to improve operations, improve internal controls, and decrease costs where possible.

Responsibilities On The Job

Internal Audit:

  • Review the existing Internal Control in accordance with the rules and regulations in collaboration with the organization’s unit leader.
  • In collaboration with the Finance Manager, develop risk–based annual audit plans that outline the scope, nature, and timing of audit activities.
  • Working with HR to provide advice to management on the Internal Audit function’s resourcing needs, including any prospective outsourcing arrangements;
  • Conduct internal audits to determine the adequacy, effectiveness, and efficiency of internal controls and processes in place;
  • Identify and suggest effective measures to mitigate significant areas of risk within the organization;
  • Examine the financial data and other disclosures provided to management for correctness, timeliness, and relevance.
  • Discuss audit findings and recommendations with unit leaders, and notify senior management of any severe issues.
  • Prepare audit reports in accordance with the audit plan that has been approved.
  • Ensure that the management actions indicated in the audit findings are implemented in a timely manner.
  • Provide an opinion to top management on the project’s internal controls’ sufficiency, effectiveness, and efficiency.

Improvement over time:

  • Assist in the creation of a culture of internal control;
  • Keep track of internal auditing trends and changes.
  • Conduct ad hoc investigations and reviews as directed by senior management in the organization.
  • Attend the sessions of the external auditors.
  • On internal control issues, communicate with the external auditor.


To the CEO, with a copy to the Finance Manager, provide a report on internal control issues and the implementation of the internal audit plan.

NSIA-LUTH Cancer Center’s (NLCC) Requirements For The Job

  • Ability to operate independently and as part of a group
  • Multi-tasking ability
  • Show professionalism when dealing with sensitive or confidential material.
  • Excellent organizational and communication abilities (internally and with external associates);
  • Internal auditing knowledge based on risk
  • Excellent computer abilities, including a strong understanding of Microsoft Excel.
  • To perform audits and submit timely results, you must have the ability to work independently, prioritize, and manage your workload.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities, as well as a willingness to tackle problems on your own.
  • To give precise and believable findings, as well as objective assurance, meticulous attention to detail is required.
  • Interpersonal abilities, as well as a persuasive, diplomatic, and assured demeanor.
  • Ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships and provide guidance at all levels
  • Fluent in English and able to communicate and listen effectively. The ability to develop and deliver succinct oral and written reports is essential.

In addition to the aforementioned;

  • (Must have) a degree in internal auditing, financial accounting, or financial management.
  • Minimum of 4-5 years of experience, including at least three years as a supervisor;
  • ACA, ACCA, or CIMA Accountant qualification or similar Auditing/Accountancy qualification/Accreditation with the Institute of Internal Auditors;
  • a minimum of two years of experience working in an internal auditing setting;
  • Accounting talents that are second to none;
  • Ability to operate both independently and in a group;
  • Excellent documentation and information technology abilities;
  • practical experience with accounting software (SAGE).

How To Apply for Internal Auditor at NSIA-LUTH Cancer Center.

Application Method: Candidates who are interested and qualified can apply using the Apply Now button below.

Note: Never pay the recruiter for any training, certificate, assessment, or testing.



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The Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (“NSIA” or “The Authority”) is a federal institution tasked with managing monies in excess of hydrocarbon income budgets. Its objective is to play a leading role in fostering sustainable economic development for the benefit of all Nigerians by creating a savings foundation for Nigerians, enhancing the development of Nigeria’s infrastructure, and providing economic stability support in times of economic hardship.

The NSIA Act, which was passed into law in May 2011, gives the agency its authority. It authorizes the Authority to receive, manage, and invest funds on behalf of the Federal Government, State Governments, Federal Capital Territory, and Local Government Area Councils in a diversified portfolio of medium and long-term assets in anticipation of the eventual depletion of Nigeria’s hydrocarbon resources.

The NSIA established three key funds to carry out the mandates: the Stabilisation Fund, the Future Generations Fund, and the Nigeria Infrastructure Fund.

The Nigeria Infrastructure Fund invests in domestic infrastructure, while the Stabilisation Fund provides budget support in times of economic stress. The Future Generations Fund is an intergenerational savings fund for future generations of Nigerians.

The Authority began operations in 2012, with the Board of Directors being inaugurated on October 9, 2012. Following a number of setbacks, the NSIA began investing in the third quarter of 2013, with a seed capital of US$1 billion, divided as follows: 20% to the Stabilisation Fund, 40% to the Future Generations Fund, and 40% each to the Nigeria Infrastructure Fund. On November 19th, 2015, the National Executive Council allocated an additional $250 million to the Authority.

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