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About Company: The National Gender and Equality Commission, NGEC, was formally known as the National Commission on Gender and Development, NCGD under the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Development. The NGEC is not explicitly mentioned by name in the New Constitution. Rather, it is a 'successor in title' Commission created from the Kenya National Human Rights and Equality Commission, KNHREC. The objectives of this Commission are mainly to promote gender equality and freedom from discrimination.
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 Hold a Bachelor’s Degree from a university recognized in Kenya;
 Knowledge and experience in either one or more of the following fields: Accounting, Auditing, Finance Management, Risk Management, or Any other relevant discipline.
 Preferably a member of a professional body and in good standing.
3. Other Requirements
 Have a good understanding of National Government operations and financial management;
 Have a good understanding of the mandate of the National Gender and Equality Commission;
 Able to dedicate sufficient time to the performance of Audit Committee work.
 Fulfil the requirements of Chapter 6 of the Constitution of Kenya.
i. Evaluating whether processes are in place to address key roles and responsibilities in relation to risk management.
ii. Evaluating the adequacy of the control environment to provide reasonable assurance that the systems of internal control are of a high standard and functioning as intended.
iii. Performing an independent review of the financial statements to ensure the integrity and transparency of the financial reporting process.
iv. Monitoring the effectiveness of an entity‘s performance information and compliance with the performance management framework and performance reporting requirements.
v. Evaluating the quality of the internal audit function, particularly in the areas of planning, monitoring and reporting.
vi. Engaging with external audit and assessing the adequacy of management response to issues identified by audit.
vii. Reviewing the effectiveness of how the entity monitors compliance with relevant legislative and regulatory requirements and promotes a culture committed to lawful and ethical behaviour.
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