Head, Audit & Internal Control at Federal University Dutsin-Ma MFB Ltd
Tunde Raji - July 28, 2018

Federal University Dutsin-Ma Microfinance Bank has been duly registered under the Central Bank of Nigeria’s regulations having met the minimum conditions.


The Bank is set to employ competent, visionary and motivated Professionals to fill the position below:


Job Title: Head, Audit and Internal Control

Location: Katsina

Role and Responsibilities

He shall lead the Inspection/Internal control Division of the Bank, and in addition, his responsibilities shall include the following:

  • Review of operations to ensure compliance with policies of the Board as well as regulatory requirements;
  • Investigation of deviations and irregularities;
  • Review of Internal control measures and reporting the Managing Director and the Board;
  • Issuing of routine audit queries and ensures compliance and cooperation of all units;
  • Advising on best practices/procedures; and,
  • Any other duty assigned by the Managing Director or the Board.


Qualifications and Experience

  • A minimum of first degree in Accounting or equivalent plus audit practice background.
  • A minimum post qualification experience of six (6) years is required.


Application Closing Date
28th August, 2018.

Method of Application

Interested and qualified candidates should submits 20 hardcopies of their Applications with all the relevant details to:

The Registrar,
Federal University Dutsin-Ma,
P.M.B. 5001,
Katsina State.



  • Candidates should ensure that three (3) Referees have submitted reports on them to the under signed by the date of closure of receipt of applications.
  • Excellent computer skills innovation and team spirit are desirable for the position.
  • Also, candidates must attach evidence of possession of national identification number, in line with the requirements of the national identification number regulations 2017

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