At Saroafrica International, we believe in turning challenges, stemming from customers’ needs into success stories. This has motivated and inspired our journey from the beginning.
Our flagship company, Saro Agrosciences, was founded out of a desire to satisfy under-served customers in the crop protection industry especially with the departure of multinationals due to an unfavorable economic environment in 1991.Duties / Responsibilities
Review Agribusiness value chain strategies and evaluate the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance process in Agro-allied operations.
Support in the formulation and implementation of business strategy in agribusiness in line with global best practices.
Ensure Good Agricultural Practices for Oil Palm cultivation (i.e Seedling to Harvesting End-To-End Process) and Plantation
Maintenance is properly documented, implemented, and the same reviewed periodically in line with the emerging Agrotechnology
Ensure the Nursey program is planned and reviewed by Management and same is well monitored periodically. Review and monitor controls over Agro inputs and other inventories (Receipt, Storage & Disbursement Process)
Monitor the cost of agricultural inputs per hectare and ensure it is not higher than the industry average
Review and monitor controls over all plantation services outsourced to 3rd parties
Review and monitor adherence to Security controls / procedures in the plantation
Engage with process owners to make professional recommendations with respect to farm performance in Nutrient management, Soil & Water Management, Pest Management, Weed management, and Crop management.
Review plantation activities, identify and report on control gaps and/or non-compliances that require audit intervention
Follow-up with process owners to ensure timely closure of identified control gaps and/or non-compliances in line with agreed timelines and provide periodic reports on the implementation status of audit recommendations Daily / Weekly / Monthly report on the management of Agro-input and other inventories (Receipt, Storage & Disbursement)
Daily / Weekly / Monthly report on compliance with Good Agricultural Practices with respect to Oil Palm cultivation and Plantation Maintenance
Daily / Weekly / Monthly report on compliance with Plantation Security procedures.
The Plantation Auditor must demonstrate full understanding and have clarity about Saro's core values, guidelines, and policies, and must ensure strict adherence to the company’s Core Values, Code of Conduct, and all Guidelines, Policies and Procedures always.
The Plantation Auditor could be assigned additional responsibilities or roles as may be deemed necessary by the ED, ARCG, or the MD of Saroafrica International.
Education and Experience
Minimum of a Second Class Upper in Accounting from a reputable university
Professional certification in accounting will be an added advantage
Minimum of 2 years’ Audit experience
Goodknowledge and use of Microsoft Office packages & ERP systems (Knowledge of Navision& SharePoint will be an added advantage).
Age Requirement: 30 years and below.
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