USAID CEGAH is seeking the services of a current or former auditor and / or inspector general staff with experience working on US detention system oversight to come to Jakarta for a two-
week trip and share the U.S. approach to prison oversight. Level of effort is 25 days (including two weeks in-country). The main objective for this position is to improve internal controls of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights in conducting oversight on the prison system.
Develop a presentation on the U.S. prison oversight system.
Travel to Jakarta.
Review current Indonesian practices of prison oversight and provide comparisons between the US and Indonesian systems.
Present U.S. approach to prison oversight.
Develop a short report on recommendations for improving Indonesian prison oversight.
Work closely with selected audit firm to integrate presentation on the U.S. approach to prison oversight, comparisons between the U.
S. and Indonesian systems, and recommendations into the risk based training for IG Ministry of Law and Human Rights.
Presentation on U.S. approach to prison oversight.
Recommendations for improvement of Indonesian prison oversight system.
Information to be incorporated into the Training Module on Risk Based Audits related to prison management reform developed and delivered by the Audit Firm.
All deliverables should be branded according to the USAID-CEGAH branding & marking requirement
At least 7 years working with Inspectors General, Government Accountability Office or other oversight body at state level, working on oversight of prisons.
Experience in advance audit knowledge, especially in risk based audit selection.
Strong presentation skills.
Comfortable with intercultural communications.
Strong analytical skills.
Ability to travel to Jakarta, Indonesia.
Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
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