Jawatan Kosong | Jabatan Audit Negara September 2012
About The Audit Institutions
The Audit Institutions in Malaya has been established during the British Colonial administration in the early 20th Century to strengthen the Government financial management system. At that time, the office of the Auditor General was formed separately into the Federated Malay States and the Straits Settlements. In each of the Federated Malay State, the Institution was known as the Audit Office and was headed by a State Auditor. The headquarters of the Audit Office was situated in Kuala Lumpur and was headed by a Chief Auditor.
State Audit Institution is more structured in terms of the structure and terms of reference began in 1906 in which the Auditor General for the Federated Malay States first appointed WJP Hume. In 1932 the two institutions merged and placed under the control of Colonial Audit Director based in London. Auditing tasks entrusted to the Auditor of the Straits Settlements and the Federated Malay States based in Kuala Lumpur. By the independence of Malaya in 1957, the office of Director of Audit Malaya changed to the Auditor General. Appointment of the Auditor General and responsibilities stipulated under Article 105 of the Federal Constitution and the Audit Act 1957.
The invitation is open to qualified Malaysian citizens to fill vacancies in the Audit Department for the following positions:
- Pemandu Kenderaan Gred R3
- Pembantu Am Pejabat Gred N1
Visit HERE FOR JOB APPLICATION AND HOW TO APPLY
Closing Date 30-9-2012