City of Bulawayo

Internal Auditor: Information Systems (Grade: 9) x3

City of Bulawayo
Feb. 22, 2024
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Job Description


Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced candidates to fill in the above mentioned position.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assesses the effectiveness of controls on the City’s Information Communication Technology systems, applications, networks and associated operational areas.
  • Performs Information Communication Technology policy compliance, business continuity, system implementation, security incident and other recurring Information Communication Technology audits.

Qualifications and Experience

  • A Bachelor of Business Management and Information Technology degree or equivalent
  • A professional audit certification such as Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) is an added advantage.


  • At least 2 years experience in an Information Communication Technology/audit work environment.

The Package:

  • The City of Bulawayo offers an attractive package comprising a competitive salary plus a number of fringe benefits, details of which will be revealed to the shortlisted applicants.


How to Apply

Applications in envelopes clearly marked “Internal Auditor (Forensic & Fraud Investigations) or Internal Auditor (Information Systems)” should be sent along with a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae, copies of Identity Card and relevant academic/professional certificates supported by three professional traceable referees.

Applications to be posted to:

The Human Capital Director

City of Bulawayo

P.O Box 558


Or dropped at

Ground Floor,

Municipal Buildings (Tower Block)

L Takawira Mugabe & R G Mugabe


The City of Bulawayo is an equal opportunities employer.


Deadline: 22 February 2024

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City of Bulawayo

Bulawayo, the heart of a tremendous wide sweep of the western parts of Zimbabwe, is the second largest city in Zimbabwe with a population of about 1, 5 million fully integrated people of different races, tribal groupings and cultural backgrounds.

The City of Bulawayo is located on an area selected by the last of the local Matebele Kings, for his personal Kraal. Government House now stands on the actual site.

This is the first capital established by king Lobengula in 1870 when he emerged as successor to king Mzilikazi his father and founder of the Ndebele state. Initially named "Gibixhegu" the capital was later named "ko Bulawayo" and the king lived here until 1881.

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