eNews - February 2014

The President’s Message

Shakeya A. McDow
2013/14 President – Dallas IIA
president@dallasiia.org

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Academic Relations

Meeting 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Lunch to start being served at 11:45am
Registration begins at 11:30am

EY Generations Research Study
Beth Hopkins, Director at Ernst & Young

Objective: The objective of the session is to review the EY generational research study and its findings.

EY includes generation differences among many of the cultural components related to building highest performing teams.  The research is one way to better educate all of our employees about "what is driving each generation.

From the research, you will specifically learn about:

  • The generational management shift and related perceptions
  • In terms of the work environment, what do the different generations value?
  • Positive and negative characteristics of members of each generation

No prerequisites required.

With 17 years of experience, Beth Hopkins currently serves as the Diversity & Inclusiveness leader of the Southwest Region at EY.  Beth works across the 12 offices in the region with key stakeholders to create a strategy which fosters a diverse workplace culture where all EY people can achieve their potential.  She has a robust history in talent management, recruiting, organizational development, coaching and overall People matters.

Beth also serves as an executive coach for all levels and service lines.  Her focus includes individual/team coaching, assessments, workshops and more.  Beth emphasizes the professional and personal growth of each individual as a key component in achieving highest performing teams.

She serves EY external clients as an advisor, panelist and keynote speaker regarding People matters such as gender, flexibility and inclusiveness in the workplace.  In 2010, she was one of 12 Americas Chairman's Values Award recipients – an internal award highlighting individuals who are role models for the firm’s values.

Beth grew up in a small town in Southeast Arkansas; she graduated with honors from University of Arkansas and moved to Dallas in 1996.  She worked for a marketing firm and Information Technology recruiting firm prior to
Ernst & Young.  She & her husband enjoy traveling, watching movies, taking walks with their dogs, and spending time with family and friends.

 

1 Hour Continuing Professional Education.


CAE Spotlight 12:20pm - 12:30pm
Registration begins at 11:30pm

Chuck Donnelly, Lennox Chief Audit Executive

Objective: The objective of this brief presentation is to provide Insight into the best practices, organizational structure and types of audits performed by an Internal Audit department within the Higher Education industry.

Chuck Donnelly is currently Vice President – Corporate Audit for Lennox International Inc., a $3 Billion global provider of climate control solutions for the heating, air conditioning and refrigeration markets.  Chuck leads a centralized audit staff of 10 from the Lennox headquarters in Richardson.  Prior to his CAE role beginning in November 2011, Chuck was Vice President – Finance for one of the Lennox Business Segments for seven years, and before that was Finance Director for Lennox Europe from 2000 to 2004 and stationed in Lyon France.  Chuck joined Lennox in 1997 as Director of Corporate Audit after having spent 20 years in the oil and gas industry in various Audit, Controllership and Treasury roles.

No prerequisites required.

No Continuing Professional Education provided.


Pre-Meeting 10:30am - 11:30am
Registration begins at 10:00am

Ask the Headhunter
Chris Desjardins, Placement Consultant at Experis

Objective: With the backdrop of the current economic recovery, there has been renewed interest in strategies for finding the right talent.  By the same token, less than half of employees are satisfied with their jobs.  Resultantly, candidates are more selective and are seeking to find the right fit with a future employer.

Recruiters are often part of the hiring and job search process.  However, are you maximizing your relationships with recruiters?  Whether you are recruiting for talent to join your organization or seeking to further your career by looking at opportunities, this session will offer you strategies to maximize your relationships with recruiters for mutual benefit.

Be sure to attend this informative session, where you’ll be able to ask the headhunter…

No prerequisites required

Chris Desjardins has spent an entire career in internal audit, since graduating from Pace University in New York.  He is presently employed by Experis where he is a Permanent Placement Consultant in Finance and Accounting.  He came to Dallas to establish the audit function for Essilor of America and, for eleven years, grew it to offer services including traditional audits, compliance with the French SOX law, financial due diligence on acquisitions, as well as leadership and assistance in various corporate projects.

Mr. Desjardins also gained operational experience during a brief stint as Plant Controller for a chemical manufacturer, turning around a business with a negative profit margin and no accounting systems.  During a two-year period there, he was audited five times.

Mr. Desjardins brings the perspective from all three sides of the talent acquisition desk (as employer, candidate and, now, recruiter).  He is eager to share his experiences, advise on dos and don’ts and propose strategies to have effective relationships with recruiters.


Post-Meeting I 1:30pm - 5:30pm

Managing Ethical Dilemmas for the Texas CPA
Allison M. (Yee) McLeod, LL.N., JD, CPA

Objectives:

  • To educate licensees in ethics of professional accounting as Texas CPAs.
  • To convey the intent of the Rules of Professional Conduct in the performance of professional accounting services/work, not to adhere to the mere technical compliance of such rules.
  • To assist the Texas CPA in applying ethical judgment in interpreting the rules and determining public interest. Public interest should be placed ahead of self-interest, even if it means a loss of job or client.
  • To review and discuss the Rules of Professional Conduct and their implications for persons in a variety of practices, including:
    • CPAs in client practice of public accountancy who perform attest and non-attest services per § 501.52.
    • CPAs employed in industry who provide internal accounting and auditing services.
    • CPA’s employed in education or in government accounting or auditing.

No prerequisites required.

Allison M. (Yee) McLeod, LL.M., JD, CPA, is currently a Senior Lecturer at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. She received Bachelor of Business Administration and Juris Doctor degrees from Baylor University, and a Master of Legal Letters (LL.M.) degree specializing in Taxation from the Southern Methodist University School of Law. Professor McLeod has also studied British and Art History at the University of Sussex, England.

Prior to joining the UNT faculty in 2010, Professor McLeod held the position of Director of Tax Planning and IRS Audits for Lehigh Hanson North America, a major manufacturer of cement, aggregates and other building materials. Her practice included both federal and international tax planning. Professor McLeod also spent thirteen years specializing in Tax Planning with the JCPenney Corporation, Inc., and two years with Deloitte & Touche in Dallas.

Professor McLeod is a licensed to practice law by the State Bar of Texas since 1992 and has been a Certified Public Accountant since 1993. She is a member of the AICPA and the Dallas Chapter of the Tax Executives Institute.

There is an additional charge for this session.

4 Hours Continuing Professional Education.


Post-Meeting II 1:30pm - 2:30pm

Speed Interviewing

Objective: This month’s theme is academic relations, and we are so excited to offer speed interviewing to students interested in the internal audit profession!

Students participating should wear professional attire, wear what you wear for a real interview, and look your best! Students will be interviewed in rapid fire by professionals in 5-minute increments and immediately get feedback on their interview, resume, and anything else.

There will be at least 15 professionals that will conduct the interviews.

If you are interested in assisting with the interviewing, we would love to have your help.  Contact Monica Frazer at 214.820.8327 or monica.frazer@baylorhealth.edu


Meeting Location

Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel
900 E. Lookout Drive · Richardson, Texas 75082


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Pamela Krakosky
reservations@dallasiia.org

May 2015 Social Meeting Prices:

  • Dallas IIA Member $55
  • Other IIA Member or Non-member $65

NO WALK-INs will be allowed. Price includes up to 2 CPE and game ticket; there is no prorated price for attending just one of the meeting day sessions.

Reservations & Payment must be received by 12:00 noon on Wednesday, January 31, 2014.

Registration Cancellation Policy

Current Cancellation date: 5:00p Friday, May 8, 2015

  • You can cancel online until the current cancellation date and receive 100% refund. If you do not cancel by the deadline, you may send a substitute in your place after notifying reservations@dallasiia.org.
  • The substitute may be required to pay an additional fee which would depend on their membership status (Member, Student Member or Non-Member). To cancel your registration after the cancellation date, please send an email to CANCEL@dallasiia.org .

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This year is the Dallas IIA’s 65th Anniversary, and we encourage you to celebrate with us this year at our monthly meetings and conferences! Please use the hashtag #DIIA65 to post about this incredible anniversary. We encourage you to submit Dallas IIA photos, stories, memories, or anything else using the hashtag #DIIA65, so that we may celebrate together!



News from UT Dallas

http://som.utdallas.edu/iaepThe scene looked more like a movie set than a university.  Students were using high-tech surveillance equipment, donning Kevlar vests, and conducting search warrants.  On January 10th, the IRS Criminal Investigation Division hosted the Adrian Project at UT Dallas.  Students in the UT Dallas IIA/ISACA/ACFE chapter were invited to learn from the professionals how to conduct white-collar criminal investigations.  Students were separated into three teams, and each team gathered evidence of suspected wrongdoing through undercover work and other evidence-gathering techniques.  Professionals guided the students through the scenarios, and Assistant U.S. Attorney Andy Williams taught the students the legalities of search and seizure.  After presenting evidence to the magistrate for search warrants, students donned protective gear and served the warrants.  It was an exciting and informative event!

The new semester begins January 13th.  The student chapter will host weekly receptions for companies to present opportunities.  If are you interested in hosting a reception or are interested in recruiting students, please contact mark.salamasick@utdallas.edu.

In addition, registration is still open for the 9th Annual Fraud Conference on March 27th and 28th.  To register, please go to www.dallasiia.org.


Students are donning protective gear.



Students are presenting evidence to the magistrate to secure a search warrant.


IIA Research Foundation

Risk assessment is a core activity that impacts internal auditors on a daily basis. That is why it is so important for everyone in the internal audit function to have the skills and knowledge to assess risk.  The Internal Auditor’s Guide to Risk Assessment will show you how to:

  • Conduct a risk assessment, step by step
  • Use the risk assessment to create the audit plan
  • Align risk assessment to business objectives

This comprehensive guide includes a resource package with:

  • Seven customizable templates for audit universe risk assessments
  • Three customizable templates for engagement risk assessments
  • Scoring criteria and definitions
  • Risk category and risk factor definitions
  • Glossary of key concepts

Whether you are a staff auditor, a new chief audit executive (CAE), or a business professional rotating into an internal audit assignment, this book will equip you to confidently conduct your organization’s risk assessments.
The book can be ordered online at:  http://www.theiia.org/bookstore/product/the-internal-auditors-guide-to-risk-assessment-1689.cfm      (Item number 1134, IIA member price - $110, non-member price - $130)  Also note that this book is available as an eBook and Download PDF.


Certification Programs

Certification News from the IIA

Certified Internal Auditor Educational Requirements:

With approval from the Global Board, the CIA educational requirements now have a provision that allows experienced internal audit practitioners around the globe not possessing a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent to pursue CIA certification.

Candidates may now become eligible for the CIA, subject to approval, who possesses:

Two years’ post-secondary education and five years’ verified experience in internal audit or its equivalent,
OR
Seven years’ verified experience in internal audit or its equivalent.

Individuals who meet the above prescribed criteria may now qualify to pursue CIA certification. This alternative provision opens the door to certification to those accomplished practitioners from around the globe who have had varied educational experiences, but possess the technical knowledge and expertise to obtain the designation.

For more information on CIA eligibility requirements, click here.

Eligibility Requirements for All Certification Programs:

The Board also updated the documentation requirements for candidates to move from an “Applied” to an “Approved” status in all certification programs. Effective Jan. 1, 2014, The IIA must receive and approve the following described candidate documents before a candidate may register for any certification exams.

  • Proof of Identification in the form of a copy of the candidate’s official passport or national identity card. These must indicate current status; expired documents will not be accepted. All documents must be scanned and uploaded through the Document Upload Portal in a manner that ensures the photo is clearly legible.
  • Applicants must indicate their highest level of education on the exam application. Proof of education in the form of a copy of the degree(s) or transcripts is required. These documents should be transmitted to The IIA via the Document Upload Portal.
    • NOTE: Full-time university students who are in their senior (final) year may enter the certification program and sit for exams before completing their education requirement upon approval. To be accepted into the certification program and ultimately achieve certification, they must:
      • Complete the Special Student/Professor application in CCMS.
      • Submit a University Student/Professor Registration form.
      • Complete the education requirement.
  • A Character Reference Form must be completed and signed by an active IIA-certified individual, a current or prior supervisor, or the candidate’s current professor and transmitted to The IIA via the Document Upload Portal.

Effective Jan. 1, 2014, a candidate must provide all three documents indicated above and receive acceptance to the certification program before they can register and sit for any exams. The complete process, instructions, and forms for each certification are available on The IIA’s website, www.theiia.org/certification.

Certification Designation Certificates

After completing the program requirements to earn your CIA, CCSA, CFSA, CGAP or CRMA designation, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with instructions for ordering a certificate through the CCMS.  There is no charge to obtain your certificate unless you choose to upgrade your shipping option.

CIA Review Course

The Dallas Chapter is not currently providing CIA review courses.  There are several on-line study tools available, including the IIA’s CIA Learning System and Gleim’s CIA Review materials.  CIA Model Exam Questions are also available through the IIA.  For more information regarding study materials, please see the CIA Exam Preparation Resources on the IIA website.

Ceremony to Honor New Certifications

This fall, the Dallas IIA Chapter will honor our members who completed their certification examination requirements. Honorees will be contacted via email on how to register. Certificates have or will be mailed by The Institute of Internal Auditors.

CPE Requirements

Practicing CIAs are required to complete a total of 40 hours of acceptable CPE every year.  The IIA accepts CPE credits from several areas including seminar/conference attendance, passing the CIA exam, other certification examinations passed, self-study programs and participation as an officer or committee member in a professional industry organization related to internal auditing.  For more information and a full list of acceptable CPE hours, please see the CPE Requirements for CIAs on the IIA website.  For information regarding reporting, see the CPE Reporting Steps on the IIA website.


Membership News - Community Service

December Toy Drive: Thanks to the generosity of all of our attendees we collected 1 entire Toys For Tots box worth of toys and $150 in cash. It was a tremendous success and I’m sure several children around the DFW area appreciated it.

At the February Meeting, we will be having a food drive for the North Texas Food Bank. We will be collecting the following food and cash donations during the meeting:

  • Soup, Stew or Chili,
  • Low-Sodium Canned Vegetables,
  • Low-Sodium Beans,
  • Canned or Dried Canned Tuna or Chicken Fruit,
  • Canned in Juice or Dried Peanut or Almond Butter
  • Reduced Sugar Pudding Cups
  • 100% Whole Fruit Rolls
  • Whole Grain Crackers and Granola Bars
  • Lightly Salted Trail Mix
  • Brown Rice

Welcome, New Members!

The Dallas IIA Chapter would like to extend a warm welcome to our new members who joined the Chapter in December of 2013:

December 2013 New Members

Brian Higgins
Bruce Barnett
Chen Yang
Doris Chen

Gaji Bissy
James M. Burrell
Lauren Peterson

Neima Golnabi
Rahul Sharma
Salami Femi


Sunera ACL Training

Sunera LLC is offering ACL training courses in Dallas during the week of February 24th. Our courses are designed to enable the inexperienced or novice user to advance their knowledge of ACL to an intermediate level and exposing them to many of the “best practices” used today. Leveraging real world data, we teach you how to overcome the common pitfalls within various data types, as well as how to get the most out of ACL. Attendees will be provided with course materials during training, along with takeaways at the completion of the course.

Courses and Dates:
  • Beginner ACL Course: February 25-26
  • Intermediate ACL Course: February 27-28
  • Complete ACL Course (Combined Beginner and Intermediate Courses): February 25-28

The two-day courses are $750 and are worth 14 CPEs. The four-day course is $1200 is worth 28 CPEs. For more information and to register, visit https://sunera.com/acl-courses/.


SANS Institute Discounts for Courses

The SANS Institute has discounts on three upcoming classes which may be of interest to Dallas IIA members. The first is the introductory course which, Tanya Baccam and Clay Risenhoover just finished writing and will be co-teaching. It's in beta, and the first delivery of it will be at Weaver & Tidwell LLP in Dallas Feb 3-5. The beta is half-price at $1,200. Full course information is available at:

http://www.sans.org/course/foundations-auditing-security-controls-it-systems

Tanya Baccam also has two online audit courses coming up in February, both of which are excellent. One is her three-day Active Directory audit class, and the other is her three-day Oracle audit course. Tanya has arranged a 10% discount on these courses with the discount code "ISACA_CC2014". Information for these courses is available at:

http://www.sans.org/event/cybercon-spring-2014/course/auditing-active-directory-windows

http://www.sans.org/event/cybercon-spring-2014/course/audit-oracle-databases


Dallas CPA Society’s Convergence 2014

The Dallas CPA Society
invites you to attend Convergence 2014, the 10th Anniversary Conference!

Thursday, May 8, 2014
8am – 5pm
InterContinental Dallas Hotel
15400 Dallas Parkway
Dallas, TX  75001

Please join us as we celebrate 10 years of this outstanding event,  
providing top-quality continuing education to North Texas 
accounting and financial industry professionals.

This year’s event will feature 36 sessions of leading-edge information 
presented by nationally-noted experts on topics related to 
taxation, auditing, accounting, business technology, NPOs 
and other relevant and engaging subjects.

For more details and the opportunity to take advantage of our 
Early Bird pricing, please use this link.


IIA Members-Only Webinar Series

Members-only webinars is available exclusively to you as a part of your membership investment! These monthly educational webinars are developed specifically with IIA members in mind!

https://na.theiia.org/training/elearning/Pages/Members-only-Webinars.aspx


Report Your Speaking and Writing

Each speaking engagement on internal auditing that a Dallas Chapter member completes will earn the Chapter 1 credit per CPD hour.  Each full article, Roundtable article, Fraud Finding, etc. submitted that meets basic editorial guidelines will earn 5 credits. For each full article published 20 credits are earned.  Each internal audit related article published in any other trade or professional journal that is authored by a chapter member is 5 credits.

To report your writing and speaking go to http://dallasiia.org/Speaking.htm and complete the online form. If you have any questions, please contact Corinne Bryan at CAP@dallasiia.org.


Employment Opportunities

TIB-The Independent BankersBank  (1/10/14)

TIB- The Independent BankersBank, the Trusted Partner to Community Banks from coast to coast for over 30 years, has an immediate opening for Sr. Audit Associate.

Basic Function:  Perform various internal audit tasks such as conducting internal audits, evaluating the adequacy of key internal controls, and following up on continuous auditing results.  Perform specific tasks for Risk Services, as well as assisting with external audits, as needed.

Major Duties / Accountabilities:
  1. Internal Audit – Plan, conduct, and report on audits of various areas of the bank, in accordance with the international standards established by the Institute of Internal Auditors, and in conformance with the Audit Policy and Charter.  Provide input for and assist in the development of the annual risk-based audit plan and perform duties necessary to achieve the plan’s objectives and scope.
  2. Continuous Auditing – Assess information gathered through continuous auditing efforts and follow up on results.  Provide insight into new, or modifications to existing, areas in which the continuous auditing process can be used.
  3. Key Controls and FDICIA – Periodically perform tests of the bank’s key controls to ensure they are functioning as designed.  Assists in the coordination of the year-end FDICIA certification.
  4. Financial Statement Audit and Regulatory Examination Support – Assist with external auditors and examiners, as needed.  Perform tasks such as confirmation preparation, testing of key controls, gathering requested information, etc.
  5. Risk Services – Assist with Risk Services duties such as insurance updates, vendor management, and business continuity planning.
  6. Legal – Participates in the investigation of embezzlements, fraud, and other losses, as appropriate.
Requirements / Desired Qualifications:
  • 2 to 4 years internal audit or public accounting experience preferred
  • 2 to 4 years financial services industry experience preferred
  • 2 to 4 years audit and risk management experience preferred
  • 4 year degree required, with advanced degree preferred
  • Audit and risk-related certifications (CPA, CIA, CISA, CFSA, CBA, etc.) are preferred
  • The willingness and capability to obtain additional relevant certifications is required
  • Intermediate to advanced PC skills required
  • Basic skills in additional pc based applications, such as Access, Visio, PowerPoint, and Crystal Reports required
  • Ability to demonstrate strong Leadership skills
  • Ability to demonstrate excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work independently
  • Strong analytical and judgment skills
  • Strong project management and organizational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work individually and within a team-oriented, collaborative environment
  • Regular and punctual attendance is required
Software:

MS Excel  MS Word  Outlook   Access
Visio   PowerPoint   Crystal Reports

The link for more information is: http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=TIBBANK&cws=1&rid=149


UT Southwestern Medical Center  (11/25/13)

Senior Auditor (IT)

Job Code: 506803

Job Description
Experience and Education

Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration, information systems or related area. A Master’s degree or professional certification is preferred; Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). Five (5) or more years professional auditing experience is required, preferably with some public accounting or consulting experience. Healthcare or higher education industry experience is highly desirable.

Job Duties

Conducts audits of assigned IT, departmental, financial, and operational activities in accordance with appropriate crediting standards and prescribed departmental standards.
Evaluates effectiveness of management controls surrounding activities under audit and determines compliance with all applicable University policies and procedures.
Develops and reviews audit programs and reports, including audit findings and recommendations for specific action.
Provides working supervision to assigned auditors, including performance evaluations at completion of each audit.
Prepares and reviews work papers as basis for supporting work performed, conclusions drawn, and findings and recommendations included in audit report.
Remains abreast of current developments in auditing.
Conducts or assists in investigation of alleged theft, misuse of funds, or other defalcations, determines cause, extent of loss, and means of prevention.
Conducts information technology audits.
Maintains effective working relationships with audit personnel to achieve objectives of auditing assignments.
Assists in performing special reviews and analyses.
Performs other duties as assigned.

**Other Duties: Performs other duties as assigned.

Equal Employment Opportunity:
To the extent provided by applicable law, no person shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any program or activity sponsored or conducted by The University of Texas System or any of its component institutions, on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, or disability.


Internal Auditor Sr

Security

This position is security-sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code 51.215, which authorizes UT Southwestern to obtain criminal history record information

Salary

Salary Negotiable

Experience and Education

Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration, information systems or related area. A Master’s degree or professional certification is preferred; Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). Five (5) or more years professional auditing experience is required, preferably with some public accounting or consulting experience. Healthcare or higher education industry experience is highly desirable.

Job Duties
  • Conducts audits of assigned departmental, financial, and operational activities in accordance with appropriate crediting standards and prescribed departmental standards.
  • Evaluates effectiveness of management controls surrounding activities under audit and determines compliance with all applicable University policies and procedures.
  • Develops and reviews audit programs and reports, including audit findings and recommendations for specific action.
  • Provides working supervision to assigned auditors, including performance evaluations at completion of each audit.
  • Prepares and reviews work papers as basis for supporting work performed, conclusions drawn, and findings and recommendations included in audit report.
  • Remains abreast of current developments in auditing.
  • Conducts or assists in investigation of alleged theft, misuse of funds, or other defalcations, determines cause, extent of loss, and means of prevention.
  • Conducts information technology audits.
  • Maintains effective working relationships with audit personnel to achieve objectives of auditing assignments.
  • Assists in performing special reviews and analyses.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

**Other Duties: Performs other duties as assigned.


Internal Auditor II

Job Code: 506801

Security

This position is security-sensitive and subject to Texas Education Code 51.215, which authorizes UT Southwestern to obtain criminal history record information

Salary

Salary Negotiable

Experience and Education

Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration, information systems or related area and 2-4 years of professional experience, preferably in an public auditing or consulting environment. Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Public Accountant or Certified Information Systems Auditor is preferred.

Job Duties
  • Conducts less complex audits or parts of larger audits involving accounting, financial, and operational activities in accordance with appropriate accrediting standards and prescribed departmental policies.
  • Evaluates effectiveness of management controls surrounding activities under audit and their compliance with all applicable University policies and procedures.
  • Provides input for, and assists in, drafting of audit reports, development of audit findings and recommendations for specific remedial actions.
  • Prepares work papers to support work performed, findings, and recommendations included in audit reports.
  • Assists in investigations of alleged theft, misuse of funds, or other defalcations to determine their cause, extent of loss, and means of prevention.
  • Maintains effective working relationships with audit personnel to achieve objectives of auditing assignments.
  • Remain abreast of current developments in auditing.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

**Other Duties: Performs other duties as assigned.


More information on all these positions:
http://www.utsouthwestern.edu/careers/index.html

or, contact our HR rep Charlotte Williams – charlotte.williams@utsouthwestern.edu


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