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EXPORT CENTRES COMPANY LIMITED
TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT
The position requires the incumbent to carry out independent appraisals of policies, procedures, standards and
practices by which the company's financial, physical and related resources are managed. The individual must
also ensure value for money by carrying out reviews on expenditures and financial practices in keeping with
acceptable standards as guided by company's policy.
To determine whether existing systems, practices and controls are in harmony with the structure and
strategic goals of the organization.
To review and report on the accuracy, timeliness and relevance of financial and other information that is
provided for Management.
Establishing controls as a cost effective measure.
Review existing methods of safeguarding assets and, where appropriate verify the existence of such assets
in order to ensure assets are properly managed and accounted for and protected against loss.
Planning and executing detailed audit procedures, including reviewing transactions, documents and records.
Review audit policies and procedures to ensure effectiveness.
Conduct in-house audits and generate audit reports.
Performing related duties and responsibilities.
Must be ACCA qualified
Minimum of five years experience as a Senior Auditor
Member of IIA (Institute of Internal Auditors) will be a definite asset
Ability to work independently
Proven integrity track record
Knowledge of audit procedures, including planning and implementation skills
Ability to generate analyses and evaluate facts in order to present concise oral and written reports.
Applications, including Curriculum Vitae, Names and Addresses of two referees with contact numbers should
be submitted to:
Ms. Marla Makhan
The Board Secretary
Export Centres Company Limited,
72-73 Eastern Main Road Mt Hope or
e-mail to: email@example.com
Contact Number: 674-0476 ext 63/35
Closing date for the receipt of all applications should be no later than January 3rd , 2014
The Company expresses its appreciation to all Applicants who have shown an interest, but advises that only
those deemed suitable will be contacted.
CARACAS---The price of the world s
cheapest gasoline will start to nudge
higher for the first time in years if
Venezuela s president has his way---and
he usually does.
President Nicolas Maduro said he
favours raising gas prices that have been
stuck at around five cents a gallon for
nearly two decades.
That s practically a giveaway, he said,
and one that Latin America s biggest
oil producer pays dearly for in terms of
revenue lost to the government that
could be used to fight poverty and pro-
mote economic development.
Successive Venezuelan leaders have
balked at raising gasoline prices since an
increase triggered days of deadly rioting
in 1989 that forced a rollback.
Maduro said an eventual price hike
would come at an "opportune time," after
a government-led campaign explaining
to poor Venezuelans how much money
is spent subsidising motorists and assuring
them an increase won t add to inflation
now running at nearly a two-decade high
of 54 per cent. Any increase should be
phased in over three years, he said. (AP)
Venezuela's president calls for higher gas prices
LIMA---Peru says special
forces troops have
destroyed 20 clandestine
landing strips used to fly
drugs out of the jungle to
Bolivia and Brazil.
Military authorities said
Wednesday that the landing
strips were guarded by left-
ist Shining Path rebels, who
finance their struggle by
protecting drug traffickers.
Joint Command chief
Adm Jose Cueto and
national police chief Gen
Jorge Flores say the opera-
tion in the valley of the
Apurimac, Ene and Mantaro
rivers was conducted by 224
security agents using five
tons of explosives, 10 hel-
icopters and five hovercrafts.
They say security forces
also destroyed 24 wells used
to process coca leaves, the
base ingredient for making
HAVANA---Cuba says it s
opening its automobile
market by eliminating a
special permit that strictly
limited the number of
people allowed to buy
vehicles from the state.
The government has a
monopoly on the sale of
imported new and used
vehicles, and has required
any potential buyer to
obtain a special card from
the Transport Ministry
authorizing the purchase
of a car.
Official media said yes-
terday that the card was
being eliminated in favour
of new regulations, which
would be made public in
coming days. (AP)
woman filmed crushing
mice for a fetish video has
been convicted of violat-
ing animal protection
laws and fined.
The dpa news agency
reported that a court in
Koblenz ordered the 29-
year-old former German
army soldier yesterday to
pay €1,500 euros ($2,000)
to an animal shelter.
The woman, whose
name wasn t given in
keeping with German pri-
vacy laws, was convicted
of making a video in which
she taped 33 mice to the
ground and then stepped
on them one by one. (AP)
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