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MANAGER, INTERNAL AUDIT
DIVISION: OFFICE OF THE MANAGING DIRECTOR
REPORTS TO: CHAIRMAN OF AUDIT COMMITTEE/MANAGING DIRECTOR
The Manager, Internal Audit conducts independent and objective risk-based reviews to monitor the
operations of the Corporation for the purpose of advising the Managing Director and the Board on
the efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability of management policies, practices, and control.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provides assistance and recommendations in identifying/managing and mitigating risks
which will impact on the Corporation’s performance
Presents audit reports and recommendations on operational improvements to the Audit
Manages the audit planning cycle; determines the adequacy of direction and scope of
proposed audits; interprets audit procedures, techniques, and analytical methods to be
Undertakes special reviews, investigations and projects as directed by the Audit Committee
Assesses and evaluates critical risk issues, and make recommendations for measures to
improve and follows up management’s progress towards resolution
Reviews all aspects of the business to determine control/risk management procedures
Liaises with external auditors as necessary when audits of the financial statements are
Provides advice and solutions to resolve audit issues
Supervises assigned workforce, monitoring, appraising, motivating and disciplining as required
Professional qualifications such as CPA and/or ACCA
Auditing methodology and knowledge of financial systems and the standards and conventions
in relation to auditing and risk management
At least five (5) years auditing experience at a senior level
The closing date for applications is 15th May 2014.
Please note that unsuitable and late applications will not be acknowledged.
Applications should be addressed to: -
Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation
National Mail Centre
240-250 Golden Grove Road
Trinidad and Tobago OR Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
FLORIDA—Russell Henley made birdie on half of
his holes yesterday in The Players Championship,
which was more than enough to atone for one big
Henley responded to a double bogey on the seventh
hole with a 30 on the back nine of the TPC Sawgrass
for a 7-under 65, giving him a two-shot lead among
the early starters on a day and a golf course that was
ideal for scoring.
Sergio Garcia, who last year spent most of his
week at The Players in a verbal feud with Tiger
Woods, was among eight players who had a 67. That
group included Masters runner-up Jordan Spieth,
Lee Westwood and US Open champion Justin Rose.
Dustin Johnson and Ernie Els were at 68.
It was plenty tricky for Phil Mickelson. Off to his
slowest start ever on the PGA Tour, he continued
his up-and-down season with a 75. The four players
who have a mathematical chance to move to No 1
in the world—Adam Scott, Henrik Stenson, Masters
champion Bubba Watson and Matt Kuchar—all played
in the afternoon.
Garcia is in a much happier place, with his golf
and his mind. The verbal sparring with Garcia and
Woods, who went on to win The Players, went well
into the weekend and ended badly for the Spaniard
when he made a racially insensitive comment at an
awards banquet in London.
Garcia won in Qatar earlier this year, and he has
a good history at Sawgrass. Brian Stuard, Gonzalo
Fernandez-Castano and Torrey Pines winner Scott
Stallings also were at 67. (AP)
LONDON—The English Football Association has
fined Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho £13,000
(US$16,900) for bringing the game into disrepute
with sarcastic comments about match officials.
The FA announced the fine yesterday evening.
Following Chelsea’s 2–1 Premier League defeat to
Sunderland on April 19—which saw his assistant Rui
Faria sent to the stands and later given a six-match
stadium ban—Mourinho sarcastically described referee
Mike Dean’s performance as “unbelievable” and “fan-
He was equally sarcastic about the performance
of referees’ chief Mike Riley.
The FA found that Mourinho’s comments, in them-
selves, did not question the officials’ integrity but
amounted to disrepute and improper conduct.
The loss ended a 77-game undefeated run for
Mourinho at Stamford Bridge during two different
spells in charge of Chelsea. (AP)
gestures as he
Norwich City at
stadium in London,
on May 4. AP PHOTO
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