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We are seeking a dynamic and highly-motivated Internal Auditor to oversee the
planning and organizing of the activities of Internal Audit including the preparation
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Either CIA, ACCA, CIMA, ACA or Acceptable University Accounting Qualification.
Computer Literate -- Dynamics SL or similar type accounting software, MS Excel ,MS
Word, PowerPoint, Computer based auditing
Thorough understanding of the principles and application of good corporate
governance, business and operational risk, internal control processes and procedures.
Thorough knowledge of audit procedures, including risk driven audit planning
techniques and methods used to examine, verify, and analyse business and
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Good interpersonal and communication (written and oral) skills and strong work
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by 30th May 2014
PARIS---Rafael Nadal s path to a record-extending
ninth French Open title could take him through
a series of matches against the men who beat him
on clay this season.
The top-seeded Nadal was drawn yesterday to
possibly face No 21 Nicolas Almagro in the fourth
round, then No 5 David Ferrer in the quarterfinals.
"Those are opponents that know how to play
well on clay," Nadal said. "But it s never easy."
The other men s quarterfinal matchups could be
No 2 Novak Djokovic vs No 8 Milos Raonic, No 3
Stan Wawrinka vs No 7 Andy Murray, and No 4
Roger Federer vs No 6 Tomas Berdych.
The possible women s quarterfinals are No 1 Ser-
ena Williams vs No 7 Maria Sharapova in what
would be a rematch of last year s final won by
Williams, No 2 Li Na vs No 6 Jelena Jankovic, No
3 Agnieszka Radwanska vs No 8 Angelique Kerber,
and No 4 Simona Halep vs No 5 Petra Kvitova.
Ferrer, who lost to Nadal in the 2013 final at
Roland Garros, upset him in the Monte Carlo quar-
terfinals last month.
Almagro ended Nadal s 41-match winning streak
in Barcelona by beating him in the quarterfinals
there a week later.
Those defeats were both in best-of-three-set
matches. The French Open, like all Grand Slam
tournaments, uses a best-of-five format for men,
and Nadal was asked yesterday whether that gives
him an advantage on clay.
"I give my most every point, every game, every
set. Whether it s (best of) three or five, if you want
to win, you have to play well," he said.
Nadal has three losses on clay in a season for
the first time since 2004, when he was only 17 and
had yet to play a match at the French Open. He
was beaten in the Rome final last weekend
by Djokovic; they only could meet in the
final in Paris.
Djokovic has won the pair s last four
meetings, but Nadal is 5-0 head-to-head
at the French Open, including victories in
the 2012 final and 2013 semifinals.
Djokovic, a six-time major champion
who needs a French Open title to complete
a career Grand Slam, and Federer, owner
of a record 17 major titles, were drawn to
meet in the semifinals. Nadal, who stands
third among men with 13 Grand Slam tro-
phies, could meet Australian Open cham-
pion Wawrinka in the semifinals.
Nadal is 59-1 for his career at the French
Open, with four titles in a row in 2005-
08 and again in 2010-13.
Williams won the clay-court Grand Slam
tournament in 2002, beating her older sis-
ter Venus in the final, then waited 11 years
before adding a second French Open trophy
The Williams sisters were drawn to face
each other in the third round, which would
be their earliest meeting at a Grand Slam
tournament since their very first matchup,
in the second round of the 1998 Australian
Venus is seeded 29th at the French
Open. She s won seven Grand Slam singles
titles, 10 fewer than Serena, who holds a
14-10 edge in head-to-head matches.
"It never gets easier," Serena said. "She s
essentially the love of my life, so it s def-
initely difficult." (AP)
Defending champions Serena Williams
of the US and Spain's Rafael Nadal pose
during the draw for the French Open
Tennis tournament, at the Roland
Garros stadium in Paris, yesterday. The
French Open tennis tournament starts
tomorrow. At left is the women's trophy,
at right, the men's trophy. AP PHOTO
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