Friendly and supportive environment with great opportunities to learn
Internal Auditor Assistant (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 9 July 2013
The engagement interview was fun but yet challenging. The first interview was with the manager of the advancement office. As we were doing an audit program about the student awards, the advancement office can provide a lot of helpful information such as how the donors set up the rules and their feed back on the university's utilization of their money. The interview lasted for an hour. I was excited about learning how different department at the university work together to make best use of the student awards. But at the same time, it was complicated than I expected and I got lost sometimes. In order to catch up, I organized my notes and confirmed the key points with my supervisor immediately after the meeting.
I love interaction with people. Through the interview, I develop a better idea of how to ask question in a tactful and respective way to get the information needed.
Supportive supervisors; Helpful references; Independent working environment