Current Open Positions
Last Updated: August 29, 2014
Information on work study positions is posted daily (typically early in the morning).** If you are interested in arranging an interview or discussing other aspects of the program, please come to the Human Resources Office during our walk-in hours. Positions open and close throughout the semester, so please be sure to check here frequently.Students will be referred for interviews on a first come first served basis. Positions may close during the course of the day.
2014-2015 Academic Year Work Study positions will NOT be posted until after September 7th
Available Positions - Work Study NOT Required - Academic Year 2014-2015
Position: Student Auditor
Department: Internal Audit
Requirements: Work Study Award is NOT Required
Description: The Office of Internal Audit is seeking Accounting, Finance, and other Business majors for a Student Auditor position which will be approximately 30 hours per week during the Summer and/or 15-20 hours per week Academic Year. The Student Auditor will be assigned to an Internal Audit Manager or Director and will work on various audits and projects that are part of the normal and daily activities of the University's Internal Audit department. The Student Auditor will be exposed to the some or all of the following:
1. COSO ERM Framework
2. COBIT Framework
3. Computer Aided Auditing Techniques
4. Financial Auditing (Internal and External)
5. Information Technology Auditing
6. Operational Auditing
7. Internal Control Auditing
8. The Professional Practices Requirements of the Institute of Internal Auditors
9. Governance, Risk and Compliance Frameworks and Methodologies
10. Frameworks for Internal Control Environments
11. Professional Ethics Requirements and Practices
During the normal school year, Student Auditors will be given the opportunity to earn academic credit through Internships and will also be compensated for time worked. During the summer, students will only be compensated for time worked and no academic credits will be available. The number of academic credits that can be earned and the criteria for awarding academic credit will be determined by Dean of the School of Business. Students will compete for positions and continued participation from one time frame to the next (Summer, Fall, Spring) will be dependent on the Student's performance.
Qualifications: Upperclassman status in Accounting, Finance, or other Business major; High standards of professionalism, responsibility, and accuracy; Proficiency using personal computer and related software; Ability to work 30 hours per week during Summer and/or 15-20 hours per week during Academic Year.
How to Apply: All interested students should submit a cover letter and resume to the Director of Internal Audit, Aaron Mitcham at firstname.lastname@example.org.