Internal Auditor Job Description Sample
Support the Group Head of Audit to design and deliver the audit plan;
Ensure appropriate coverage of business risks and timely delivery of audits;
Provide assurance over the control environment to mitigate the key risks;
Provide audit assurance during key change projects
Provide quality business support in integrated audits working closely with IT audit colleagues;
Manage business audits that can cover a breadth of topics including BAU processes, change projects, corporate developments and mergers and acquisitions;
Help select external SME resources to support reviews as required;
Manage the allocated resource to help complete audit objectives;
Be an active member of the Group internal audit team;
Write high quality audit reports and help management identify appropriate actions based on the issues identified;
Develop and maintain professional and productive relationships with all key stakeholders.
Be willing to challenge existing internal process and direction to ensure continued control improvement.
Collaborate with other group internal auditors (LCH, UK, Italy) to deliver global audits
Candidate Profile / Key Skills
The candidate will have significant experience within business or corporate audit, operational risk management or in any other relevant position.
Will have led complex audit reviews or change projects through all major aspects of planning, field work and reporting.
Will need to demonstrate the ability to lead an audit from start to finish and produce high quality output.
Ability to quickly understand a complex company that is growing and diversifying its activities through both acquisitions and organic projects.
The candidate will need to demonstrate good overall business and finance skills ideally with practical experience in working with first or second line of defence.
Must have excellent communication and report writing skills, in particular needs to demonstrate ability to communicate complex risks and issues in simple non-technical terms all the way to executive management and the board where required.
Ability to work collaboratively within the team and across businesses
Proven ability to influence and work in potentially challenging environments.
Solid understanding of capital markets and financial information. Experience in a capital markets infrastructure provider would be a plus.
Must work well within a team and be able to work alone as required.
An accounting or professional designation would be preferable.
Goal oriented and able to deliver high quality work under time constraints
People are at the heart of what we do and drive the success of our business. Our colleagues thrive personally and professionally through our shared values of Integrity, Partnership, Innovation and Excellence are at the core of our culture. We embrace diversity and actively seek to attract people with unique backgrounds and perspectives. We are always looking at ways to become more agile so we meet the needs of our teams and customers. We believe that an inclusive collaborative workplace is pivotal to our success and supports the potential and growth of all colleagues at LSEG.
A career with London Stock Exchange Group offers you the opportunity to be at the centre of the financial community. As well as competitive salaries and a range of attractive benefits, we maximise each employee's potential through personal development plans, training, coaching and mentoring.
The Internal Audit Department aims to provide assurance to the Board's Audit Committee and Executive Management as well as contribute to Crown's continuous improvement by adding value through our efforts. The Department must deliver a systematic, disciplined approach of evaluating and improving the effectiveness of Crown's control, governance, and risk management processes.
The Internal Auditor will be an ambitious professional, stimulated by the contemporary practice of internal audit and will report directly to the Manager of Internal Audit. The Internal Auditor will be expected to offer continuous improvements to the Department, particularly in regards to testing methodologies and end products.
More specifically, the position qualifications are listed below and are followed by the requisite skills and responsibilities.
BS in Accounting or related field required.
Achievement of or progress towards professional certification, CPA, CIA preferred; CISA, CFE valued.
Experience at one of the following:
Big Four or large regional public accounting firm
Internal Audit experience from a large, manufacturing entity
This position requires overnight travel, domestic and international, of approximately 25-30%.
Valid passport required
2nd language skills (Spanish and/or Portuguese) are highly valued.
Integrity and Objectivity.
Decisiveness and wherewithal to support opinion when challenged.
Strong team player.
Actively seek and accept constructive advice/feedback.
Initiative and entrepreneurial thinking.
Understand and apply Company's internal controls and accounting policies, as well as Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS).
Develop, and leverage, knowledge of Crown's information systems and their application.
Identify risk and assess the effectiveness of control activities; including performance of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOx) testing of the design and effectiveness of internal controls over financial reporting.
Create organized stand alone workpapers to support audit testing and report findings.
Review workpapers and report drafts to ensure that all significant accounting, auditing and reporting issues have been identified and communicated.
Complete assignments in a timely fashion.
Evaluate and improve on the effectiveness and efficiency of the audit process by continually challenging and improving our audit procedures.
Utilize exposure gained from assignments to build knowledge of the company's business for future opportunities outside of Internal Audit.
Contribute to on-going risk assessment.
Miscellaneous duties as assigned.
Professionally and effectively interact with all levels of Department, Plant, Divisional and Corporate Management.
Ensure that work product is complete and that all issues are appropriately raised.
Inform the Manger of Internal Audit of assignment progress on a real-time basis.
Strategically identify and use the best medium of communicating for any given situation.
Utilize good listening skills.
Draft reports for Manager's review, ensuring that issues are clearly and fairly communicated.
Market the Department and the services available to end users.
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Echo Global Logistics, based in Chicago, is a leading provider of technology-enabled transportation and supply chain management services. Headquartered in Chicago with more than 30 offices around the country, Echo offers freight brokerage and Managed Transportation solutions for all major modes, including truckload, partial truckload, LTL, intermodal and expedited. Echo maintains a proprietary, web-based technology platform that compiles and analyzes data from its network of over 40,000 transportation providers to serve clients across a wide range of industries and simplify the critical tasks involved in transportation management.
We are seeking an internal auditor in our expanding Internal Audit department, working under the direction of audit leadership and management, supporting our Sox compliance and operational audit efforts. This individual typically is involved in activities such as the execution of detailed programs for audits, the review of financial, operational, compliance and risk systems, processes and procedures to determine efficiency, effectiveness and alignment with internal policies, procedures and regulations.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Facilitate management's SOX assessment by evaluating the design and operating effectiveness of documented controls
Execute work, per audit programs to ensure control weaknesses are identified and action plans are created and implemented
Assist in drafting post audit reports in preparation for presentation to senior leaders
Provide support for discussions of findings and recommendations with appropriate Leadership
Prepare work papers to document audit procedures performed as well as test key controls and document noted expectations
Ability to understand and visually map end-to-end processes in different areas of the company
Coordinate with external auditors and business process owners on audit related matters
Incorporate the use of computer-assisted audit tools and techniques when deemed cost-effective.
Education and/or Experience:
Bachelor's degree in accounting or a related degree with an emphasis in business or accounting.
Working towards or holding a Professional certification such as CPA or CIA
Public accounting firm experience is desirable but not required
One to two years Internal Audit or External Audit experience preferred.
Strong project management and communication skills required
Other preferred knowledge and experience in:
Computer-assisted audit tools and techniques
IIA or similar internal audit standards
General Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Ability to observe and understand business processes ensuring processes are documented completely and accurately
Solid listening skills and ability to identify gaps in logic – inquisitive
Strong organization and follow up skills including the ability to handle competing priorities and meet all deadlines and commitments
Possess an appropriate combination of technical expertise in fields such as auditing, finance, technology, operations, or investigations
Ability to flourish in a fast-paced, complex environment and willing to adapt to change
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or Vietnam era or other protected veteran.
Under general supervision of a more experienced auditor, assists with Financial, Operational, IT audits or investigations. Reviews and tests the design and effectiveness of internal controls for a specific portion of the audit. Identifies the need for recommendations and improvements in internal control.
Assists with a variety of audits in accordance with audit programs through the application of established policies and procedures.
Attends kickoff and closing meetings. May assist in preparing the agenda for these meetings.
Utilizes audit techniques to document and determine the effectiveness of internal controls (i.e. interviews, observation, flow charting, compliance and substantive testing). Able to independently identify risks in a given process.
May participate in investigations being performed by the Internal Audit function.
Based on changes or new information arising in the audit process, adjusts to changes made to audit programs to address these changes.
Identifies audit concerns, and effectively communications, as identified, to audit team.
Prepares draft audit findings including recommendations resulting from audit for formal report to immediate supervisor. Assists in preparing reports for reviews.
Adheres to detailed project timelines.
Walgreens Boots Alliance is the first global pharmacy-led, health and wellbeing enterprise. Our purpose is to help people across the world lead healthier and happier lives.
Walgreens Boots Alliance was created through the combination of Walgreens and Alliance Boots in December 2014. This transaction brought together two leading companies with iconic brands, complementary geographic footprints, shared values and a heritage of trusted healthcare services through pharmaceutical wholesaling and community pharmacy care, dating back more than 100 years.
Walgreens Boots Alliance is the largest retail pharmacy, health and daily living destination across the USA and Europe. Walgreens Boots Alliance and the companies in which it has equity method investments together have a presence in more than 25 countries and employ more than 400,000 people. The company is a global leader in pharmacy-led, health and wellbeing retail and, together with the companies in which it has equity method investments, has over 13,200 stores in 11 countries as well as one of the largest global pharmaceutical wholesale and distribution networks, with over 390 distribution centers delivering to more than 230,000 pharmacies, doctors, health centers and hospitals each year in more than 20 countries. In addition, Walgreens Boots Alliance is one of the world's largest purchasers of prescription drugs and many other health and wellbeing products.
Bachelor's Degree in finance, accounting, business management, computer science, quantitative analysis, or other business fields of study OR High School Diploma/GED and at least 3 years of experience in financial/operational auditing or information technology auditing.
Knowledge of internal control concepts (risk and control).
Intermediate level skill in Microsoft Excel (for example: using SUM function, setting borders, setting column width, inserting charts, using text wrap, sorting, setting headers and footers and/or print scaling).
Intermediate level skill in Microsoft PowerPoint (for example: applying a theme, formatting character spacing, inserting a picture, changing slide layout and theme colors, adding transitions, customizing slide numbers, changing chart style and/or formatting font).
Intermediate level skill in Microsoft Word (for example: inserting headers, page breaks, page numbers and tables and/or adjusting table columns).
Willing to travel up to 15% of the time for business purposes.
Master's Degree or MBA.
Internship experience in an analytical role.
Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Information System's Auditor (CISA).
Experience in the Retail, Pharmaceutical, Healthcare or Distribution industry.
Knowledge of statistical sampling procedures.
Basic level skill in Microsoft Access (for example: opening a table in datasheet view, entering data, filtering data, creating a form, modifying a form layout, applying themes, running, sorting and saving queries, creating and formatting a report, changing report test, adding an image, printing labels, navigating through records, and/or exporting to Excel).
Experience evaluating information to determine compliance with standards, laws, or regulations.
Knowledge of Sarbanes Oxley requirements.
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Marathon Oil Corporation (NYSE: MRO) is an independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company based in Houston, Texas. With a material position in four of the best oil-rich U.S. resource plays in different stages of development, we offer a variety of career opportunities, whether you're a recent college graduate or an experienced professional. You'll have the tools to develop and refine the skills and knowledge you need to succeed.
Marathon Oil Corporation (Company) Internal Audit group is looking for an internal auditor. This group is responsible for performing operational audits, regulatory compliance reviews, anti-corruption compliance audits and vendor audits. The candidate must be knowledgeable of audit standards (i.e., International Professional Practices Framework) and experienced in assessing processes and controls, as well as providing timely completion and reporting of assigned audit work.
Audits generally cover areas of significant risk or complexity. The auditor has the potential to be exposed to all components of the Company and its management. The auditor gains an understanding of the operations, assesses the internal controls and performs tests to ensure the controls are working as intended. The auditor meets with the auditees to discuss concerns and works with the auditees in developing corrective action plans to improve controls. Auditors can work individually or in teams and will lead audits, as well as serve in a staff position on audit teams. Continuing education is emphasized and selected training is provided to supplement individual professional development. The ideal candidate must be proactive and engaging with an ability to work independently in completion of audits and issuing of audit reports.
Ability to assess an organization and identify risk areas and controls intended to mitigate those risks.
Planning and executing audit assignments, including development of audit procedures to verify that controls are effective and, if warranted, works with auditees to identify solutions to control deficiencies.
Communicates audit progress and any issues to auditees throughout the engagement. The auditor is expected to effectively conduct entrance and exit meetings, communicate findings throughout the engagement, obtain auditee concurrence and responses to corrective actions, and prepare audit reports.
Develops and maintains professional skillsets necessary to proactively perform within audit standards and methodologies and to appropriately interact with auditees and peers.
Works effectively in a team environment.
Takes an active role in the Internal Audit Organization's effort to promote internal controls and controls awareness throughout the Company.
Use, and actively promote the use of, data analytics.
The position requires domestic and international travel approximately 5-10% of the time.
- Bachelor of Science Degree
- 3 years of experience in audit
Degree in Accounting or Management Information Systems
Certifications/Licenses CPA or CIA
Upstream oil and gas experience
Experience with auditing tools such as TeamMate
Marathon Oil Company will take the necessary action to ensure that applicants are treated without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, veteran status or other protected status under applicable employment law.
If you are a current Marathon employee please use the ERP website to submit referrals.
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Participate in annual assessment of risks to financial statement reporting and identification of internal controls mitigating such risks. Responsible for testing identified controls to support management's annual report regarding effectiveness of controls over financial statement reporting, as required by Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Work with appropriate Company personnel to enhance business practices and internal controls and report findings for improvement or compliance in written reports.
Perform business process walkthroughs
Perform regulatory, financial and operational audits, compliance audits and special projects.
Assist in audits of internal controls.
Report audit findings and any deficiencies identified to Senior Internal Auditor.
Examine and evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of business process controls.
Provide advisory and consulting services to improve efficiency, effectiveness, and utilization of company assets.
Perform a wide variety of ad hoc special projects.
Follows standardized processes and procedures to complete most responsibilities; may be depended on to weigh alternatives and choose the best solution or course of action.
Utilizes information that is typically straight-forward and readily available; may be asked to perform further research (independently or under general supervision) and/or complete light analysis.
Works under regular supervision, but is expected to take independent action when appropriate.
May coordinate tasks of others in similar roles or coordinate across functional areas, departments, or with vendors.
Works with supervisor to determine short-term priorities; primary goals directly align to and support department's short-term objectives.
Bachelor's degree in accounting, or relevant field
Minimum 2 years of audit experience
CPA or CIA preferred
Public accounting experience preferred
Knowledge of accounting and auditing principles/standards.
Strong listening skills and ability to identify gaps in logic.
Ability to discreetly handle confidential and sensitive matters.
Apple is looking for highly motivated Internal Audit staff. You are an effective communicator and a self-starter who can work independently and well as in teams conducting audits and business process reviews.
As the Internal Audit department is designed to be a third line of defense audit function, your role will be to lead audits of various key risks to the business and cross functional second line of defense programs such as Retail, Operations, Legal, and Human Resources. This is a high visibility role on a small team within Apple and provides the successful candidate with an opportunity to contribute to the organizations' control environment while also gaining exposure to many business areas. Apple Internal Audit team members gain a broad perspective across the Company through varied assignments that range from operational program audits to special projects.This position is based in Cupertino, California. Travel is not typical, but may be required domestically or internationally.
3+ years of experience in a "Big 4" accounting/consulting environment and/or experience in conducting financial and operational audits in a multi-national companyCPA is a plus
Experience in conducting contract audits of vendors, contractors and other business partners that support the company
Capable of performing risk assessments and identifying key business and financial risks
Ability to develop, design, and execute financial and operational audit plans and programs
Familiarity with auditing in an integrated systems environment (SAP); SAP experience is a plus
Experience in conducting internal financial audits of public and/or private companies
Good project management and organization skills; ability to multitask
Good problem identification and analytical skills
Ability to develop and write meaningful reports and presentations; excellent communication/presentation skills
Motivated self-starter who works well individually and in teams
Excellent written and verbal English skills required
Proficiency in presentation, spreadsheet, word processing
- Conduct financial and operational audits as well as business process reviews throughout Apple's global operations• Diagnose operational risks and process improvement opportunities• Develop close but independent working relationships with process owners in all areas of the business• Develop recommendations to improve financial and operational controls· Ensure that transactions are accounted for in accordance with established company policies and in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles· Develop reports and presentations on project findings and recommendations to senior management• Support or lead special projects• Monitor process and policy changes throughout an organization• Other duties as assigned
BA/BS in related field
This is responsible professional and administrative work in the independent audit of financial data and operational procedures to determine both the adequacy and compliance of the City's internal controls, accounting and financial management practices, and financial record keeping and reporting. Work is performed under the general direction of the City Commission.
Develops, implements, schedules, assigns and updates an internal annual audit plan, including objectives and goals, and coordinates internal audit efforts with those of the independent public accountant and the Finance Director.
Conducts a periodic review and appraisal of all departmental operations to determine compliance with applicable ordinances, regulations and laws.
Advises the City Commission on a continuing basis of any fiscal or other operation within the City which should be reviewed.
Provides for a review of the internal control of administrative and accounting mechanisms to ensure a sound administration and to deter the occurrence of fraudulent acts.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in accounting. Minimum of five years' experience in auditing of financial accounting systems. Professional experience as an internal or external auditor of government accounting systems. Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) or Certified Public Accountant (CPA) required. Knowledge of Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS) or Accounting Principles (GAAP). Knowledge of various internal auditing standards including; IIA and AICPA standards.
Internal Auditor to ensure key business risks are properly identified and mitigated
Perform periodic global risk assessments to help ensure that key business risks are properly identified and mitigated by management.
Perform independent assessments of PARC's internal control structure. Plan the scope for audits and selection/development of appropriate audit procedures.
Prepare reports and memorandums as needed for assigned audits.
Job Duties for the Internal Audit Senior Position:
Lead development and maintenance of FAR and DCAA compliant policies and business practices (financial/operational/IT/compliance-focused).
Draft and ensure completion of audit programs, questionnaires.
Perform audits to ensure compliance with laws/regulations and effectiveness of internal controls.
Present audit findings to key internal and external stakeholders, communicating risk profiles, and designing corrective action plans to address issues.
Follow up on prior audit findings and work with issue owners to ensure timely completion.
Review operational structure for maximum efficiency and effectiveness. Provide recommendations to business units on improving their internal control structure.
Work collaboratively with internal and external subject matter experts.
Assist on departmental initiatives/projects as needed.
Work collaboratively with internal and external subject matter experts.
Assist on departmental initiatives/projects as needed.
Preferred Qualifications Include:
Minimum 4+ years Audit/Consulting experience and BA/BS degree.
CFE, CPA, CA, CIA certifications.
Experience performing compliance audits for government contractors or public sector funding recipients.
Key skills and abilities include project management, influencing, facilitation, process development, analysis, and problem solving.
We offer a very competitive salary package and full benefits (medical, dental, vision, life & disability insurance, 401K. PARC also strives for the best possible work-life balance, so employees benefit from maternity, paternity and adoption leave, as well as a variety of flexible working options. PARC employees enjoy the use of onsite health & fitness center and collegial dining at our onsite cafeteria. The PARC campus is in a spacious modern building in close proximity to the resources and opportunities of Silicon Valley and benefits from nearby leading universities such as Stanford and Berkeley. It is also close to many amenities, top schools, and outdoor activities (see http://www.parc.com/about/culture.html). PARC provides a highly diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer (see http://www.parc.com/about/careers/).
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. Practicing open innovation, we provide custom R&D services, technology, expertise, best practices, and intellectual property to Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies, startups, and government agencies and partners. We create new business options, accelerate time to market, augment internal capabilities, and reduce risk for our clients.
Since its inception, PARC has pioneered many technology platforms – from the Ethernet and laser printing to the GUI and ubiquitous computing – and has enabled the creation of many industries. Incorporated as an independent, wholly owned subsidiary of Xerox in 2002, PARC today continues the research that enables breakthroughs for our clients' businesses.
PARC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion or belief, sex, age, national origin, citizenship status, marital status, military/veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental disability or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws. People with disabilities who need a reasonable accommodation to apply or compete for employment with PARC should contact PARC Human Resources.
We Are San Francisco!
San Francisco Federal Credit Union has been proudly serving San Francisco since 1954. Today, anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in San Francisco and San Mateo counties may apply for membership. We currently serve more than 45,000 members with assets over $1 billion. San Francisco FCU is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration and is an Equal Housing Lender.
The Internal Auditor(IA) will contribute to the success of the Credit Union by effectively participating in risk assessment activities; creating and utilizing audit tools; staying abreast of industry (financial, compliance, regulatory and audit) news and standards; and establishing stakeholder relationships to a mutually respectful, trusted, and productive level. The Internal Auditor will be responsible for the day-to-day internal audit operations including the planning and execution of operational and compliance audits of the Credit Union's activities and will assist management in evaluating risks; internal controls, new processes, systems, and products; and recommend the efficient and proper use of resources to ensure compliance with corporate policies and procedures and all applicable regulations.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Resolve all audit findings and exceptions and ensure that they completed timely and accurately. Design processes and augment procedures to ensure proper controls, processes and procedures are in place to remedy the audit findings and exceptions
Design, build and oversee the day-to-day operations of the Credit Union's internal audit program
Identify, measure and report on operational risks through a collaborative risk assessment process
Conduct periodic compliance and audit reviews in accordance with established standards and practices
Assist in the development of a comprehensive annual audit plan and identify emerging issues that may impact the audit plan
Ensure the audit plan is executed as designed, and prepare regular reports on progress
Prepare audit reports and communicate the scope of work performed, audit observations made and recommended remediation efforts to key stakeholders
Monitor trends and changes in regulatory compliance laws, rules and regulations: collaborate with outside sources as well as all internal staff to discuss and required actions
Coordinates, facilitates, plans, writes and edits the ongoing documentation efforts for policies and procedures related to risk, audit and internal controls
Develop and maintain a library of compliance resources, utilizing the resources of the California Credit Union League, Policy Works, Credit Union National Association (CUNA), National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) and other sources
Assign reasonable risk ratings and prioritize internal audit work such that Credit Union resources are directed at the highest risk areas
Communicate audit results with Credit Union leadership and work with employees to ensure that audit findings and recommendations are understood
Act as the liaison between the Credit Union and contract auditors, external auditors, regulatory examiners, and Supervisory Committee
Assist in conducting investigations of actual or suspected internal fraud
Other duties as assigned
Education and Experience requirements
Demonstrated ability in creating, enhancing and building audit programs
Proficient in using MS Office: Word, Excel to build templates, pivot tables, logs and reports
A Bachelor's degree in business administration, accounting or finance
At least 5 years of total audit experience in public or internal audit in the credit union, banking, or financial services industry
Broad knowledge of accounting, auditing and internal control principles, practices and theory of financial institution operations, products and services, regulations and technology
Proficiency in GAAP and in-depth knowledge of internal audit standards, procedures and techniques
Thorough understanding of advanced risk management concepts and knowledge of banking practices and regulations is essential
Physical requirements, reasonable accommodation and work environment
All reasonable accommodations will be made to ensure a safe and functioning working environment for those individuals who will require such accommodations
Ability to move within an office complex environment
Ability to write by hand and use keyboard and mouse extensively to perform office functions
Ability to communicate by speech and hearing continuously
Visual acuity needed for detail work and computer use
Ability to occasionally stand, kneel, crouch, bend, stoop, sit, walk, twist, turn and reach with hands and arms
Ability to occasionally lift up to twenty-five (25) pounds (supplies or equipment)
Work environment is indoors; majority of the time is spent sitting at a desk
SFFedCU does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or related condition, ancestry, medical condition including genetic characteristics, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression, or any other characteristic protected by law. This provision also includes the perception that anyone has any of the above characteristics, or is associated with a person who has or is perceived as having any one of these characteristics. All such discrimination is unlawful.
DISCLAIMER* This job description is not an exclusive or exhaustive list of all job functions that an employee in this position may be asked to perform from time to time. All employees are to maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so that you get along with customers, clients, co-workers, and management.
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