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BEHAVIORAL INTERVIEW QUESTIONS
First Name:Last Name:Position sought:GENERAL SCREENING QUESTIONS
Are you willing to relocate to Germany for the jobOther than money, what rewards, benefits, or work situations are most important for you
You are allowed to ask someone in history a single question. Who would you choose and what is your question
What is your salary acceptable rangeAre you currently interviewing with other pharmaceutical companiesWhat do you like/dislike about your present (or most recent) job
If you had the authority or power, what one thing would you change about your current/last position
Can you provide proof of eligibility to become employed in GermanyIf no on #1, are you able to provide such proof which will be required upon employment if you are offered a
positionDo you have adequate transportation to meet travel requirements of the jobWhen can you start
Can you be flexible if we need you before then
Have you ever applied for employment with us beforeIf you were offered this position and you accepted, what one or two major contributions do you think you would
make, in the short term (in the first few weeks) and in the long term (after a year or so)
Most of us have more than one reason for leaving a job. What are some of yours, from past or present experience
Thank youBEHAVIORAL INTERVIEW QUESTIONS
First Name:Last Name:Position sought:GENERAL SCREENING QUESTIONS
Are you willing to relocate to Germany for the jobOther than money, what rewards, benefits, or work situations are most important for you
You are allowed to ask someone in history a single question. Who would you choose and what is your question
What is your salary acceptable rangeAre you currently interviewing with other pharmaceutical companiesWhat do you like/dislike about your present (or most recent) job
If you had the authority or power, what one thing would you change about…

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Curtin Business School
School of AccountingUnit Outline10989 Auditing 300
Semester 1, 2014
Unit study package number:10989Mode of study:InternalTuition pattern summary:Lecture: 1 x 1.5 Hours Weekly
Workshop: 1 x 1.5 Hours Weekly
This unit does not have a fieldwork component.Credit Value:25.0Pre-requisite units:305229 (v.0) Advanced Financial Accounting 260 or any previous versionCo-requisite units:NilAnti-requisite units:NilResult type:Grade/MarkApproved incidental fees:Information about approved incidental fees can be obtained from our website. Visit
fees.curtin.edu.au/incidental_fees.cfm for details.Unit coordinator:Name:
Phone:
Email:
Building:
Room:YH Tham
+618 92662381
[email protected]
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410BName:
Phone:
Email:
Building:
Room:Sama Kamal
+618 92669553
[email protected]
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412Teaching Staff:Administrative contact:10989 Auditing 300
Miri Sarawak Campus
17 Feb 2014
School of Accounting, Curtin Business SchoolPage: 1 of 10
CRICOS Provider Code
WA 00301J, NSW 02637B

Curtin Business School
School of Accounting
 Acknowledgement of Country
We respectfully acknowledge the Indigenous Elders, custodians, their descendants and kin of this land past and present.Syllabus
An overview of assurance and ethics, independence and corporate governance. Understanding of the company audit process
including audit planning – the concepts of materiality and audit risk. The evaluation and testing of internal control systems and
substantive audit testing of transactions and balances. The finalisation of the audit and audit reporting.Introduction
Welcome to Auditing 300 for Semester 1, 2014! I hope that you find this a rewarding and interesting unit. The purpose of the unit is
to introduce students to auditing, with the emphasis on practical auditing concepts, the auditor’s decision-making…