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Ernst & Young in Sri Lanka

Audit Trainees

Ernst & Young Sri Lanka is a member of Ernst & Young Global Limited, and a global leader in assurance, tax and advisory services. In over 144 countries worldwide, our 152,000 people are united by our shared values, and an unwavering commitment to making a positive impact on businesses, markets and society as a whole. Our people gain exposure to a global work environment through our international network and work with some of the biggest names in the business world.

Ernst & Young is looking for trainees to strengthen our branches in Galle, Matara Hambantota & Ratnapura.

Candidates should

- Be below 28 years
- Be registered students of ICASL / AATSL or qualified in A/L Commerce stream
- Possess strong people and customer relations skills
- Have excellent leadership and team- working skills and be committed to delivering high-quality work
- Have proficiency in written and spoken English

An intermediate qualification in ICASL /AATSL would be an added advantage.

If interested, send us a detailed resume with the names and contact details of two non-related referees. Applications must reach the address below by Friday 20'" April 2012. Resumes can also be e-mailed to Applications should be addressed to

The Director,
Ernst & Young,
No.16/1, Alawella Road,
Dharmapala Mawatha,

Please state “Audit Trainees” on the resume and envelope or the subject line of your e-mail.

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