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Australian National Audit Office (ANAO)

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  • 100 - 500 employees

Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) Graduate Stories

  • Graduate stories
I am a financial statements auditor in the Assurance Audit Services Group, currently assigned to the Home Affairs portfolio.

Kristy Reddacliff

  • Graduate stories
I am a financial statements auditor in the Assurance Audit Services Group, currently assigned to the Home Affairs portfolio.

Kristy Reddacliff

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  • Graduate stories
My time at the ANAO has given me exposure to many different areas of government across a variety of different audits.

Simone Adam

  • Graduate stories
My time at the ANAO has given me exposure to many different areas of government across a variety of different audits.

Simone Adam

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  • Graduate stories
It’s fascinating learning about not just what separate agencies do on a day-to-day basis, but also how they work together towards a common goal.

Yvonne Buresch

  • Graduate stories
It’s fascinating learning about not just what separate agencies do on a day-to-day basis, but also how they work together towards a common goal.

Yvonne Buresch

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  • Graduate stories
Through my experience in previous finance and client facing roles, I came to realise that I really enjoyed and had an affiliation for the consultant/auditing field.

Cherie Atchison

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Through my experience in previous finance and client facing roles, I came to realise that I really enjoyed and had an affiliation for the consultant/auditing field.

Cherie Atchison

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  • Graduate stories
As a Performance Auditor, I work in a small team of 2–4 people to produce a 50 page report over 6–12 months.

Taela Edwards

  • Graduate stories
As a Performance Auditor, I work in a small team of 2–4 people to produce a 50 page report over 6–12 months.

Taela Edwards

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  • Graduate stories
As a graduate at the ANAO, not only am I responsible for operational pieces of work, I also get the opportunity to participate in projects that are tactical and strategic.

Dung Chu

  • Graduate stories
As a graduate at the ANAO, not only am I responsible for operational pieces of work, I also get the opportunity to participate in projects that are tactical and strategic.

Dung Chu

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