UN auditors will examine North Korean program

I love hearing about unique jobs that could be open to me in the future, and this is one such job.

The United Nations has a Board of Auditors that audits UN programs and reports along similar lines to a regular financial statement audit. The Board consists of three members from UN countries, rotating one out and a new one in every two years. The chairmanship is currently held by the Philippines, and France and South Africa round out the trio.

Canada has had two turns on the Board, but none in the past 27 years. In other words, none since before I was born.


Movie stars and the IRS, Ban Ki Moon, and the Top 100 Places to Work