I have these probable answers to questions. I would like to know whether the answers are grammatically correct. And also, if you have better ways of constructing the sentences, you are more than welcome to revise :-)
I would really appreciate your input. Thanks!
1. The role and responsibility in your job
To begin with, I have been working in the International Department of the same company for nearly/about 7 years. Iíve been involved in several engagements although these engagements are mostly (what we call) referral jobs.
*When we audit a global company, of course we have to audit its branches. From there, the primary team, which is the auditor of the parent company, assigns the audit of the branches to the local firm/auditor, these are referral jobs.
As a senior staff, I have the role to oversee fieldwork and review the documents which my subordinates prepared.
Furthermore, I prepare the deliverables such as Summary of Review Memorandum, which is the most important document for the managerís review before reporting these to the primary team. Finally, these deliverables will be reviewed by the primary team and if they have questions, they consult us about it.
2. Outlook about your job
Businesses nowadays are becoming global and as a result, auditors now have wider opportunities to work with foreigners or foreign offices.
So, I want to brush up on my English skills since I expect to be active in such market.
3. Changes experienced after promotion
As far as I can recall, I was promoted from being a junior to a senior staff about 3 or 4 years ago. Actually, it didnít have much impact to my routine at that moment except for the salary and job description but my role and responsibility gradually became heavier and more difficult.
As time passed, the manager entrusted me with more challenging tasks which means performing some parts of his job. For instance, I even prepared all of the deliverables for the primary team.
4. interesting story about your job
Thereís not much interesting things to do and talk about in the office but recentlyÖ
Iíve heard from an English partner who was involved with the Siemens engagement that EY London or other branches in England have yearly seats in the Premier League. Iím not sure as to which team they support but nevertheless any team is fine with me as long as they have good stadium seats. I believe they must have really good seats knowing that EY is one of the biggest firms in England so I hope I could capitalize on the chance to watch the match.