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Audit Managers are fully qualified and experienced accountants with responsibility for the auditing function within their own organisations (Internal) or for a portfolio of clients (External).
The purpose of the audit function is to review the financial accounts and statements of a company or organisation and to provide an independent opinion on whether these accounts and statements are accurate, relevant and complete and provide a fair representation of the financial position and performance of the organisation.
Internal auditors may focus on the reporting systems, processes and controls within their organisation whereas external auditors provide an objective assessment of these systems, processes and controls as well as their opinion on accounts and reports.
Audit Managers can work internally or externally. Some typical duties include:
Audit Managers in large organisations are usually fully qualified chartered accountants with a significant amount of post qualified experience. To be an auditor you must retain your membership of one of the relevant accounting bodies.
Recent salaries advertised on TopFinancialJobs (November 2009) include:
Do you work as an Audit Manager? Would you like to contribute to our "Day in the Life of..." series? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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