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Auditors provide essential services to businesses, public sector organisations and charities that are obliged to have their financial accounts checked by an independent and external professional in order to ensure that their organisation is accurately reporting upon its financial status.
Many businesses employ Internal Auditors to ensure that all financial systems and procedures are sound throughout the organisation and to thoroughly prepare for the annual external auditing process.
Some auditors are called upon to work alone on a client's site, whereas more senior Auditors or Audit Managers may lead larger teams tasked with auditing large companies or organisations. All Auditors require excellent communication skills, due to frequent interaction with clients, both financial and non financial, as well as the need to produce detailed reports for senior managers and boards of directors. Auditors also require excellent attention to detail, analysis and problem solving skills and frequently work under the pressure of deadlines.
To become an Auditor you must be a qualified accountant, having completed the examinations from bodies such as the ACCA, ICAEW, ICAS or ICAI. You must retain your membership of your accounting body to work as an Auditor.
Recent salaries advertised on TopFinancialJobs (October 2009) include:
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