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          Helping you find a career in the auditor industry

          The job of an auditor is to ensure that a company or organisation are using their resources in the most efficient way possible.

          This can involve auditing public sector organisations to ensure the taxpayers money is being utilised effectively or ensuring shareholders money is being properly spent in private businesses.

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          • FAQs
          What does an Auditor do?

          You will be:

          • Collating data, typically on a spreadsheet
          • Analysing data
          • Examining accounts of companies or organisations
          • Ensuring records are accurate
          • Identifying areas which are not reaching a particular degree of efficiency
          • Advising how to change these areas
          • Reporting back to superiors
          • Ensuring procedures and legislation are followed
          What skills and interests should an Auditor have?
          • Verbal and written communication
          • Excellent mathematical skills
          • Excellent IT skills
          • Able to work under pressure
          • Attention to detail
          • Confidence in your own ability
          • Report writing and presenting
          What hours does an Auditor typically do?

          Auditors typically work 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday, however they may have to work extra hours in the evenings or at weekends to meet certain deadlines.

          What environment is an Auditor based in?

          An office.

          How much does an Auditor travel?

          Although typically based in an office, some auditors may travel to meet clients or visit factory or warehouse locations. If you chose to work for a multinational company this can involve travel overseas.

          How much does an Auditor get paid?

          Those with under 3 years experience can typically expect to earn between £22,000 and £35,000 a year, which then typically increases with experience to between £32,000 and £53,000 a year.

          Those who reach manager or director level can expect this to increase again to over £70,000 a year.

          What qualifications does an Auditor need?

          Although the minimum entry requirement for auditing jobs is two A levels (or their equivalent), the majority of employers now expect candidates to have an undergraduate degree.

          In addition to this, applicants must have two years accountancy experience and a recognised practicing certificate before they are permitted to conduct audits.

          Useful subjects to study at school & university

          Accountancy Economics Finance IT