What does an Auditor Leader do?
Auditors are responsible for tracking the cash flow and accounts of companies to ensure that they are being recorded and processed correctly, that assets are protected through appropriate control measures, and that financial records meet legal standards. Auditors can work in both the public and private sector as an internal audtor, an external auditor, or an independent auditor.
Most auditors have a Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance. Additionally, many auditors also have a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) credential, which is obtained by passing a national exam and a completing a minimum number of college coursework hours. Auditors need to have a keen eye for detail, a strong ability to work under pressure, and a knack for problem solving.
Lead Auditor Salaries
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Auditor Leader Career Path
Learn how to become an Auditor Leader, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.
Auditor Leader Insights
“Everyone who works here is highly ambitious and motivated to further their career and expertise.”
“Since I left I’ve been hired at another firm and everyone is so nice and respectful.”
“Looks good on CV / with recruiters / experience is good but varied depending on which team you work with.”
“The expertise within the firm is strong and I have enjoyed working with everyone at the firm.”
“I worked as an Audit Associate in the Asia Pacific Talent Hub in SGV and i find my colleagues really friendly and cool.”
“Good place to start a career with attractive salary (in regions) and ability to get good experience.”
“Career is not an option: only job titles and work load go up.They could do better than this”
“The work life balance was not ideal and an intern was expected 70 hour weeks.”
Auditor Leader Interviews
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Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a leader auditor
- Internal Auditor
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