An Auditor's main task is to assess company accounts, its organisation and processes, checking and guaranteeing their reliability. They evaluate company performance. They make recommendations and suggest action plans to optimise operations or management. They may work as internal auditors within a company or as external auditors for a specialist audit firm.
They analyse the company they work for: its characteristics, history, organisation and decision-making processes.
They collect all information necessary for an audit (invoices, bank statements, etc.) to verify the regulatory and legal compliance of the systems in place in the company.
They improve their understanding of the company and its processes through personal interviews - in particular with company managers - and through meetings that they chair or co-host. In this way, they improve their knowledge of the company and identify any problems in order to support their recommendations.
They draw up a risk map, identify risk management processes and develop performance indicators.
They draft the audit report and present it to management.
5 years of post-High School education
Experienced: €60,000 - €80,000