Entry-level auditors are the like the editors of the printing industry whose job is to correct grammar and spelling mistakes. But being connected to the accounting industry, their job is fix errors in financial statements. While the job sounds easy, in actual sense, it is not. The auditors have to collect and study several supporting documents, perform complex calculations, and reconcile the statements. Further, they will also ascertain if the accounting procedures set by the company and the state and federal government are followed or not. In addition, these entry-level auditors will also help in internal as well as external auditing by performing the base work.
To work in the accounting industry, you must have strong mathematical and calculation skills. As you will be working with different people, superior communication and interpersonal skills are necessary. The job also requires you to put in extra hours, which means you need to be flexible and ready to work beyond office hours. Mostly importantly, you have to work with a sense of responsibility since a minor mistake in numbers can have the output upside down.
Looking for an entry-level position with “Citizen Tax Consultant Agency,” to ensure financial statements are complete and accurate and compliance of accounting procedures.
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ABC Tax Consultant, Weldona, CO
June 2015 - Present
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