Auditing clerks work in conjunction with accounting and bookkeeping clerks in order to manage accurate financial records for large and small businesses. They use specialized computer software to review figures and documents compiled by other clerks. Auditing clerks are responsible for verifying the accuracy of financial records and catching mistakes made by other clerks or employees. While auditing clerks work closely with bookkeepers and accountants, they are often the parties ultimately responsible for checking the financial information recorded by their colleagues.They must have a high standard of math skills and be good at keeping records and communicating information and relevant computer technologies, such as word processing, spreadsheet software and using the Internet.
Interested in becoming an audit clerk?
Try one of these courses
- ICB National Diploma: Certified Financial Accounting
- Corporate Investigations (Investigative Auditing) Certificate
Last updated: October 25th 2016