What does an Auditor Manager do?
An Audit Manager works for an institution and is responsible for the overall audit process of finances. Typically Audit Managers work for banks and report directly to the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors. Through their findings, a financial institution can gain insight into their variance and overall performance efficiency.
An Audit Manager will usually possess a bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Business or a related field. CPA (Certified Personal Accountant) certification is highly desired by most companies and can be a requirement for some companies. This position involves reconciling accounts and statements across multiple departments. Having excellent organizational and analytical skills is crucial for success in this field. There is often and high amount of responsibility and accountability to being an Audit Manager. Candidates must be confident and well spoken.
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