Great interaction with differnent people in various coprorate settings and travel to otther states.
Pros: job security, great tools to do my work, ever changing location of work place
Cons: salary not counted in social security
Arrive at work station, which may be in another city or state depending on where audit documents were kept. Read e-mail. Began reviewing the documents requested of the auditee, making notes and copies of relevant documents for file. At the completion of the review of all documents write up a formulated report of audit findings. Issue request for more detailed documents or clarity of information provided. Requested Supervisor support if issues could not be resolved or request legitimacy questioned with audit contact. Weekly report to supervisor and the company audited about progression of audit. Record information or copy document for compilation of file. The hardest part of the job was the stigma of word "auditor". This automatically put company on the defensive. The most enjoyable part of the job was traveling and the interaction with different people.