The best night auditor positions are those where a manager is supportive of the auditor.
Too often the auditor represents the hotel and all the chaos which might take place overnight - alone. Without support of management, the job can be a nightmare.
Another concern to keep in mind with an audit job: What does the job description entail?
I've seen many audit jobs that are bordering on controllers in terms of the challenge of accounting functions, and just as many which incorporate a heavy amount of housekeeping errands into the overnight shift.
A third primary concern: Safety - As a veteran auditor of many properties - I have learned that the safety of the job is a major positive or negative in the position. Are the doors lockable? Are there security cameras? Is there security personnel?
Keep in mind a night auditor working solo without any security support is particularly vulnerable in motels or hotels in areas of high crime.
It's in your best interest to know beforehand what type of tasks are involved, how supportive management is and how safe the workplace is for a night auditor.