Audit Manager Jobs
In the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) study "Purpose and the profession", social mobility is transforming the potential talent pool for professional accountants. With mandatory tax management changes due in April 2019, there’s never been a better time to get involved in auditing within the accountancy profession.
Audit Manager jobs support clients to mitigate risks and needs to display expertise across different sized organisations in different sectors.
The Audit Manager will be proficient at interpreting client requirements, support engagement leads throughout the audit process as well as managing tax returns.
Skills of the Audit Manager
In audit, the shift from compliance to advisory requires softer skills and client advisory skills are in high demand to ensure effective contact with clients who may not possess the same natural understanding of the numbers, and present information in an easy-to-digest manner.
To succeed in the days of technology, you need a strong technical knowledge and good audit grounding to play an integral part in the audit team. Additionally, it is the job of the Audit Manager to monitor output from the internal auditor.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) offers practical steps to follow on the road towards becoming an audit manager. It can be a long road, but at the end of the study path, you can start looking at earning potential of an average of £32,000 in Scotland.
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