The field auditor is in charge of the site's locations, investigating the areas of concern, and taking the risk assessments. You will routinely evaluate employee compliance with company policies, investigate any discrepancies found, and document them for action by management. You will also create an audit plan in which you will follow up on the audits. As a field auditor, you will be part of the management meetings to relate the audit done to the company's management so that necessary actions can be taken as at when due.
You should possess excellent organization skills to be a successful Field Auditor. The educational requirement for the position is at least a bachelor's degree in accounting, which should involve an internship for hands-on training or relative work experience. However, certification in Internal Auditing is preferred by some employers.
The position requires the ability to work alone and very strong interpersonal skills since field auditors constantly interact with different company employees. On average, the yearly salary is $63,000.