Matching great auditors with great opportunities

Ready to Go? Send your resume now.

If you've already decided to explore the market, contact a recruiter who knows the audit profession, has helped hundreds of companies and candidates get together, and will keep your job-search private. 

Send Resume Now: Attach it to the email message: resume@auditjobrecruiters.com   

Expect a prompt reply requesting more profile info. Yopu will not be pestered with phone calls or cajoled to consider ill-fitting jobs. We carefully match candidates and let you evaluate any position before sending your resume to an employer.

Not sure? Consider your career options.

For experienced auditors and audit executives, changing jobs should be a positive experience. With skills in demand, getting interviews is generally not difficult and learning about the scope of opportunities should make you feel valuable and in control of your own destiny.

But it's often done hastily, without adequate consideration of long term career goals, personal considerations, short term advantages, and alternatives:

Why make a change? There are numerous good reasons (ask any recruiter) and several bad ones. Make an honest assessment of problems and opportunities with your present employer before seriously exploring the market. Don't waste your time and sap your commitment unless you are sure.    

Define your ideal next job. Career planning doesn't require complex analysis or a chrystal ball. It simply means developing a long term career goal (the ultimate job) and identifying logical steps to reach it. Then focus on the next step; define more clearly the best possible next job. Use that vision as the benchmark to measure alternatives available to you now. 

Real-world priorities. Personal considerations are valid and too important to your well being to dismiss lightly. Of course, your career is important, but family responsibilities, health (mental and physical), location, and other factors strongly affect your quality of life. Take the time to define your priorities.

Check the market. Looking at online postings, you may be impressed by the number of opportunities and eager to jump into the market. But that can be distracting, time consuming, and even disappointing. You can also be overexposed, especially if you post your resume online where far too many can find it.  A careful, conservative approach is best to limit your exposure and risk.

Find a specialist. A recruiter who specializes in the audit profession and understands your career objectives as well as your technical strengths will be more successful at matching you with an opportunity that is just right for you. He/she won't waste your time or spread your resume widely. In a job search, quality counts, not quantity; you can only take one job and it's got to be the one that fits you best.

Send your resume now. If and when you are ready to consider a change, send your resume for confidential inclusion in our candidate database.    

Attach your resume to a brief email message: resume@auditjobrecruiters.com   

Expect a prompt reply requesting more profile info. Yopu will not be pestered with phone calls or cajoled to consider ill-fitting jobs. We carefully match candidates and let you evaluate any position before sending your resume to an employer.