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Auditing clerks assist with managing accurate financial records for businesses of all sizes. Their exact tasks may vary depending on the company they work with. In most cases, they work together with bookkeeping and accounting clerks.
While a high school diploma or equivalent is sufficient to get hired as an auditing clerk for a smaller organization, more established companies will require a minimum associate's degree along with some work experience. A high standard of math skills and knowledge of pertinent computer technologies are crucial requirements of the job.
Interviewers will want to know more about your job knowledge and interest. Do you know how to use the relevant computer software to review and verify documents and financial records? How good are you at catching mistakes and problem-solving? How good is is your record keeping? These are only some of the many questions you can expect to be asked at your interview. You can find several more questions at Mock Questions.