The Auditor (ISTJ)

People with this personality type are practical, factual, organized, and logical. They’re great problem-solvers who thrive in careers that are heavy with facts, numbers, and data. They can always be relied on and thus make excellent accountants, engineers, air traffic controllers, and security guards.

Career Options

Accountants

Professional Description

Are you good with numbers? Do you manage money well? Then accounting might be the job for you. It is considered the ‘language of business’ whereby it conveys the results of all economic activities done by an organization.

 

Accountants provide all  financial information to management, investors, regulators etc by researching and analyzing accounting data. They perform overviews of the financial operations of a business in order to help it run efficiently.

 

There are accounting firms that specialize in this business, though usually there is an accounting department in each company

  • Document financial transactions.
  • Recommend financial actions by analyzing accounting options such as risk management
  • Preparing balance sheet, profit and loss statement, and other reports
  • Reconciles financial discrepancies by collecting and analyzing account information.
  • researching and interpreting accounting policy and regulations.
  • Compute all taxation owed
  • Accountant
  • Accounting Assistant
  • Accounting Manager
  • Accounts Payable/Receivable Clerk
  • Budget Analyst
  • Certified Internal Auditor
  • Chief Financial Officer – CFO
  • Forensic Accounting

Auditors

Professional description

An audit is the official inspection of a company’s accounts by an independent body.

 

An auditor protects assets by ensuring compliance with internal control procedures, and regulations. To act as an auditor, a person should be certified by the regulatory authority of accounting and auditing or possess certain specified qualifications.

  • Ensures compliance with established internal control procedures by examining records, reports, operating practices, and documentation.
  • Verifies assets and liabilities by comparing items to documentation.
  • Appraises adequacy of internal control systems by completing audit questionnaires.
  • Recommends new policies and procedures
  • Complies with federal, state, and local security legal requirements by studying existing and new security legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions.
  • Internal Auditor
  • External Auditor
  • Tax Auditor
  • Forensic Auditor

Chief Financial Officer

Profession Description

This is a position that can only be achieved after a lot of experience in the field of finance. It isn’t one you can get fresh out of college. You would have to work hard in order to get there.

 

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) has the primary responsibility of managing a company’s finances – including financial planning, risk assessment, record keeping and reporting. He/she provides both operational and programmatic support to the organization. He/she is also the chief financial spokesperson for the organization. The CFO reports directly to the President/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and board members. He/she may additionally even have a seat on the board.

  • Accomplishes finance human resource strategies
  • Develops and establishes finance organizational strategies
  • Develops organization prospects by studying economic trends and revenue opportunities; projecting acquisition and expansion prospects; analyzing organization operations; identifying opportunities for improvement, cost reduction, and systems enhancement; accumulating capital to fund expansion.
  • Monitors financial performance by measuring and analyzing results after which he/she initiates corrective measure to minimize impacts of variances.
  • CFO of any company or organization

Engineers

Profession description

Engineers are people who build, design or maintain machines or structures to meet objectives and requirements. They do this keeping in mind all practicality, logistics, safety and costs.

 

They work in a variety of fields to analyze, develop and evaluate large-scale, complex systems. They are the backbone for different systems present nowadays. If you have a gift with maths, physics, love testing new boundaries and have a methodological mind, this is the career path for you!

  • Mechanical Skills
  • Creativity
  • Math Skills
  • Listening Skills
  • Problem Solving ability
  • Chemical Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Civil Engineers
  • Computer Engineers
  • Environmental Engineers

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