Careers

Graduate Trainee Auditor

Across Scotland (Edinburgh / Glasgow / Aberdeen / Inverness)

We’d love to hear from you if you’re ambitious and have a passion for helping improve public services in Scotland. We’re Scotland’s public sector auditor, independent of Government. We employ around 300 exceptional professionals from different backgrounds. You don’t need an Accountancy degree to become an auditor! We all share a belief that public money should be spent wisely, making the lives of Scotland’s people the very best they can be.

31 January 2021 at midnight

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Audit Scotland

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Help us become world class

We're Scotland’s public sector auditor, independent of Government - we employ around 280 talented professionals who know that their work helps ensure the efficient delivery of public services in Scotland. We believe that public money (around £40bn) should be spent wisely.

There's plenty of change ahead. We want to make sure Scotland makes the very best of the opportunities and that change is delivered well – good financial reporting and great value for money.

Want to find out more?

Contact us at 0131 625 1646 or email careers@audit-scotland.gov.uk.

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Working Here

There's a real sense of community here. Our people are true to what we believe in. We focus upon productivity and innovation without unnecessary rules and bureaucracy – keeping things simple and finding better ways of working together.

 

Take ownership of your work

Take ownership of your work

Staff own their work from start to finish, helping us be as effective as possible.

Work somewhere that matters

Our work spans the length and breadth of Scottish public life. Your work will help the lives of thousands of people.

Work somewhere that matters

solve problems

Solve problems

Working for Scotland’s spending watchdog is challenging – but equally, it’s extremely rewarding.

 

Make a real difference

Make a real difference

We support the bodies we audit to consider how to change and improve the way they work. We aim to make a difference to how public money is spent in Scotland.

Work with bright people

We hire talented professionals from diverse backgrounds who are ambitious, highly engaged and want to make an impact.

Work with bright people

Audit somewhere extraordinary

Audit somewhere extraordinary

We work in such varied areas as early learning and childcare, the NHS in Scotland, and ferry services – there has never been a more exciting time to join us.

 

Ethical standards

Audit Scotland complies with the FRC. In addition, our Code of Conduct requires our people to carry out their work in a politically neutral way. You can be a member of a political party, but can’t take part in high profile or public political activity. Standard disclosure checks are required for all our audit roles, with additional security clearance needed for some audits.

Ethical standards