Management Systems Auditor

Competency-Based Apprenticeship
Sponsoring Company:
Independent Association of Accredited Registrars
O*Net Code
13-1111.00
Rapids Code
2082CB
Req. Hours
0
State
DC
Created
Apr 04, 2021
Updated
Apr 04, 2021

Competency-Based Skills

2 skill sets | 31 total skills
Personal Attributes
Demonstrates fairness in auditing matters
Demonstrates discretion in all auditing matters
Demonstrates truthfulness in all auditing matters
Demonstrates willingness to consider alternative ideas or points of view
Demonstrates being tactful in dealing with individuals
Demonstrates being observant of physical surroundings and activities that are significant to the auditing process
Given a specific situation, can accurately become aware of and can understand the situation
Demonstrates the ability to adjust readily to different situations
Demonstrates timely decisions based on logical reasoning and analysis of data
Given a specific situation, can appropriately act independently while interacting effectively with others
Knowledge and Skills
Applies audit principles, procedures, and techniques
Plans and organizes effectively to accomplish an audit
Conducts audits within the agreed time schedule
Given a specific situation, prioritizes and focuses on matters of significance
Collects appropriate information through: Interviewing, Listening, Observing, Reviewing documents, records, and data
Given a specific situation, can use appropriate sampling techniques for auditing and state the limitations of the technique used
Verifies the accuracy of collective information
Confirms the sufficiency and appropriateness of audit evidence to support audit findings and conclusions
Assesses factors that can affect the reliability of the audit findings and conclusions
Uses work documents to record all audit activities
Prepares audit reports that are accurate and based on data and information gathered during the audit process
Maintains the confidentiality and security of the information gathered during the audit process at all times
Communicates with all individuals, either through personal linguistic skills or through an interpreter to achieve a desired result
Given an audit, comprehends the scope of the audit and applies appropriate audit criteria
Applies management systems to different organizations
Recognizes interaction between the components of the management system
Uses quality or environmental management system standards, applicable procedures, or other management system documents used as audit criteria
Recognizes differences between and priority of the reference documents
Applies reference documents to different audit situations
Demonstrates the use of information systems and technology for authorization, security, distribution, and control of documents, data, and records
Adapts the audit process to the organizational situation: Organizational size, structure, functions, and relationships, General business processes and related terminology, Cultural and social customs of the auditee, Applicable laws, regulations, and other requirements relative to the discipline