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Take your business education and background to new heights as an Air Force Civilian Service (AFCS) auditor. The Air Force needs innovative and creative individuals who possess strong oral and written communicative skills. Our auditors provide independent, objective, quality audit services for all levels of United States Air Force management, with primary focus on operational audits in areas such as procurement, logistics, operational readiness, cyberspace, personnel, and other support activities. Financial audits comprise about ten percent of the workload.

Air Force auditors work within the Air Force Audit Agency and the United States Special Operations Command Inspector General’s Office, and positions are located at United States Air Force installations worldwide, including Europe and Asia.

Auditors must have a minimum of an undergraduate degree or higher in accounting or a related field with at least 24 semester hours/36 quarter hours of accounting. This may include up to 6 semester hours/9 quarter hours of business law. Students and entry-level candidates should also consider the PALACE Acquire intern program. Details can be found here.

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