Writing job ads is hard work, especially now we’re living within such a fast paced and exponential society. What’s the difference between an Auditor and a Controller, anyway? Don’t a Financial Advisor and a Financial Analyst do practically the same tasks? Getting your job ad wrong can cost you a lot of time and effort in the long run, make sure you get it right.
In short, an Auditor is responsible for the bookkeeping, a Controller looks after the general finances of a company, while a Tax Advisor is fairly straightforward - they keep your taxes in check. The difference between a Financial Accountant and an Analyst is that an Analyst generally does most of the research and looks towards the future while an Accountant focuses on past finances and improving those.