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PCAOB employees are dedicated to our mission of protecting investors in collaboration with knowledgeable colleagues.

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Join the Inspections Team

Our Inspections team employs talented accountants who focus on solving complex technical accounting issues. If you have six or more years in public accounting and strong experience auditing publicly traded companies, you should consider a career with our Inspections team.  

Inspections Director Helen Munter Talks about the Benefits of Becoming a PCAOB Inspector 


Hear What Our Interns and Managers Say About the Internship Program

PCAOB hires college students throughout the year for paid, full-time, and part-time positions

PCAOB interns have an opportunity to work in multiple disciplines, including auditing, accounting, law, finance, economics, risk analysis, and visual arts.

"This internship gave me the opportunity to apply what I learned in school to what I do at the office. Instead of just reading about auditing standards in class, I am actually observing and researching the process of developing these auditing standards in the internship, which is very exciting."

- Jessica, Intern, Board Member Steven B. Harris

"As an intern I always feel that I have someone to come to with any problems that I may have and that they will do their best to help me. This attitude truly makes you feel part of the organization and not just a temporary employee, which generates a more enjoyable environment."

- Nir, Intern, Division of Enforcement

"Interns directly contribute to meeting our goals of the accurate and timely assessment and collection of the PCAOB’s revenue streams."

- Annie, Senior Manager, Office of Finance

"Our interns work with staff economists and research fellows, which gives them insight into a variety of research topics and methods. I’m full-time PCAOB staff now, but when I was an intern in 2012, I was fascinated by the standard-setting process and the collaboration among economists, lawyers, and auditors."

- Saad, Senior Financial Economist, Center for Economic Analysis