Maintain audit-control files and assign insurance cases to field auditors.
What does an Auditing Control Clerk do?
Maintains audit-control files, assigns insurance cases to field auditors, and compiles reports of audits accomplished: Assigns insurance cases to field auditors for investigation or settlement according to designated territory and type of audit, following established procedures. Maintains card control files to indicate location and status of audits. Reviews audit reports and compares reports with data in files to compile production reports, using calculator and typewriter.