Overview

Be part of one of the most well-respected companies in the world

Fast approaching our 150th anniversary, Sherwin-Williams is a Fortune 400 company with a rich heritage and an exceptional reputation.  Recognized as a global leader in developing, manufacturing, distributing and selling coatings and related products, we serve commercial, retail and industrial markets with a diverse range of brands and services.

Diversity is an important part of our culture as well, and we value the breadth of backgrounds, cultures and talents of our employees.  A family-oriented company, we respect the need for personal and professional balance, and we commit to a safe, positive work environment.

Employees who join the Sherwin-Williams team quickly discover that we believe in developing employees to their full potential, and we promote almost exclusively from within.  We understand that our people define who we are and set the course for our future.

Take the first step toward career success

With your finance or accounting degree in hand, you are ready to take on the world!  Where’s the best place to start?  If your dream is to build a career with a corporation known for its stability, leadership, values, integrity and commitment to developing employees, then you should talk to Sherwin-Williams.  Based in Cleveland, Ohio, Sherwin-Williams offers career opportunities around the globe.  We provide on-the-job training, mentorship and coaching to give you a solid foundation and then give you the freedom to grow!

...Spread your wings!

The Sherwin-Williams Internal Audit program is a great place to start.  You’ll put your degree to work right away as you enjoy the excitement of travel and relocation, learn how a Fortune 400 company works and take charge of your own day-to-day activities, assignments, challenges and opportunities.  You’ll be an integral member of the team as you share your knowledge to improve efficiencies across your territory and beyond.

Members of our Internal Audit team are located throughout the United States in approximately 55 major metropolitan areas, classified as “audit zones.”  As an auditor, you will relocate to one of these areas, where you will be responsible for auditing approximately 70 to 80 retail and commercial facilities annually.

Traveling to these stores as part of your daily responsibilities means that you’ll be on the road about half the time, taking overnight trips by car or plane to conduct audits.  You’ll have the freedom to organize your own schedule so that you can be sure to meet your weekly goals for successful completion of audits in your zone.