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Join our Assurance Graduate Programme (April 2020 intake)

Get hands-on experience from day one so you can develop personally and professionally as you progress towards becoming a Chartered Accountant.

  

Location: Edinburgh, London, Luton and Reading

Meet Elizabeth - Assurance Graduate Programme

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What you will be doing

Our Assurance teams analyse the data behind our clients’ businesses to give them, their investors and regulators a clear picture of how they’re performing.

Bring your confidence for dealing with people and great organisational skills to our Assurance teams to help local and global businesses publish reliable financial accounts. You’ll get hands-on experience from day one which means you will develop personally and professionally as you progress towards becoming a chartered accountant.

Within Assurance you have a choice of three programmes so you can specialise in the work that most interests you. They include: Assurance, IT Risk and Assurance, Extended Assurance or Business Risk Services.

During a busy season, you can expect to take on more work so you should be amenable to longer hours and spending a greater amount of time working away from home. You can expect to spend a high proportion of your time on client site too.

Along the way you’ll study, shadow senior colleagues and you could even go on secondments, supported by your own personal counsellor who’ll help guide your growth. This kind of exposure, together with working towards your qualifications, will open up many more opportunities within EY and beyond.

  • You will become familiar with our clients’ businesses, their strengths and weaknesses
  • You will take ownership for testing and reviewing the effectiveness of key financial and operational controls and reviewing business processes
  • You will be responsible for helping to communicate the impact of your results and recommendations for improvement directly with client
  • You will develop your data management, extraction, analysis and visualisation skills
  • You will build skills and ideas to lead teams and projects in the future
    You will work with cutting-edge technologies
    You will share analyses and solutions with clients

What you will have

Our programmes have different entry requirements. For some, you’ll need an honours degree in any subject, while others will require a subject relevant to your business area. You’ll also need a minimum of Level 2/GCSE (or equivalent) in English Language & Maths, three A-levels, 5 Highers or equivalent by the time the programme starts.

We encourage you to apply as soon as possible for this opportunity ahead of the January 2020 application deadline.

Onwards to our company and culture…

We are EY

Wherever you are on your career journey, EY will help you keep learning, evolving and building the future that’s right for you.

  

Our purpose

As a professional services firm, we help organisations make better decisions about business, finance and technology. In a fast-changing world, it’s an exciting place to be. We want to ‘Build a better working world’, and we do this by asking local and global businesses better questions so they’re able to answer and navigate today’s ever-changing world.

  

  

Our careers

Because we’re at the forefront of business, a career with us means you’ll continuely be learning and evolving. We recruit based on strengths and potential, and have a variety of programmes for school students, undergrads and graduates.

Our people

We’re 270,000 people in more than 150 countries, working across four key areas: Assurance, Consulting, Tax and Transactions. We have 21 offices in the UK so you’ll find us at the heart of business communities all over the country.

Our requirements

If you’re creative, curious and want to make a real impact on the working world while developing important skills for the future, one of our programmes could be right for you.

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