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Join our Assurance programme

Gain experience with a variety of clients and industries while working towards a Chartered Accountant (ACA) qualification.

  

Location: Nationwide

What we do PwC

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What you will be doing

On our Assurance programme, you’ll have the opportunity to work with a variety of clients and industries. You will begin by working in either the External Audit Team or the Risk Assurance Team.

Your role in Assurance will also provide you with the opportunity to study towards the Chartered Accountant (ACA) qualification.

Later on, you will build on your business skills, working with prestigious clients, developing real insights into a client’s markets, technology, people and management, as well as its finances.

  • External Audit Team   
  • You'll be hands-on straight away, working at client sites. You’ll interview key contacts such as financial controllers or finance directors, check that data is accurate and highlight and question any differences. It's investigative work where you’ll regularly speak with clients, using in-person meetings or leading-edge collaborative technology.
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  • Risk Assurance Team  
  • You’ll be on the front line, working closely with clients to help them reduce their exposure to risk. You’ll be part of a variety of teams, taking real responsibility for the work you do, whether that’s working with multinationals or governments to define governance models; reviewing new business processes; or understanding how a control failure affects an audit strategy.
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What you will have

We do not require any previous experience, we will provide you with that. When you join us, you will develop a breadth and depth of business advisor core skills and understanding of frameworks through exposure to a variety of businesses and industries.

All we require is that you have or are on target to get a 2:1 degree in any subject.

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Company benefits: Competitive salary • Training • Tailored benefits scheme • High profile clients

Onwards to our company and culture…

We are PwC

We have graduate and undergraduate opportunities in Assurance, Actuarial, Consulting, Deals, Legal, Tax or Technology.

  

Our values at PwC

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Our aim

Our aim is to be ‘the leading professional services firm’, and to achieve this we must be innovative, responsible and attract outstanding people.

  

  

Our purpose

Our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems for our clients, helping them tackle business challenges and improving how they work.

  

  

  

Our people

With almost 18,000 employees at offices UK-wide, attracting the right talent continues to be paramount and, as a progressive employer, we continue to develop a diverse and agile workforce who feel empowered to be the best they can be. This includes supporting different ways of working, with ‘Everyday Flexibility’ allowing our people to better balance work and life, and ‘dress for your day’, where employees decide what’s appropriate given their daily responsibilities.

  

Opportunities are at the heart of a career with PwC.

  

Our graduates

Graduates and undergraduates can expect to be part of a stimulating environment working on challenging projects where you’ll have access to a world of opportunity and experiences, in a culture that embraces difference. No matter what your degree or background, PwC have a range of roles to suit everyone.

  

We look for talented people eager to learn, with business awareness, intellectual and cultural curiosity. Trainees can develop and grow within a supportive and nurturing learning environment - in some business areas, this could mean working towards a professional qualification.

  

  

Our benefits

Whatever your route, we are focused on our people achieving their full potential, where hard work and accomplishments are recognised and rewarded with a competitive salary and a tailored, flexible benefits scheme.

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