Additional 80 positions currently on offer with the firm for experienced technology, management consulting and risk professional
Deloitte, the leading business advisory firm, has today announced that it has commenced its search for 200 graduate positions in its Irish business. Graduate positions are for an initial three and a half year contract and will be available in the Dublin, Cork and Limerick offices, across all departments of the firm including audit, tax, consulting, corporate finance and enterprise risk services. The graduate positions are for an Autumn 2013 start or, in the case where students elect to complete a postgraduate course, an Autumn 2014 start. Applications are being encouraged from students of all academic disciplines, not only those with accountancy and business backgrounds.
Pictured are Orla Graham, Head of HR, trainees with the firm Carol Tully and David Dunne, and Brendan Jennings, Managing Partner.
Applications for the graduate positions can only be made via the dedicated graduate recruitment website – www.deloitte.com/ie/graduate – which is open from Monday 10th September, and closes at 5pm on Monday 15 October 2012 for NUI Galway students and 5pm, Wednesday 17 October 2012 for students from all other colleges.
In addition to the 200 graduate positions that are on offer, the firm currently has an additional 80 positions for experienced professionals. These positions are predominantly in enterprise risk services, technology and management consulting. Details on these positions can be found atwww.deloitte.com/ie/careers.
Commenting on the opportunities Brendan Jennings, Managing Partner, Deloitte said: “We’re excited to hear from graduates who wish to embark on a dynamic, challenging and diverse career. What many candidates find attractive is the breadth of opportunities we offer at Deloitte. We are proud of the range of career paths that we offer to the brightest graduates and are delighted to offer these positions in what remains a challenging graduate jobs market. I would encourage candidates to meet us at one of our recruitment events which we will be holding at various college campuses over the coming months. Here candidates can explore the different options open to them with practitioners from our business.”
Graduates joining Deloitte will have the opportunity to work across a variety of different industries – including financial services, consumer business, real estate and infrastructure, technology, media and telecommunications, energy, and the public sector. They will receive top-level training in the state of the art Deloitte Academy, the opportunity to work with some of Ireland’s most prestigious companies, as well as rapid career progression, opportunities to work abroad and a whole range of benefits both on a professional and personal level.
Brendan Jennings commented further: “In addition to the graduate opportunities, we have a range of positions available to technology, management consulting and risk professionals. From analytics to compliance, we are continually investing in our teams to develop our offerings and so meet our clients’ changing needs. We’re interested in hearing from graduates and experienced professionals alike who can share in our ethos of innovation, client service and career development.”
Deloitte was voted one of Ireland’s Leading 100 Graduate Employers at the gradireland Awards 2012 and has been ranked as one of the ‘Best Workplaces in Ireland’ by the Great Place to Work® Institute for ten years in a row. Career development is a major focus for the firm – training and development programmes are offered at every stage of a person’s career. In addition, Deloitte has also implemented a number of HR policies in order to ensure the wellbeing of its people. The “STEPS” and “Equilibrium” programmes offer a wide range of initiatives designed to reflect the balance of priorities in people’s lives and ensure an adequate work-life balance.
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The information contained in this press release is correct at the time of going to press.
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