Our selection process is based on: getting to know you through your application form, interviews with our colleagues, and our selection events. We help you do your best from the very first step, and to shine. Learn more about stages of the selection process, and consider our winning tips.
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On this site you can familiarize yourself with our business (Who we are - link) and our lines of service (What we do - link) to see what opportunities are of most interest to you, and then target the positions best suited to your skills, experience, and desired location. Go to Our vacancies page and customize your search to locate a position that interests you, and apply online.
Remember, first impressions count. The application form is a major opportunity to sell yourself. Get prepared and take time to complete it properly. You will be asked to add the following data and information: your personal details (e.g. name, contact details, phone number), and your language skills. You will also need to upload your CV(s). Also there might be some questions you will be expected to answer. Please make sure you’ve supplied us with full and accurate information.
Based on your online application, we might ask you to come to our office and to be interviewed by our colleagues. Here we want to get to know you and discover your strengths and attributes. The interview is also an opportunity for you to learn more about us. It's a great chance for you to ask us questions about the job requirements and the nature of the work you would be required to do. Based on the role you are applying for and the office where you apply, the number of on–site interviews may differ.
You shouldn't have to wait too long. We'll let you know whether we'd like to make you an offer as soon after the final interview as possible. Before your start date you may find it useful to come back for a visit. This will allow you to have a more personalised, informal chat about what to expect once you join and take a look round the office.
It's important to us that you are adequately informed about the format and competencies against which you'll be assessed in your interview. This will allow you to perform to the best of your ability. At PwC all our people are required to demonstrate certain core skills, which we refer to as the “PwC Professional”. These are assessed throughout the application process, and candidates should able to explain how their own experiences may demonstrate each of the PwC Professional attribute.
If you’re an experienced professional, we’ll be looking for you to provide examples from your career so far, using examples of how your career history aligns to The PwC Professional attributes, and how you can add value to the role you’ve applied to.
Here’s what we look for when assessing people against The PwC Professional leadership framework.
We need you to lead yourself and others, regardless of your grade, by making a real difference in the work you do. This means delivering results in a responsible, authentic, resilient, inclusive and passionate way.
You’ll bring business knowledge and awareness, or have a willingness to learn about business, and can bring innovation, and fresh thinking, to create distinctive value for our clients and PwC.
In your role you apply a range of technical capabilities to deliver quality and value for our clients and PwC.
In a continually complex and changing world, you’ll need to operate and collaborate effectively, with a mind-set that transcends geographic and cultural boundaries.
You’re skilled at building relationships of high value which are genuine and rooted in trust.