We are looking at graduates from different disciplines with a minimum of Upper Second Class honours or equivalent from reputable institutions.
As you would expect, a strong academic background is important, however, in our experience it is also well-rounded individuals who succeed in PwC. For you to be successful you will need to demonstrate the following competencies:
Coach and develop yourself and others
It’s about not being afraid to push yourself
You are the kind of person who always wants to improve so you will be able to show us how much you have done to develop yourself and to help others do better too.
Communicate with impact and empathy
It’s about getting your message across
You will need to be able to get your point across and bring others round to your way of thinking. And you should just be as happy to listen to others’ ideas and opinions
Be curious, learn share and innovate
It’s about looking at things differently
Do you like coming up with new ways of doing things? Good. At PwC you will benefit from our commitment to life-long learning –as long as you are always ready to learn, share and innovate
Lead and contribute to team success
It’s about giving others a leg up
If you like teamwork you will like working with PwC. And the better you can support, lead and get along with others the better you will get on here
Build and sustain relationships
It’s about getting on with everyone
If you can build relationships with clients and people you will be better placed to measure, protect and enhance what matters most to our clients and people.
Demonstrate courage and integrity
It’s about being happy to speak up
Honesty and integrity are absolutely vital in a business like ours. They will help you be open with your client and the people you work with.
Manage projects and economics
It’s about always having a plan B
At PwC, you will need to make sure that your standards never slip. That means you could well find yourself juggling quite a few different priorities or turning to a back-up plan if a project doesn’t go quite as you expected.
Be open minded, practical and agile
It’s about embracing change
You will never stand still at PwC. Because business and client needs change all the time and you will have to adapt to different ways of working and, through it all, remain 100% committed to delivering the highest quality work
Acquire and apply commercial and technical expertise
It’s about having a business brain
At PwC you will always be building your commercial and technical skills- mostly on the job and through training courses
Being passionate about client service
It’s about going that extra mile
Being passionate about what you do will help you deliver the results your client wants. Which is why you will need to be someone who goes out of their way to come up with the right solution.