Calgary is a fast-growing, vibrant city ideal for young professionals who arrive from all over Canada for fantastic career opportunities. We’re close to the Rocky Mountains, and the city is a hub of outdoor activity in addition to having great food, shopping and a sense of community. If you want a great career in a young and energetic city, make PwC Calgary your new home.
In addition to providing service to clients in many capacities, we make time to volunteer for local charities and to get involved with the community. We’ve helped support the YMCA Calgary Rocky Mountain Camp, United Way, Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House and a number of other great causes.
If you’re looking for a friendly, multicultural environment to help you succeed, Calgary is the place for you. There’s a feeling around the city that goes beyond just an industry: come feel it for yourself.
The Calgary office mirrors the feel of the city; we’re fun, welcoming and energetic. When you walk through our doors, you’ll feel a youthful vibe that’s laid-back while still providing great opportunities in assurance, tax, consulting, deals and risk assurance services.
PwC Calgary is one of the largest national offices, with more than 650 partners and staff across the different lines of service. We offer a diverse client base of public and private companies, including energy, oil and gas, technology, financial services, engineering, insurance and not-for-profits.
PwC Calgary is all about the people. We’re approachable and friendly. We enjoy working together and we also like having fun! We’re a social office, and as many of us have moved here from other cities, we form close-knit bonds and get to know each other and our partners in informal settings outside the office.
“The PwC Calgary office is a fun, energetic and challenging work environment. Everyone is very team-focused and you develop friendships and connections that will last a lifetime.”
“Working here is a great opportunity to work with an amazing group of people who encourage me to learn by doing and to keep challenging myself.”