We’re located in the heart of downtown, just steps away from Churchill Square, home to many summer festivals and a trendy food scene. We’re an active city, with our office situated close to trails, outdoor parks and the beautiful river valley. We’re a friendly and social team that looks out for each other and collaborates while completing challenging and demanding work. After a hard day in the office, you’ll often find us socializing somewhere downtown.
Our partners and managers have a genuine interest in your career development, and we’re fortunate to be able to learn from the best in the business. From day one, you’ll be integrated into our office culture by participating in events, committees, team sports and volunteering. The fun doesn’t stop at golf, games night, team barbecues, socials and pizza lunches. In the past 12 months, our team has worked together to support local organizations, including the Edmonton Food Bank, Habitat for Humanity and Ronald McDonald House.
The Edmonton office has approximately 200 employees who work in assurance, tax, consulting and deals. We’re high performing, determined and professional. As an office, nearly 60% of us are millennials, and this helps us create a forward-thinking and dynamic environment. We’re focused on learning and development, so we can achieve our best and have fun along the way. We work with a wide range of clients, from small local businesses to international conglomerates and public sector clients.
There are many opportunities for you to advance your career. You’ll work and learn with team members from many different backgrounds and experiences—all contributing to our unique culture.
“I love how managers and associates at PwC always invest the time to teach me new concepts and tricks that help me work more effectively and efficiently.”
“Working at PwC lets me take ownership of my own career. All I have to do is ask! Whether we’re working on an IFRS audit engagement or a special engagement for the government, the work is always interesting and challenging.”