We put inclusion and innovation at the heart of our application process
We’ve embraced technology by using an innovative cloud-based online application platform for Administrative, Specialist, Associate and Senior Associate roles that includes on-demand video interviews. This platform provides you with a seamless, efficient and convenient application process, saving you time and giving you flexibility, and it’s configured for tablets, smartphones and laptops. Please be advised that we can only conduct video interviews in English or French. For Manager positions and above, we set up pre-screen phone interviews.
We look forward to getting to know you and seeing what you bring to the table!
We’re constantly evolving and innovating, and we’re proud that our approach to hiring is different from that used by our competitors. We strive to provide a unique and enjoyable application process that gives you the opportunity to showcase your talent and skills and get to know us in more detail.
If you’re used to speaking to colleagues and clients on the telephone, a telephone interview can appear to be straightforward. But even highly capable candidates can perform poorly at this early stage.
So preparation for this element of the assessment process is as vital as it is for later stages. For many candidates, the situation can feel contrived and impersonal, due to the lack of eye contact and ability to build rapport. But considering and adopting some of the points below can help you make a positive impression and, ultimately, succeed at this stage:
This is a unique opportunity to bring your application to life. You’ll be asked to answer several behavioural, technical and situational questions on the screen by some of our people. Think of this as a virtual cover letter: It’s a way to help us get to know you and for you to shine in ways a traditional recruitment process doesn’t allow. Here are some other tips to help you with your application:
We’re committed to treating all our job applicants fairly and with respect and to building a diverse workforce representative of the communities we serve. We encourage and are pleased to consider all qualified candidates, without regard to ethnicity, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, Aboriginal status, age or disability.
We’re also committed to creating an inclusive environment for our people and our interview candidates. Please contact your recruiter if you need any accommodations during our selection process. Accommodations can include, but aren’t limited to, arrangements for persons with disabilities. Any information provided by you for any accommodations will be kept confidential and won’t be used in the selection process.
Our team of recruiters sources candidates directly, and they’re always happy to connect with candidates about opportunities at PwC Canada. At times they’ll work with one of our preferred recruitment suppliers to source candidates for particular roles.
We don’t accept unsolicited resumes from recruitment agencies or suppliers that aren’t part of our preferred vendor list.
We do not pay agency fees when speculative and unsolicited resumes are submitted to PwC or any of our partners or employees other than through our recruitment process and Talent Acquisition Team. If this is not adhered to, PwC reserves the right to contact these candidates directly and have discussions with them without paying any agency fees. Submission of any unsolicited resumes or proposals to PwC will be deemed evidence of full and unlimited acceptance of our agency policy.
As a candidate, you should never be asked to pay an agency or third party a fee for an introduction to PwC. Please contact us immediately if an agency offers an introduction or a role with us for a fee.
We welcome applications from candidates already eligible to work in Canada. If you hold a temporary open work permit, you can apply to a role we currently have open. We may not be in a position to extend your work permit.
If you don’t work for the PwC network globally and don’t hold a valid visa, there are limited cases where PwC can sponsor a work visa. This may be subject to an assessment of candidate skills and approval to progress sponsorship from the business if a local resource cannot be identified.