Selection process for interns and junior auditors
As a first step, you will need to create a user account where you must enter some personal information and upload your CV. Your account will make it easy for you to follow the status of your application.
If you are selected based on your CV, the next step in your application process will be a telephone interview. During the interview, you will be asked 6 to 8 questions to which you will need to give short answers (2-3 minutes each).
After a successful telephone interview, you will have to complete an online English language assessment test and a reasoning test. It will take about one and a half hours to complete the two tests, and you have three days to do so. The online test is extremely important as it is an essential part of your application, and can positively influence your chances of getting hired.
Once you have successfully passed these stages, you will be invited to the assessment centre (AC).
The AC is part of our selection procedure and takes about half a day. It allows us to get a broad picture of you as you progress through various tasks, and will help us make our decision. At the AC, you will be given team tasks and individual situational tasks.
Make sure you avoid putting on a persona, and just be yourself. Our recruitment specialists can easily spot “insincere” behaviour.
If you have successfully completed this stage as well, depending on your performance at the AC, you will be invited for a professional interview with a senior auditor colleague. By the end of the day, we will let you know if you can join us here at PwC.ához.
Application process for experienced hires
As a first step, you will need to create a user account where you must enter some personal information and upload your CV.
If your CV is selected, you will be invited for a personal interview.
If you cannot find an open position, or if you need more information, please contact our Recruitment leader.t.
Tips to help you prepare for the job interview
- Arrive on time.
- Don’t get too chummy with the interviewer.
- Don’t forget to say hello and goodbye.
Mind your appearance and behaviour.
- Your handshake should be firm but not too strong.
- Avoid excessive gesturing.
- Keep eye contact with the interviewer.
- Be confident, but don’t overdo it.
- Make sure you look neat and tidy, without going over the top.
Get prepared about PwC! You will find answers to the following questions from our corporate website:
- What is the scope of our activity?
- Who are our main competitors?
- In what markets do we operate?
- It is also worth reading articles and media reports.
Prepare for questions!
- Questions may be open-ended, such as when you are asked to tell a story. For example:
- Tell me about a case when you had to solve a difficult problem.
- What is your dream job?
- What do you think makes you a good fit for this position?
- Questions can also be aimed at finding out about factual details.
- Know what’s in your CV, be ready to talk about your studies, and your work-related tasks.
- Keep your answers short and to the point, as the interviewer’s time is limited.
- Don’t be surprised at unexpected questions. If you need more time to consider your answer, feel free to say so.
Don’t be shy to ask questions!
- If you have any questions about the company’s activities, job requirements or working conditions, don’t hesitate to ask.
- You can also ask about further steps in the selection process.