We’re sure you have a lot questions about what it’s like to work at PwC. Here are the answers to the most common questions.
In Ukraine we have Internship Program only for PwC Legal. Details: pwc.com/ua/legalinternship.
But you can join PwC as an Intern. It means that you will become a PwC employee, but still be able to take unpaid ‘study leave’ discussed and approved by your manager. All vacancies open for students and graduates at PwC Ukraine are listed in the Graduate careers job search.
We request different level of English for different job openings (minimum Intermediate (B1) English level).
If you are a student, graduate or young professional, we offer you a chance to learn us inside out by participating in free contests, trainings and meetings. To stay updates, follow our career pages in social media - Facebook, Instagram and Telegram.
We encourage you to follow our career pages in social media - Facebook, Instagram and Telegram - to be aware of all hot jobs, free educational events for students and graduates, interesting company news and career tips.
Or join our PwC Talent Community! Introduce yourself to us by submitting a short profile, and we'll connect you directly to relevant news, recruitment events and meaningful career opportunities as they become available.
Our PwC Talent Community is a way to learn more about our company, obtain careers tips and be inspired by the unique career experiences of those working in this industry. The newsletter is sent once each quarter.
To ensure fairness and legal compliance in our recruitment processes, we only accept CV/resumes (or links to social media profiles such as LinkedIn) that are sent when applying to a specific vacancy on our Graduate careers job search or Experienced careers job search sections. We do not review or respond to unsolicited resume submissions via email.
People working at PwC usually stay in the same position for 2-4 years before moving to their next role. Check out PwC career path at ‘Step 1. Find the perfect areas and role to fulfill for you potential’ section of How to join PwC? page.
At PwC, we encourage internal mobility and post vacancies on our internal careers website. Keeping our people engaged and happy with new challenges is important, and that's why internal mobility is highly valued here.
Candidates who want to stand out are always interested in professional development opportunities. It could be on-the-job training but also doing a relevant study alongside their work. If you want pursue study not offered by PwC, you can always discuss this with your manager. You may also get a budget for this when it's relevant to your work.