Great Opportunities at PwC
By Ballyclare High School on 11 November, 2019
Opportunities for Year 13 and 14 at PwC
PwC currently have a Spring 2020 School Leaver role available for those who have
already achieved their A-levels or equivalent. This role is for those who would like to
join us as a trainee accountant in our Operate: Compliance Operations team in
Belfast this March 2020. This role offers applicants the opportunity to join us on a
permanent full time basis whilst studying part time for a nationally recognised
qualification in Accountancy.
Applications are open now on our website with a closing date of Friday 10th January at
PwC’s Year 13 paid summer work experience programmes – Business Insight Week
and Digital Insight Week – are also now live on our website for applications.
The application deadline is Friday 14th February at 5pm . Students can
only apply to one of these programmes and will do so directly on our website:
Business Insight week – The students rotate between various teams in the firm
and get involved in real client work alongside PwC staff. After the week, students will
be given the exclusive opportunity to come forward to secure a school and college
leaver role with us once they have completed their A-levels. More information is
available via this link –
Digital Insight Week – A programme designed to provide students with the
knowledge and experience required to prepare them for work in the Technology
sector. They will learn theoretical and technical techniques used, work on real client
challenges, case studies and simulations, and gain a deep insight into the work we do.
After the week, students will be given the exclusive opportunity to fast track through
part of the application process on to our Queen’s Technology Degree Apprenticeship
programme. More information is available via this link –
PwC also have a School Career Open Day taking place on Friday 14 Feb in their
PwC Belfast office from 10am – 4pm, which is open to Year 13 and 14 students
interested in spending a day in the office, finding out who we are and what we do,
meet our recent recruits and prepare for our recruitment process.
Students can register on our website if they wish to attend –
PwC have just launched the 2019/20 National Schools Employability Challenge
(NSEC) . This online employability challenge is open to Year 13 and Year 14 students
and the monthly winners will be invited to an exclusive employability skills event
at one of our UK offices. Some schools enter their students as part of careers class
or students can apply in their own time.
The link to apply is here – https://www.nsechallenge.co.uk/