PwC School Leaver Programme, Management Consulting Programme, Multiple Locations In person opportunity
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Who are PwC?
PwC is a professional services firm. Their purpose is to solve important problems and build trust in society. They help their clients solve business-related problems through the use of their people who are experts in a range of fields such as audit, consulting, tax, deals, legal, risk and operate. They work with clients in a huge variation of industries from retail to financial services, manufacturing to oil and gas, and clients of all sizes.
School and College Leaver programme
A position on the PwC School and College Leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. All School and College Leaver programmes are designed to help you develop your business skills through real client work, while also completing formal training and studying towards qualifications to give you a head start in your career. PwC will provide you with support all the way. You’ll earn a competitive salary, benefit from our excellent support networks and have the opportunity to continually progress your career. Just like the graduate joiners, you’ll work on varied and challenging client and internal projects, which make a real difference to the world of business. You’ll be coached by PwC's people, who are experts in their field, and at the same time, thanks to study support, you won’t need to worry about paying for course and exam fees, textbooks or revision materials.
Transformation is in PwC's DNA. Their unique combination of strategy, technology and management consulting expertise positions them as the go-to specialists for strategy-led, digitally-enabled, results-driven transformation programmes.
Through transformation PwC improve the way clients operate; manage costs; better align people, process and technology initiatives; support business growth to maintain or improve competitive edge. In doing so, focusing on their strategic objectives and the big issues they need to deal with, both today and in the future.
You can choose to start in Management Consulting, where you’ll develop your core consulting and technical skills and gain a breadth of experience through a variety of roles, either across industries or engagements. PwC's Consulting practice has been in the top three The Times Top 100 Graduate Employer of Choice for Consulting, for the past seven consecutive years. PwC have also been externally recognised within the industry, winning two Management Consultancies Association Awards.
What you’ll do
You’ll typically find yourself working as part of a team of anything from 2 to 30 people or more, working on projects that can be based anywhere from the UK to the USA, or Middle East to Africa. Client projects are resourced Nationally, so travelling and living away from home will be required. When you are not on a project you are expected to be based out of your home office.
You’ll spend a lot of time with clients at their base locations dealing with issues as they arise, and gaining valuable exposure to different types of projects, internal and external, and diverse industries.
You’ll carry out detailed analysis and help make recommendations that change clients’ businesses. This experience, combined with deep technical training, an emphasis on continual learning through different projects and the opportunity to work on internal support roles to gain specialist knowledge from within the network, will equip you with the skills to really make a difference.
PwC will monitor your development so you know how you're doing and where you can improve.
At this early stage in your career you’ll have access to inspirational leaders and this, coupled with the quality of the training you'll receive, means you'll become a recognised expert in the profession.
What you’ll gain
You will complete PwC’s Junior Management Consulting programme and you’ll also gain a Level 4 apprenticeship. PwC will support you to study for these qualifications whilst also learning the ropes by working with internal teams.
What you’ll need
Minimum requirements are 112 UCAS tariff from up to three full A-Levels or equivalent (not including General Studies or Critical Thinking), and a Grade C or 4 or above in GCSE (or equivalent) English Language and Mathematics.
Exams must have been taken in the same sitting and resits are accepted only where modules or papers have been retaken in the same academic year. If you have any extenuating circumstances related to your exam marks or the sequencing of your exams, please declare this on your application and this will be considered as PwC review your application.
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