Company: 1 of the Big 4 Professional Services Companies
Role: Audit Graduate Scheme
Start Date: September 2020
Degrees accepted: Any Degree Accepted
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What is the role?
Auditing involves analysing data that goes into financial statements to ensure that they are a true and fair representation of the business.
– You’ll gain experience with companies across a range of sectors, learning how to deliver an accurate, impartial perspective on financial activity – skills in which you will develop from day one
– It’s work with real impact – opportunity to make a positive difference for businesses and society and to shape the future of the profession
– Working in audit will equip you with valuable technical skills, broad commercial understanding and in-depth knowledge of many different industry sectors
– You will have the opportunity to train to become a Chartered Accountant, with all qualifications fully funded and supported (ACA)
– You will be working with a rich variety of clients to inspire and develop your potential
– You will have the opportunity to travel to visit clients both nationally and internationally
– You will be joining a Top 10 graduate employer with some of the world’s leading graduate programmes
Why work in Reading?
– All the same benefits, training and opportunities as at their other UK locations.
– The Reading office is a fantastic place to start your career at, giving you the same wide-ranging client exposure as other offices.
– With a diverse range of businesses, Reading is a dynamic contributor to the UK economy.
– The area is home to innovative start-ups as well as many of the world’s leading multinationals, and the firms’ teams here work with listed and privately-owned companies across a range of sectors including manufacturing, retail, public sector, private equity and business services.
Who is best suited to this role?
– You must be on track for a 2:1 or above in ANY degree subject
– You must be committed to living and working in Reading
– You must be comfortable analysing and interpreting complex information