Do the extraordinary.
What you’re capable of doing, is extraordinary. At PwC we make it possible for you to get the extraordinary done. Assisting you to develop the skills, knowledge and network with which to build an exciting and inspiring career.
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Everyone's career path is unique. That's why PwC offers countless career options and development opportunities that fit with your aspirations, supporting you every step of the way. So you can become everything you want to be and more. We achieve this through a combination of innovative learning approaches, on-the-job coaching, and experiences that allow you to hit major milestones, and keep going.
The ultimate success of PwC depends on the expertise of our people. We encourage learning opportunities and experiences that tap into your real potential. Each employee receives privileged access to a rich catalogue of learning programs and courses via our 'Learning Hub'. Many of these programs can be taken anytime, anywhere. So whatever you want to learn more about, it's in your hands.
Coaching, both formal and informal happens every day with us. It's a great way to learn from the experience of others, and build mutually beneficial relationships with colleagues, managers and thought leaders. Coaching also provides you with regular ongoing feedback on how you're progressing, providing you with the facts you need to assist your growth and development.
Where you want to go, doesn’t have to end at your local office. There are opportunities at PwC for you to develop language skills, gain cultural insights, and experience living and working overseas. Just imagine, you could enjoy a fully managed overseas assignment, whilst experiencing a foreign country and much more. The possibilities at PwC are as wide open as you choose to make them.
For us, flexibility isn't a poster in the tea-room. It's something that's actively implemented. Having a flexible working environment allows us to attend to our clients with greater agility, and ensures a better quality of life for those who work with us. Some of our flexible initiatives include:
PwC is a high-growth business. That means more opportunities for fast-tracked promotion and greater rewards, but that's just the start of what we offer:
Previously I’d studied a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Mathematics. As a Consultant at PwC I’ve worked across various projects – including building government cost benefit analysis, through to creating an Excel tool for a billion-dollar technology company.
When I did my internship with PwC, I found it extremely rewarding to work in a consulting gig with multiple clients and industries as opposed to working on a single product. The potential career growth, talented colleagues, work life balance and brand sealed the deal for me.
After completing a Bachelor of Commerce and a Master of Engineering (Structural) I was lucky enough to join PwC straight from Uni. My background in engineering has served as a great foundation for client work, allowing me to build on what I found interesting in my studies.
I studied Commerce, majoring in Accounting and International Business. I currently work in “Base Camp”. It’s a development program which allows me the opportunity to work across all our major business and industry groups in my first few years. It’s been really rewarding with many diverse experiences and a real community feel that helps me learn and grow. I’m really happy at PwC.
There are so many opportunities at PwC - you’ve just got to grab them and have a go! I’ve worked in 3 different business areas so far and got the opportunity to travel to Ethiopia as an ambassador for PwC with World Vision. We visited and raised money for local coffee growers, and raised $50,000 as a team. It was a pretty proud moment. Who would have known my Arts and Commerce degree would lead to such diverse experiences!
I was always passionate about science. I studied Law/Science, majoring in Pharmacology. I didn't realise there was a way to combine both degrees, but PwC has let me do it. Here I work with lots of organisations - from drug developers, to software companies. It’s great that I get to use my technical background a lot.
PwC is inspired by potential. Potential in individuals, teams, clients, communities and everyone we engage with. We look for it in the new, the bold, in our explorations and in pushing ourselves beyond where we've been before.
Speak up for what is right, especially when it feels difficult. Expect and deliver the highest quality outcomes. Make decisions and act as if our personal reputation were at stake.
Stay informed and ask questions about the future of the world we live in. Create impact with our colleagues, our clients and society through our actions. Respond with agility to the ever changing environment in which we operate.
Make the effort to understand every individual and what matters to them. Recognise the value that each person contributes. Support others to grow and work in ways that bring out their best.
Collaborate and share relationships, ideas and knowledge beyond boundaries. Seek and integrate a diverse range of perspectives, people and ideas. Give and ask for feedback to improve ourselves and others.
Dare to challenge the status quo and try new things. Innovate, test and learn from failure. Have an open mind to the possibilities in every idea.