It’s an incredibly exciting time to join PwC’s technology services. Whether we’re exploring the future of business, restructuring the internal systems of one of our clients, or developing new tech to use in-house, there's a passion for innovation across everything we do here.

The technology we all use today is essential for the next era of growth. From innovators developing new software and applications, to scientists creating breakthroughs in processing speeds, technology is disrupting the way PwC approaches business.

The tech teams at PwC Technology are as varied as they are unique. We work at the intersection of business and data-manipulation in Risk Assurance and Insight Analytics, creating and delivering the end-to-end UX for companies of tomorrow in The Experience Centre. Our Cyber Security team employs offensive security techniques to identify vulnerabilities in client systems, and we develop market-leading technologies and solutions for PwC’s workforce in Digitech.


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What you'll do

Pursuing a career in Technology will expose you to different teams, business experiences, and skill-sets. The options are many. You could join the Risk Assurance team, helping clients to analyse, assess and address risk and to navigate regulatory requirements in an increasingly complex and technological environment. Or join our Technology Consulting practice, exploring innovative ways to help clients transform their business through technology. The teams in Technology Consulting play critical roles in helping clients solve complex business problems through technology.

There's also our in-house technology centres under our Strategy and Transformations service line. In teams like Digitech, you’ll accelerate PwC towards the next generation of business, by developing new technologies for staff, contractors, and client engagement. The choices are plentiful, and so are the extraordinary things you can achieve.

Teams you can join in Technology:

  • Experience Centre - PwC's digital accelerator, the Experience Centre brings together experts from multiple disciplines, creating next-generation experiences for customers, employees and partners.
  • Cyber Security - Performing robust assessments of operational technology environments, this area formulates security recommendations and implements them end-to-end.
  • Insight Analytics - Finding new meaning through data, our analytical methods and tools take contextual information and provide important insights for business.
  • Enterprise Digital - Our diverse team of software developers and business analysts work together to deliver innovative, technology driven end-to-end solutions that automate, enhance and optimise business processes.
  • Technology Advisory Services - This service translates deep technological solutions into simple business outcomes, assisting high performing IT organisations.
  • Technology Consulting - Translating deep technological solutions into simple business outcomes, with a focus on end-to-end, large scale enterprise level transformations for some of our highest profile clients. Our team offers a range of capabilities, from designing IT strategies, developing technology architecture, building enterprise application solutions, sourcing, and project and operational management.
  • DigiTech - Our internal IT support and technology innovation team ensure that we have the best tools at our disposal (such as the google suite) and receive the best tech support around by reimagining how we interact and use technology in our daily work environments.
  • Enterprise Information Management - Our team helps our clients leverage and build on their current technology to enhance capability and ensure they are aligned and equipped to meet the needs of the business. As a member of the team, you will be involved in delivering engagements on behalf of our clients in areas such as:
    • BI / IM strategy and roadmaps
    • BI competency centres
    • BI tools selection and implementation
    • Data governance and management
    • Data architecture, warehouse design, big data review and roadmap
  • Fraud and Forensics - PwCs Forensic Services practice offers a full spectrum of forensic solutions, ranging from fraud prevention and detection management to post-incident investigative services and remedial activities.
    The team of forensic specialists includes:
    • former regulators
    • law enforcement agents
    • financial crime specialists
    • forensic accountants
    • computer forensic consultants
    • research specialists all of whom are highly experienced across a full range of industries.

Risk Assurance - Our Risk Assurance team help clients analyse, assess and address risk. They explain how to navigate the regulatory requirement of our world where technology and innovation are having dramatic impacts. Services include IT & Project Assurance, Information Security Assurance, Risk & Controls Optimisation and Internal Audit. For more information, refer to the ‘Assurance’ section.

Training & Development

When you start with us, the expectations of your abilities are kept realistic. You won't be expected to have the technical skills of an experienced professional right away. You'll also be assigned a Buddy and a Coach. The PwC Buddy-Coach system ensures you are given support from day one. PwC is dedicated to giving all employees the chance to discover their potential through both formal and informal training and coaching.

You'll also have the opportunity to attend industry leading Technology conferences, participate in internal learning and development sessions, and meet with thought-leaders. You'll also get the chance to be trained on some of the latest and most exciting emerging technologies.

Application Dates

Applications for technology roles will open on August 21, 2017 and close September 8, 2017. Apply here.

Who's eligible?

We accept people from all degree backgrounds.

Ideally you'll be:

  • In your final year or have completed an undergraduate or postgraduate degree
  • If you are an international student, you must be in possession of full-time working rights within Australia. International students will need to submit either one of the following: IELTS, OET, TOEFL, iBT, PTE or CAE. International Students will also need to submit their visa notice, and meet the minimum requirements as set out by the Australian Department of Immigration. To view these requirements, click here.)

What is the recruitment process?

It's never been easier! Simply:

  1. Apply online
  2. Complete an online aptitude test 
  3. Record a video interview
  4. Attend an assessment centre

Once you complete the process, offers will be issued from your local recruiter.

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When do applications open and close?

Applications for technology roles will open on August 21, 2017 and close September 8, 2017. Apply here.

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When would I start the Graduate Program?

You will generally commence your formal Graduate role early in 2018. Some start dates may vary depending on the line of service and your personal availability.

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Am I still a Graduate?

We consider candidates in their final year or those that have completed a undergraduate or post graduate degree.

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I'm an international student – can I apply?

If you have full-time working rights within Australia, you can apply for the Graduate Program. You will be required to supply supporting documentation as evidence.

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When will the Assessment Centre Days be held?

Our 2018 Vacationer and Graduate vacancies now operate on a deadline driven basis.

Assessment centres for technology roles will take place week commencing 8th October.  

Whilst we try to accommodate all candidates, we will require you to attend an Assessment Centre to ensure a fair candidate process for all applicants. Therefore, if you are overseas for extended periods of time, we may be unable to progress your application.  

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Is this Graduate Program rotational?

Most Graduate positions are not rotational, and the team you are placed in, will be your ongoing role (until you reach promotion and so on).

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When does the Graduate Program end?

When you are offered a Graduate role, this role is permanent and ongoing. The Graduate Program ends for you individually when you are promoted to a Senior Consultant level.

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