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Dublin: 06.12.2013 02.25PM
David Gibbons, trainee with Deloitte, Orla Graham, Head of HR, Brendan Jennings, managing partner, and Eimear Larkin, trainee with Deloitte
Deloitte has announced today that it is seeking 215 graduates to fill positions in its Irish business over the next year.
The positions are for an initial three and a half-year contract and will be available in the firm’s Dublin, Cork and Limerick offices across all departments, including tax, audit, consulting, corporate finance and enterprise risk services.
According to the company, 200 of the positions are for an autumn 2012 start, while the rest will start this year. The positions will be available to graduates from a range of different disciplines, including accountancy and business, engineering, IT and legal.
Applications can only be made via the dedicated graduate recruitment website, which is open from today until 5pm on Thursday, 13 October 2011, for NUI Galway students and 5pm, Wednesday, 19 October 2011, for students from all other colleges.
“At Deloitte, we remain steadfastly committed to our graduate development programme and believe it is critical to the future success of our firm, and our role within the industry,” said Brendan Jennings, managing partner, Deloitte. “We are offering 215 graduate positions, which is a significant increase on last year, when we recruited over 150 graduates."
Article courtesy of Businessandleadership.com