Deloitte seeking 200 graduates for its Dublin, Cork and Limerick offices in 2013
Deloitte Ireland's managing partner Brendan Jennings and trainees at the firm, David Dunne and Carol Tully, plus Orla Graham, head of human resources

Deloitte seeking 200 graduates for its Dublin, Cork and Limerick offices in 2013

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Business advisory firm Deloitte is seeking 200 graduates to fill an initial three-and-a-half-year contract at its Dublin, Cork and Limerick offices, starting from autumn 2013. As well as this, the company has 80 openings for experienced professionals.

In terms of the graduate roles, Deloitte said the 200 positions will be across all departments, including audit, tax, consulting, corporate finance and enterprise risk services for an autumn 2013 start or, for students who go on to complete a post-graduate course, an autumn 2014 start.

Deloitte said it would welcome applications from students from all academic disciplines, not only those with accountancy and business backgrounds.

Those applying for these graduate positions can do so via a specific Deloitte graduate recruitment website. The firm said the site would be open for applications from Monday, 10 September. Deloitte said the application process would close at 5pm on Monday, 15 October 2012, for NUI Galway students and at 5pm on Wednesday, 17 October 2012, for students from all other colleges.

“We’re excited to hear from graduates who wish to embark on a dynamic, challenging and diverse career. What many candidates find attractive is the breadth of opportunities we offer at Deloitte,” said Brendan Jennings, Deloitte’s managing partner.

He said Deloitte would also be holding recruitment events at the various college campuses over the coming months.

As for the 80 positions for experienced professionals, these roles will mainly be in the areas of enterprise risk services, technology and management consulting.

“We have a range of positions available to technology, management consulting and risk professionals,” added Jennings.

Carmel Doyle
By Carmel Doyle

JournalistCarmel was a long-time reporter with Siliconrepublic.com. She reported on clean tech, innovation and start-ups, covering everything from renewable energy to electric vehicles, the smart grid, nanotech, space exploration, university spin-outs and technology transfer.

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