PwC to fill 250 roles in 2012 graduate recruitment programme
Ronan Murphy, PwC senior partner; Carmel O'Connor, PwC HR partner; and PwC graduates: Ciara Cogan (Tax) ; Aoife Sammon (Tax); Paul Baragwanath (Audit) and Jonathan Hayden (Audit)

PwC to fill 250 roles in 2012 graduate recruitment programme

26 Sep 2011

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Ireland is taking on 250 graduates, primarily in its Spencer Dock office in Dublin, but also in Cork, Limerick, Galway, Kilkenny, Waterford and Wexford.

The graduate roles are in the assurance, tax, advisory and actuarial practices of the firm.

In addition, the firm is recruiting 40 professionally qualified people to fill strategic roles in the audit, risk assurance, consulting, restructuring/insolvency, corporate finance and transaction services areas.

Carmel O’Connor, HR partner at PwC, said the company is looking for bright, energetic and talented graduates who "want to get the best training there is, work with an unrivalled client base and with people who are the best in the business".

Graduates will be immersed from day one in a structured training programme which seeks to give them the skills they need to “hit the ground running” and gain an understanding of the PwC culture and environment.

The closing dates for applications for the graduate programme range from 12-19 October. More details are on the PwC website.

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