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PwC 2019 Trainee Program - Technology Risk - Sydney

Sydney, Newcastle

Creating a meaningful career is important, but so is creating yourself. 

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Internship

Application dates

Applications Open
23 Jul 2018
Applications Close
19 Aug 2018

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Degrees Accepted
B
Actuarial Studies
Business Administration & Management
Human Resources
Marketing, Advertising & Public Relations
C
Communication & Media Studies
Graphic Design & Visual Arts
Music & Performing Arts
E
Aerospace Engineering & Aviation
Civil Engineering & Construction
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Materials Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mining Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
H
Classics
Archaeology & History
Languages, Literature & Linguistics
Philosophy
Politics & Policy Studies
Psychology & Counselling
Social Work & Sociology
Theology & Comparative Religion
Humanities (all other)
Social Science (all other)
M
Psychology & Counselling
Dentistry & Dental Science
Exercise & Sports Science
Medicine & Medical Science
Nursing & Midwifery
Nutrition & Dietetics
Optometry, Ophthalmology & Orthoptics
Pharmacy & Pharmacology
Public Health
I
Computer Graphics & Animation
Data Science
L
Law
Legal Studies
P
Architecture & Interior Design
Building & Construction
Property, Land & Real Estate
S
Agricultural Science & Management
Chemistry
Earth Sciences
Physics & Astronomy
Sciences (all other)
T
General Education Studies

To do both, you need the right opportunities – to grow equally as a professional and an individual, and to make an impact in a community where creating positive difference matters.

The skills, experience and connections you will gain with PwC provide that opportunity. The rest is yours to create!

About the opportunity

If you are in your first year of a three-year degree, second year of a four-year degree, or third year of a five-year degree, kick start your career by joining our Trainee Program. The Trainee program enables you to gain practical experience within our Risk Assurance business area while still completing your degree. It's the ultimate way to put what you're learning at uni into practice.

Once you've completed the Trainee Program and your degree, you may be offered a full-time graduate position with the firm.

About the team: Technology Risk

Technology Risk provides clients with independent reviews and confidence in the technology decisions, applications and the platforms they operate. The team help to manage emerging risks tied to systems, security, data, reporting and programs to enable clients to create a more digitally integrated environment and better harness new technologies.

The work you'll do here involves providing assurance in relation to client activities spanning Technology Strategy and Transformation, IT Operations, Digital Integration and Emerging Technology as well as specialist Technology support for internal and external audit services.

Our Technology Risk team is part of our Risk Assurance practice. 

Next Steps

For more information on the business areas at PwC and benefits of the Trainee Program, please visit our website.

Please note that to be eligible for the Trainee Program, you must be an Australian or New Zealand Citizen or an Australian Permanent Resident.

Applications open on Monday 23rd July and close on Sunday 19th August at 5PM.

Our recruitment process will follow the timeline below. Please take note of the dates and complete testing and video interviews as soon as possible to ensure you have enough time to do your best!

  • Online Testing deadline - Wednesday 22 August
  • Video Interview deadline - Sunday 26 August
  • Video Interview outcomes by Wednesday 5th September
  • Assessment Centres commencing 10th September

Graduate Success Stories


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I think the thrill of settling transactions and creating major commercial outcomes for clients is what keeps corporate lawyers going – it’s certainly one aspect that I find exhilarating.

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  • Graduate stories
I think the thrill of settling transactions and creating major commercial outcomes for clients is what keeps corporate lawyers going – it’s certainly one aspect that I find exhilarating.

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We get to learn about new clients, understand how different sectors operate and what people in different organisations do.

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  • Graduate stories
We get to learn about new clients, understand how different sectors operate and what people in different organisations do.

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Susanna Su
  • Graduate stories
I think the thrill of settling transactions and creating major commercial outcomes for clients is what keeps corporate lawyers going – it’s certainly one aspect that I find exhilarating.

Susanna Su

  • Graduate stories
I think the thrill of settling transactions and creating major commercial outcomes for clients is what keeps corporate lawyers going – it’s certainly one aspect that I find exhilarating.

Susanna Su

PWC Graduate Tony Cui Profile
  • Graduate stories
We get to learn about new clients, understand how different sectors operate and what people in different organisations do.

Tony Cui

  • Graduate stories
We get to learn about new clients, understand how different sectors operate and what people in different organisations do.

Tony Cui