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PwC 2020 Higher Apprenticeship Program - Melbourne - Economics & Policy

Using your skills in analytical thinking and problem solving, in Consulting (Economics and Policy) you'll help clients understand the fundamental dynamics of their markets

    Opportunity details

    Opportunity Types
    Internship
    Salary
    $AU
    Start Date
    Ongoing

    Application dates

    Applications Open
    3 Jun 2019
    Applications Close
    31 Jul 2019

    Minimum requirements

    Level of Study
    Certificate
    Accepting International Applications
    No
    Degrees Accepted
    B
    Business & Management
    C
    Creative Arts
    E
    Engineering & Mathematics
    H
    Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
    I
    IT & Computer Science
    L
    Law, Legal Studies & Justice
    M
    Medical & Health Sciences
    P
    Property & Built Environment
    S
    Sciences
    T
    Teaching & Education

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

    As an Apprentice, you'll have the opportunity to build new skills in a hands on learning environment, receive paid employment, and take study leave to earn a professional qualification (Certificate IV followed by Diploma) at the same time.

    Over the course of 24 months and with the support of a mentor and team leader, you'll contribute to exciting projects that are helping shape the future of Australia and beyond!

    Upon successful completion of the qualifications and based on performance on the job, there is the opportunity of advancement of career onto our Graduate program.

    About Economics and Policy

    Using your skills in analytical thinking and problem solving, in Consulting (Economics and Policy) you'll help public and private sector clients understand the fundamental dynamics of their markets and products, outline future outcomes and assess what it means for them, and evaluate the impact of an investment or policy decision on their stakeholders.

    About you!

    With a strong foundation of learning behind you, you're ready to enter the world of work. With a genuine interest in business and technology, you are keen to develop your skills in a hands on environment and contribute to real projects that are helping change the community, for the better. You're curious, have a love for problem solving, an appetite to develop your knowledge and learn as you go. You're excited by the opportunity to work, earn and study at the same time and are able to commit to completing a 24 month qualification that will see you develop and grow your career in professional services.

    Eligibility

    To be eligible to apply for the Higher Apprenticeship Program, you must be an Australian or New Zealand Citizen or an Australian Permanent Resident and have obtained a high school certificate (HSC, VCE, VCAL or equivalent). At the time the program commences in January 2020, you must not possess a degree, certificate 1V or higher.

    Next Steps

    Our recruitment process will follow the timeline below:

    • Application opens on 3rd June 2019
    • Applications close 28th July 2019
    • Online Testing deadline 4th August 2019
    • Video Interview deadline 11th August 2019
    • Video Interview outcomes 18th August 2019
    • Assessment Centres commencing 26th August 2019
    • Upon submitting your application, you'll receive an invitation to complete online assessments. Please complete these within 72 hours, and no later than the online test deadline.

    Note: If you have previously completed the Pymetrics online assessment for PwC or another company, you will need to log into the Pymetrics portal via our invitation link in order to submit your previous gameplay be considered for this role.

    Please note we accept one application per candidate. We recommend that you apply to the location and business area that closely aligns with your skills, passions and interests. People who reach the final stages of the recruitment process will be contacted by a recruiter to confirm the business area that they will be considered for.

    Have a question? Connect with us by email, placing your name and the vacancy you're applying to in the subject line. For example: < Name> | < 2020 Higher Apprenticeship program - Melbourne>

    NationalCampusRecruitment@au.pwc.com

    Wishing you all the best in creating your application!

    PwC Campus Recruitment

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