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Share in our purpose and see the world through the lens of better

Would you like to work side-by-side with the entrepreneurs, game-changers, disrupters and visionaries of tomorrow? At EY, you can.

Just imagine every day you could play a part in the rise and success of the world’s greatest companies, as well as maintain the foundations of economic stability and growth. By helping the best in the business to innovate, you’ll be building on their legacy and creating a better working world.

At EY we’ll encourage you to do all this and more. Here the scale of your impact is matched only by the scope of your ambition. We’ll help you to develop the mindsets to ask and answer the most challenging questions posed by unrelenting disruption and unlimited innovation.

Discover the legacy EY is seeking to create at ey.com/betterworkingworld

Take control of your career

Whether your future lies in Assurance, Tax, Transactions or Advisory, we’ll provide the learning, experiences and coaching you need to become a successful professional.

At EY, there is no one path for everyone. You’re encouraged to create a path that reflects your individual talents and aspirations. We’ll work with you to help you succeed professionally and personally. With EY you can influence the future of your career, the businesses you work with and even the world you live in.

Rewards

We’ll reward you for your work and your commitment. Here are just some of the benefits you’ll enjoy during your first few years – and beyond.

  • Flexible leave and career breaks
  • Corporate discounts
  • Salary packaging
  • Study assistance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Health and well-being programs

Your journey starts here www.ey.com/au/betterbeginsnow

Key Facts

Industry

Accounting

Degrees/disciplines

Accounting
Actuarial Studies
Business/Commerce
Economics
Engineering - Other
Finance
Information Systems
IT/ICT
International Business/Relations
Law/Paralegal
Mathematics/Statistics
Psychology
Sciences

Position Locations

ACT - NSW - NT - QLD - SA - VIC - WA - New Zealand

PROGRAMS & DEADLINES

Australia: Open 18 February, 2019 and close 28 March 2019
New Zealand: Open 25 February, 2019 and close 21 March 2019

Citizenship / Eligibility Requirements

Australian citizens and permanent residents only (including New Zealand citizens)

Additional Eligibility Information

International students may apply to our New Zealand programmes, however must meet our eligibility requirements found here

FURTHER INFORMATION

Discover more at www.ey.com/au/betterbeginsnow
Facebook: www.facebook.com/eycareers
Instagram: www.instagram.com/EYAUCareers
Twitter: www.twitter.com/ey_CareersAUNZ

Join us full-time after graduation and you’ll be well on your way to achieving your career goals. We’ll propel you forward — so you can start to build the future you want immediately. You can enjoy early responsibility, expand your network and build your skills. Just imagine the confidence you’ll gain through new experiences with leading clients in different industries. You’ll get to work with experienced professionals who’ll guide you to be your best. After all, we want to help you be the best you can be, because when you shine, we do too.

When to apply

In the final year of your degree or as a graduate within 18 months from your graduation date at the time of application.

For more information, visit our website.

Key Facts

Industry

Accounting

Degrees/disciplines

Accounting
Actuarial Studies
Business/Commerce
Economics
Engineering - Other
Finance
HR/OH&S
Information Systems
IT/ICT
Law/Paralegal
Mathematics/Statistics
Psychology
Sciences

Position Locations

ACT - NSW - NT - QLD - SA - VIC - WA - New Zealand

PROGRAMS & DEADLINES

Australia: Open 18 February, 2019 and close 28 March 2019
New Zealand: Open 25 February, 2019 and close 21 March 2019

Citizenship / Eligibility Requirements

Australian citizens and permanent residents only (including New Zealand citizens)

Additional Eligibility Information

International students may apply to our New Zealand programmes, however must meet our eligibility requirements found here

FURTHER INFORMATION

Discover more at www.ey.com/au/betterbeginsnow
Facebook: www.facebook.com/eycareers
Instagram: www.instagram.com/EYAUCareers
Twitter: www.twitter.com/ey_CareersAUNZ

At EY, you’ll help define us and we’ll help define you.

You’ll have all the coaching, formal training and leadership development you need to progress quickly. You’ll have experiences that will set you up for success, both now and in the future.
Using the knowledge you’ve gained from your studies, you’ll help all types of companies, from entrepreneurial start-ups to multinationals. And, in the process, you’ll work in a high-performing, global team as you build your reputation as a trusted business advisor and develop relationships that you’ll draw on for the rest of your professional career. Together we can build a better career for you and a better working world for our people, our clients and our community.

Vacationer Program

A vacationer position at EY can offer you a better head start. You’ll get real work, real clients and real experiences — now. Explore your interests, plus learn business skills, gain hands-on work experience and receive world-class training. You’ll be able to get a sense of our culture and values, and clarity about the type of career you’d like to shape. Plus, the best bit is, if you impress us we’ll offer you a permanent position after you graduate.

For more information, click here.

Career Compass Program

Discover a new direction with our Career Compass Program. During our structured learning sessions, you’ll learn how to evaluate your career options to make smarter decisions for your future. The Career Compass Program experience is designed to give you a first-hand experience of EY, so you can find out as much about us as possible: our people, our culture, how we do business, how we operate and most importantly, how we can help you to create your future. Demonstrate that you’re a high achiever and you may be invited to interview for our Vacationer Program.

For more information, click here.

Game Changers Club

You know there’s more to studying than just understanding theory. It’s never too early to look beyond the theory and start exploring how your skills could build into a career. As a member of our Game Changers Club, you’ll be invited to attend events throughout the year. You’ll network with

business leaders and EY professionals who’ll share insights and stories about the decisions they’ve made in their careers.

For more information, click here.

Cadet Program

You want real work, real clients and real experiences now. Work full-time while you’re still studying and you’ll benefit from real world learning, coaching and experiences. You’ll build relationships with colleagues and clients. Your determination will put you ahead of your fellow students.
For more information, click here.

 

 

Apply to EY

Our clients need problem-solvers, trustworthy advisors and analytical thinkers who can provide fresh insights. If you’re a high achiever who can demonstrate leadership, teamwork and integrity you could soon be launching your career with EY.

We’re interested in talented students and graduates from many disciplines, including: accounting, actuarial, business, commerce, economics, engineering, finance, human resources, information systems, law and science.

Apply online at www.ey.com/au/careers/apply 

Applications will remain open until filled.

Refer to our website for the current application status.

Graduate Profile

The final frontier

“I’ve had such a wide range of experience in Assurance, working with many clients spanning across the retail, technology and energy sectors. You take a deep dive into a business to find out what makes it tick.
One of my most exciting clients so far are the people who’ll put Australia’s first, fully-owned satellite into space. This is one of Australia’s fastest growing companies – destined to become a big player in the global communications industry when the satellite launches in 2015. It’s already an EY assurance client, but a senior partner asked me to help out on a pitch to offer the client additional services to help with controls and compliance as their business expands.
I went to the client’s offices: there were satellite models and pictures everywhere. I felt I was part of something important and exciting.
I got to brainstorm with senior partners about how we can help this client achieve its strategic objectives. It was amazing! I was being asked to come up with ideas and ways to help secure a client’s operational and financial future. I collaborated with our IT Risk Assurance team who updated me on risks in the global IT environment. Then I came up with a way to present our ideas to the client’s board of directors.
It was a fantastic opportunity. The senior EY leaders encouraged my ideas – and let me challenge theirs! – and welcomed my thoughts on the final presentation. It really made me see that, even though I’m just starting out, my work is just as important and valuable as anyone else’s in the firm – at all levels.”

- Michael, Assurance

 

 

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If you’ve got an interest in business and a problem solving mindset, EY’s Tax Consulting Challenge is for you!

Demonstrate your analytical ability and you may win an EY internship – and our Oceania winner will jet off to Amsterdam in November 2019 to participate in the International Final.

How to enter

  1. Go to www.ey.com/au/tcc  to access the TCC case study and submit your response in 750 words or less by Sunday 21 April 2019.
  2. Shortlisted entries will be selected no later than Friday 3 May 2019 and the entrants will be invited to present their case study recommendations to a Tax Partner in the week commencing 13 May 2019.
  3. We will select a winner per state who will attend the Oceania Final on 30 May 2019 in Melbourne.
  4. The Final will incorporate a group case study and individual presentation.  Our panel of judges will nominate an overall winner to represent EY Oceania at the international competition hosted in Amsterdam in November 2019.  The overall winner of this global competition will receive an all-expenses paid around the world trip to visit EY Tax centres in London, New York and Hong Kong.

Fine print

Entrants must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or hold (Australian or New Zealand) Permanent Residency in the country in which they are studying and applying. The competition is open to undergraduate, postgraduate or masters students from any degree discipline, graduating between 2020–2022.

Applications open 9:00, 25 March 2019 and close 11:59 21 April 2019 (AEST).

Have you got what it takes to be an EY Consultant? What are you waiting for? Go to www.ey.com/au/tcc

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EY’s NextWave Data Science Challenge is aimed at finding the next generation of data science superstars and you may be one of them!

This is a global competition in which students will need to use their data science and analytics techniques to analyse real-world problems through data and make findings that will help build a better working world. Winning students will be exposed to an environment where various data science techniques are constantly applied to solve some of the trickiest challenges faced by governments and organisations today.

By participating in the EY NextWave Data Science Challenge, you can hone your technical skills, develop new expertise and, if you do well, there are some incredible prizes up for grabs! Our top performers in Australia will be invited to an awards event where the winner will receive a paid EY internship and $5000, second and third place respectively will be awarded $2,500 and $1000. In addition, the three country/region winners with the highest rankings in the challenge will be invited to EY’s headquarters in New York City to meet with the firm’s executive leadership team and will receive a monetary reward of up to US$8,000.

Australian entrants must be graduating between 2019-2022 and hold Australian or New Zealand Citizenship or Australian Permanent Residency. Go to the challenge website ey.com/datasciencechallenge for more information. Registration is open from March 1 and all the data required and details to complete the challenge will be available when the competition begins April 1.

Entries will close on May 10.