Where are you going next?
We know it’s not easy deciding what you want to do with your career and there is never one path for everyone. With us, you will be supported to make a confident choice. We’ll give you the support and flexibility you need to create yourself and a career that grows as you do. And together, we’ll live our purpose to build trust in society and solve important problems.
What stands us apart is our people. We recognise that as humans we all have unique qualities and skills to bring to the table. We see our differences as a key strength and it is how we bring these together that truly defines us.
With us, you’ll create your own path. You will be able to blend your passions and interests with your work and your ideas will be heard. You’ll be challenged and grow more rapidly than you ever thought possible while having the coaching, mentoring and support to back you.
We look for people who are passionate, creative, agile and digitally savvy, the problem solvers and relationship builders. People who are ready to embrace the ever changing business landscape. Skills like problem solving, building trust, creativity, innovation, agility, relationships and leadership are what makes the difference.
To us, your job is not just a job. We provide a range of benefits that help you embrace work as a holistic part of your life. With no dress code, flexible work options and a number of employee-led diversity networks to join, you’ll be able to bring your whole self to work every day.
So, where you going next?
What makes us different
We’re so much more than accountants: Operations, R&D, Software Development, Cyber Security, Web Design, UX, Real Estate Advisory, Risk Assurance, People & Change, Mergers & Acquisitions, Economics & Policy, Strategy Consulting, Performance & Remuneration, Analytics, Data Modelling and Project Management are all teams at PwC – just to name a few.
Hiring from all degree backgrounds: We hire people from all degrees, including science, technology, engineering, maths, medicine, arts, business, communications, psychology, and law – just to name of few. The type of work we do is so diverse, but what binds us together is creative problem solving. It is all about how you approach a problem and how you collaborate with your team members to solve it. We will skill you up, no matter what business area you join.
No dress code: You might be surprised to know our people do rock up to work in casual dress, yep, no dress code here! At PwC it is all about trust. We “dress for our day” and wear what is best for the work we do with both our clients and our teams.
Flexible work culture: Whether you work from the office, from home or from a cafe, our All Roles Flex policy is in place to help you work smarter and in a way that suits your lifestyle! We believe that by allowing people the flexibility to structure work around their lives (and not the other way around) they will be happier and more engaged long term. We trust people will make the right decision for themselves, their clients, and their teams about how, where and when they work.
Support and development: As someone new to the firm you’ll have access to a myriad of learning opportunities, including on-the-job training, support from a dedicated coach, access to further education like the CA Program, internal development programs, and study and exam leave should you wish to pursue other qualifications. You will also gain access to our very own Learning Hub where you can take up training to help you acquire new skills. With a genuine support structure around you, you will certainly feel comfortable to be yourself and perform your best from day one.
Additional perks: We know things like birthday leave, the ability to purchase up to an additional 12 weeks of annual leave, 18 weeks paid parental leave and $295 to spend on wellness activities each year, makes working with us more enjoyable. We get it. Living your life to the fullest is just as important as investing in your career, that’s why we help our people achieve both! Did we mention the free coffee? Yes, most of our offices have baristas on hand!
●Act with integrity
● Make a difference
● Show care
● Work together with others
● Reimagine the possible
What’s important to us
Diversity & Inclusion: At PwC we foster an inclusive culture which embraces differences – one that allows us to live our values every day, be ourselves and to feel empowered to realise and discover our potential. Because we know that when people from different backgrounds and different points of view work together they create the greatest value – for our business, our clients and society. We’re proud of our employee-led diversity networks that promote cultural, disability, LGBTI and gender equality. We aim to create a shared environment that challenges the status quo and sees difference as strength, ensuring you feel comfortable to not only be yourself, but to be heard.
Did you know PwC Australia’s Luke Sayers was named CEO of the Year for diversity and inclusion at the Pride In Diversity Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) awards? And that PwC is the only employer to be twice named Australia’s top LGBTI employer??
Creating equal opportunities for women: We do awesome groundbreaking research on how employers can support women in the workplace. But it doesn’t stop there. We walk the talk. We have some of the market leading policies around maternity leave and flexible work options in place. Plus, we always aim to ensure our graduate intake is 50% female! We have some incredible women in leadership roles who have worked with the UN and the government influencing legislation around domestic violence policies. PwC is a WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality and Employer of Choice for Gender Equality Citations from WGEA.
A Certified Indigenous business: We’re a certified Indigenous business and acknowledging the traditional custodians of the lands, where we live and work is always at the forefront of our minds. We’re committed to our own unique Reconciliation Action Plan, outlining alliances to the Indigenous community and our actions as a firm to ensure positive change.
Another milestone the PwC community is proud of is the launch of PwC’s Indigenous Consulting (PIC), in 2013. PIC is a separate member firm in the PwC global network which maintains an Indigenous majority owned, managed and 60% staffed operation. PIC’s vision is to improve the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and support self-determination through empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander led models and solutions.
Making an impact: PwC has a dedicated team driving firm wide Corporate Responsibility initiatives and we encourage our people to lend their time and skills to activities such as volunteering, mentoring and non-profit engagements. Every employee is granted one day of volunteer leave per year, with flexibility for additional leave when applying their business skills.
Programs and entry paths
Graduate program: Structured 2 year program where you’ll receive technical and professional development supporting your future progression within the firm.
Vacation program: 3-8 week program for students in their penultimate year (2nd last year). As an intern, you will work on relevant client engagements, attend networking events and participate in a community service project.
Trainee program: A unique 3 year program that allows you to incorporate real paid work experience whilst completing your degree. You’ll start as a Trainee with us in either your second year of your single degree or your third year of your double degree, and work full time and study part time for two years. Once the work experience period is over, you return to finish your degree on a full time study basis. Many Trainees will be offered full time graduate positions to return the following year.
STEM Academy: An interactive 2 day workshop for STEM students to become immersed in how we are solving important problems related to STEM at PwC everyday. Applications are open to all penultimate STEM students, final year STEM students and STEM graduates.
Insight Academy: A two day experiential event for students in their 1st year of a single degree or 2nd year of a double degree. Learn more about our different business areas, our culture and the learning and development opportunities available to you throughout your university years.