KPMG Consulting Graduate - Auckland - Feb 2019 StartKPMG
Accounting Consulting Advisory
1 month ago
14th January 2019 9:00am
12th February 2019 5:00pm
“Working within Advisory is like walking into a classroom every single day and learning a whole new subject. I love that each solution is tailor made for our client” – Gautam, KPMG Advisor, Wellington
2018 saw us launch a true rotational Consulting Graduate Scheme, starting in February 2019. During your first two years you will experience at least three separate areas of our Consulting practice. These are Performance, Technology Consulting and Risk, IARCS, FRM and Forensics and you can find out more information about each area here.
For these roles we are placing a particular focus on Technology Risk skill sets, ideally those who have studied Computer Science, Information Systems, Software Development or any other related field.
Our Technology Risk practice provides independent, jargon-free advice and advanced technology capabilities to help clients proactively and reactively manage their technology risks in the areas of cyber security, IT risk management, IT internal audit and IT general controls assessments.
- if you want to be part of a fast-growing practice with a strong global network
- if you love to delve into the details to make robust client recommendations
- if you like to utilise your attention-to-detail and problem-solving skills
- by honing in on your process improvement skills
- by discovering opportunities to continually reduce risk
- by starting your Advisory career with an international firm
As a Consulting Graduate, you will often work in multidisciplinary teams. The scope of work includes anything from internal audit and regulatory compliance to corporate governance, and risk management! During your first two years you will experience at least three separate areas of our Consulting practice, gaining exposure across various areas of KPMG Consulting!
Please note that there is no option to upload a cover letter, as we instead ask you some questions on the application form to get to know you better. If you feel there is anything you haven’t been able to get across in your application however, there is a section at the end where you can add any further brief comments.