PracticeAudit50 grad posts still up for grabs at PwC

50 grad posts still up for grabs at PwC

Firm looking to fill the posts in its assurance line by April

ASSURANCE GRADUATE posts are still up for grabs at PwC.

The firm is looking to fill 50 graduate posts in its assurance practice by April 2011.

“This year we’ve expanded vacancies at graduate level, and there are opportunities still open to start as early as April,” said Richard Irwin, PwC’s head of student recruitment.

“With vacancies nationwide, students shouldn’t limit their career options by only focusing on London vacancies.

“The level of training, support and career opportunity is the same for all our recruits and some of our biggest teams and clients are run from our regional offices in Manchester, Scotland, Newcastle, Reading, Bristol and Birmingham.”

 

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