PwC is one of Australia’s leading professional services firms, tackling some of the most significant issues currently challenging our nation. Their work can be as diverse as digitising healthcare to tackling homelessness and creating smarter cities. Their passionate people come together with technology and clients to live their shared purpose: to build trust in society and solve important problems.
Here, you’ll join a collaborative, innovative and forever evolving community that delivers quality services in Assurance, Consulting and Financial Advisory. They offer a variety of programs for students and graduates to start creating their careers with PwC. They hire people from all backgrounds for roles within consulting, technology, accounting & finance, tax, law, analytics and project management.
Explore their student and graduate programs and discover how you can create your career with them:
PwC’s Graduate Program is a full-time employment opportunity open to graduates and postgraduates. Applications open on March 2, 2022 and are accepted a year prior to program entry. Applications close March 27, 2022 (Sydney and Melbourne) and April 3, 2022 (all other locations).
PwC’s Vacation Program is open to students in their second last year of university. This 4-6 week internship is an opportunity to gain industry experience and a potential fast track into their Graduate Program. Applications open on March 2, 2022 and close March 27, 2022 (Sydney and Melbourne) and April 3, 2022 (all other locations).
PwC’s Trainee Program is a unique three-year program that offers paid work experience while you complete your degree. It is open to university students in their first year of a three year single degree or students in their second year of a four year double degree.
PwC’s Legal Clerkship is open to law students in their second last year or final year of university. This 3-6 week opportunity offers valuable exposure to the fundamentals of commercial law, including: corporate advisory, regulatory, employer & workplace relations, projects & finance, and legal tax services. This program aligns with the NSW and Victorian Law Society dates and timeline.
This one day immersive experience is open to all students, including recent graduates. This hands-on interactive event will help you understand how your tech skills can add value to the many disciplines across PwC.
This one day experiential event is open to undergraduate students with two years left on their degree. This fun experience is designed to help you develop the tools to start your career. Familiarise yourself with PwC’s culture, recruitment processes and explore opportunities within the firm.
Higher Apprenticeship Program
At PwC, they believe that you can be anything. And they mean it. In their graduate and vacationer programs, they see five different types of solvers: the Leader, the Analyst, the Entrepreneur, the Humanitarian and the Trailblazer.
Take this 2 minute quiz below to find out what type of solver you are and what teams might be an interesting career path to you!
What’s important to us
Creating equal opportunities for women
As a Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) Employer of Choice for Gender Equality, PwC is dedicated to ensuring their team is equally supported throughout their careers. In addition, their CEO, Luke Sayers, is a Male Champion of Change and a WGEA pay equity ambassador.
Creating a culturally diverse workforce
PwC is the first professional services firm to set cultural diversity targets, aiming for 30% of their partnership admissions to be from a culturally diverse background. PwC has partnered with the Australian Human Rights Commission on thought leadership to promote cultural diversity in leadership.
Making a difference to the lives of LGBTI people
PwC was one of the first professional services firms to support marriage equality. In the 2018 Australian Workplace Equality Index awards for LGBTI Inclusion, they won CEO of the Year, the Executive Leadership Award and were recognised as a Bronze Employer.
Our vision for reconciliation
PwC is committed to reducing the inequality experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People and is committed to increasing their Indigenous workforce. Aspiring to be an employer of choice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, they launched PwC’s Indigenous Consulting in 2013.
The Higher Apprenticeship Program is open to high school graduates who hold an HSC, VCE, VCAL or equivalent. This is an opportunity to build a foundation of skills in business and technology, gain on-the-job experience and receive coaching from industry professionals over a period of 24 months.