Technology

Technology

Our technology professionals help our clients harness technology to transform their businesses.

That, in a nutshell, is what Technology at PwC is all about. And that’s why our Technology expertise is so in demand, covering everything from IT strategy, architecture and design, to enterprise applications, sourcing, project management and IT operations.

In Business Systems Control you’ll be part of a team that helps make the most of enterprise-wide IT systems such as SAP, Oracle or Microsoft Dynamics.

In Data Assurance you’ll discover the power of information: why data can often be a client’s biggest asset, and how we can help them realise its value and use it to gain a competitive advantage.

In IT Risk and Cyber Security you’ll tackle one of the most urgent issues facing businesses and governments today: how to operate securely in the cyber environment.

In Technology Consulting you’ll help transform the way IT works for our clients, aiding business transformation, reducing costs, increasing efficiency and making sure their IT function meets business needs.

In Forensic Technology Solutions we sift massive amounts of data to solve complex business disputes and help clients through crisis events with front-page impact. You could be analysing the smartphone of an executive suspected of intellectual property theft or searching for evidence of fraud and abuse within a company’s finance system.

In International Assignment Services you’ll be part of a team that delivers tax, social security and immigration expertise to international HR teams in major companies. You'll use an innovative range of technology solutions and provide consulting services to help our clients manage global mobility and international assignments.

In Human Resource Management you’ll help organisations deliver HR IT change in a controlled and sustainable way. This could mean optimising the value of their existing HR function, renewing the technology that supports it, or changing it entirely to support a new organisational structure.

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Recent news headlines show how important it is for organisations to understand and manage their technology risk effectively.

Business Systems Control forms part of our Technology Assurance practice, part of our wider Assurance practice, we help clients plan how they do this, turning risks into opportunities across every aspect of their IT systems, from the people to the processes and technologies they employ.

In Business Systems Control, you’ll be part of a team that helps clients make the most of enterprise wide IT systems such as SAP, Oracle or Microsoft Dynamics. As well as helping clients select the right Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems to manage their operations and assuring their implementation, this also involves helping our clients develop appropriate governance, security and controls around their ERP systems and to optimise their use of the system.

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You’ll assess security and control in support of our external audit engagements and deliver advice on good practices during and post ERP implementation.

As PwC are market leaders in ERP GRC (Governance, Risk and Compliance) technology, you may also have a chance to work on a GRC implementation project. You may also be involved in ERP optimisation projects where we help clients make better use of their system through more efficient processes and better use of system functionality. Your training will give you the opportunity to specialise in SAP, Oracle or Microsoft Dynamics.

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You’ll learn and develop the specialist skills our clients look for and value most.

After a while, you’ll have the option to look for new challenges, perhaps in other areas of PwC, to deepen your knowledge, or you could choose to stay put – whichever suits you best. It’s your choice.

Regardless of which area you specialise in, for the first 7 weeks with PwC, you'll follow the same path as your colleagues studying for ACA. This will ensure that you have a good understanding of the basics and the terminology that underpins much of our work. After that, your training will be tailored to Business Systems Control, as outlined below.

We’ll provide you with a tailored training programme in PwC's Assurance and Consulting methodologies and how we apply this to our clients' challenges. Specific ERP training will depend on which system you focus on, eg:

SAP: Training on the functional and technical aspects of SAP as well as PwC's own SAP tools and methodologies, including configurable controls in core SAP financial modules, SAP BASIS Security and SAP Governance, Risk and Compliance products.

Oracle: Training on the functional and technical aspects of Oracle as well as PwC's own Oracle tools and methodologies, including configurable controls in the core Oracle financial modules, Oracle Application and Database Security and Oracle Governance, Risk and Compliance products.

The Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) is a recognised qualification in this field and you'll be eligible for consideration for this after 2/3 years.

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  • 2:1 in any degree subject
  • at least a 260 UCAS tariff (or equivalent)

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Equally important will be your ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others’ shoes and make a positive impact on our clients and us, while shaping your own future.

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In Data Assurance, you’ll be joining an area that creates exciting and innovative solutions, addressing the data and management information challenges of our worldwide clients.

You’ll be working alongside leading professionals in their field, learning and developing the specialist skills in a high impact area of business, building a solid foundation for a long-term career.

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You’ll be exposed to clients in a wide range of industries including Banking, Insurance, Manufacturing and Telecoms.

By working across industries we have built extensive knowledge and expertise of the key data considerations across many different industry sectors. We operate as a national team and while many of us work within our region, you’ll get opportunities to work across the UK and even abroad. In the UK our Data Assurance practice has over 140 data experts who have worked with hundreds of organisations to help make their data work for them. Over the past 10 years, we’ve created a market-leading team who have risen to the many challenges our clients face. We provide objective technical assurance and advice which gives our clients informed options which are relevant, realistic and deliverable.

Our data team works closely with PwC experts in other specialisms and business areas and through that work you’ll experience a wide variety of projects.

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The majority of Data Assurance training and development happens on-the-job. Through this you’ll learn and develop the specialist skills our clients look for and value most.

We’ll share with you our three year graduate pathway which sets out your potential career path and provides visibility of your long-term career development. Very early on, you’ll find yourself working with a variety of clients across multiple industries. Your experienced colleagues will provide the guidance and training you need to enable you to deliver to our clients. The variety of Data Assurance assignments will provide you with opportunities to develop a wide range of technical, business and soft skills, and the fast-pace, yet supportive and inclusive environment will help you develop your career.

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Equally important will be your ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others’ shoes and make a positive impact on our clients and us, while shaping your own future.

  • 2:1 in any degree subject
  • at least a 260 UCAS tariff (or equivalent)

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Outstanding potential takes many forms - academic success is just one of them. That’s why, with our ‘Outstanding Achievement’ entry route, you can apply to us if you meet one of our two requirements. Click here to find out more.

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In IT Risk and Cyber Security, you’ll tackle one of the most urgent issues facing businesses and governments today: how to operate securely in the cyber environment.

As organisations seek to provide more efficient services to customers and the use of online services increases, so does the scale and sophistication of cyber attacks.

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You could be involved in helping clients understand the nature of these attacks and the impact on their business, identifying their security risks and planning practical and effective ways to address these.

You’ll predominately focus on consulting engagements for clients in the areas of Cyber Security, IT Governance, Business Continuity/ Disaster Recovery, Infrastructure and numerous other IT risk areas. You’ll be working across all industry sectors, at predominantly local clients but with opportunities across the UK.

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You’ll learn and develop the specialist skills our clients look for and value most.

After a while, you’ll have the option to look for new challenges, perhaps in other areas of PwC, to deepen your knowledge, or you could choose to stay put – whichever suits you best. It’s your choice.

Regardless of which area you specialise in, for the first 7 weeks with PwC, you'll follow the same path as your colleagues studying for ACA. This will ensure that you have a good understanding of the basics and the terminology that underpins much of our work. After that, your training will be tailored to IT Risk and Cyber Security.

Training and certifications will be provided with numerous opportunities for both personal and professional development. The Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) is a recognised qualification in this field and you’ll be eligible for consideration for this after 2/3 years.

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Equally important will be your ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others’ shoes and make a positive impact on our clients and us, while shaping your own future.

  • 2:1 in any degree subject
  • at least a 260 UCAS tariff (or equivalent)

Don’t have the academics but have an outstanding achievement?

Outstanding potential takes many forms - academic success is just one of them. That’s why, with our ‘Outstanding Achievement’ entry route, you can apply to us if you meet one of our two requirements. Click here to find out more.

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Improving the way our clients operate; accelerating their growth; reducing their costs; managing their risks; developing their talent; and changing the way they do business.

These are the challenges we face in Consulting.  And technology is at the heart of all change. It has a big part to play when we help our clients and often drives the change agenda.

We combine our business and technical skills in response to our clients' rapidly changing business needs. As a Consultant, you’ll quickly discover how we’re constantly evolving, exploring new ideas and adopting new approaches driven by the value they can bring to our clients.

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We provide a two-year programme for our Consulting graduates which will allow you to experience the different types of work we do and the clients we serve. Once you’ve completed the programme, you can choose to specialise in Technology Consulting, with further training opportunities helping you build on your knowledge and expertise.

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We provide a two year programme for our Consulting graduates, which will allow you to experience the different types of work we do and the clients, we serve.

Part of your two years will have a specific technology focus. It might involve helping with a business-wide change, setting transformation strategy and the underpinning technology. 

Or you could be conducting a detailed appraisal of a client’s processes, assessing their strengths and weaknesses.  Whatever it entails, one thing is certain: this is one programme where you won't stop learning.

As well as having the chance to work on a wide variety of projects across numerous industries, you’ll enjoy plenty of formal and on-the-job training to develop both your business and technical capabilities.

Then, once you’ve completed the programme, you can choose to specialise in technology Consulting, with further training opportunities helping you build on your knowledge and expertise.

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We provide a two-year programme for our Consulting graduates which will allow you to experience the different types of work we do and the clients we serve. Once you’ve completed the programme, you can choose to specialise in Technology Consulting, with further training opportunities helping you build on your knowledge and expertise.

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Equally important is your intellect, willingness to learn, ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others’ shoes, while always making a positive impact with our clients and each other.

  • A 2:1 or above in any degree discipline
  • A UCAS tariff of at least a 340 (or equivalent)

Don’t have the academics but have an outstanding achievement?

Outstanding potential takes many forms - academic success is just one of them. That’s why, with our ‘Outstanding Achievement’ entry route, you can apply to us if you meet one of our two requirements. Click here to find out more.

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We provide a two-year programme for our Consulting graduates which will allow you to experience the different types of work we do and the clients we serve. Once you’ve completed the programme, you can choose to specialise in Technology Consulting, with further training opportunities helping you build on your knowledge and expertise.

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Don’t have the academics but have an outstanding achievement?

Outstanding potential takes many forms - academic success is just one of them. That’s why, with our ‘Outstanding Achievement’ entry route, you can apply to us if you meet one of our two requirements. Click here to find out more.

Sharing our knowledge with each other is integral to our culture in Management Consulting. 

We want you to develop as a future leader in our business. So you'll learn all about the issues and challenges that organisations and their different teams face in a host of industry sectors.  You’ll also find out how we come up with the solutions they need.

And as many of our consultants join us from a host of different backgrounds – not just through our student or graduate programmes – there’ll be no end to how much you can learn from the people you work alongside every day.

Not surprisingly, change and variety are a huge part of life in Management Consulting.  They're what our people thrive on – after all, change is what our business is all about.

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We provide a two-year programme for our Consulting graduates which will allow you to experience the different types of work we do and the clients we serve. Once you’ve completed the programme, you can choose to specialise in Technology Consulting, with further training opportunities helping you build on your knowledge and expertise.

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Searching the personal computer and smartphone of an executive suspected of intellectual property theft.

Looking for hidden patterns in the global payments of a bank accused of money laundering. These are the kinds of challenges you’ll tackle every day as part of the Forensic Technology Solutions team in one of the largest dedicated forensic technology practices in the world. In simple terms, we specialise in providing the technology skills required to respond to crisis events such as legal disputes or regulatory investigations. In the UK alone, we have over 90 technology practitioners working from dedicated secure forensic labs in London and Belfast.

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Your role could see you analysing the personal computer and smartphone of an executive suspected of intellectual property theft, or searching for evidence of fraud and abuse within a company’s finance system.

Much of our work centres on the analysis of large volumes of electronic data.

These are examples of the kinds of challenges you’ll tackle every day as part of the team in one of the largest dedicated forensic technology practices in the world, and because we operate in an environment where speed of response is often critical to our clients, we are constantly innovating and drawing on the very latest technologies.

The very nature of what we do means that many of our clients have an international reach. And our engagements frequently involve working in cross-border teams alongside regulators, legal advisors and other parts of PwC, providing opportunities for international travel.

Despite these common factors, however, you can rest assured that no two jobs, or indeed days, are ever quite the same.

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If you're naturally inquisitive, have an analytical mind and enjoy solving problems in a rigorous and methodological manner, we would be interested in talking to you.

Experience in data mining, text mining, search, statistics or computer forensics is useful, but not vital.

  • A 2:1 or above in a computer science, or other technical degree. Experience with any of the following software tools is beneficial: Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Visual Basic, Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Notes/Domino.
  • A UCAS tariff of at least a 300 (or equivalent)

Don’t have the academics but have an outstanding achievement?

Outstanding potential takes many forms - academic success is just one of them. That’s why, with our ‘Outstanding Achievement’ entry route, you can apply to us if you meet one of our two requirements. Click here to find out more.

Equally important is your intellect, willingness to learn, ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others’ shoes, while always making a positive impact with our clients and each other.

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The International Assignment Services Technology team helps international HR and global mobility teams in major companies to manage global mobility and international assignments.

This is achieved through consulting and the provision of an innovative range of technology solutions which meet client business needs and supports the delivery of our tax, social security and immigration expertise. Our approach is to highlight the opportunities technology provides to create sustainable value.

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Through on-going training and on-the-job learning, we support the development of the specialist skills and knowledge you need to succeed as a Technology Business Analyst and Service Delivery professional.

You’ll build a broad understanding of the global mobility and international assignment area, including assignment policy and processes.

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Equally important is your intellect, willingness to learn, ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others’ shoes, while always making a positive impact with our clients and each other.

  • 2:1 in any degree subject
  • at least a 300 UCAS tariff

Don’t have the academics but have an outstanding achievement?

Outstanding potential takes many forms - academic success is just one of them. That’s why, with our ‘Outstanding Achievement’ entry route, you can apply to us if you meet one of our two requirements. Click here to find out more.

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In Human Resource Management, you’ll help organisations deliver HR IT change in a controlled and sustainable way.

That could mean simply optimising the value of their existing HR function, renewing the technology that supports it or changing it entirely to support a new organisational structure.

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Whatever it involves, you’ll be working alongside and learning from colleagues with a vast array of experience.

You’ll gain technical expertise spanning everything from large-scale Enterprise Resource Planning solutions, such as SAP Human Capital Management and Oracle Peoplesoft, to more targeted solutions for specific aspects of HR, such as Payroll, Talent Management and Learning & Development. Your training and development will focus on our Core Consulting curriculum followed by specialist training and on-the-job development.

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Equally important is your intellect, willingness to learn, ability to build relationships, to put yourself in others’ shoes, while always making a positive impact with our clients and each other.

  • 2:1 in any degree subject
  • at least a 300 UCAS tariff (or equivalent)

Don’t have the academics but have an outstanding achievement?

Outstanding potential takes many forms - academic success is just one of them. That’s why, with our ‘Outstanding Achievement’ entry route, you can apply to us if you meet one of our two requirements. Click here to find out more.

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