I’m a member of the Edinburgh Data & Analytics, Assurance team. We’re relatively small but growing rapidly with lots of exciting projects on the horizon.
I’m a member of the Edinburgh Data & Analytics, Assurance team. We’re relatively small but growing rapidly with lots of exciting projects on the horizon.
My day-to-day role is often varied. Sometimes, I work to support PwC audit teams by analysing the transaction data of their clients to provide assurance over their data and to help make the audit process more effective.
I sit within the Data Analytics and Assurance (DAA) team which comprises of over 400 data professionals across the country and our team focuses on applying smart cutting edge techniques to solve complex client problems.
'm a reviewer in the team which prepares UK tax returns for employees of our clients, where they work in the UK and one or more other countries so have additional complexities as a result of the different countries' tax systems interacting.
I’m a senior associate in PwC’s Midlands Cyber Security team. Cyber security is a lot like serious detective work - identifying unknown flaws and vulnerabilities, and finding a solution to stop them.
I’m a senior analyst in the Threat Intelligence team, part of Cyber Threat Operations. My role focuses on strategic (rather than technical) analysis, for example the geopolitical context around cyber security.
I’m a member of the Cyber Threat Intelligence team at our London office, specialising in malware analysis. As one of the more technical roles at PwC, my day-to-day usually consists of tracking threat actors and analysing malware.
I’m a Senior Manager in the Crisis Management team within the Cyber Security business unit. We help clients prepare for, respond to, and recover from very serious incidents or crises.
I’m a member of the Cyber Crisis Team within the Cyber Security Business Unit. My role is to help clients prepare for, respond to and recover from cyber crises.
I am a Senior Associate in the Data Protection Legal, Strategy and Compliance Services team. This team comprises a mix of legal and non-legal resource. My background is in risk but with a heavy focus on data protection laws.
I am a current Senior Associate in PwC’s Cyber Security and Data Protection Legal Team.
I am a Senior Manager and practising solicitor in PwC’s UK Data Protection, Strategy and Compliance team.
I’m currently on secondment to Visa, and so a normal day for me is based in the Visa offices. I’m working on the GDPR compliance program for a multinational payment services company. Currently, I am updating Visa’s policies and procedures for GDPR and ensuring any existing business practices take Data Protection requirements into account, whilst minimising the impact to Visa’s day to day operations.
I’m a solicitor in PwC’s Data Protection Strategy, Legal and Compliance Services team.
When Anya finished school she wanted something that would help her to continue to develop academically. University wasn’t for her so after some research she joined our Tax School and College Leaver programme.
When it came to applying to UCAS I had no idea what I wanted to do, so my business studies teacher suggested that I apply for the PwC Business Insight Week. This takes place between the summer of year 12 and 13 and gave me invaluable insight into the world of work helping me to decide it was something I would really like to pursue.
I was really attracted to the course due to the likelihood of receiving a good job at the end of the degree with a ‘Big Four’ accounting firm, not many other degrees could offer that. This programme literally gives you a “flying start” in your accountancy career.
Joining PwC was definitely the right decision for me! It has given me the opportunity to meets so many new people, gain new experiences and learn new skills.
I joined PwC as a Higher Apprentice (HApp) in August 2013 in the Reading P&O. I came straight from my sixth form in the sunny countryside and had just turned 18 when I joined PwC. Prior to applying I had no experience of working in a “corporate” environment.
I started at PwC in September 2016, joining the Private Client tax team. I knew before joining that I would be assisting with the tax affairs of high net worth individuals, but I did not expect my workload to be as varied as it can be.
I heard about PwC from my dad who came across the business insight weeks that run during the summer for students who are going into their final year of their A-Levels. There were many factors that affected my decision to apply to PwC and go into work straight from school rather than going to university first. One of the main reasons was that I could earn a salary instead of paying to go to university where I would leave with little or no on the job experience.
Laura is a member of PwC’s UK Executive Board and the Chief People Officer, responsible for setting and delivering the People Strategy across the UK Firm. She is also a Partner within PwC’s People and Organisation Practice, where she works with FTSE100 clients across a number of sectors to advise on culture change, workforce transformation and performance management.
I work within the Financial Services Cyber Security team. I work with various clients to help them solve problems in relation to an aspect of security.
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At PwC, you don’t get stuck doing the photocopying and making the tea, you’re involved in projects straight away.
I joined as a Solicitor/Manager in March 2016 as an experienced hire and work in our Birmingham office.
I’m an Economic Crime lawyer and Director in PwC’s Regulatory and Commercial Disputes team. I act for international organisations and C-suite level individuals helping them solve their regulatory problems at all stages of the regulatory cycle, from compliance to the courtroom.
I joined as a trainee solicitor in 2016 and work across our London offices. My role primarily entails supporting solicitors with client projects to help drive the business forward.
I’m a solicitor in our Legal Corporate Restructuring team, specialising in implementing international business reorganisations. I joined in 2004 after attending law school and completed my training contract at PwC.
I initially joined PwC’s Legal team on their three-week vacation scheme in summer 2015 after completing my undergraduate Law degree at the University of Reading.
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A typical day for me starts with a ‘huddle’ where the team get together to discuss the progress, issues, and developments we face on a particular project.
I am a Chartered Mechanical Engineer. Prior to joining PwC, I worked as a systems engineer for Rolls-Royce, developing the engines for large civil aircraft.
I graduated as a Mechanical Engineer in Colombia before moving to London in 2004. I then joined a design consulting firm and, following the completion of an MSc in Civil Engineering Structures, worked as structural engineer in a variety of high-profile construction projects.
I first started to learn about the company when I attended a Career Insight Day during Sixth Form, and was attracted by the variety of clients, the wide range of career opportunities and their commitment to their staff.
I graduated from university in 2010 with a degree in Civil Engineering. On graduation, I spent a number of years working with a leading UK contractor completing my graduate training.
I'm a Chartered Mechanical Engineer and spent the first part of my career working in the space industry, where I was involved in the manufacture of payload electronics for communication, military and scientific satellites.
Business insight week - Feeling a little anxious I sat waiting in the impressive reception in the More London office with a few others.
I joined PwC Augment in December 2014 and became part of a team of roughly 50 members. The journey from then to the present day has been amazing, with PwC Augment growing at an exponential rate to almost 420 members.
I have been with PwC for almost 4 years now, which I think speaks for itself. I studied law at university and after a short stint as a paralegal at a large law firm I decided that wasn’t for me and applied to work at PwC after meeting a few members of my future team at a networking event.
I wanted a career that would have plenty of variety, challenge and development opportunities, which is exactly what Management Consulting gives me.
I first came across the PwC Actuarial Services team whilst studying mathematics at University. I’d really enjoyed my studies and I was looking for a career where I could apply what I’d learnt in real life situations, and I was also keen to explore wider aspects of business.
After studying Economics at university, I spent a year in Spain where I had the opportunity to think about what I’d like to do long-term.
Having studied Mechanical Engineering and spent a short time working in Cameroon, I joined the graduate programme, keen to gain a range of consulting experience.
I joined the organisation two years ago as an Associate as part of the Corporate Strategy team.
After completing my undergraduate degree in Economics, I spent just over two years working in financial services at an investment bank.
I joined the Sustainability and Climate Change Consulting team through the internship programme in 2015.
PwC is one of the best employers for university graduates. It provides a comprehensive training programme and friendly working environment, so joining PwC as a graduate would make a great start of my career.
I joined the Actuarial Services practice at PwC in 2012 with a first class degree in Mathematics with Economics from University College London. I joined the actuarial profession having known for a number of years that this was the career path I wanted to pursue.
My first experience here was in my Summer Internship in 2013, which gave me a great opportunity to understand what the job involves on a day-to-day basis, experience a range of projects and meet the people in our team.
I joined PwC Augment as a Mobile Analyst in May 2015 having graduated from Newcastle University with a Law LLB (Hons). When I first joined PwC I wasn’t quite sure what to expect but within two weeks of joining the firm I was off to Glasgow to work on a redress and remediation project that spanned 11 months.
I didn’t study a business or economics degree at university, so I was a bit nervous when I first started my career in consulting.
I qualified into the Employment department in September 2015 after completing my training contract with PwC.
I joined in 2003 as a trainee solicitor before qualifying as a solicitor in the Employment practice group in 2005.
Throughout my training contract I really enjoyed the opportunity to develop wider skills, other than just giving legal advice.
I’m currently in my third seat and sat within the Banking and Finance team. My previous seats were in Immigration and Real Estate.
I am a student at Queen's University Belfast studying Business Management and despite my placement year not being compulsory, I have found it a great opportunity to get real business experience in a global firm.
I am studying Business Management at Queen’s University Belfast so the area I work in is extremely relevant to my degree.
I’ve been with PwC Augment for 3 months. My social circle were fairly surprised to hear about my new role when I first joined as my educational background has little relation to the work I do on a daily basis, although it’s never been a hindrance for me – quite the opposite!
Technical skills and being able to analyse complex pieces of data is crucial in my role. Working predominately with financial clients, it’s important to have an interest in finance or be willing to learn about this sector.
This was when I came across the National School’s Employability Challenge, which offered the prizes of an iPad Mini and a week’s work experience at PwC. I thought this was an opportunity I wouldn’t want to miss so I registered for the Challenge.
I started out by studying a degree in computing science at the University of Glasgow. I undertook an internship with a bank whilst I was studying, then returned there for their graduate scheme once I had finished
Originally joining the firm in September 2013 as part of the Data Analytics Technology practice, I’ve had opportunities to work in various parts of PwC and gain a broad range of experience.
I started working for PwC in November 2015, four months after graduating from University.
I work within the Forensic Disputes team which involves quantifying financial loss as a result of a variety of issues, such as medical negligence, environmental disasters, factory fires, any major event which can cause a loss.
PwC has given me the opportunity to play an integral role in interesting and important work right from the start of my career.
By joining the Oracle team I had the opportunity to work with a variety of clients across numerous sectors.
I always knew I didn’t want to go to university. I’ve had part-time jobs since I was 14 and was keen to start earning properly and gaining independence.
I joined Technology Consulting at PwC because I wanted to be part of a large transformation change.
Our team is involved in ground-breaking work which covers the full range of direct and indirect taxes.
We want to help our clients be in a position of stability and strength to meet their pension funding obligations.
Our client, a global fashion brand, wanted to simplify their existing European structure to enable it to expand quickly into new jurisdictions.
My role is in our Data Assurance team, but my day-to-day involves so much more! From working with a great team to transform the induction process, to running a new volunteering programme with some friends.
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I graduated from the University of Surrey with a Masters in Civil Engineering before joining a large multinational construction company.
I joined the PwC Augment team in August 2016 with an MSc in Applied Finance, MSc Management from Ulster University and a BSc in Mathematics from Queen’s University, Belfast.
Business insight week- When my buddy, Nathaniel, called me for the first time, I was met with a little surprise; I would be working on the Disney Stores audit!
I saw a leaflet at college about School and College leaver opportunities at Baker Tilly who have a local office in Chelmsford. At this point, I wasn’t sure I wanted to go to university so it prompted me to start investigating similar programmes with other firms.
I work as a Cyber Security Consultant and my job is to protect critical assets of businesses from both internal and external threats, as well as managing information security risks.
I am an Associate within the Ebam pillar of PwC Operate, based in Belfast.
I am a Manager within PwC Operate, specialising in customer remediation projects for our clients.
My role is to handle electronic data and interpret it so that it can be presented to the court as evidence. Often clients request us to find specific key documents, so we have to use various computing techniques to locate them.