With over 2,000 staff, we support activities ranging from one-off, delivery-focused projects to longer-term running of managed services. We bring together regulatory insight from our subject matter experts from across the firm, and combine that with highly skilled operational staff and innovative technology, to solve these complex operational problems.
Our inclusive culture and sense of community distills the motivation and energy of our people, creating a ‘buzz’ that makes our team feel different to work with and be around.
By joining us, you’ll be part of something unique and work in an environment that empowers you to have an active role in designing and shaping the future of Operate. We drive an exceptional employee experience that's “people-focused”. Our supported team structures and technology, create an operating model and workforce that’s fit for the future. You’ll have access to the best opportunities with lots of variety. We encourage our people to make a difference through participating in volunteering projects outside of their day-job to use their talents, expertise and time, to support our purpose and have a positive impact on the communities we work within.
We empower our people to aim high and be the best they can be. We’re committed to providing clearly defined career pathways and investing in our people, their skills and training to help them develop both personally and professionally. We recognise the skills our people bring and support them in taking personal responsibility for shaping their career with us.
By joining us you’ll have access to our unique training framework, the Operate Academy, which will be tailored to match your skills, needs and career aspirations. Fully funded by us, you’ll also have the opportunity to complete externally accredited qualifications that will benefit you in your role. There's even an opportunity to complete a Masters in Professional Services Operational Delivery as part of our innovative partnership with Ulster University.
Our training programme is further enhanced through a variety of soft skills training sessions focusing on your relationships and leadership style and access to our firmwide PwC learning curriculum.
Our purpose focuses on how we impact society, and how our business decisions can contribute to greater trust and solving important problems. Upon joining Operate, all our people have the opportunity to play an active role in how we support our purpose and positively impact the communities we work within.
Our Operate People committee focuses on people engagement, inclusion and wellbeing and CSR activities. We work closely with our external partner organisations to harness the skills of our employee volunteers so that we can address the challenges that the community and voluntary sector is currently facing
Through our Into Tomorrow programme, our aim is to support people to have a brighter future in Northern Ireland and across Great Britain. It’s dedicated to creating a broader impact in our community through support of collaborative projects with many community partners that tackle a shared theme - Suicide Prevention in Northern Ireland.
The programme is underpinned by creating an early life foundation of hope and purpose for school-age children in Northern Ireland, with targeted interventions centered on Social Inclusion, Mental Health and Digital Skills
PwC Operate’s Assured Skills Academies are a great way to get industry-leading training whether you're entering the workforce, changing careers or looking to return to work.
The eight-week training programme, delivered in collaboration with the Department for the Economy, is a unique opportunity to gain confidence and upskill. The academies each have a specific focus and range from Business Skills to Data & Analytics to Software Testing & Automation. If you want to learn life-long skills that will equip you for the jobs of the future, our Assured Skills Academy in Belfast is for you.
You’ll also receive a weekly training allowance and travel expenses, and you may be eligible for childcare allowance. If you complete the Academy, you’ll also be guaranteed an interview for a role within PwC NI.
Details of our upcoming Assured Skills Academy programme dates and application deadlines can be viewed here. Applicants must have a Level 5 qualification (HND or Foundation degree) and some experience in an office/banking/professional environment. Alternatively they must have a 2:2 degree in any discipline.