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EY Oceania Tax Consulting Challenge

Interested in jet-setting off to Amsterdam? Entries for the EY Oceania Tax Consulting Challenge are now open. Step into the shoes of an EY consultant and demonstrate your business acumen and analytical skills for your chance to win a Vacationer position, a trip to Amsterdam and an around the world business trip!

Are you ready to drive your career forward?

Dedicated to celebrating excellence, EY employs over 50,000 tax professionals in over 152 countries.

In a rapidly changing business and tax environment, our tax professionals combine agility, diverse thought, tax technical depth and the power of technology and analytics to provide exceptional client service.

Whatever direction your future career takes, getting exposure to tax through the EY Tax Consulting Challenge (TCC) is a fantastic way to kick it off. This Challenge offers you the chance to:

  • Start making the contacts who’ll drive your career forward
  • Learn about the worldwide career opportunities in tax
  • Discover how a leading-class professional services organisation uses tax advice to give its global clients the edge

How can I enter?

The competition is split into three stages. Throughout, we will be looking for evidence of purpose and critical thinking – as well as the practical skills that will mark you out as one of the best.

Stage 1: State competition

In the first stage, we will challenge you to answer a case study in 750 words or less. Do well here against some of the best minds and you will become a regional winner rewarded with a trip to Melbourne to compete in the Oceania country competition.

Stage 2: Oceania country competition

In the second stage, each regional winner will compete in the Oceania finals where you will participate in individual and group activities. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place receive an EY internship in their respective office. The Oceania overall finalist will also win a place in the global final.

Stage 3: Global final

Taking place in Amsterdam, the successful Oceania winner will attend the EY Young Tax Professional of the Year (YTPY) International final where you will work closely with people from other cultures and backgrounds from across the world. You will be challenged with individual and group activities in front of EY leaders, clients and academia judges.

The awards ceremony

YTPY finalists will be invited to a prestigious awards ceremony where — after a review of everyone’s performance throughout the competition — the winners will be announced.

What can I win?

Prizes that last a lifetime

By simply entering the competition you will:

  • Make contacts which will enhance your future career
  • Differentiate yourself from other graduates in an increasingly competitive job market
  • Provide yourself with a platform to launch your career

Oceania prizes

The overall winner, second and third place winners from the Oceania competition will receive an internship opportunity in their local EY office. The overall Oceania winner will travel to Amsterdam, The Netherlands in late 2020 and participate in the International competition.

International Prizes

First prize
A 30-day round-the-world business trip planned around 10-day working visits to key EY offices in London, Hong Kong and USA. You will build a network of the world’s leading tax professionals for the rest of your life.

Second prize
A 10-day visit to one of EY’s tax centres.

Third prize
An invitation to take part in one of our exceptional EY International Client Conferences, where you will rub shoulders with some of our finest partners and most valued clients.

Terms and conditions.

To find out more, visit: https://www.ey.com/en_au/careers/ey-oceania-tax-consulting-challenge

Closed 14 days ago
Closed 14 days ago
  • Job type:Graduate Jobs
  • Disciplines:

    Accounting, Administration, Agriculture, Architecture, Actuary, Arts

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  • Workrights:

    Australian Permanent Resident, Australian Citizen,

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  • Locations:

    Canberra, Sydney, Darwin,

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  • Closing Date:16th Mar 2020, 7:20 am

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