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New Zealand 2020/2021 EY Intern Programme

Could you answer the questions of tomorrow, today?

As technology transforms the way we all live and work, your success will be defined by your mindset as well as your skillset. When you have the right mindset, you are better able to adapt, lead and manage through change. The right mindset puts you in control of your growth, career path and future as you continue to learn and acquire new skills. Your curiosity, open-mindedness and enthusiasm will help to shape your future and ours.

Here at EY, you’ll focus your intelligence and imagination on the most crucial, complex issues facing business, government, and society today. With access to on-demand learning, formal training, coaching and real time feedback to help shape your career and prepare you for the future.

We bring extraordinary people, like you, together to build a better working world.

The exceptional EY experience. It’s yours to build.

You want an internship that’s more than a line on a resume. You want an experience, a challenge and a launchpad for lifelong relationships and career growth. You can find that here.

Throughout the programme, you’ll hit the ground running with dedicated on-the-job training, coaching and technology onboarding. You’ll work alongside EY professionals on real clients – right now. You’ll get the opportunity to be immersed in EY culture, network with EY people, and experience the transformative work done for EY clients. Plus, the best bit is, if you impress us we’ll offer you a permanent position after you graduate.

We pride ourselves on being an inclusive employer. This is driven by leadership and everyone at all levels are held accountable day to day. We have a number of internal employee networks including Ability EY, our disability network, Unity, our LGBTI network and our Māori employee network enabling us all to embrace and value the diverse society we live within. EY is proud to be a Rainbow Tick certified organisation celebrating LGBTI diversity and inclusion.

What degree, which service line?

Diverse degrees lead to diverse thinking which is what we are looking for as we progress into the Transformative Age. We’re looking for students from a range of degrees for different areas across our business. Find out more about our service lines and where you best fit by visiting our website.

Eligibility

To apply for our Intern Programme, you are required to be:

- In the penultimate year of your degree

- A New Zealand or Australian citizen, a New Zealand or Australian permanent resident or a valid work visa. International students should refer to our criteria on our website before applying

Please visit our website if you have any questions or if you want to understand our recruitment process and next steps from here. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application via [email protected]

Applications close on 10 April at 12 noon. So log on and apply early to get the best opportunity to secure your Intern role! www.ey.com/nz/careers/apply

Please only submit one application for your preferred location.

The preferred applicant will be subject to employment screening by Ernst & Young or by their external third party provider.

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  • Job type:Internships
  • Disciplines:

    Accounting, Administration, Agriculture, Architecture, Actuary, Arts

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  • Workrights:

    Australian Citizen, New Zealand Citizen,

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  • Locations:

    Auckland (New Zealand),

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  • Closing Date:10th Apr 2020, 2:00 am

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