2025 Restructuring Advisory Graduate

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A career without compromise starts here.

At Grant Thornton, we see the world a little differently - not for how things are, but for how they could be. And when it comes to people, we see you differently too – with near limitless potential to unlock and harness.

Every day we seek to reach for remarkable - in the opportunities we unlock, the experience we share and the results we deliver. But unleashing the remarkable in each of us takes CARE, and that connects our passion with the purpose we live by. It’s why we go beyond in the way we care for our people, clients and communities, and support them to thrive, always.

A graduate program with a difference

Life's too short for a cookie-cutter career that treats you like another cog in the machine. So from the get-go, we will look to challenge your curiosity and fuel your passions, empowering you to build a one-of-a-kind career path.

More than that, as leaders in accounting, tax and advisory services, we're committed to setting you up for success through our remarkable support network within a globally integrated firm filled with possibilities.  

What we offer you:

  • Remarkable support – grow your technical knowledge and business acumen through a structured learning and development program; financial and study leave support to help you undertake your CA qualification; a dedicated coaching Manager and Partner to help you thrive in your career journey.
  • Remarkable exposure – work alongside leading Partners and specialists across a broad range of industries and experiences, develop strong relationships with your clients, participate in national and international secondment opportunities as they arise.
  • Remarkable impact – make a meaningful difference in a way that feels personal to you through a range of social, environmental and sustainability initiatives, committees and networks.
  • Remarkable perks – including a 9 day fortnight (currently trialling); flexible working arrangements; a complimentary health club & gym membership; social events and clubs; well-being mental health support; paid volunteering leave.

Your opportunity

Some organisations are so well established, it seems like they could never go out of business. But a failure to innovate, poor internal controls, a change in customer demands or external market conditions can rapidly cause a business to enter into financial distress or fail completely.

Formulating and executing a business restructure or turnaround strategy can be challenging for management. Our Restructuring Advisory team works closely with business owners, managers and lenders to identify and resolve issues affecting profitability, protect enterprise value and recover value. 

Joining the Restructuring Advisory team as a graduate will see you:

  • preparing financial analysis or forecasting work papers
  • attending a client’s worksite 
  • conducting investigations including review accounting records and supporting documentation
  • drafting reports for clients and/or regulatory bodies
  • liaising with banks, the ATO and key creditors
  • preparing for and attending creditor meetings.

Our Restructuring Advisory team is best suited to students majoring in Accounting, Commerce, Economics and/or Finance.

Eligibility

To be eligible for our 2025 graduate opportunities, you must be:

  • on track to complete your studies by mid-2025; or have completed a relevant undergraduate or postgraduate degree within the last two years; and
  • an Australian or New Zealand Citizen, a Permanent Resident of Australia or a visa-holder (subject to some conditions).

International students and graduates

We welcome applications from international students who are studying at an Australian tertiary institution.  To be eligible to apply, you will need to demonstrate that you have full time working rights within Australia at the time of your application. We recommend you review our international student and graduate eligibility information prior to starting your application.

Please note: Grant Thornton Australia will not sponsor students or graduates for the purposes of residency. Successful candidates will be required, as a condition of their employment, to maintain a current visa or where relevant, to independently apply for and obtain permanent residency.

Your application

Five easy steps to starting your career at Grant Thornton:

  • Get to know us
  • Apply online
  • Complete our online testing – the Grant Thornton Strength Assessment
  • Complete the video interview
  • Attend an assessment centre and/or interview

Need additional support?

We are committed to ensuring our recruitment process is inclusive and accessible for anyone who wishes to apply, and we warmly welcome applications from students who have a disability or identify as neurodiverse. Should you require any adaptations to the recruitment process or need any additional support from us to help you perform at your best, please reach out to our Early Careers team on 03 8663 6124 or [email protected] to discuss your application and your individual circumstances.

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  • Job type:Graduate Jobs
  • Disciplines:
    Accounting, Business and Commerce
  • Work rights:
    Australian Working Visa, Australian Permanent
    ...
  • Work from home:Hybrid remote
    Hybrid remote

    Employees are allowed to work remotely some of the time but most of the work is done at the company’s physical office. Remote work is considered a perk or a privilege. For example, an employee may work from home for 1-2 days per week.

  • Locations:
    Cairns
  • accepts international

    Yes

  • Salary

    $65,000-$65,000

  • Closing Date:30th Jun 2024, 1:55 pm

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