We may be known as one of the Big Four or as an accountancy firm, or audit business, but we are much more than that. We are consultants. We use robots and automation. We deliver end-to-end technology programmes, and we are one of the largest organic digital agencies in the UK.
At Deloitte, you’ll find a career full of challenges, learning, qualifications and progression. From Human Capital to Tax Consulting, Audit and Finance to Cyber and Digital, Deloitte is reshaping both the business and technology landscape.
We bring together people who are curious and imaginative. And what we create is unique. Different backgrounds, experiences, knowledge, cultures. Variety makes us who we are. It enables us to do what we do. It doesn’t matter where you come from, it matters who you are. Your talent. Your natural curiosity. Every individual here has a voice and we are all encouraged to share ideas and make an impact.
How we support our people
We invested £36.3 million in learning, and our people spent half a million hours in training last year alone. At Deloitte, our commitment to the professional development of our people is absolute. Focused on technical, client relationship and technology skills, and reinforced by on-the-job learning, our ‘lifelong’ tailored approach will ensure you continue to progress in your career.
As well as time off to revise for your professional qualifications, there’s focused classroom study and e-learning opportunities. You’ll have 1:1 coaching and designated Deloitte appraisers, mentors and buddies to support you at work. Plus the technical and skills training you need to move your career on further down the line. Not to mention the invaluable experience of working on live projects. As you’d expect, the specific training you’ll get depends on the kind of role you choose. And we’ll do everything we can to help you succeed and lead as an expert in your field. For further information and to find out which professional qualifications we support please visit our website.
Our disability networks
Our Workability network is one of ten diversity networks that we have at Deloitte. Workability is for Deloitte people with disabilities, their managers, family and friends, and for people interested in disability issues within the firm and from our clients. It is also a network for those who may at some point in their career have lived with, or are living with, mental health issues such as depression, anxiety or panic attacks. Workability aims to be a sounding board on disability matters, a champion of talent and opportunity, as well as a chance to share experiences. Workability covers four key areas of support; Physical disability and long term illness, Neurodiversity, Mental Health, and Occupational Health.
At Deloitte we encourage everyone to think about their personal responsibility to treat people with respect. We are working hard to ensure that we provide a working environment where everyone feels able to be themselves and can thrive, develop and succeed. An environment in which our people are recognised and respected for their own strengths, values and perspectives. We believe that it is only within such an environment that our people can truly be at their best.
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How our commitment to disability has impacted business and firm culture
Our culture is built on respect and inclusion. Ensuring that everyone feels able to be themselves and thrive, develop and succeed in our firm is at the heart of our business. We believe that this environment empowers our people to truly be at their best. Deloitte is a place where individuals are recognised and respected for their own strengths, values and perspectives. Our culture encourages people to freely voice their views and be themselves without fear of conscious or unconscious exclusion, harassment or discrimination. A number of initiatives are in place to support this culture including; targeted interventions for specific issues, unconscious bias training, Speak Up line - a 24-hours, 365 days a year advice line service that you can access from any location with referral to CBT in 48hrs if needed, Respect & Inclusion advisors, Mental Health Champions and first aiders, resilience training, and a dedicated occupational health team.
- Summer Vacation Scheme 3 to 6 weeks of real work experience (summer internship) in your area of choice.
- Industrial Placement 6 to 12 month placement as part of your degree.
- Scholar Scheme Work experience, support at university and money to go travelling, for students at the beginning of their degree journey.
All of our graduate programmes offer on-the-job training and an opportunity to study for professional qualifications too. There are nine areas you can join, each of them focused on one of our service lines:
- Audit & Assurance
- Business & Financial Advisory
- Governance, Risk & Regulation
- Human Capital
- Real Estate
- Strategy & Operations
- Tax Consulting
There is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ here. Everyone is different. You don’t need to be a technology specialist or finance graduate. What matters most is who you are, your natural curiosity and how you use your mind. While some of our roles do have specific entry requirements, there are others that are really open. So whatever you’ve studied before, there are opportunities here for you.
Entry Level Apprenticeship
Five GCSEs including Maths and English Language, grade 4 or above (formally grade C or better).
BrightStart Higher Apprenticeship
260 UCAS points (before 2017) or 104 UCAS points (new). GCSE English Language grade B/Level 4 or above, and Maths grade C/Level 6 or above.
In general, we will look for you to have achieved, or be on track to achieving:
- 2:1 degree
- 260 UCAS points
- GCSE Maths grade 6 and English Language grade 4
- Entry-Level Apprenticeship Earn and learn. Kick-start your career with a 2 year on-the-job learning programme.
- BrightStart Higher Apprenticeship Don’t want to go to university? Shape your career and earn your professional qualifications on the job.
- Spring into Deloitte A unique and exciting 2 day course to explore your potential and develop your employability skills.
Tips for applying
Deloitte recruiters share a couple of tips for applicants:
- Be true to yourself. It’s that blend of skills and talents that makes us who we are. That enables us to dream bigger, think creatively, and deliver real impact. We are creative problem solvers, analytical thinkers, relationship builders. United by a natural curiosity, we ask intelligent questions and want to understand the ‘why’.
- You have lived experience of disabilities and we want you to feel inspired to bring those experiences to your application. Above all else, we are interested in who you are, what experiences and talents you have, how your imagination and curiosity work. Of course we know that having a disability doesn’t define who you are, but it is part of what makes you, you. You have lived experience of disabilities and we want you to feel inspired to bring those experiences to your application, you can offer a different view on things which is not only fully supported here, but positively encouraged.
We will fully support you along the way, making adjustments as and when is necessary, to meet your specific needs.
Our application process comprises of five stages. We will fully support you along the way, making adjustments as and when is necessary, to meet your specific needs. And remember, this isn’t just about us assessing whether you’re right for Deloitte. This is your chance to express your own ambitions and decide if we’re the right fit for you too.
- Step 1 – Online Application Form
Tell us about you, your education and experience.
- Step 2 – Immersive Online Assessment
You’ll be presented with a series of scenarios you might face working at Deloitte. This will give you a feel for our firm and it helps us to get to know you better, including how you interpret numbers
- Step 3 – Service Line Questionnaire
In some instances, you’ll be asked to select the area and location you’d like to join, plus any professional qualifications you’re keen to achieve.
- Step 4 – Job Simulation
You’ll immerse yourself in an exploration of working at Deloitte. The videos and questions here all relate to the kinds of challenges and opportunities Deloitte can offer you.
- Step 5 – Final Stage Assessment
This stage depends on the area of Deloitte you’re applying for. If you’re invited to complete a final assessment, a senior member of the business will be delighted to meet you.
- Step 1 – Online Application Form
As you would expect from a global firm we have a large number of adjustments and support in place. Below are just a few examples of how we can support you through the recruitment process. Throughout the recruitment process you can contact your Deloitte recruitment representative at any time to talk with them and ask for adjustments or assistance. We also have a dedicated email address email@example.com
How we can support you once you have joined us.
We have the most commonly used assistive technology on our internal IT services catalogue. This includes programmes such as Read and Write Gold, Dragon Naturally Speaking for help with dyslexia and Zoomtext to help with visual impairments. If you need particular hardware then we are able to provide, for example, a larger laptop and screen for visual impairments, or specific chairs or desk-related hardware.
You can order what you need directly from our online catalogue or ask your manager/team assistant to help you with this. Before you join us you can speak with your Deloitte recruitment contact about what you might need and they can help you begin to get those things in place for when you join us.
We work with Access to Work, a government funded facility that offers financial assistance to either firms or individuals. This includes, for example, funding for specialist equipment, financial contribution towards taxis to and from work, and financial contribution towards human assistance such as a sign language interpreter.
As you would expect from a firm like Deloitte, all of our buildings meet accessibility standards.
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