School Leaver Programme.
Tax (TRS) College and School Leaver Programme
A position on our School and College leaver programme is one of the best ways to kickstart your career with PwC. You’ll learn and develop the specialist skills our clients look for and value most, whilst also studying towards a professional qualification, with support from us all the way. The work is varied, and involves working as a team to understand the financial statements and the financial position of your clients, who may vary from multinational banks and football clubs through to public sector organisations and start-ups. Your work will includes investigating and analysing operational and financial risk, processes, systems and controls, and then offering your client recommendations for improvement. Good communication, an analytical mindset, strong relationship building skills and a strong eye for detail are really important in our people-focused business.
The tax landscape is constantly changing. Your knowledge will help high-profile organisations, entrepreneurs and family businesses understand complex rules and make informed decisions with significant impacts. You’ll also help governments ensure the efficient operation of tax systems and use your insight to solve long-term problems.
By joining Tax you’ll also be involved with our innovative One Tax Rotation programme. This gives you the opportunity to work outside your core tax competency for up to six months, learn from different clients and develop your transferable skills.
Tax Reporting and Strategy
Our TRS team advises clients on how to manage tax in their businesses and build a tax function for the future. You could be working on UK and global projects ranging from helping clients align their tax strategy with the wider business strategy, accelerate the impact of technology in tax, unlock data insights to enable better decision making, and meet their domestic and global compliance and reporting obligations across all taxes.
What you’ll gain
You'll enjoy plenty of practical, on-the-job training while studying for a professional qualification with either the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) to secure a Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB) as a core part of your apprenticeship.
What you need to get in
112 UCAS tariff* plus a grade 4 or above in GCSE English Language and Mathematics (or equivalent) for school and college leaver roles
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