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Deloitte announces 300 graduate positions across Ireland

Written by Robert McHugh, on 11th Sep 2017. Posted in Technology

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Deloitte has today commenced its search to fill 300 graduate positions through an innovative new graduate recruitment campaign. The campaign is themed, “Success Is”, and aims to directly target the brightest and best graduates in Ireland.

The second largest professional services and consulting firm in Ireland will have opportunities available in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Belfast and Galway. There will be a diverse range of opportunities for graduates across a number of service areas including audit & assurance, risk advisory, corporate finance, tax services and consulting services. 

Furthermore, the Deloitte technology programmes also include a number of graduate positions in cyber risk, Deloitte Digital, information management & analytics and systems integration.

Students from all academic disciplines are encouraged to apply, including accounting, arts, business, law, science, technology, engineering, maths, amongst others.

Speaking about the graduate programme, Managing Partner at Deloitte Ireland, Brendan Jennings said, "Through our graduate programme, we are offering graduates across many different disciplines the chance to experience and realise the careers they aspire to. Our programme allows graduates to grow with us and achieve their career goals. We are excited to meet those interested in joining us to build our team and collaborate with us in delivering exceptional work on behalf of our clients."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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