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Recent graduate? Deloitte could have a job for you

The business advisory firm is planning to recruite 200 graduates, and also has 30 positions for experienced professionals.

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DELOITTE IS SEARCHING for recent graduates – 2oo in total.

The business advisory firm has said it plans to recruit 200 graduates, and also has 30 positions available for experienced professionals.

The firm currently employs over 1,200 people in Ireland. It said that the graduate opportunities are across disciplines including audit, tax, consulting, corporate finance and enterprise risk services.

They will be available in the Dublin, Cork and Limerick offices and graduates can start in Autumn 2014 or, in the case where students decide to complete a postgraduate course, Autumn 2015.

The company said that they are encouraging students of all academic disciplines to apply – not just  those with accountancy and business backgrounds.

The positions for experienced professionals are also available across the firm, and in particular Deloitte is “interested in hearing from talented professionals in the technology consulting, information security and forensics areas”.

Brendan Jennings, Managing Partner, Deloitte said that successful applicants “will receive top class training as they look to obtain their professional qualification and the opportunity to work with some of Ireland’s most prestigious companies”.

Details can be found here at the Deloitte website and applications are open from mid-September, and close at 5pm on Monday 14 October 2013 for NUI Galway students and 5pm, Wednesday 16 October 2013 for students from all other colleges.

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