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  • Careers: Technology Careers
    emerging Successful organisations will be the ones who can adapt to change and discover how to treat it as an opportunity And that s what we plan to do The nature of our business means we always have to stay ahead of the curve in order to provide the best possible service to our clients That means there are constantly new and exciting opportunities in roles that involve the very latest innovations One such area is technology Whether you re interested in IT Risk Assurance Data Analytics Cyber Security or Consulting all can be explored with a career in PwC Technology Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics STEM degrees As we support transformation and innovation in our own and our clients businesses so our need for STEM backgrounds science technology engineering and maths increase Businesses are progressively coming to terms with the disruption that digital technologies are having on their business models supply chains and customer behaviour As illustrated by PwC s Annual Global CEO Survey technological advances are rising up the Board agenda with 58 of the CEOs surveyed globally concerned about the speed of technological change Here at PwC we relish the opportunity to solve problems like this by bringing together experts advocates and resources from around the world to accelerate change We have opportunities for people across all areas of the business to have an input and drive our business forward Whether it s working in London or Sydney New York or Tokyo we re actively hiring STEM candidates into our teams who have the ability to add real insight and value to the work we do Data and Analytics We re always driving forward with our ambition to be one of the most data driven and analytical businesses in the world Big Data and Cyber Security are

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  • Careers: Employer of Choice
    choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Employer of Choice 240 000 students around the world have ranked PwC the number one professional services network of firms globally and the second most attractive employer for business students after Google in the Universum World s Most Attractive Employer annual ranking for 2015 About the ranking The World s Most Attractive Employer ranking is compiled from Universum s national student surveys from the world s twelve largest economies Students share information about employers they perceive as being ideal and what they are looking for in their future careers We are delighted to be recognised by business students in this way We are proud to offer all students from business to engineering and IT great opportunities to develop and build their career We are also proud of our inclusive culture that values diversity in all its forms PwC US Global Talent Leader Michael J Fenlon The 2015 World s Most Attractive Employers confirms that Millennials will go to work for companies whose stories they can tell whose values they can espouse and whose businesses they can learn These students told us that in their work environments they are seeking platforms for their own performance and growth And they told us which companies are accomplishing this CEO of Universum Petter Nylander At PwC it s important for us to be creating leaders at all levels

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  • Careers: Our history
    by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites PwC has been created by the merger of two firms Price Waterhouse and Coopers Lybrand each with historical roots going back some 150 years Set out below are some key milestones in the history of both firms 1849 Samuel Lowell Price sets up in business in London 1854 William Cooper establishes his own practice in London which seven years later becomes Cooper Brothers 1865 Price Holyland and Waterhouse join forces in partnership 1874 Name changes to Price Waterhouse Co 1898 Robert H Montgomery William M Lybrand Adam A Ross Jr and his brother T Edward Ross form Lybrand Ross Brothers and Montgomery 1957 Cooper Brothers Co

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  • Careers: PwC Professional
    capabilities we need who we need to be and the behaviours we need to adopt in order to meet the expectations of our clients colleagues and communities in today s changing global marketplace As PwC professionals it is important that we influence others constructively within and beyond the workplace by demonstrating different forms of leadership at various stages of our careers Within the PwC Professional framework there are five attributes Whole leadership the ability to lead to make a difference and deliver results The ability to build genuine trust based relationships Business acumen the ability to bring business knowledge and awareness Technical capabilities which create value for clients and PwC Global acumen transcending boundaries of geography politics race and culture The combination of these attributes helps our people bring their best self to work and to inspire their colleagues and clients to do the same It also means that PwC people will be strongly and uniquely positioned to meet the challenges of the future wherever their careers might lead them Whole leadership Business acumen Technical capabilities Global acumen Relationships We need you to lead yourself and others regardless of your grade by making a real difference in the work you do This means delivering results in a responsible authentic resilient inclusive and passionate way Do you learn from your opportunities and take the time to develop your personal approach to work Do you lead others to be the best they can be whether you re part of a team or leading one Do you act with integrity and uphold professional standards at all times You ll bring business knowledge and awareness or have a willingness to learn about business and can bring innovation and fresh thinking to create distinctive value for our clients and PwC How do you keep up

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  • Careers: Employability
    relations Alumni Member firms worldwide Live events and discussions Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Building your personal brand is key to your professional development and it s all about impressing clients and recruiters with the unique you whilst presenting your best self someone who stands out in the market and has something truly unique to offer And it s important that you re prepared for this in person on paper and online Take a look at our Personal Brand Builder for tips on how to market yourself across all channels and make yourself stand out from the crowd You

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  • Careers: Aspire to Lead
    to sign up and watch From students to experienced professionals They re designed to profile practical insights into leadership from the perspective of inspiring leaders in their field Click here to register 2016 event 2015 event 2014 event About PwC Building confidence How to stand out The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will host the event leading up to the Oscars Our event will feature Award winning actor Geena Davis Co Founder of the Bentonville Film Festival and Founder of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media Known as the Institute it s the only research based organisation working within the media and entertainment industry to engage educate and influence the need to dramatically improve gender balance reduce stereotyping and create diverse female characters in entertainment Further Davis and festival co founder Trevor Drinkwater founded the Bentonville Film Festival BFF in 2015 to champion women and minorities in media BFF s mission is to encourage content creation in film and other forms of media that reflects the diverse and half female world we live in The event will open with an inspirational keynote from Geena Davis on the empowerment and advancement of women Michael Fenlon PwC s Global Talent Leader will then lead a panel discussion with Geena as well as Dawn Hudson CEO of the Academy Jennifer Yuh Nelson Academy Award nominee and director and Peter Yobo Advisory Senior Associate from PwC s US business to examine the parallels between gender portrayals in the media and the role of women in the workplace Through this panel discussion attendees will receive insights on how to leverage lessons learned from the business of Hollywood and bring their career to centre stage As an Impact champion of HeForShe we ll explore how everyone has a role to play in the movement towards gender equality How to register Click here to register now to attend the webcast Featuring authors Katty Kay and Claire Shipman Eileen Naughton Managing Director of Google UK and Ireland February 2015 we hosted our second global webcast titled The Confidence to Lead focusing on the question What would you do if you were not afraid The event took place live from our London office with around 200 students attending The panel webcast featured The Confidence Code authors Katty Kay and Claire Shipman Eileen Naughton Managing Director of Google UK and Ireland and Mike Fenlon PwC s Global and US Talent leader Featuring Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and founder of the non profit organisation LeanIn org April 2014 we delivered our first ever global forum focused on women and leadership The event was part our newly created series to bring focus and guidance around how women can navigate the transition from campus to career The event featured Facebook COO and LeanIn Org founder Sheryl Sandberg and LeanIn Org president Rachel Thomas As business leaders Sheryl and Rachel offered tips to graduates on finding the right job negotiating your first salary and succeeding in your career About PwC

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  • Careers: Country job search
    featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites With offices in 776 locations and across 157 countries its not surprising to learn that we have lots of opportunities for talented people to join us Visit the PwC Country careers website you d like to work in browse the career opportunities available Africa Angola Botswana Cameroon Cape Verde Chad Congo Brazzaville Congo Dem Rep Equatorial Guinea Gabon Ghana Guinea Kenya Madagascar Malawi Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Nigeria Senegal South Africa Swaziland Tanzania Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Americas Antigua Argentina Aruba Bahamas Barbados Bermuda Bolivia Brazil British Virgin Islands Canada Cayman Islands Central America Chile Colombia Costa Rica Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Interaméricas Jamaica Mexico Netherlands Antilles Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Peru St Kitts and Nevis St Lucia Trinidad and Tobago United States Uruguay Venezuela Asia Asia Pacific Afghanistan Armenia Australia Azerbaijan Cambodia China Georgia Hong Kong India Indonesia Japan Kazakhstan Korea Laos Macau Malaysia Maldives New Caledonia New Zealand Pakistan Papua New Guinea Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Taiwan Thailand Vietnam Uzbekistan Central and Eastern Europe Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Estonia Hungary Kosovo Latvia Macedonia Moldova Poland Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Ukraine Europe Austria Belgium Channel Islands Cyprus Denmark Finland France Germany

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  • Press room: PwC
    2681 Cambodia Andy Heath Tel 855 23 218 086 Hong Kong Peter Craughwell Tel 852 2289 8696 India Nandini Chatterjee Tel 91 124 462 0756 Indonesia Khrisma Fitriasari Tel 62 21 521 2901 Japan Minoru Wakabayashi Tel 81 90 1764 4509 Korea JiHyoun Kim Tel 82 2 709 0816 Laos Apisit Thiengtrongpinyo Tel 856 21 222 718 Malaysia Stephanie Caunter Tel 60 3 2173 1168 Mauritius Ariane Serret Tel 230 404 5029 New Zealand Stephanie Flores Tel 64 9 355 8584 Pakistan Fahim ul Hasan Tel 92 21 242 6711 ext 233 Philippines Rocky Saldajeno Tel 63 2 845 2728 ext 2100 Singapore Sophie Ong Tel 6 236 4591 Sri Lanka Sujeewa Mudalige Tel 94 11 4719 838 Taiwan Violet Lo Tel 886 2 2729 6666 ext 22669 Thailand Ploy Ten Kate Tel 66 2344 1000 ext 4713 Vietnam Vu Thi Thu Nguyet Tel 84 4 3946 2246 ext 4069 Central Eastern Europe Albania Rolanda Duro Tel 355 4 2242 254 Azerbaijan Farida Akhundova Tel 994 12 497 2515 Belarus Elena Odintsova Tel 375 17335 4000 Bosnia and Herzegovina Suana Kapic Tel 38 733 295 234 Bulgaria Svetlana Ivanova Tel 359 2 9355 240 Croatia Jasna Kzanic Tel 385 1 6328 897 Czech Republic Pavel Hermansky Tel 420 251 151 827 Estonia Andres Hurt Tel 372 6141 813 Georgia Irma Gogotishvili Tel 995 32 250 8022 Hungary Katalin Simon Tel 36 1 461 9755 Kazakhstan Sabina Kaukerbekova Tel 7 727 298 0448 Latvia Evija Baula Tel 371 6709 4430 Lithuania Inga Gyliene Tel 370 5 219 7248 Macedonia Ana Stefanovska Tel 38 92 3140 900 Poland Jakub Kurasz Tel 48 22 746 4000 Romania and Moldova Daniela Pavlovici 40 21 225 3589 Russia Petr Yudin Tel 7 495 967 6000 Serbia and Montenegro Jelena Miletic Tel 381 11 33 02 100 Slovak Republic Zuzana Sehnalova Tel 421 2 593 50 133 Slovenia Tea Gasser Tel 386 1 583 6050 Turkey Aslihan Dellaloglu Tel 90 212 326 6570 Ukraine Yuliya Poliakova Tel 380 44 490 6777 Western Europe Austria Sabine Muellauer Ohev Ami Tel 43 1 501 88 5100 Belgium Saskia Rademakers Tel 32 2 710 7248 Cyprus Kostantina Logotheti Tel 357 2 2555 108 Denmark Pernille Stokholm Bog Tel 45 3945 3579 Finland Kaisa Keikkinen Tel 358 20 787 7906 France Gabrielle Mendes Tel 33 6 81 4232 28 Germany Peter Gerdemann Tel 49 69 9585 1501 Oliver Heieck Corporate Tel 49 69 95 85 1074 Gibraltar Edgar Lavarello Tel 350 200 73520 Greece Alexandra Filippaki Tel 30 21 0687 4711 Iceland Fridgeir Sigurdsson Tel 354 550 5366 Italy Francesco Ferrara Tel 39 02 778 5525 Giuseppina Floris Tel 39 02 6673 4422 Luxembourg Youcef Damardji Tel 352 49 4848 6044 Malta Kevin Valenzia Tel 356 2564 6601 Netherlands Meint Waterlander Tel 31 88 792 7000 Koen Jonker Tel 31 88 792 4892 Norway Einar Ravndal Tel 47 9526 0484 Portugal Pedro Carvalho Silva Tel 351 213 599 651 Republic of Ireland Johanna Dehaene Tel 353 1 792 6547 Spain

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