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PwC Audit Academy Associate in Financial Services

Starter jobs Audit Indefinite period Diegem 10000 + Assurance

Practical information

EARLIEST START DATE

30/09/2024

CONTRACT DURATION

Indefinite period

Job description

Bring your talent. Learn new skills at lightning-speed. Join the PwC Audit Academy.

Are you looking to jump-start your career in auditing? What if we told you that you could learn in one year what would otherwise take two to master? That’s what our PwC Audit Academy is about. Focus on interesting and challenging tasks while all the straightforward, less challenging ones are automated or delegated to specialised competence centres. The result? Accelerated learning, more meaningful work and more fun. Think you have what it takes? Join our PwC Audit Academy and get ready for lightning-speed learning.

Your impact

  • As a Junior Auditor in Financial Services, you’ll make an impact by:
  • Receiving an interesting client portfolio of rapidly evolving financial institutions and/or insurance companies.
  • Working often at your clients’ offices and having a lot of client contact.
  • Learning about your clients’ businesses and internal control processes.
  • Identifying the risks they’re facing, including the impact of key environmental, social and governance issues.
  • Auditing the balance sheets and profit and loss accounts of your clients by taking responsibility for specific accounts such as investments, loans, deposits, debt instruments, provisions, premiums, claims and other or more complex financial instruments.
  • Also being involved as an ‘integrated auditor’ in the review of the companies’ performance on environmental, social, and governance KPIs such as greenhouse gas emissions, water consumption, waste, diversity, human rights, etc.
  • Performing specific analyses on (new) financial or non-financial topics initiated by your clients or by the regulator.
  • Learning from different experts and specialists from other departments (IT, valuation, sustainability, tax, actuaries, etc.).
  • Reviewing financial reporting, as well as sustainability or non-financial reporting.
  • Working with data analytics and robotic tools to process data in an efficient way.
  • Developing your own data analytics and robotic tools.
  • Discussing with your team to share ideas and keep learning and growing.
  • Working in a changing environment (clients, location, tasks and colleagues) and gaining valuable experience.

Who are you?

  • You have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, taxation or finance and insurance, or a master’s in (applied) economics, accountancy, law, business economics, business engineering, civil engineering or another discipline with a relevant economic major, possibly via a second master degree - for auditors, we ask that your degree syllabus includes a solid basic course in accountancy, preferably with a number of financial analysis subjects.
  • You will graduate at the end of this academic year or have up to two years’ professional experience.
  • You are a born team player who likes to take initiative.
  • You have a critical, analytical and open mind.
  • You are client-oriented and an outstanding communicator.
  • You are eager to keep learning and developing with a view to continued growth.
  • You are interested in the financial sector.
  • You have a strong interest and basic knowledge of sustainability trends and key concepts.
  • You are fluent in Dutch and/or French, with a good written and spoken knowledge of English.

What we offer?

Life at PwC Belgium

Our culture and workplace are something we’re proud of. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the benefits you can look forward to.

  • Flexibility: flexible working hours in a hybrid work environment so you can decide on your most effective working pattern.
  • Infinite learning and growing: vast opportunities to learn every day and exciting career pathways that help you explore different disciplines or areas of expertise.
  • Rewards that matter to you: a flexible rewards plan gives you access to a wide range of benefits so you can make the choices that best fit your personal circumstances and lifestyle.
  • Diversity & inclusion: we believe that diversity makes PwC stronger. It helps us solve important problems and deliver added value to our clients. We encourage an inclusive culture where people can be the best version of themselves. We organise various D&I initiatives, including an active employee-led Employee Resource Group (ERG) community, comprising nine diversity groups with over 200 PwC employees aiming to make an impact within and beyond PwC.
  • A sustainable mobility offer: we offer a comprehensive mobility budget with a wide range of options (hybrid and electric cars, bike leasing, mobility card or loan reimbursement).
  • Well-being: an extensive health and well-being programme that includes access to professional sports coaching, individual sessions, sports communities and mental health resources. We encourage a healthy lifestyle with regular wellness challenges and various catering options at our cafeteria. 
  • Team events such as Last Friday Drinks, quarterly themed parties, team-building days and celebrations, as well as time spent on community days and charity activities.
  • International PwC network: broad access to industry expertise, both locally and via our global network of member firms.
  • Supporting you in every phase of your life, including family-friendly work schemes.

Extra-legal benefits

Meal vouchers Eco-vouchers Laptop GSM Company car Fuel card Hospitalisation insurance Group insurance Pension saving Holiday pay 13th month salary Expenses allowance

Working conditions

Flexible working hours

Language

Dutch
Dutch
English
English

Competences

Analytisch Gedreven Klantgericht Leergierig

Addresses

Diegem
Culliganlaan 5 1831 Diegem, Belgium

About the company

Sow the seeds of your new career with PwC!

Industries

Consultancy and Advisory

Job description

Bring your talent. Learn new skills at lightning-speed. Join the PwC Audit Academy.

Are you looking to jump-start your career in auditing? What if we told you that you could learn in one year what would otherwise take two to master? That’s what our PwC Audit Academy is about. Focus on interesting and challenging tasks while all the straightforward, less challenging ones are automated or delegated to specialised competence centres. The result? Accelerated learning, more meaningful work and more fun. Think you have what it takes? Join our PwC Audit Academy and get ready for lightning-speed learning.

Your impact

  • As a Junior Auditor in Financial Services, you’ll make an impact by:
  • Receiving an interesting client portfolio of rapidly evolving financial institutions and/or insurance companies.
  • Working often at your clients’ offices and having a lot of client contact.
  • Learning about your clients’ businesses and internal control processes.
  • Identifying the risks they’re facing, including the impact of key environmental, social and governance issues.
  • Auditing the balance sheets and profit and loss accounts of your clients by taking responsibility for specific accounts such as investments, loans, deposits, debt instruments, provisions, premiums, claims and other or more complex financial instruments.
  • Also being involved as an ‘integrated auditor’ in the review of the companies’ performance on environmental, social, and governance KPIs such as greenhouse gas emissions, water consumption, waste, diversity, human rights, etc.
  • Performing specific analyses on (new) financial or non-financial topics initiated by your clients or by the regulator.
  • Learning from different experts and specialists from other departments (IT, valuation, sustainability, tax, actuaries, etc.).
  • Reviewing financial reporting, as well as sustainability or non-financial reporting.
  • Working with data analytics and robotic tools to process data in an efficient way.
  • Developing your own data analytics and robotic tools.
  • Discussing with your team to share ideas and keep learning and growing.
  • Working in a changing environment (clients, location, tasks and colleagues) and gaining valuable experience.

Who are you?

  • You have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, taxation or finance and insurance, or a master’s in (applied) economics, accountancy, law, business economics, business engineering, civil engineering or another discipline with a relevant economic major, possibly via a second master degree - for auditors, we ask that your degree syllabus includes a solid basic course in accountancy, preferably with a number of financial analysis subjects.
  • You will graduate at the end of this academic year or have up to two years’ professional experience.
  • You are a born team player who likes to take initiative.
  • You have a critical, analytical and open mind.
  • You are client-oriented and an outstanding communicator.
  • You are eager to keep learning and developing with a view to continued growth.
  • You are interested in the financial sector.
  • You have a strong interest and basic knowledge of sustainability trends and key concepts.
  • You are fluent in Dutch and/or French, with a good written and spoken knowledge of English.

What we offer?

Life at PwC Belgium

Our culture and workplace are something we’re proud of. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the benefits you can look forward to.

  • Flexibility: flexible working hours in a hybrid work environment so you can decide on your most effective working pattern.
  • Infinite learning and growing: vast opportunities to learn every day and exciting career pathways that help you explore different disciplines or areas of expertise.
  • Rewards that matter to you: a flexible rewards plan gives you access to a wide range of benefits so you can make the choices that best fit your personal circumstances and lifestyle.
  • Diversity & inclusion: we believe that diversity makes PwC stronger. It helps us solve important problems and deliver added value to our clients. We encourage an inclusive culture where people can be the best version of themselves. We organise various D&I initiatives, including an active employee-led Employee Resource Group (ERG) community, comprising nine diversity groups with over 200 PwC employees aiming to make an impact within and beyond PwC.
  • A sustainable mobility offer: we offer a comprehensive mobility budget with a wide range of options (hybrid and electric cars, bike leasing, mobility card or loan reimbursement).
  • Well-being: an extensive health and well-being programme that includes access to professional sports coaching, individual sessions, sports communities and mental health resources. We encourage a healthy lifestyle with regular wellness challenges and various catering options at our cafeteria. 
  • Team events such as Last Friday Drinks, quarterly themed parties, team-building days and celebrations, as well as time spent on community days and charity activities.
  • International PwC network: broad access to industry expertise, both locally and via our global network of member firms.
  • Supporting you in every phase of your life, including family-friendly work schemes.

Extra-legal benefits

Meal vouchers Eco-vouchers Laptop GSM Company car Fuel card Hospitalisation insurance Group insurance Pension saving Holiday pay 13th month salary Expenses allowance

Working conditions

Flexible working hours

Language

Dutch
Dutch
English
English

Competences

Analytisch Gedreven Klantgericht Leergierig