Line of Service
Internal Firm Services
IFS – Human Capital (HC)
Job Description & Summary
The programme consists of three-years where you will build broad business skills alongside risk knowledge and capability. The work will be varied and challenging and you’ll get real time coaching, on-the-job development as well as impactful training. You will also be encouraged to study towards a professional qualification in risk management that will provide you with further knowledge on how to deal with the problems PwC faces.
You’ll be doing a rewarding job and solving important problems. We will encourage you to develop your leadership style and drive innovation and creativity. During your third year you’ll be telling us about your career ambitions, from which you will be promoted into a specialised position within risk or into a client facing risk role.
The programme builds upon your natural enquiring mind and willingness to learn and do new things. This is an excellent opportunity to join the leading professional services firm at the heart of our organisation. You will learn a lot about the firm, our clients and services as well as becoming a well rounded business leader of the future.
Internal Firm Services (IFS)
Our purpose focuses on how we contribute to society, and how our business decisions can contribute to greater trust and solving important problems. In order to achieve our purpose and deliver a first-class service to our clients, we need first-class support internally. The people who power us – our internal teams – have a vital role to make sure we have all the right resources, services and technology to be the best we can be. Not all of us work directly with external clients. Some of our most talented people choose to harness their skills inside of PwC.
Who do PwC consultants and auditors, as market leading professionals, turn to when they themselves need advice? If it’s to do with managing risk, business ethics, technical and regulatory requirements or preventing financial crime the answer is PwC’s own Risk Management professionals. As the vital problem solvers who support our business to deliver our strategy safely, you could be at the heart of supporting our business.
As a global organisation PwC’s purpose is to solve important problems and build trust in society; this isn’t easy and our clients regularly come to us with exciting but challenging engagements. From time to time our teams need specialist support in advising upon and managing our own risks. With this, our Risk Management Professionals are expected to understand our business, the clients’ needs and have the technical leadership and communication skills to help navigate through very testing situations.
Our organisation, people, processes, technology capabilities are and will continue to change at a fast pace to align with our stakeholder needs. Most important to successfully keep pace is the people we have, the behaviours we encourage and investment we make in our people.
Throughout your time with us, we’ll support you to reach your potential and access career enhancing opportunities. Our graduates of today will be leaders of tomorrow.
What you’ll do
PwC’s Risk Management Professionals need to have a passion for helping people and a thirst to continuously learn, be thoughtful and able to make decisions under pressure, often balancing conflicting data and complex stakeholder requirements. The skills needed are broad and thus the firm provides a wide range of training, alongside opportunities to rotate between roles in our key risk areas.
You’ll find yourself working as part of a team in a number of rotations, gaining experience and having a real impact on the business. Some of our rotations include:
Independence & Ethics
Management of Technology Risk
Prevention of Financial Crime
Compliance with Laws and Regulations
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)
Managing the Risks associated with our Professional Services activities within our various business units
Dealing with Risk Incidents & Special Projects
What you’ll gain
You will gain the knowledge and experience to do a multitude of interesting and impactful things, including running projects, evaluating risks and implementing mitigations and be able to dive deeply into risk issues/incidents, whilst also being able to see the bigger picture macro view of the risk.
After your initial graduate induction you will be invited to further Advance events over the course of the first year. These events will build on the soft skills you’ll have learnt to date and give you the opportunity to put into practice that learning. This will be accompanied by specific risk training that will begin to build your competency in risk management.
You’ll also be required to work towards a risk Professional Qualification provided by the Institute of Risk Management, which sets and maintains the highest standards for the risk profession. The qualification is invaluable to your professional development and is highly regarded within the risk industry.
Throughout the programme you will be supported and encouraged to take ownership of your personal development, continually learning through feedback from different projects and roles as well as undertaking technical training offered by PwC. You will have a Career Coach who will help you determine your goals, understand feedback, identify your strengths and where you can improve, and help ensure that your career is progressing on the right trajectory.
You will receive variety in your role as well as challenges to aid in building your experience and resilience.You’ll be doing a rewarding job and solving important problems. We’ll ensure that you are equipped with the relevant skills and Risk capabilities to become the Risk Management Professionals of tomorrow.
What you’ll need
You’ll need to have or be on course for a 2.1 degree or above in any subject.
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