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Apprenticeships Consulting - Managed Services Apprenticeship Leeds Autumn 2024

Location: Leeds

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Apprenticeships KPMG Business Services - Apprenticeship Birmingham Autumn 2024

Location: Birmingham

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Insight Graduate Social Mobility Talent - Consulting Insight London TBC 2024

Location: London

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Insight Graduate Social Mobility Talent - Audit Insight Reading TBC 2024

Location: Reading

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Insight Graduate Social Mobility Talent - Audit Insight London TBC 2024

Location: London

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Insight Graduate Social Mobility Talent - Audit Insight Leeds TBC 2024

Location: Leeds

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Apprenticeships Consulting - Managed Services Apprenticeship Leeds Autumn 2024

Location: Leeds

Capability: Consulting

Experience level: Apprenticeships

Employment type: Full Time


Consulting Managed Services Apprenticeship is a two-year programme working with clients who are looking to temporarily outsource parts of their business. The work we do often needs to be mobilised quickly and can vary in size and scope – you could be part of a team of 10 to 650 colleagues working on a project at any one time, whilst based at our office in Leeds. In Managed Services, we work to deliver a quality service to our ... View full job description

Programme Overview

Capability:
Consulting
Programme Length:
2 years
Qualifications:
Level Three Business Administration Apprenticeship
Entry Requirements:

At KPMG, everyone brings a unique perspective, and we want to ensure that you have the best opportunity to demonstrate your potential. We want to discover your individual strengths and attributes to help us to know whether you’ll enjoy working here and how you’ll thrive. That's why we’ve designed our application process to assess everyone’s potential and to ensure that you have the skills to succeed at KPMG.

You’ll generally be expected to demonstrate the following:

  • 5 GCSEs* at A* – C or at 4 – 9 (inc. English Language and Maths), or for Scotland 5 Standard Grades at Grades A – C (inc. English Language and Maths)

As part of your application, you will be given the opportunity to share any extenuating circumstances that may have impacted your GCSE (or equivalent) outcomes. Supplying us with this information will not negatively impact your application, but it may provide a positive uplift on your academic achievements. You can also choose to opt out of sharing it.

Key Skills:

Throughout the recruitment process we will be looking to learn more about your strengths.

To be successful on this programme, you will be required to demonstrate the strengths that we look for in our apprentices at KPMG.

Learn more about what we look for and how to apply here.

 

Apprenticeships KPMG Business Services - Apprenticeship Birmingham Autumn 2024

Location: Birmingham

Capability: KPMG Business Services

Experience level: Apprenticeships

Employment type: Full Time


The KPMG Business Services Apprenticeship is a two-year programme where you’ll be fully supported with guidance from KPMG teams, as well as our external training provider, in everything there is to learn about Business Services. KPMG’s Business Services (KBS) function is the single provider of internal business services, advice, and expertise to KPMG, structured around three groups: Business Partnering: Providing strategic su... View full job description

Programme Overview

Capability:
KPMG Business Services
Programme Length:
2 years
Qualifications:
Level three Business Administration Apprenticeship
Entry Requirements:

At KPMG, everyone brings a unique perspective, and we want to ensure that you have the best opportunity to demonstrate your potential. We want to discover your individual strengths and attributes to help us to know whether you’ll enjoy working here and how you’ll thrive. That's why we’ve designed our application process to assess everyone’s potential and to ensure that you have the skills to succeed at KPMG.

You’ll generally be expected to demonstrate the following:

  • 5 GCSEs* at A* – C or at 4 – 9 (inc. English Language and Maths), or for Scotland 5 Standard Grades at Grades A – C (inc. English Language and Maths)

As part of your application, you will be given the opportunity to share any extenuating circumstances that may have impacted your GCSE (or equivalent) outcomes. Supplying us with this information will not negatively impact your application, but it may provide a positive uplift on your academic achievements. You can also choose to opt out of sharing it.

Key Skills:

Throughout the recruitment process we will be looking to learn more about your strengths.

To be successful on this programme, you will be required to demonstrate the strengths that we look for in our apprentices at KPMG.

Learn more about what we look for and how to apply here.

Insight Graduate Social Mobility Talent - Consulting Insight London TBC 2024

Location: London

Capability: Consulting

Experience level: Insight Graduate

Employment type: Full Time


Our consulting teams immerse themselves in our clients’ business, applying sector knowledge and technology solutions to help companies grow and thrive. Our focus is on adding value, across a range of areas, such as Customer, Risk & Regulatory, People, Financial and Operational Transformation through to Forensic Technology. We work across diverse industries and sectors too, from global organisations to the public sector, re... View full job description

Programme Overview

Capability:
Consulting
Programme Length:
3 days
Qualifications:
N/A
Entry Requirements:

At KPMG, everyone brings a unique perspective, and we want to ensure that you have the best opportunity to demonstrate your potential. We want to discover your individual strengths and attributes to help us to know whether you’ll enjoy working here and how you’ll thrive. That’s why we operate an open access policy and an application process that will assess both your qualifications and your qualities.

Generally, you’ll be expected to demonstrate the following grades (*or equivalents), to show that you’re able to successfully study for professional qualifications. If you are a few grades or points short, we would still encourage you to apply, as your application will be reviewed together with your performance in our assessments. You‘ll also have the opportunity to provide additional information for us to assess your application and potential in the context of your socio-economic background and/or any extenuating circumstances, which may have a positive uplift on your academic achievements through contextual recruitment.  You can find out more here

  • 5 GCSEs* at A* – C or at 4 – 9 (inc. English Language and Maths at Grade B or 5), or for Scotland 5 National 5 qualifications at Grades A – C (inc. English Language and Maths at Grade B or equivalent)
  • 120 UCAS points* from your ‘top’ 3 grades, excluding General Studies under the 2017 tariff point system at A Level (300 UCAS points pre-2017) or at Higher/Advanced Higher Level for Scotland.
  • 2:2 (or on track to obtain a 2:2) undergraduate degree in any discipline.

This programme is aimed primarily at students who come from a low socioeconomic background. By low socioeconomic background we mean:

  • Attended state school or college, and
  • The occupation of your main household earner when you were aged 14 is categorised as coming from a lower socio-economic background*, or
  • Whilst at school you were eligible for free school meals (or you attended a school with ‘above regional average’ free school meals**), or
  • Your immediate family did not attend university.

*Parental occupation socio-economic classification is a national standard and the Social Mobility Work’s toolkit (found here) provides details on the categorisations.

**Free School Meals are a statutory benefit available to school-aged children from families who receive other qualifying benefits and who have been through the relevant registration process. It does not include those who receive meals at school through other means e.g. boarding school.

Our Consulting Social Mobility Talent Insight Programme is open to students who are in their final year of study at university, as well as those who have graduated already. Those who join the programme and pass our Launch Pad assessment day will be made a Graduate offer to commence in Autumn 2024.

Key Skills:

Throughout the recruitment process we will be looking to learn more about your strengths.

To be successful on this programme, you will be required to demonstrate the strengths that we look for in our graduates at KPMG.

Learn more about what we look for and how to apply here.

Insight Graduate Social Mobility Talent - Audit Insight Reading TBC 2024

Location: Reading

Capability: Audit

Experience level: Insight Graduate

Employment type: Full Time


Audit is the largest of our UK practices. Put simply, audit is about examining organisations and ensuring their published accounts provide a ‘true and fair’ view of their financial position and results. The work we do makes a meaningful difference to businesses and communities. It is critical to the everyday working of society, helps build trust in the economy and supports companies as they grow. This programme is aimed primar... View full job description

Programme Overview

Capability:
Audit
Programme Length:
3 days
Qualifications:
N/A
Entry Requirements:

At KPMG, everyone brings a unique perspective, and we want to ensure that you have the best opportunity to demonstrate your potential. We want to discover your individual strengths and attributes to help us to know whether you’ll enjoy working here and how you’ll thrive. That’s why we operate an open access policy and an application process that will assess both your qualifications and your qualities.

Generally, you’ll be expected to demonstrate the following grades (*or equivalents), to show that you’re able to successfully study for professional qualifications. If you are a few grades or points short, we would still encourage you to apply, as your application will be reviewed together with your performance in our assessments. You‘ll also have the opportunity to provide additional information for us to assess your application and potential in the context of your socio-economic background and/or any extenuating circumstances, which may have a positive uplift on your academic achievements through contextual recruitment.  You can find out more here

  • 5 GCSEs* at A* – C or at 4 – 9 (inc. English Language and Maths at Grade B or 5), or for Scotland 5 National 5 qualifications at Grades A – C (inc. English Language and Maths at Grade B or equivalent)
  • 120 UCAS points* from your ‘top’ 3 grades, excluding General Studies under the 2017 tariff point system at A Level (300 UCAS points pre-2017) or at Higher/Advanced Higher Level for Scotland.
  • 2:2 (or on track to obtain a 2:2) undergraduate degree in any discipline.

This programme is aimed primarily at students who come from a low socioeconomic background. By low socioeconomic background we mean:

  • Attended state school or college, and
  • The occupation of your main household earner when you were aged 14 is categorised as coming from a lower socio-economic background*, or
  • Whilst at school you were eligible for free school meals (or you attended a school with ‘above regional average’ free school meals**), or
  • Your immediate family did not attend university.

*Parental occupation socio-economic classification is a national standard and the Social Mobility Work’s toolkit (found here) provides details on the categorisations.

**Free School Meals are a statutory benefit available to school-aged children from families who receive other qualifying benefits and who have been through the relevant registration process. It does not include those who receive meals at school through other means e.g. boarding school.

Our Audit Social Mobility Talent Insight Programme is open to students who are in their final year of study at university, as well as those who have graduated already. Those who join the programme and pass our Launch Pad assessment day will be made a Graduate offer to commence in Autumn 2024.

Key Skills:

Throughout the recruitment process we will be looking to learn more about your strengths.

To be successful on this programme, you will be required to demonstrate the strengths that we look for in our graduates at KPMG.

Learn more about what we look for and how to apply here.

Insight Graduate Social Mobility Talent - Audit Insight London TBC 2024

Location: London

Capability: Audit

Experience level: Insight Graduate

Employment type: Full Time


Audit is the largest of our UK practices. Put simply, audit is about examining organisations and ensuring their published accounts provide a ‘true and fair’ view of their financial position and results. The work we do makes a meaningful difference to businesses and communities. It is critical to the everyday working of society, helps build trust in the economy and supports companies as they grow. This programme is aimed primar... View full job description

Programme Overview

Capability:
Audit
Programme Length:
3 days
Qualifications:
N/A
Entry Requirements:

At KPMG, everyone brings a unique perspective, and we want to ensure that you have the best opportunity to demonstrate your potential. We want to discover your individual strengths and attributes to help us to know whether you’ll enjoy working here and how you’ll thrive. That’s why we operate an open access policy and an application process that will assess both your qualifications and your qualities.

Generally, you’ll be expected to demonstrate the following grades (*or equivalents), to show that you’re able to successfully study for professional qualifications. If you are a few grades or points short, we would still encourage you to apply, as your application will be reviewed together with your performance in our assessments. You‘ll also have the opportunity to provide additional information for us to assess your application and potential in the context of your socio-economic background and/or any extenuating circumstances, which may have a positive uplift on your academic achievements through contextual recruitment.  You can find out more here

  • 5 GCSEs* at A* – C or at 4 – 9 (inc. English Language and Maths at Grade B or 5), or for Scotland 5 National 5 qualifications at Grades A – C (inc. English Language and Maths at Grade B or equivalent)
  • 120 UCAS points* from your ‘top’ 3 grades, excluding General Studies under the 2017 tariff point system at A Level (300 UCAS points pre-2017) or at Higher/Advanced Higher Level for Scotland.
  • 2:2 (or on track to obtain a 2:2) undergraduate degree in any discipline.

This programme is aimed primarily at students who come from a low socioeconomic background. By low socioeconomic background we mean:

  • Attended state school or college, and
  • The occupation of your main household earner when you were aged 14 is categorised as coming from a lower socio-economic background*, or
  • Whilst at school you were eligible for free school meals (or you attended a school with ‘above regional average’ free school meals**), or
  • Your immediate family did not attend university.

*Parental occupation socio-economic classification is a national standard and the Social Mobility Work’s toolkit (found here) provides details on the categorisations.

**Free School Meals are a statutory benefit available to school-aged children from families who receive other qualifying benefits and who have been through the relevant registration process. It does not include those who receive meals at school through other means e.g. boarding school.

Our Audit Social Mobility Talent Insight Programme is open to students who are in their final year of study at university, as well as those who have graduated already. Those who join the programme and pass our Launch Pad assessment day will be made a Graduate offer to commence in Autumn 2024.

Key Skills:

Throughout the recruitment process we will be looking to learn more about your strengths.

To be successful on this programme, you will be required to demonstrate the strengths that we look for in our graduates at KPMG.

Learn more about what we look for and how to apply here.

Insight Graduate Social Mobility Talent - Audit Insight Leeds TBC 2024

Location: Leeds

Capability: Audit

Experience level: Insight Graduate

Employment type: Full Time


Audit is the largest of our UK practices. Put simply, audit is about examining organisations and ensuring their published accounts provide a ‘true and fair’ view of their financial position and results. The work we do makes a meaningful difference to businesses and communities. It is critical to the everyday working of society, helps build trust in the economy and supports companies as they grow. This programme is aimed primar... View full job description

Programme Overview

Capability:
Audit
Programme Length:
3 days
Qualifications:
N/A
Entry Requirements:

At KPMG, everyone brings a unique perspective, and we want to ensure that you have the best opportunity to demonstrate your potential. We want to discover your individual strengths and attributes to help us to know whether you’ll enjoy working here and how you’ll thrive. That’s why we operate an open access policy and an application process that will assess both your qualifications and your qualities.

Generally, you’ll be expected to demonstrate the following grades (*or equivalents), to show that you’re able to successfully study for professional qualifications. If you are a few grades or points short, we would still encourage you to apply, as your application will be reviewed together with your performance in our assessments. You‘ll also have the opportunity to provide additional information for us to assess your application and potential in the context of your socio-economic background and/or any extenuating circumstances, which may have a positive uplift on your academic achievements through contextual recruitment.  You can find out more here

  • 5 GCSEs* at A* – C or at 4 – 9 (inc. English Language and Maths at Grade B or 5), or for Scotland 5 National 5 qualifications at Grades A – C (inc. English Language and Maths at Grade B or equivalent)
  • 120 UCAS points* from your ‘top’ 3 grades, excluding General Studies under the 2017 tariff point system at A Level (300 UCAS points pre-2017) or at Higher/Advanced Higher Level for Scotland.
  • 2:2 (or on track to obtain a 2:2) undergraduate degree in any discipline.

This programme is aimed primarily at students who come from a low socioeconomic background. By low socioeconomic background we mean:

  • Attended state school or college, and
  • The occupation of your main household earner when you were aged 14 is categorised as coming from a lower socio-economic background*, or
  • Whilst at school you were eligible for free school meals (or you attended a school with ‘above regional average’ free school meals**), or
  • Your immediate family did not attend university.

*Parental occupation socio-economic classification is a national standard and the Social Mobility Work’s toolkit (found here) provides details on the categorisations.

**Free School Meals are a statutory benefit available to school-aged children from families who receive other qualifying benefits and who have been through the relevant registration process. It does not include those who receive meals at school through other means e.g. boarding school.

Our Audit Social Mobility Talent Insight Programme is open to students who are in their final year of study at university, as well as those who have graduated already. Those who join the programme and pass our Launch Pad assessment day will be made a Graduate offer to commence in Autumn 2024.

Key Skills:

Throughout the recruitment process we will be looking to learn more about your strengths.

To be successful on this programme, you will be required to demonstrate the strengths that we look for in our graduates at KPMG.

Learn more about what we look for and how to apply here.

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