ChangeMaker – where people grow
Deloitte ChangeMaker is...
Characterised by a unique culture
We are deeply specialised auditors who make solutions for clients all over the world – in many different industries and of numerous sizes - from innovative start-ups to big international corporations. Playing a vital role in maintaining investor confidence in capital markets, we consistently deliver high-quality audits.
At Deloitte, we aspire to build the auditor of the future – one who sees business objectively, yet venture to challenge status quo to deliver valuable, actionable insights.
None of us is as good as all of us
As Audit Graduatee, you wil joind a diverse workforce of passionate, caring people who are curious by nature, striving to evolve..
Our culture is defined by professionalism, unity, and engagement, having ambitions for each other as individuals and as a team. We aim to ensure that all our people feel comfortable bringing their whole selves to work, and as a result, create a workplace that encourages authenticity and diversity of though.
We embrace challenges and opportunities to develop and build new competences, and we have a lot of fun – both by exploring new ways of thinking and together after work. Being part of Audit & Assurance not only gives you a unique environment to create an exciting career – it is also a place to build relations for life!
What defines an Audit Graduate? The answer is an explorer of opportunities.
For the curious purpose seekers
We seek you who dare to think differently; characterised by learning agility, curiosity, change ability, stamina, economic flair, trusted advisor capabilities and a desire to make a difference.
Deloitte ChangeMaker applies to both recent graduates with a master in CMA and high school graduates with a mathematical background. We want to assemble a diverse team of young minds, with different interests and potentials. Young minds, who are ready to learn and develop, and thereby develop us.
It's your future. How far will you take it?
Deloitte is looking for audit graduates for our ChangeMaker Programme all over the country. Maybe it’s you?
It's your future. How far will you take it ...
Open for new graduates
Our audit graduate programme, called the ChangeMaker Programme, is tailored for you to develop your professional, business, personal and management skills. We offer career opportunities allowing you to unfold your full potential – to grow, to be challenged and empowered in an international environment.
As an audit graduate, you will, in addition to attending our ChangeMaker Programme, gain hands-on experience in all of the many disciplines of auditing, including client contact and client relationships.
Your daily work will consist of a combination of highly engaging learning & development opportunities, close contact with clients and support from an excellent network of highly skilled people.
Your professional and personal development will be in focus, which is why you will be granted a coach to help you turn challenges into skills, and achieve your career goals.
Your learning curve will be steep, and you need to be motivated to learn and accumulate new knowledge. We will offer you the opportunity to let your professional passion and interest plot the course for your development and career.
Are you one of our new graduates?
Send us your application in either Danish or English by using the link belows.
You will get the opportunity to demonstrate your skills in areas where you are already talented. You will get a chance to show us your passion and personality as well as your motivation.
Characterised by an application process, where you can demonstrate your skills
During the application process, you will meet potential future colleagues – a dedicated team who will answer your questions, inform and challenge you, so that your choice to start a career in Deloitte is grounded on the best foundation. In a combination of interviews, case sovling or assestment you will have the chance to demonstrate your motivation for becoming one of our new audit graduates.
Nice to know:
- 1. We regularly screen applications, so we recommend you to send your application the sooner the better.
- 2. Candidates are invited to the assessment days or second interview based on a first personal interview with us.
- 3. The assessment days will take place from mid-September until the end of December 2019, in both Copenhagen and in selected cities in Jutland. From 2020 the interviews will be held on an individual basis.
- 4. The day after the assessment day or the second interview, we will contact you and inform you of our hiring decision. If you are offered a graduate position and you accept, you will get the contract within a week.
- 5. If we decide to sign a contract with you, you will start in August 2020.
What do our people say?
Five questions to Ismaeel Rasul
What is it like being a coach?
In my second year, I became a coach, which was an interesting challenge that suited me well. To help others and share my experiences motivates me a lot. However, it also gave me a new kind of reasonability.
Being able to connect, create trust and follow a person’s development was both exciting and challenging. It was necessary for me to reflect on both personal and professional qualities, and learn to understand motivation drivers and reaction patterns to become a good mentor. It has taught me a great deal – also about myself.
What has been the greatest landmark in your career?
It was when I was promoted to senior, a year before the standard time, which I am very proud of. My motivation was my daily development. Every day I could take my performance to the next level because of the trust my manager showed me. He knew I wanted to perform. Then he let me, because he knew I could. There is an enormous amount of highly skilled people in Deloitte, so the promotion made me feel that I had really done something right.
However, I also put a lot of time and effort into my job. It is my first priority. It does not mean that my friends and family are not important, and that there is no time for fun. It means that I need to be open about my workload, prioritise and adapt from being professional to being young with my friends. Luckily, our flexible culture makes it easier to balance work and private life, so I can be ambitious and young at the same time.
How will you describe the culture in Corporate Audit?
Unformal and ambitious. The open office environment creates the unformal atmosphere, which makes it easy to share knowledge and help each other. A joke flies through the office from time to time, and that is important as well.
Moreover, we have a unique unity both in and out of the office. I have made some very good friends.
I would describe us as knowledge seekers, caring and helpful. No matter what kind of issue I have, I can find the answer among my colleagues. We look out for each other; if I arrive exhausted at the office on a Sunday in our busy period, I always get a caring question about how I am.
When do you feel you make most impact?
When I feel the trust from a client who asks for our opinion before making a decision. That kind of recognition makes me feel that I make a difference.
At the office, I like to help and be available to my colleagues. It is very important for me to be the same safety net for my colleagues as they are to me, because that is how we perform at our best and make the best solutions.
What was your dream when you started at Deloitte?
My dream was to become an authorised accountant and maybe in the long term become a CFO for a big corporation someday. Right now, my short-term team dream is to work for Deloitte in London, because I think it is a great city with a good opportunity to build new insight.
Nikolaj Thomsen's letter to a young talent
Dear young mind,
You are at the beginning of your career. Maybe you have already started your first job. Maybe you are searching for the right opportunity to match your dreams and ambitions. You might be nervous, eager to bring value and excited to learn and develop.
I have almost been in Deloitte my whole career, and I have always had an amazing time. The culture is a part of my DNA, and it is like a unique spirit running through my veins. I might sound peculiar to you, that one firm can be that interesting. However, it is because of the inspiring people and the numerous opportunities to develop yourself. Deloitte has taught me a lot. However, I do not have all the answers, but I have some learnings to share that I hope will bring value to you.
First, before entering on a journey in a place like Deloitte, I think it is important to align your expectations both at work and at home with your loved ones. In my experience, it is essential to be in alignment with your surroundings. That way you minimise the risk of disappointing yourself, your manager or your family.
Moreover, I always say that it is better to have 80% tasks you can fulfil 120%, rather than the opposite. Remember to say “yes” to the tasks you can engage yourself in fully, and that “no” is also a kind answer. It takes substantial dedication, availability, self-awareness and presence towards both clients and colleagues to play well, both as a team and as an individual.
Likewise, it is essential to connect with your colleagues. That is how you will get to know Deloitte as a whole. Exactly that shared knowledge is what makes us unique.
Lastly, you must dare to dream. Deloitte is a forest filled with new paths and opportunities waiting for you to discover, giving you the chance to dive deep into your own potential and thrive.
Nikolaj Thomsen – Partner, Audit & Assurance
Tackling the ups and downs of private equity
Mette Bredal enjoys advising her clients. She feels like she is developing and growing with them.
You specialise in private equity and insurance. Why?
It was actually not a specific career choice from the beginning. In fact, early on in my career I took on a mixed portfolio spanning all the way from production companies to financial institutions. However, I quickly realised that private equity and insurance are the two areas I am most passionate about. From an auditing perspective, they are both challenging and exciting.
What is so special about auditing a private equity fund?
Primarily the valuation of their investments. As independent auditors we have to make absolutely sure that their valuations are realistic. To do this, we need to check the valuation model and also identify significant risks in the portfolio. This can be quite a complex process. Typically, my colleagues and I will have to challenge top management on some of their valuations before we can finally put our stamp on the audit report.
What would you say has been the highlight of your career so far?
I would probably say the very steep learning curve that I have had. Also the intricate legal structures of some of the private equity funds definitely add another level of complexity to the audit. I like that challenge, and I also like being part of an industry that is constantly evolving. I really enjoy being a trusted advisor to my clients. I feel like we are developing and growing together.
You are also coaching some of your younger colleagues here at Deloitte. Why is that?
The success of our firm essentially depends on the success of our people, which is why I think it is so important to help my younger colleagues achieve their career goals. Coaching is something I love to do. It also makes a good counterbalance to the days when I am just buried in huge spreadsheets or complex legislation. I like that I can change between the two.
It sounds like you are very ambitious about your career. How do you cope with work-life balance?
I just started my studies to become a state authorised public accountant, which in itself requires a lot of time and effort. On the other hand, I am so happy that Deloitte has become vocal about working more or less as you go through different life phases. It is still a journey for our firm, but I know that our top management team are fully committed to ensuring that you can prioritise the elements that are important in your life. That is definitely what I plan to do.