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Our application and selection process is a joint effort between you and us – we’ll give you all the information we can possibly give to enable you to make an informed choice and we expect you to do the same. Our online search tool makes it easy to search for vacancies within whichever part of Deloitte is most appealing – there’s an overview of each role, its location and the position it holds within the firm.
Applying this way is the best option as your electronic application will get straight under the nose of the specific recruitment team dealing with that vacancy. All you have to do is answer a few questions, add a covering letter and attach your CV – job done!
Our selection process has a number of stages to give you the chance to learn about us, as well as helping us learn about you. You will have an opportunity to ask questions throughout the process.
The breadth of opportunities at Deloitte means there are a number of different methods we use to make sure the process is fair and thorough. Your recruitment contact will describe the exact process for the role you have applied for.
Once you submit your application online the following will happen:
Your online application will be submitted direct to the correct recruitment team member. They will assess your experience to see how well it matches the job description. The job description on the website tells you what we are looking for. The more information you provide to demonstrate a good match the better.
The more senior the role you are applying for the more interviews you can expect to attend. Our interviews are conducted by a trained interviewer. This will be a recruiter or manager depending on the role. This is also your opportunity to ask any questions that matter to you.
For some roles we may require you to complete either psychometric or skills based tests. Or we may ask you to consider a case study and give us your views on how you would tackle a client’s business problems.
The final stage will be a more in depth discussion of your experience. You may also be asked to make a presentation or take part in a group discussion. This will be with key people and often the lead partner from the team you will work for if you are successful.