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Recruitment & Selection Process

Every year, we organize Graduate Recruitment in Legal, Audit and Tax, to give students and graduates the chance to join our team and start their career.

The recruitment season starts in October and continues through the academic year, with the selection process usually being conducted in March-May.

Successful recruits will start work with Deloitte in the summer, at a mutually convenient time after graduation.

There might be opened other jobs, programs and internships for students and graduates during the year, and these will be punctually announced on Job Search sections.

Selection process at Deloitte usually consists of a few stages:

  1. Submitting your job-specific profile
    All you have to do is to visit our Career opportunities website, select your open positions from the list and create a user ID and password and also provide a complete application form, including a cover letter and CV.
  2. Initial screen
    Your application will be reviewed by the HR professionals and if it matches the criteria for those positions, you will be contacted as soon as possible.
  3. Assessments
    Depending on the position you are applying for, you may be asked to complete relevant language and/or technical tests. It may include online tests and an assessment center with exercises as analyses and business cases presentations, group discussions and other tests.
  4. Interviews

After passing all these tests, you will be invited for an interview or more interviews in our office.

Depending on the position you are applying for, you will be meeting some or all of the following:

  • Human Resources professionals
  • Professionals from the business service lines you are applying to.

Click here to find about our current opportunities for graduates in Romania.

Tips Interview

  1. Make your resume attractive and realistic
    Your resume must be clear, concise and organised. Pay particular attention to formatting while respect ng your presentation logic. Indicate your experience in short sentences presenting a summary of your work and achievements.

    You will have the opportunity to detail your experience further during the interview.
    Last but not least, ask someone to read your resume to check the spelling.
  2. Do your homework
    We are impressed when candidates have taken the time to do some research and learn about us. Since you are here on this site, you obviously find value in this too. Take a look around and learn as much as you can. Being prepared will also reduce your anxiety.
  3. Make an impact
    Dress for the occasion. The rule is, when in doubt, overdress. Recent trends have dictated business-casual attire, but it is still appropriate to wear a business suit. If you mean business, show us. And remember, it is not always what you say, but how you present yourself that makes an impression. Be sure to shake hands firmly and maintain eye contact. During the interview, sit up and stay focused. If your mind starts to wander, it shows.
  4. Be confident
    Composure in the business world is crucial. And an interview is a good measure of how you handle pressure. You do not want to appear too nervous. At the same time, avoid being too relaxed. Maintain an appropriate level of professionalism without being unapproachable. The best advice is to be yourself.
  5. Ask questions
    When you want to learn more about who we are and what we do, it lets us know you are interested. Make sure your questions are relevant and help you find out more than you found about us on our website.
  6. Sell yourself
    Your qualifications got you in the door. Make sure you can speak confidently about any experience you have had in the workplace and in the classroom. Specific examples of how you have contributed to an organisation or learned something exciting are of interest to us. We see potential in you, so be sure to sell yourself by promoting your skills and abilities.
  7. Get clarifications
    If you do not understand a question, do not hesitate, ask us to repeat it. You have a better shot at giving your best answer if you know exactly what we are asking.
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