Recruiting process for students

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Recruiting process: students

A step-by-step guide to recruitment at Deloitte

From networking on campus, to your first day as a member of our team, we'll tell you what you can expect once you've decided to consider Deloitte.

Process overview

Meet us!

Not sure where to find us? Check out our campus map or ask your career center when Deloitte will be on campus. We encourage you to attend our events, meet our people, and gain an understanding of what it’s like to work at Deloitte. You can also learn more about our people and their career paths by checking out Deloitte Career Journeys.

 

Job search

Search for open positions via our website and your career center. Networking with our professionals can help you better understand whether a certain position could be a good fit for your skillset and professional interests.

 

Apply

Submit an application. Make note of your campus recruiting policies – some schools may require you to submit an application via your career center in addition to our website. Learn more about what to expect when completing your application.

 

Resume review

Once your application has been submitted, your resume and qualifications will be reviewed to determine whether you will be selected for an interview. Review our tips for getting your resume read before applying to stand out during the initial screen stage! 

 

Interview

If selected for an interview, you will be notified to sign up for an interview slot via your campus career center or by a member of our recruiting team. First round interviews usually take place on your campus and typically include one or two interviews with a focus on behavioral interview questions. If you advance through the process, second round interviews may take place on campus or in a Deloitte office. The format of interviews will vary depending on the position for which you are being considered but may include additional behavioral and/or case interviews. Need some interview preparation tips? We can help you with that! Want to practice a case interview? View our prep tool!


Offer

You will be notified of your status as quickly as possible. If you are receiving an offer, you will likely have it in writing within one week of interviewing. We encourage you to closely review your offer, ask questions of our recruiting team and professionals you met throughout the process, and learn more about your offer, our offices, and life at Deloitte. This is a great time to take advantage of the relationships you formed during your on-campus networking! We understand that you may have offers from other organizations, and it’s important that you take the time to evaluate your options to make the best choice for you. One of our Talent Scouts has provided some advice to consider when making that decision.


Stay in touch

If you choose to accept your offer, you’ll receive ongoing communications from the Deloitte team leading up to your start date. In the meantime, read up on transitioning from college to your first internship or job, or standing out at a leadership conference.

 

Interested in reading more recruiting tips? Click here.

 

Recruitment process

Meet us!

Not sure where to find us? Check out our campus map or ask your career center when Deloitte will be on campus. We encourage you to attend our events, meet our people, and gain an understanding of what it’s like to work at Deloitte. You can also learn more about our people and their career paths by checking out Deloitte career journeys.


Job search

Search for open positions via our website and your career center. Networking with our professionals can help you better understand whether a certain position could be a good fit for your skillset and professional interests.


Apply

Submit an application. Make note of your campus recruiting policies – some schools may require you to submit an application via your career center in addition to our website. Learn more about what to expect when completing your application.


Resume review

Once your application has been submitted, your resume and qualifications will be reviewed to determine whether you will be selected for an interview. Review our tips for getting your resume read before applying to stand out during the initial screen stage!


Interview
 

If selected for an interview, you will be notified to sign up for an interview slot via your campus career center or by a member of our recruiting team. First round interviews usually take place on your campus and typically include one or two interviews with a focus on behavioral interview questions. If you advance through the process, second round interviews may take place on campus or in a Deloitte office. The format of interviews will vary depending on the position for which you are being considered but may include additional behavioral and/or case interviews. Need some interview preparation tips? We can help you with that! Want to complete a practice case? Check out our prep tool.


Offer

You will be notified of your status as quickly as possible. If you are receiving an offer, you will likely have it in writing within one week of interviewing. We encourage you to closely review your offer, ask questions of our recruiting team and professionals you met throughout the process, and learn more about your offer, our offices, and life at Deloitte. This is a great time to take advantage of the relationships you formed during your on-campus networking! We understand that you may have offers from other organizations, and it’s important that you take the time to evaluate your options to make the best choice for you. One of our Talent Scouts has provided some advice to consider when making that decision.


Stay in touch

If you choose to accept your offer, you’ll receive ongoing communications from the Deloitte team leading up to your start date. In the meantime, read up on transitioning from college to your first internship or job, or standing out at a leadership conference.

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A walk through the candidate journey at Deloitte

Interested in a career at Deloitte? Here's what you can expect during the recruiting process.

Recruiting process

Meet us!

Not sure where to find us? Check out our campus map or ask your career center when Deloitte will be on campus. We encourage you to attend our events, meet our people, and gain an understanding of what it’s like to work at Deloitte. You can also learn more about our people and their career paths by checking out Deloitte career journeys.


Job search

Search for open positions via our website and your career center. Networking with our professionals can help you better understand whether a certain position could be a good fit for your skillset and professional interests.


Apply

Submit an application. Make note of your campus recruiting policies – some schools may require you to submit an application via your career center in addition to our website. Learn more about what to expect when completing your application.


Resume review

Once your application has been submitted, your resume and qualifications will be reviewed to determine whether you will be selected for an interview. Review our tips for getting your resume read before applying to stand out during the initial screen stage!


Interview
 

If selected for an interview, you will be notified to sign up for an interview slot via your campus career center or by a member of our recruiting team. First round interviews usually take place on your campus and typically include one or two interviews with a focus on behavioral interview questions. If you advance through the process, second round interviews may take place on campus or in a Deloitte office. The format of interviews will vary depending on the position for which you are being considered but may include additional behavioral and/or case interviews. Need some interview preparation tips? We can help you with that! Want to complete a practice case? Check out our prep tool.


Offer

You will be notified of your status as quickly as possible. If you are receiving an offer, you will likely have it in writing within one week of interviewing. We encourage you to closely review your offer, ask questions of our recruiting team and professionals you met throughout the process, and learn more about your offer, our offices, and life at Deloitte. This is a great time to take advantage of the relationships you formed during your on-campus networking! We understand that you may have offers from other organizations, and it’s important that you take the time to evaluate your options to make the best choice for you. One of our Talent Scouts has provided some advice to consider when making that decision.


Stay in touch

If you choose to accept your offer, you’ll receive ongoing communications from the Deloitte team leading up to your start date. In the meantime, read up on transitioning from college to your first internship or job, or standing out at a leadership conference.

View our recruitment FAQs for more information about finding a job at Deloitte. 

Completing your profile

Before submitting your job-specific profile, you will need:

  • Resume:
    You will be asked to cut and paste an electronic copy of your resume into the online system. When you do this, it will be reformatted to a plain text document. The less formatting that you have in your resume the better it will appear within our system. We understand that this makes resumes look less attractive and will take this into account when reviewing your submission. You will also have the ability to attach your resume to your job-specific profile. We recommend that you submit your resume to us in both ways.
  • Transcript (for campus hires only):
    You will be asked to transcribe details from your transcript (i.e. grades in relevant courses). Please ensure that you have this with you before beginning your profile submission.
  • Location preference:
    Within the submission process you will be asked for your location preference. This information will be consistent on all of your profile submissions. If you express an interest in position(s) in more than one location, the last choice you make for First and Second Location Preference will be the only one that remains visible in all of your job-specific profiles. This is very important to remember. Please submit to only those positions of interest to you and where you see a fit with your skills and the qualifications for the position. In most cases, you will not be interviewed by multiple functions or multiple offices.

 

How to submit your job-specific candidate profile online:

  • Visit our Career Opportunities for the United States. You will be allowed to perform a specific search in order to see a list of opportunities that match your requirements and submit your job-specific candidate profile on-line. Your first profile submission will take approximately 30 minutes.
  • When you first login, you will be asked to create a user ID (your email address will become your unique identity in our system) and password. This will allow for the creation of a file that will be available only to you for subsequent profile submissions or changes, making the process much faster. Please do not create multiple accounts using different email addresses in our system.
  • The system will allow you to save every page when you move forward using the save and continue button. (Please note that if you use the Exit button, the information on that page will not be saved).
  • You can go into the system and edit your submission prior to the deadline date, as long as the position is still posted.
  • Once you have completed the submission process, you can e-mail yourself a copy using the "Send me my submissions by e-mail" link. This link appears on the final "Thank You" page of the submission. This will allow you to review the submission and return to the system to revise it if necessary.
  • Submissions received through the system will be automatically acknowledged. Your submission will be reviewed by the recruiting professionals and hiring managers in the offices where you submitted your interest. It will not be reviewed until after the submission deadline.
  • You will be contacted either by a Deloitte professional or your placement office regarding next steps and scheduling your campus interview should you be selected.

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