PricewaterhouseCoopers Channel Islands Welcomes Recruits for Class of 2009
PricewaterhouseCoopers has welcomed a host of new faces to its offices in Jersey and Guernsey.
The 26 new recruits are commencing a three year training programme to attain professional accounting qualifications. The firm continues to recruit strong home-grown local talent, giving opportunities to both school leavers who excelled at A-Level grade and local graduates with strong degrees. It also welcomes high quality graduates from countries including Austria, Australia and Thailand as well as the UK, further enhancing the diversity of the firm.
PwC, whose recruitment strategy places a strong focus on the value of cultural and academic diversity within its business, is nationally recognised for its recruitment approach and has been voted the number one UK graduate employer in the ‘Times Top 100 Employers’ for the past consecutive six years.
Eleven new members of staff in Guernsey are joining the Assurance business. They are
Nicole McGettigan, Joe Mauger, Joy DaiPriab, Laura Embrey, Ciaran Flanagan, David Walsh, Tom Hobbs, Warren Crane, Stuart Jones, Daryl Pilcher and James Gale. Carla McHardy joins the Guernsey tax team.
In Jersey, thirteen new recruits are joining the Assurance business. They are Rabea Abdulaziz, Adam Harvie-Clark, Michael Byrne, Stephanie Donoghue, Chloe Bisson, Tobias Cook, James Walker, Rebecca Wilson, Kirsty Le Marquand, John Mehigan, Douglas Ross, Silke Wood and Jeremy Carter. In addition, Will Dupre joins the Tax team in Jersey.
The recruits have all recently completed a Channel Islands specific version of PwC’s Graduate Recruitment Induction Programme, which introduced them to the firm’s approach to business and provided training in specialist methodology and IT systems. They have now commenced their programme of on the job training and study for external professional qualifications.
Steve Le Page, Senior Partner at PwC Channel Islands, welcomed the new recruits:
‘PricewaterhouseCoopers in the Channel Islands is confident about the local economy and is continuing to invest in talent in order to be able to meet the future demands of clients. I am delighted this year to welcome a strong, diverse group of individuals to the teams in Guernsey and Jersey and am pleased that they have chosen to develop their careers with PwC. With their collective skills and knowledge, they will undoubtedly help enhance our performance as a business over the coming years.’
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