Summer intern (Former Employee) – Dublin – 12 September 2019
-Good structure to summer internship with friday programme, social events etc, -Great way to get exposure in the workplace and see if your role is what you would like to do in the future -Great way to meet new people/ friends and a good opportunity to network.
Cyber Security and Data Privacy Specialist (Current Employee) – Dublin – 21 August 2019
Pros: - Fast paced environment so you learn a lot on the job. - Get to experience a range of different client environments. - Constantly on new clients keeping the work interesting - The culture of the company. - Social events are amazing, great way to make real friends.
Cons: - Learning and development for graduates is poor. - Can be placed on jobs outside of the area you were hired for extended periods of time - They don't seem to invest in individuals careers
TAX AND LEGAL ANALYST, PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS (Former Employee) – Cork – 9 April 2018
An exciting and career driven place to work if you have a clear outline of the industry you wish to work in. career progression is clearly outlined and senior management are never too far away to provide advice. study leave is a major bonus for those wishing to pursue a chartered accounting profession.
friendly atmosphere, modern workplace
progression dependent on exams and not workplace proficiency
Intern (Former Employee) – Cork – 1 September 2017
One of the best employers out there. People make the place. Amazing team and a great learning experience. The work - life balance is spot on. Even if you have to work sometimes over time all the extra hours can be transferred as free days. If the salary will be a little more competitive I would not find any fault with this company.
Administration Assistant (Former Employee) – Dublin – 7 April 2017
At PwC i was constantly busy, always working and had something to do. I learned how to use excel word and power-point. The hardest part of the job would of been the very early mornings and long hours. The most enjoyable part of the job would of been learning new ways to use many databases i didn't know existed
Data Services Intern (Former Employee) – ireland – 23 August 2016
Data Services Intern PwC Dublin Data Services Testing of financial data to identify fraudulent transactions and auditing of IT General Controls. (I was offered a permanent contract after this placement)
Analyst Consultancy (Former Employee) – Cork, C – 13 October 2015
I worked there as a Summer intern for 2 months. In that short space of time I learned a lot about the values and work ethic PWC has to offer. Everyone was extremly friendlt and willing to help me learn and making me feel like I was not a burden on their day.
Tax Specialist Human Resource Services (HRS) (Former Employee) – Dublin, D – 30 March 2015
Providing income tax services to domestic/international corporate and private clients as part of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Global Human Resource Services (GHRS) network. Gained experience in team work, working to deadlines, managing client’s tax affairs/expectations, risk management. Completed numerous professional and business development courses at PwC.
Auditing clients, bank and cash, Property Plant and Equipment, Salaries, VAT & PAYE and operating expenses. Included traveling to Limerick, Galway, Sligo and other parts of the country to audit clients in the mid west region.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Cork, C – 26 May 2014
I enjoyed working for PwC. I was trained in as a receptionist, I worked Monday to Friday nine to five. A typical day included answering and forwarding calls. Keeping an up to date record of staff whereabouts and upcoming meetings. Getting mail couriered and booking boardrooms for meetings. My managers were friendly and approachable but I found working in a quiet office environment to be quite boring and mundane.