Build a career in Consulting and you’ll be helping clients across a range of industries to improve performance and solve complex business problems. It’s a fast-moving, high-growth area that reflects the challenges and uncertainty of today’s world.
Megan explains what her day to day life is like as an EY Business Apprentice in ITRA.
WHAT AREAS OF CONSULTING CAN I WORK IN?
You have the opportunity to work within IT Risk & Assurance. Scroll through our video above to see how one of our current UKI apprentices describes their role within Consulting.
Combining a wealth of consulting capabilities from strategy, customer, finance, IT, supply chain, people and organisational change to programme and risk management – with a complete understanding of a client’s most complex issues and opportunities, such as digital, analytics and cybersecurity, means our people have the expertise, relationships and connections to offer exceptional advice to improve business performance, increase profitably, manage risk, reduce costs and transform organisations and their success.
Join our Financial Services Risk Management business, and you can be part of teams that work with high street retail banks, commercial banks, insurers and asset managers to address the problems they may have in relation to the sale and management of the products and services they offer their customers. Our Remediation team work closely with our clients to understand what is happening now, and what the best course of action is to fix the problem. This can range from short projects where we provide advice and help identify the problem to large scale projects where we act on our client’s behalf including checking their customer data, reviewing the sales they carried out and making contact with customers.
You may work within cyber or digital, playing an integral role within ITRA engagements, working directly with clients.
Skills & Attributes
You'll need to organised, have an eye for detail and an excellent relationship builder.
If you're based in England you will complete the CFAB qualification leading to a full qualification through ICAEW. In Scotland, you will complete your professional qualification through ICAS.