What is Data Analytics at EY?
As part of the Advisory Analytics Team, we deliver leading edge business intelligence and analytics for our clients, to drive performance improvement across multiple services and operational functions.
Applications are open.
What will you be doing?
- Developing your data management, extraction, analysis and visualisation skills
- Working with cutting-edge technologies and visualisation techniques
- Sharing analyses and solutions with clients
Are you eligible to apply?
We're looking for students that have a passion and interest in technology and/or those that have some experience of: SQL, Python, R, VBA, SPSS or Minitab and experience with databases, data analysis/manipulation and reporting.
If you’re in your penultimate year of university, studying for an honours degree (in a STEM subject or Computer Science) that includes a one-year placement, this programme is for you.
You’ll also need a minimum of Level 2/GCSE (or equivalent) in English Language & Maths, and three A-levels, 5 Highers or equivalent.
Business skills training
You'll have access to a broad suite of learning resources to develop your consulting and technical skills including our EY Badges programme which offers structured learning leading to accreditation in a range of of subject domains including programming, data visualisation and blockchain.
£ competitive pro rata salary
How’s it structured?
Your year starts with an EY induction and then you’ll join teams, working on real client projects. By the end of the placement, you’ll have a head start in your graduate career and big ideas about how you could be leading the client projects you’ve been part of. Plus, you’ll have learned a lot from your colleagues and growing network. Best of all, if you do a great job you may be offered an Analyst role on completion of your degree.
Meet our people
A technology career
James’ career in technology all started one summer in Audit at EY. Your career path could be just as direct – or diverse.
New challenges every day
Variety is the spice of life, or work, for Rhian. Since starting at EY, she’s not only developed key IT skills, but her presenting and coaching skills, too. “I’m bringing my whole self to work,” she says.
Building a well-rounded career
Technology is the driving force behind most change in organisations, says Georgina, an EY graduate. The skills she’s learning are very relevant for the future workplace.
What about the extras?
From access to FlexEY’s benefits programme to generous pension plans – there are lots of perks to being on an industrial placement at EY.
Where do you want to be?
We currently offer the Data Analytics industrial placement in Belfast.
How to apply
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