What is Technology Consulting at EY?
Our job is to understand what technological challenges our clients are facing, and then find the best solutions to help them improve how they work. Our teams specialise in a range of skills from those with existing programming expertise to those from an unrelated background but the desire to learn. It’s about being tech-savvy and great with people.
Applications are closed.
What will you be doing?
- Working across a range of industries to address technology challenges for our clients
- Building your knowledge of data analytics, robotics and emerging technologies like blockchain
- Using your tech knowledge and business experience to recommend the best solutions for our clients
- Helping our clients to put in place organisation-wide transformation programme changes
- You’ll also be expected to be flexible and spend large proportions of your time away from your office.
What type of work will I be doing?
Are you eligible to apply?
You’ll need a minimum of Level 2/GCSE (or equivalent) in English Language & Maths, three A-levels, 5 Highers or equivalent, and an honours degree (in any subject) by the time the programme starts.
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.
CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting. You'll also 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 subject domains including programming, data visualisation and blockchain.
Dependent on location, salaries start from £27,600 per year
How’s it structured?
After an EY induction, you’ll join your team in either Financial Services (FS) or UK & Ireland (UK&I) and jump straight into work on real client projects.
In FS, the programme lasts two years and will provide you with a variety of experiences and learning opportunities to support your development. We'll help you develop the skills to decipher how each client problem is different and to find innovative and sound ways of solving them. During the programme you'll get exposure to a range of sectors across Financial Services including Wealth & Asset Management, Banking & Capital Markets and Insurance. You'll even get the opportunity to apply for a six-month secondment, gaining valuable insight into another area of our business.
in UK&I, the sky’s the limit. From working as part of a bid team to redesigning processes and procedures or advising clients on the development and implementation of technology solutions, you’ll develop a huge mix of business and people skills.
Whichever business area you join, you’ll have the opportunity to study for a CIMA qualification in Business Accounting in your first year and throughout the programme you'll have access to training and development resources as well as support from colleagues within your team. Since no two projects will be the same, we’ll coach and mentor you in a way that will prepare you for anything.
Do a great job, and you could be promoted to Senior Consultant by the end of the programme.
Where could a tech consulting career take you?
From a mechanical engineering degree to Director within our Consulting service line. Find out how Juliet did it, and how a career can fit into your life at EY, not the other way around.
Meet some of our graduates
Working in Technology Consulting - Toby
Toby says the best thing about his role is the variety in his work, every day is different.
From graduate to technology expert - Alia
By the sounds of Alia’s experience, you won’t feel like a new recruit for long. She’s already using her knowledge to support and help others to grow.
What about the extras?
Discounted gym memberships, interest-free loans, generous pension plans – there are lots of perks to being a grad at EY.
Where do you want to be?
We offer the Technology Consulting graduate programme several cities around the UK.
Applications are closed.
How to apply
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