What is Forensic Technology and Discovery Services – Data Analytics at EY?
As part of Technology’s Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services (FTDS) team, we manage data analytics for investigations into price fixing, misappropriation of funds, employee misconduct, financial crime and much more.
Applications open in: London
What will you be doing?
- Handling large, complex data sets to tackle risk, regulatory and legal issues
- Working with some of the largest law, pharmaceutical, and financial services companies
- Helping us develop our in-house analytics offering
Are you eligible to apply?
You’ll need a minimum of Level 2/GCSE (or equivalent) in English Language & Maths, and three A-levels, 5 Highers or equivalent.
You'll also have an interest in Data Analytics and an honours degree (in either Computer Science, Programming, Maths, Statistics, Engineering or any Data Science related discipline) by the time the programme starts.
SQL, Data visualisation, Python and more
London only programme
How’s it structured?
Be prepared to learn a lot about data analysis as you get straight to work on projects that deal with anti-bribery and corruption, sanctions screening, corporate fraud investigation, trader surveillance, and audit and compliance analytics. As soon as you’re ready, you’ll be working directly with clients, learning how to understand their needs and working with your team to solve their complex problems.
As the programme progresses, you’ll become more familiar with handling large data sets and designing and developing solutions that use social network analysis, concept clustering, predictive analytics, text mining, data visualisation and more. You’ll have access to loads of support, and training and development opportunities. You may even take part in our annual development and skills conference, or could be offered the chance to travel abroad for an international project. By the end of the programme, you’ll likely have developed the skills and knowledge to receive a promotion and continue building a great career.
Where could a technology career take you?
James’ career in technology all started one summer in Audit at EY. Your career path could be just as direct – or diverse.
Meet some of our graduates
New challenges every day – Rhian
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 – Georgina
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?
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?
Applications open in: London
How to apply
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