PwC Romania has kickstarted the recruitment campaign for junior consultants and interns for the audit and tax consulting departments. At the completion of the process, which takes place between March and May 2017, at least 120 fresh graduates and MA students will be hired in the firm.
“At PwC we offer our employees exceptional career opportunities and possibilities for continuous personal development, not just mere jobs. We are well aware that our people are the most precious asset of the firm and we invest heavily in their development. The recruitment concept of PwC has always been based on selecting the best candidates, no matter their previous experience or their academic background, in order to mold them into the culture of innovation and work excellence that are specific to our firm. Accordingly to the mission we assumed globally, we are offering our employees the possibility to contribute to solving important problems for the Romanian economy and society in general, as well as the opportunity to be involved in international teams and projects”, stated Ionut Simion, Country Managing Partner, PwC Romania.
“We will continue to use this year as well selection and recruitment methods as inovative as possible, interactive and tailored for the young generations that we target. We understand that, during this promotion, selection and recruitment process we need to adapt and to answer to the ever changing expectations of our future colleagues. We want to transmit to our future colleagues that at PwC they will find a work environment where they can feel comfortable, integrated and stimulated to manifest their creativity, their entrepreneurial spirit and to bring value to themselves and to PwC. We will give our candidates the possibility to interact with their more experienced colleagues within PwC, to get to know them, to understand their motivation and their values – so that the career choices they will make will be thoroughly motivated, both with the mind and the soul. We belive it is very important that at the beginning of their career each individual to make the proper choice, where his or her values to be in accordance with those of their teams; where experience and personal contribution to matter as well as diversity and flexibility (understood in all its forms) to be part of the ways things happen daily”, said Ramona Simulescu, PwC HR Leader South-Eastern Europe.
The recruitment campaign of PwC will take place in a gamified manner, based on play, interactions, and challenges. Also, new technologies will be used in order to facilitate the recruitment process, through interviews and virtual tests, including the use of mobile platforms.
“I am positive that in the autumn of this year, we will see a talented, competent and inovative team of PwC young consultants, capable of matching the excellence standards of PwC”, added Ramona Simulescu.
More details about the job openings at PwC could be found by accessing the following web page: www.pwc.com/jobs