Alex Chan

“EY offers a wide range of opportunities for its people, including social events to meet new people. EY show they care about employee welfare too with a lot of networks available - whether it is to do with your personal life or working life – as well as volunteering opportunities.”

Alex joined EY in January 2016. She graduated from Northumbria University with a degree in Computer Forensics.

Alex on…why she joined EY

“To further and progress my knowledge at one of the top companies. Learning from a wealth of experienced professionals. With plenty of opportunity for progression as well as development, while gaining professional qualifications to assist in furthering my career.”

Alex on…what she enjoys about Managed Services

“Working in Managed Services allows me to work alongside a wide array of clients on a range of different projects. This allows me to gain experience in many areas of cyber security and broaden my skills.”

Alex on…working in Newcastle

“Newcastle is vibrant city with a diverse culture, a wealth of experiences on offer as well as working for one of the largest companies, Newcastle has something for everyone.”

Alex on…career development

“I have had a lot of internal training to help me expand my general knowledge e.g. being one of the creators of the Cyber Security SharePoint page also gaining a wider understanding of EY. I have also been given the opportunity to work towards achieving an CISMP (Certificate in Information Security Management Principles) within the Cyber Security team.”

Alex on…the working environment

“Open, friendly and inviting, hardworking and professional while maintaining an enjoyable and fair atmosphere as well as being very client focused.”

Alex on…what makes EY different

“EY offers greater opportunities in terms of development and training as well as a great opportunity to take responsibility for your own work and career from an early stage.”