What is IT Risk and Assurance?
Today’s organisations rely so heavily on IT and data that even the smallest mistake or security breach can ruin their reputation or business performance. We help them spot and reduce the risks of this happening.
Applications to our 2019 programmes are now closed. Register your interest for our 2020 opportunities now.
What will you be doing?
- Understanding our clients’ businesses and testing their IT processes within a UK & Ireland or Financial Services team
- Assessing complex projects to spot risks and make recommendations
- Analysing data, communicating with clients and presenting your work
Are you eligible to apply?
If you have an honours degree (in any subject) by the time the programme starts, this is for you.
Up to 3.5-year
with Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI) or Chartered Institute of Management Accounting (CIMA)
Dependent on location, salaries start from £18,500 per year
How's it structured?
After an EY induction, you’ll join your team in either UK & Ireland or Financial Services and start working on real client projects. While you’re getting to know more about them and their business needs, you’ll start learning about the technology we use to test controls and analyse data.
You’ll also start studying for professional qualifications with CAI or CIMA. It’s a lot of learning but you’ll have plenty of support from your team, mentors and a career coach too. Before you know it, you’ll achieve your qualifications, be creating reports and presenting your findings to clients and by the end of the programme, be ready to lead your own teams and projects.
Where could an assurance career take you?
Working in assurance at EY, you’ll get to work in different sectors, visit other countries and open doors for your future career.
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 IT Risk and Assurance graduate programme in Belfast.
How to apply
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