KPMG outlines their four stage process and provides an overview of each stage and some considerations that will help improve your chances of success.
KPMG outlines their four stage process and provides an overview of each stage.
We offer internships and full-time program positions to adiverse mix of individuals. You could be one of them. KPMGhas a four stage selection process. Here is an overview ofeach stage and some considerations that will help improveyour chances of success.
1. Application phase
An exciting KPMG career starts with submitting your:
Be sure to do your research, and check your application forany typos. After gathering all your required information, you’llbe emailed confirmation details on your submission. If you do not receive this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Video interview – After all documents have been received and reviewed, you will be contacted to arrange an in person or video interview should you be overseas.
3. Final stage – The final stage of our recruitment process involves you coming into our office for an information session and/or a face-to-face first interview. You'll have the opportunity to tell us about yourself in a friendly and relaxed environment. You'll also hear from our recent graduates, find out more about the benefits of working at KPMG and have the opportunity to ask any questions you have about our process and programs.
4. Our offer - If you're successful at the final stage of our process, you'll be contacted by our KPMG Human Resource department and a written offer of employment will be forwarded to you. If you have any questions about our offer,or about working at KPMG, then we encourage you to talk to our HR/Graduate Programme – Senior Manager Wanda Armstrong.
To apply for any of the student and graduate opportunities at KPMG, you can send your CV along with a cover letter (explaining why you would like to be considered by KPMG, your preferred field of interest and your requested time period) to Wanda Armstrong (Senior Manager- HR/Graduate Program).