Undergrad Placement, Schools & Programme Recruitment, Manchester 2023
🚀 Placement Program
These eleven-month placements are for students who need to complete a placement as part of their degree. You’ll work alongside experienced professionals on live and interesting projects. So you’ll get a good insight into working life at PwC.
Area of Responsibilities
Business, Operations & Strategy
- Support recruitment activity for our Flying Start programmes, setting up candidate assessment centres, ensuring events are staffed appropriately and providing outcomes from the assessment centres
- Set up vacancies and be responsible for application pipeline management for all Talent Acquisition programmes within Student Recruitment, such as our diversity programmes and Insight Weeks, with weekly updates to the team
- Act as a key point of contact for students joining these programmes, such as managing communications and joining instructions
- Supporting the exit process of candidates on these programmes, including expenses and transfers on to further programmes, as well as liaising with relevant internal teams
- Maintain various reports relating to attendees of programmes and producing analysis of this data when required
- To be the point of contact for our stakeholders to ensure all joiner data is accurate and up to date
- Support the wider Student Recruitment team, and host some of our virtual assessment days
- Supporting on the delivery of the programmes where appropriate
- Support with internal communications to the business
- Support with event logistics, such as sourcing staff and managing registrations
- Collating candidate feedback received from each programme
- Attending schools, university and virtual events to promote Talent Engagement programmes.
You'll need to have achieved or be on track to pass an undergraduate degree or above in any subject. We determine whether you're on course to pass based on the grades you achieved in your last completed year of academic study.
To be a second year undergraduate university student on a four-year degree expecting to do a work placement in your third year.