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In order for you to develop your career with us, you need to understand our business - as much of it as possible. We’re committed to help you build breadth as well as depth of knowledge through the following, which together will help you acquire a portfolio of valuable, transferable skills.
Gaining a good balance of business, personal and technical skills is important to your development. We’ll provide structured learning programmes and the framework for you to continually develop your skills through the day to day interaction you have with the people around you.
Open, one-to-one conversations about your development objectives start early - the first is with your coach during your induction. But a range of key people will be on hand to guide, advise and help you plan ahead. They'll include a buddy who will help you settle in; a Partner or Director coach to boost your understanding both of the firm and your longer-term opportunities, and Human Capital.
Regular, constructive, focused feedback is part and parcel of life at PwC and you should expect to give it as well as receive it. We encourage you to come to your own conclusions on your performance first, then get the views of others. The aim is to help you learn from and build on your experiences. It works both ways too, so we'll regularly ask you for feedback on the people you're working with.
We build this into your day as well as your ongoing career. You'll work in different teams and offices, experience different clients and types of project, try out new roles and even sample other business areas.
As we’re continually looking to develop and challenge our people we’ll be looking to give you interesting career opportunities. That might involve joining a new team, tackling different responsibilities within the same team or relocating within New Zealand or globally.