The leading professional services organization, Ernst & Young (EY) is inviting applications for internships in India.
Students and entry-level: Commenting on student hiring the company said, “From student programs and other offerings to full-time positions, find a role where you can build an exceptional experience for yourself and a better working world for all”, to apply click here.
Commenting on the hiring process the company said, “In a world that’s more uncertain than ever, our purpose acts as our North Star guiding our more than 365,000 people — providing the context and meaning for the work we do every day.”
“We believe a better working world is one where economic growth is sustainable and inclusive. We work continuously to improve the quality of all our services, investing in our people and innovation”, the company added.
The company further said, “And we’re proud to work with others – from our clients to wider stakeholders – to use our knowledge, skills, and experience to create long-term value and positive change for our clients, people, and society.”
“Do the work you love. Be inspired by new opportunities. Whether you’re an experienced professional looking for your next challenge, or a student with dreams of shaping the future, we’ll help you make an impact from the moment you join. Take your first step today”, the company said.
To apply for the internship program click here or explore here for more opportunities. The EY team will let you know when the company receives your information and if your application meets its requirements. The company will invite you to an interview.
EY is committed to being an inclusive employer and the company considers flexible working arrangements. The company strives to achieve the right balance for the people, enabling to deliver excellent client service whilst allowing you to build your career without sacrificing your priorities.
EY in India has over 87,000 people working in all member firms including global delivery centers. Enabled by data and technology, diverse EY teams in over 150 countries.