Our vacation experience program will give you the opportunity to begin your career well before you finish your degree, offering you a unique insight into our business and the opportunity to experience what it’s like to provide advisory and consulting services to clients at one of the world’s leading professional services firms.
With the opportunity to work in one of our core service lines, the vacation experience program will see you working alongside industry leaders to support some of Australia’s most dynamic leading and emerging businesses.
As a vacationer, you’ll have the opportunity to:
Taking place over 4-6 weeks, our vacation experience program is open to penultimate students who are undertaking either undergraduate or postgraduate studies.
We predominantly recruit our graduates through our vacation experience program – so a successful vacationer experience could also fast-track you to a graduate offer!
What does our Specialist Tax – Remuneration Taxes do?
This team delivers solutions to complex remuneration tax problems faced by our corporate clients, including Employee Share Scheme design and implementation, Fringe Benefits Taxes, Payroll Tax, Superannuation and Global Mobility Services, often working with our Grant Thornton International network.
What we’re looking for
We're looking for driven, well-rounded candidates who connect with our clients, our purpose and our culture and want to make an impact right from the start.
In addition to studying towards a Commerce or Law degree, we’re looking for people who are curious, ambitious and who value the things we value:
To be eligible for these vacationer program opportunities, you must be:
Applications close at 11.55pm AEST on Friday, 3 September 2021. Positions are limited so apply early to avoid disappointment.
If you require any reasonable adjustments to assist you throughout the recruitment process, please contact Angela Tiet, Graduate Recruitment Business Partner on 03 8663 6584 or at GTTalentScouts@au.gt.com to discuss your application and your individual needs.
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