EY is one of the biggest and most exciting professional services firms in the world. But what does “professional services” actually mean, and what do we really do?
Our people use their business skills to advise our clients on how they can make better decisions on how their businesses are run. We work with small business owners, huge multinational organisations, and exciting start-ups – even governments.
The school leavers that join us are ambitious for their futures – just as we are for ours. Vision 2020 is our ambition to become the most distinctive professional services organization. We have a purpose too, a big idea that we all believe in and work towards: everything we do is geared towards building a better working world.
EY is divided into four different areas, we call these our service lines. Each of them helps clients with different questions and issues. Because business issues are often interconnected, EY people in different services lines share their skills and knowledge with each other.
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My current job title is Trainee Associate. My day to day tasks are varied, and can involve anything from holding meetings with clients, to completing audit work and studying for exams. Due to the relatively flat structure of the firm, and the small nature of the Aberdeen office I get to deal with ...
Trainee Tax Advisor
I am a traninee tax advisor in the human capital, global mobility sector of financial services. I work in the banking and capital markets sector. I complete technical work such as preparing UK tax returns and UK tax reconcilliations whilst also completing a tax team assistant role for the global co-...
In my work experience I had been put into the Tax department and was given the same role any graduate would receive which was very good. This allowed my full and complete access to what a tax consultant would do In the global mobility sector. I had to check through bank statements and refer/correct ...