New Job First Nation/Metis/Inuit Candidates - Undergraduate Program For University Students! In Saskatchewan
|First Nation/Metis/Inuit Candidates - Undergraduate Program for University Students!|
First Nation/Metis/Inuit Candidates - Undergraduate Program for University Students!
Company : KPMG
Salary : Details not provided
Location : Saskatchewan
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At KPMG in Canada, we believe our differences make us stronger. When you join the team you'll be part of a diverse group of professionals with a common goal - making an impact and driving innovation.
In a culture that encourages inclusion and flexibility, you'll have the tools to grow your skills and achieve success in your own way.
At KPMG, we are committed to building an inclusive workplace where our people can find belonging and reach their potential. Building and strengthening respectful relationships with Indigenous communities is a top priority as we offer solutions to the unique needs of Indigenous businesses, educational institutions, health care partners and government entities.
As a student you have access to cultural events, career discussions, development building events and mentorship as you contribute to self and community in partner with the KPMGs National Indigenous Peoples Network. This program is not separate from the overall student experience but offers the opportunity for interns to learn and grow together.
What you will do
You will have the opportunity to work across geographies and industries, from assessing and assessing business processes to improving client performance, you'll be building strong relationships with our people and developing professional skills that will help set you up for success.'
Our Advisory team helps our clients to keep pace and improve performance with solutions tailored for their priorities, using the knowledge of more than 1 800 talented business advisory professionals to assess the industry landscape and address the needs of companies that are experiencing difficult times.
KPMG Advisory Services has decades of experience working with clients in the public and private sectors, including cybersecurity, risk consulting, cybersecurity, deal making, data analytics and consumer services.
Organizations are both challenged by rapidly changing business requirements, and by advancements in technology. To deliver business value to customers, companies will need to hire strategic advisors to help them understand how new technology will impact their business and how they can optimise their current tools.
All applications must be received no later than 11:59 a.m., EDT, Friday, December 8, 2021. (EST).
We welcome all LGBTQI qualified candidates to apply and are committed to creating a respectful, inclusive workplace that allows everyone to reach their full potential. A diverse workforce is key to our success, said KPMG's Peter P. MacKenzie.
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- As First Nations, Metis or Inuit, we are the first people.
- Strong oral/written communication skills
- I graduated from a university program studying business, economics and engineering. Arts & Humanities or another field of study :) )
- Strong academic record
- Highly motivated, enthusiastic to take on a variety of challenges and opportunities.
- Be able to work independently without supervision.
- Excellent problem solving and analytical ability.
- Entrepreneurial drive and creative problem solving skills.
- able to work within a team.
We welcome all LGBTQI qualified candidates to apply and are committed to creating a respectful, inclusive workplace that allows all of our people to reach their full potential. A diverse workforce is key to our success, said KPMG Canada's president Peter P. MacKenzie.