What happens when an employer sees you for more than your resume?

Our people make us what we are, and we look for people with the qualities we most value, whether you’re an experienced or a student hire. What are they? There are many, and we believe they add up to the kind of person that makes EY successful.

Who we are.

  • People who demonstrate integrity, respect, and teaming.
  • People with energy, enthusiasm, and the courage to lead. 
  • People who build relationships on doing the right thing.

Joining EY means joining an organization that is focused and clear about its purpose, what we want to achieve and how we get there. And future leaders like you will play a huge role in our success. Every day, each one of us makes choices and decisions that directly affect the way we experience each other and the way our clients and wider communities experience us. Our values give us confidence that we are using the same principles to help us make these decisions throughout our global organization.

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What will be more important in the future, the right skill set or mindset?

As technical skills evolve faster than ever, it's becoming more about how you learn than what you know. We want our professionals to be purpose-driven leaders, combining leadership skills with subject matter knowledge and a set of shared mindsets in order to better serve our clients now and into the future. We define these shared mindsets as:

  • Global: an openness and willingness to work beyond your own perspective and borders
  • Analytics: the basic ability to extract, transform and load relevant data
  • Innovation: the ability to manage and take advantage of change

 

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What makes a great leader at EY?

We all know a leader when we see one, and have met people that we admire and respect as leaders. But what makes a great leader? Working at EY, you will have the opportunity not only to work with leaders at all levels, but to develop into a leader yourself. Watch as some of our people talk about the EY leaders they work with and admire, the qualities and attributes that make them great, and how those leaders inspire them in their work.

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Better knows better.

Better is what’s possible ... the next step. Better innovates today. Better reaps the rewards tomorrow. Better asks better questions and receives better answers. When you join an organization that is driven by better, there’s only one thing you’ll be: Better

Hear Roger, Mateen, Kath, Yi and Vanessa as they share advice and insight for joining our organization.

"I'm not afraid to take ideas -  no matter how big, no matter how small, no matter how they might sound - to my leaders or to my peers and say, 'Let's go build this. Let's go make this a reality.'"

—Mateen Alinaghi, Staff Consultant, EY Advisory

"I'm not afraid to take ideas -  no matter how big, no matter how small, no matter how they might sound - to my leaders or to my peers and say, 'Let's go build this. Let's go make this a reality.'"

—Mateen Alinaghi, Staff Consultant, EY Advisory

What advice about interviewing with potential employers would you give to someone new to that process?

Interview advice can come in many forms. See what advice our people would offer to candidates not only looking to join EY, but in any interview setting with any potential employer. Check out their practical tips on how to prepare, how to engage your interviewer and the little “extras” that will allow your authentic personality to shine through and help you stand out among the crowd.

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