Careers in the Channel Islands

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Why EY?

There is a whole range of opportunities open to you at EY. Whether you join Assurance or Tax services, or from campus or school, you will enjoy early responsibility, rewarding challenges and exposure to a variety of businesses across the Financial Services sector.

Careers in Assurance and Tax

The global financial crisis means everyone has a vested interest in understanding factors such as risk, investments and values in relation to all economic matters. Businesses and individuals today are subject to ever-growing and increasingly complex tax and regulatory change. It makes for a simulating working environment, where you will work with a wide variety of clients at a high level.

A career in Assurance is extremely broad, giving you the opportunity to develop a general grounding in business, and opening the door to many career paths. External Audit at EY plays a huge role in preserving the integrity of the global business landscape. You can give our clients peace of mind by using your analytical skills to give companies, investors and regulators confidence in the validity of financial statements, business-critical information or processes.

As a tax professional at EY, you’ll use your research and analytical skills, stay on top of the law, and acquire an in-depth knowledge of clients’ requirements. We will ensure you gain experience across the services we provide as soon as you start your career with us in tax.

If you would like to apply for an Associate position at EY in the Channel Islands (Guernsey or Jersey) please contact our HR Coordinator, Abbie Cardy, +44(0)1534 288681 with your CV and a covering letter.

Find out more about joining EY as a student.

What are we looking for?

In general, we're much more interested in the kind of person you are and the things you're naturally good at than what A level subjects you took at school or degree you studied at university. So we want you to be yourself and show us what you've got. As you'd expect, we also ask you to have some minimum qualifications, so be sure to check the requirements when you apply.

The exact qualifications you'll need will depend on the programme you apply for. But here's what we usually look for:

A level entrant

Grade B or above for GCSE Mathematics and English Language

300 UCAS points or equivalent (excluding General Studies and re-sits)

Graduate entrant

Grade B or above for GCSE Mathematics and English Language

300 UCAS points or equivalent (excluding General Studies and re-sits)

2.1 degree in any discipline.

Assessing strengths, not just qualifications

Understanding and utilising your strengths will help us define you as a person, and enable you to perform at your best in a role and have a fulfilling professional life.

Different backgrounds and skills – but similar values

There are a number of criteria we look for in our employees. If these describe you, you can relax in the knowledge that you'll feel comfortable within our working environment.

People who excel

We aren't only looking for high academic achievers. We also want you to demonstrate leadership through extra-curricular activities and community involvement.

People who are good at working in teams

We look for evidence that you are good at listening, learning, sharing, developing and working with others, including those who are different from you.

People with integrity

We want you to have a clear sense of personal and professional accountability and to show you are committed to doing the right thing.

People who demonstrate respect

We look for people who recognize the value of different backgrounds and points of view. By respecting these differences we enrich our perspectives, which helps us build strong relationships and enhance the services we provide to our clients.

People with energy, enthusiasm and the courage to lead

We want you to be passionate and excited about the opportunities at EY and what your future holds.