Technology careers at EY
Seize the opportunity to transform how businesses work and harness the latest technologies to power human enterprise and unleash your potential.
EY Tech Careers event
EY Tech Careers is a virtual event taking place on 25-26 October. It is an opportunity to hear first-hand about tech careers at EY and be inspired by the global impact EY technologists are having.
- Choose from 25+ live and on-demand sessions over two days, organized for US Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) and India Standard Time (IST); registered participants are welcome from any country or location
- Learn how EY technologists are harnessing leading-edge tech, such as blockchain, AI, data analytics and robotics to tackle the world’s toughest challenges, from cyber crime to climate change
- Discover the exceptional EY tech career experience, and what it means to work with thousands of technologists and global tech alliances to tackle planet-sized problems
- Hear from visionary EY tech leaders, including EY Global Chief Innovation Officer, Jeff Wong; EY Global Chief Technology Officer, Nicola Morini Bianzino; and EY Global Advisory Data and Analytics Leader, Beatriz Sanz Sáiz
- Panel discussions on neurodiversity and women in tech
- Meet EY tech recruiters and talent leaders
A career in technology that will change the world. At EY, it's yours to build.
Could you help solve the world’s toughest challenges? Imagine working alongside businesses that are using artificial intelligence (AI) to detect cancer earlier in patients. Imagine helping clients to prevent cyber hacks by implementing blockchain technology. Imagine working with advanced analytics to help farmers increase food production.
It’s meaningful work, every single day. You’ll drive long-term value using technology across every industry, helping clients find inventive solutions to their business problems. You’ll help them grow, while discovering limitless opportunities to develop yourself.
As well as developing your technical expertise, you’ll learn about business strategy and gain industry knowledge. You’ll collaborate with different cross-functional teams, with the freedom and ability to explore new prototypes and design your own solutions. You’ll be transforming businesses, one idea at a time.
You'll have a wide-ranging choice of technology roles across our business. So whether you're a data specialist, a software engineer, a tax technologist, a technology consultant or a solution architect, you’ll find a technology career as unique as you are.
We invest in our people and technology to power the human enterprise of the future
A technology career is about far more than leading-edge innovations. It’s about the application of these technologies in the real world to make a real, meaningful impact. That’s why EY is investing more than ever before in technology and our people, to build the transformative mindset and technology skill set needed to analyze, innovate and think and act globally.
This includes the launch of our new, first-of-its-kind EY Tech MBA, in collaboration with Hult International Business School. It builds on the success of our EY Badges program, which helps our people develop future-focused skills in areas such as big data and analytics, blockchain, AI, intelligent automation, and cybersecurity.
Work with global organizations, advanced technologies and transformative leaders
In a technology career at EY, you could be collaborating with global organizations like GE Digital, IBM, Microsoft, Cisco, LinkedIn and SAP. You’ll help to set a new standard for the way we can use emerging technologies, such as AI, blockchain, internet of things, and data analytics.
As well as having access to leading-edge technologies, you get to work with some of the brightest minds across each industry to explore powerful new ideas. You’ll have access to professionals in different disciplines, all working together to make a real impact on the way the world works today.
Today’s technologies, tomorrow’s solutions
Forget everything you think you know about the work we do, and the systems and tools we create to do it. Today, careers at EY are about so much more than spreadsheets, number-crunching and accounting applications. We put bots, algorithms and machines to work so that you can do more interesting and impactful work.
Faster transactions with blockchain
The potential of blockchain is immense: it can streamline EY clients’ business processes and help to reimagine what a secure network is. Working with blockchain we help businesses to mitigate their risk of cybersecurity issues, helping bring more confidence to markets.
Seizing the upside of analytics
Even digital “non-natives” are benefitting from analytics embedded into the heart of today’s businesses. You’ll help clients to use analytics in many innovative ways: to help drive investment decisions; to mitigate risk; to improve customer satisfaction; and to increase the value of interactions. With the value of data ever increasing, it’s little wonder it’s at the heart of what we do.
Embracing intelligent automation
Robotic process automation is having a transformative impact on the world we live in. There are upsides, such as increased efficiencies, increased output and cost reduction, but there are also human implications. In an EY career, you’ll work with clients to make positive change by helping to automate mundane, time-sapping work in every industry — from tax to HR, and supply chain to regulatory compliance. Thanks to robotic, autonomous systems replacing human tasks, you’ll help to unlock deeper insights and solutions to problems.
Artificial intelligence, human impact
At some point in the future, humans will have more daily interactions with bots than they do with each other. When we talk about a career at EY in AI, we believe it’s less about the technology itself, and more about its application. We really are at the tip of the iceberg in understanding the impact it can have across sectors such as healthcare, clean energy and even food production. Here at EY, we say that bots are built, but AI is applied. Your career in AI will give you a global platform to work with a technology that could eventually change not just the world — but the health of our planet.