EY - Explore the #FutureOfWork

Explore the #FutureOfWork

Entire industries are being disrupted. Discover how those with an analytical, global and innovation mindset will thrive in the future of work.

EY - Future of Work

We are living in an era of unprecedented change, which creates limitless opportunity. Watch how a career at EY can help you build the skills and mindsets to succeed in the Transformative age.

EY - Meet our people

Meet our people as they share their experiences.

Read stories from our people to find out more about what we do and why they like working at EY.

Life at EY

What does working at EY feel like?
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A commitment to diversity and inclusiveness.

Talk to anyone at EY and they’ll tell you it’s a rewarding place to work in so many ways.  We attract high-performing individuals from different backgrounds and experiences  who – like you – bring a unique point of view and business skills. Diversity of thought is what drives EY’s innovative approach to our people and our clients’ ever changing needs.

We’re created an inclusive work environment where everyone’s opinion is listened to and valued. You’ll learn about our shared values, how to work in teams effectively, how to work with individuals who are different from you, and how to bring out the best in yourself and others. And that means you can be yourself here.

Flexibility, choice and rewards

You’ll be encouraged to take ownership of your career, and given more opportunities to move into new areas, geographies or disciplines – if you want to. Your performance will be rewarded and recognised, so you are motivated to move quickly along your chosen career path.

LGBTI inclusion

EY received the Rainbow Tick in recognition of our LGBTI inclusion in New Zealand acknowledging our determination to create an environment allowing our people to be comfortable bringing their authentic self to work.

People with disability

EY embraces diversity and encourages applications from people with disability. We are committed to making reasonable adjustments to provide a positive, barrier-free recruitment process and supportive work environment.

If you would like to talk to us about accessibility or reasonable adjustment at EY, please email contactrecruitment@au.ey.com our recruitment team. We will work with you to identify the best way to assist you.

For deaf, hearing impaired or speech impaired people, call through to the National Relay Service:

  • TTY/Voice: 0800 4 711 711
  • Speech to Speech: 0800 8 715 715
  • SMS relay: TexMee app




We'll help you get where you want to go

At EY, you’ll be given the experiences, training and coaching you need to be part of our high-performing teams. 

You’ll be inspired to achieve your aims, both professionally and personally, while making a difference to our clients and in our communities.

We’ll work together to ensure your career takes you in a direction where you’ll be able to reach your goals.

Find out more about the learning, experiences and coaching that will shape your development here .


We’ll work together to help ensure your career takes you in a direction where you’ll be able to reach your goals. Our Counselling@EY initiative will support your career discussions and development by focussing on three key counselling behaviours  

  • Counsellors will be generous with their time and experience
  • Counsellors will understand the motivations and aspirations of their counselees
  • Counsellors will regularly have honest and authentic conversations with their counselees

This drives genuine career guidance and authentic feedback, and is supported by recognition, training and support networks. You’ll be inspired to achieve your aims, both professionally and personally, while making a difference to our clients and in our communities.

Counselling@EY – Bill Farrell and Natalie Nunn’s experiences

Counselling@EY – Bill Farrell and Natalie Nunn’s experiences

Bill Farrell, Regional Managing Partner Advisory  and Natalie Nunn, Oceania Learning and Development Leader share their counselling experiences.


Counselling@EY – Developing our people’s potential

Counselling@EY – Developing our people’s potential

Tony Johnson, Regional Managing Partner and CEO discusses with Sarah Lowe, Financial Services Partner Australia, how building strong counselling relationships can empower and develop your career.

EY - Rebecca Smith“Just four weeks after the arrival of my second daughter, while I was on maternity leave, I heard of a fantastic opportunity to move to Sydney from London to set up a new TAS (OTS IT) team.  My counsellor, in the UK, knowing my career aspirations to live and work in Australia, did everything she could to support me. This support combined with the support of my new Counsellor in Sydney, helped me to overcome a number of hurdles (maternity leave policies, moving with a young family and management of stakeholders). It demonstrated to me that you can achieve your goals, if you put the individual effort in and have the necessary counsellor support.  Their support made the 'world' of difference to me.” – Rebecca, Transactions, Sydney

EY - Saurav Kataria“I have an exceptional counsellor who spends the time and takes the responsibility of assisting me in my career. He makes time to listen and really understand the motivation drivers for his counselees. This enables him to provide appropriate advice and is inspirational in the process. He goes out of his way to makes things happen and leverages his contacts to help his team and his counselees grow.” – Saurav, Advisory, Brisbane

We'll involve you in our business - and in the wider community

By being a part of EY you’ll have the satisfaction of feeling part of something big. You’ll feel like you are making a genuine difference to clients, communities and the world in general.

Our commitment to engaging you in what we do will add to your enthusiasm for your work, your colleagues and our organisation. We also want you to feel confident that you have the support you need to achieve your professional and personal aspirations.

It’s not just about the name on your CV. You’ll gain confidence from having the support you need to achieve your professional and personal aspirations.

We do this through:

  • Communities: from our Corporate Responsibility work to our Alumni network we give you more opportunities to get involved with local communities and form enduring bonds with your peers.
  • Conversations: we’ll listen to you and engage in open and authentic dialogue at every level of our organization.
  • Choices: we believe that people perform best when they feel connected and empowered to make their own choices within an organization.  EY has earned a reputation for having a culture that enables people to meet both their personal and professional goals. More than work/life balance, our efforts to create a supportive culture have grown to focus on workplace flexibility: helping our people navigate where, when, and how their work gets done.
  • Celebration: your performance will be rewarded and recognized, to support and motivate you as you move along your chosen career path.


We can make a difference

If you join EY, you’ll feel welcome from your first day until long after you leave. But there are lots of opportunities to enhance your sense of belonging here.

Corporate Responsibility provides the chance to give something back to the local and wider community, while our Alumni network provides you with networking opportunities among your peers.

Corporate Responsibility

CareersYou’ve found the right place if you want to make a difference outside of your professional role. Our approach to corporate responsibility coordinates volunteering activities — in education, entrepreneurship and environmental sustainability — in a way that makes real use of  your unique skills and capabilities. That way you can  have a far greater personal impact.

Community engagement is also a key part of our global career development framework.

You’ll have the opportunity to develop in new and different contexts. You might be improving your public speaking, sharpening your negotiating skills or collaborating with people from a variety of backgrounds. But at the same time, you’ll be helping the community and building career-enhancing skills.


CareersHowever long you stay at EY, you’ll find your time here will do more than develop your skills and increase your experience. You’ll make connections and friendships that will prove invaluable throughout your career, supported by the vast EY alumni – an important network of successful professionals.

So however your career evolves, you’ll continue to benefit from your time with us, even if you leave. And if you do decide to pursue opportunities outside EY, we hope you’ll become one of the many people who rejoin.

Find out about being part of the EY Alumni

Rewards and benefits

In exchange for meeting challenges and consistently high performance, you deserve to be rewarded for your contribution to EY's success.

You'll have access to a great range of benefits including:

Leave arrangements

CareersFLEXleave* You'll have the opportunity to purchase up to six weeks extra leave. This provides you with more time for study, family or other personal pursuits.

Paid parental leave*  You’re entitled to 16 weeks paid leave for primary carers after 1 years’ service with EY and 3 weeks for secondary careers after 1 years’ service. These are paid in addition to the government paid parental leave entitlements.

Flexible work arrangements. We aim to promote a flexible work culture by assisting our people to balance their work and personal responsibilities through the availability of flexible working arrangements.


Health and well-being

CareersEY is focused on the health and wellbeing of our people and have a wellbeing program dedicated to factors that are known to maintain good wellbeing. Our wellbeing initiatives cover financial health, physical and mental health, family and community and the quality and value of work.

We support complimentary flu shots, nutritious snacks and fruit in the office, gym corporate discounts and in some of our offices offer onsite gym.

Employee Assistance Program. You and members of your immediate family can access independent, confidential counselling, free of charge, from professionally qualified counsellors should you need advice on personal, family or work-related concerns.

Social Club. The EY Social Club organises a range of activities, from sporting events to informal and formal social functions, including – in most offices – an annual ball.


Man taking money from walletStudy Assistance. We'll help you meet the cost of approved external studies, which may include providing you with financial assistance to cover all or part of your course fees and the cost of your study materials. We may also offer you study and exam leave.

Professional memberships. We'll cover joining and annual membership fees for one professional body each year. This includes the Institute of Chartered Accountants or an equivalent body for qualified professionals.

Global Employee Referral Program. Recruiting the best people is critical to our success, and employees like you are often the best source of the best candidates. The Global Employee Referral Program provides you with a cash reward or shopping voucher if you successfully refer a candidate to the firm.

Working interstate, working overseas

CareerWe offer domestic and global mobility opportunities. That means you could find yourself working in other EY offices within Australia – or in one of our offices overseas. You can apply for an overseas secondment once you've had a few years experience with us.


*If you are a temporary visa holder these benefits may not apply.
** These benefits are subject to compliance with the EYA&NZ Policy and Procedure manual.

Get more out of life

No two days are the same for our people. They have multiple responsibilities and interests, it’s about getting the most out of everything and not sacrificing personal aspirations or career goals in the process. We realise that some people want to balance their responsibilities, others want to work smarter and for most of us, we just more out of life. That’s why we strongly believe that it’s not about where you work, when you work or how long you work; it’s about the quality of what you deliver that matters most to us.

By feeling empowered to be the best parent, manager and teammate we see our people go from strength to strength. So by changing how we think about work and embracing different possibilities, we can give you the flexibility you need to work your way, to get the most out of life.

How would you like to get more out of life?

Let's imagine what your day could look like... www.eygetmoreoutoflife.com

EY - Linda

This is Linda. She’s ambitious but like most of us also has interests out of the office too. Linda can find the right balance so she can get more out of life.

EY - Kara

Meet Kara. Kara is an international leader and dedicated Mother. She can excel at both because she’s able to integrate her responsibilities, Kara gets more out of life.

EY - David

Meet David. He has great ideas and is an integral part of the team. No two days are the same, he has things he needs to get done throughout the day. David can get more out of life by making each appointment count.