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Innovation:  

  • Willing to try new things, experiment and take calculated risks

Collaboration:  

  • Succesfully develop meaningful relationships
  • ​​​Prepared to offer assistance when required

Communication:  

  • Good listening skills
  • Ability to adapt your communication style to suit different situations and audiences

Consistency:

  • Takes responsibility for getting things done
  • Acts with integrity at all times
  • Stay composed under pressure

Working with your team, your buddy and your Principal – you’ll continue your technical training and learn more about our other service lines so that you can hit the ground running.

Week 3: Getting to know you

Induction with your local firm and team – covering HR, IT and your surroundings. You’ll also kick off your technical training by spending time on the tools working through case studies so you can learn the systems and processes that are fundamental to your role.

Week one and two: Graduate Induction and getting to know us

 2017 Accounting Graduate Intake

Eligibility 

Applicants must be in their final year of a university degree a recognised New Zealand institution.
We accept applications from students studying towards degrees including Commerce & Business (with Accounting) and Commerce & Law (with Accounting).
Candidates must be New Zealand Citizen or Permanent Resident. You may be required to provide evidence at application.
 

Application process

  • Submit application including CV, Cover Letter and Academic Transcript
  • Phone Screen
  • Interview or Networking Evening
  • Psychometric Profiling
  • Second Interview (if applicable)
  • Reference check
  • Offers

 

Grow with us as we grow with you, from Trainee to Graduate, Graduate to beyond
What is Crowe Horwath looking for in candidates?
 
Exam results aren’t everything. At Crowe Horwath we look for candidates who are committed, professional, honest, who have a sense of humour and work well in a team.

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What is the culture like at Crowe Horwath?
 

At Crowe Horwath, we have created a culture that is a little less 'me' and a lot more 'us'.  We work collaboratively across all our streams to service our clients. which means you get to learn more from the expertise within the firm. Crowe Horwath also has an exciting social calendar for you to get to know the people you work with and more importantly, have fun! 

 

I have no previous work experience - can I stil apply?
 

Yes, our programs do not require you to have had any prior professional experience. However, we are very interested in any extra-curricular activities and casual/part time work that you have undertaken during your studies, so make sure you include this on your application.

Empower your ambition and shape your future today

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How much will I be paid?
 
Our remuneration package changes from year to year. What we can say is that they are competitive and based on market rates and offer great benefits on top of this. 
Everyone's career path is different. That's why Crowe Horwath Australasia offers career options and development opportunities that fit with your goals, supporting you every step of the way. We achieve this through a combination of innovative learning approaches, on-the-job coaching, and experiences that allow you to grow your skills and push your limits.
When you join us, you will be supported and given the tools to grow a successful career through our transparent and structured pathways.
  • Secondment opportunities around the world
  • Ongoing coaching and feedback
  • Employee development program
  • In house learning and development
  • Financial study support including paid study leave
  • Payment of professional membership fees

What we look for in graduates

What to expect 

How to apply

Grow with us  
Audit & AssuranceBusiness AdvisoryTax Advisory
Each firm has different business streams on offer. Whilst we can’t decide what is best for you, we recommend you think about what you enjoyed most during your studies, what your interests are and what your strengths are. More information on the different business streams can be found below.
Which business stream is right for me? 

Applications for the graduate recruitment intake will open in March 2017. 

We’re as keen as you are to see you achieve your aspirations, so we focus the balance of the year on building your practical skills to help you get where you want to go. As part of the team you’ll be responsible for meeting assignment outcomes and client deadlines as well as achieving key milestones. 

Throughout this period you’ll receive loads of feedback and work closely with your buddy and Principal to ensure you’re on track.  After all, when next years’ graduates arrive you want to be ready to move ahead!

 

The next 265 days...

The first 100 days

Your first 100 days will concentrate on a structured development plan – focusing on a practical, technical and professional program that culminates in the celebration of your first 100 days. 

Location Fair Date and Time Address
Auckland 2017 CAANZ Employment Evening 5 - 7.30pm, Monday 6 March Aotea Centre
Wellington 2017 CAANZ Employment Evening
5.30- 8pm, Thursday 9 March
Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa

 

Where can you meet us