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Summer Vacations Scheme - Consulting

Consulting is about making positive change happen. You’re there to guide your clients to the best possible business decisions. Whether they’re facing a specific problem or grasping new opportunities, from technology innovations to operational transformation. You’ll help them shape the ideas, strategies and actions they need to succeed, now and for an ever-more-digital future.

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What you need

This three to six-week placement will give you an insight into what a career at Deloitte could mean for you. Immerse yourself in our business and discover your interests and motivations. Impress us and you could end up with a permanent role when you graduate.

Check our Learning and Development webpage for more information on Professional Qualifications.

Entry Requirements

Our requirements vary for a few specialist roles and therefore before you apply we recommend that you review the specific academic requirements on the vacancy job description.

Application Deadline

Applications for our Summer Vacation Scheme will close on a rolling basis when we have enough applications. We therefore advise that you apply as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out on securing a role.

We close our vacancies on a rolling basis as roles are filled. We encourage you to submit your full application as soon as possible.

Job Description Title: Consulting, Deloitte Digital, Digital Advisor

Programme: Summer Vacation Scheme

Locations: We are currently closed for applications for all locations

Requirements & Qualifications

You will need to be in your penultimate year at university studying towards at least a 2:1 in any degree discipline and due to graduate in September 2022, as well as achieved at least 104 UCAS points (260 UCAS points pre-2017) for your A levels (or equivalent), and at least a grade 4 (C) in English language and at least a grade 6 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent).

Your opportunity

We use creativity, technology & a focus on human experience to help our clients imagine, deliver and run entirely new business futures, create innovative ventures, build digital platforms and create beautiful, meaningful experiences.

Your professional experience

There are a huge variety of Advisory roles in Deloitte Digital. After receiving an offer, we will place you into the role that fits your interests and experience best. In all Advisory roles, you will gain training in agile methodologies and experience of working in Scrum/Kanban environments. Work with world-renowned clients across a variety of industries ranging from Public and Private Sector, through to Financial Services.

As a Digital Advisor you will:

  • Receive one-to-one mentoring and support. Gain training in agile methods such as Scrum and Kanban, as well as training in rapid prototyping tools
  • Help clients define their digital value proposition, conducting digital capability assessments or using your knowledge of digital trends and research to help shape the business case to revolutionise your clients’ current product or service offering.
  • Help turn innovation into reality quickly by providing clients with the insights they need to make decisions fast and get projects moving from design through to development.
  • This role is all about innovating on your feet to solve real world problems and having the ability to translate current digital trends into tangible relevant solutions for your client.
  • Work with a wide range of iconic local and global organisations, helping them understand and profit from the online and mobile revolution.
  • Focus on the areas of digital design, strategy, mobile, social/web, content management and managed services, underpinned by digital tech architecture, application implementation and development expertise.

Job Description Title: Consulting, Human Capital

Programme: Summer Vacation Scheme

Locations: We are currently closed for applications for all locations

Requirements & Qualifications

You will need to be in your penultimate year at university studying towards at least a 2:1 in any degree discipline and due to graduate in September 2022, as well as achieved at least 104 UCAS points (260 UCAS points pre-2017) for your A levels (or equivalent), and at least a grade 4 (C) in English language and at least a grade 6 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent).

Your opportunity

Human Capital

Our global practice is renowned as the world’s leading HR and people transformation business. With our clients facing unprecedented technology and demographic disruption, we’re now building on that reputation to help leaders design and deliver the future of work. Our global practice is renowned as the world’s leading HR and people transformation business. With our clients facing unprecedented technology and demographic disruption, we’re now building on that reputation to help leaders design and deliver the future of work.

Your professional experience

  • Enabling organisations to deliver transformation through their people by providing solutions and building capability in business change and culture transformation and get the best from their talent
  • Supporting delivery of complex transformations and large infrastructure and capital programmes through driving standards and behaviours, and implementing innovative programme management tools
  • Supporting implementation of technology and digital ways of working to get clients ready, willing, and able for the future of work
  • Help solve complex challenges by drawing upon financial, commercial, technical and quantitative skills to manage risk and reward to help business leaders address critical business, financial and insurance challenges
  • Working across industries and sectors to gain a broad view across the current Business Transformation markets in a client facing role
  • The ability to bring fresh & exciting ideas that support clients to think differently about how they manage their people, change, risk and reward and large-scale transformation

Job Description Title: Consulting, Strategy, Analytics and Mergers & Acquisitions – Analytics + Cognitive

Programme: Summer Vacation Scheme

Locations: We are currently closed for applications for all locations

Requirements & Qualifications

You will need to be in your penultimate year at university studying towards at least a 2:1 in any degree discipline and due to graduate in September 2022 as well as achieved at least 104 UCAS points (260 UCAS points pre-2017) for your A levels (or equivalent), and at least a grade 4 (C) in English language and at least a grade 6 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent).

Your opportunity

The world is changing, fast. Competitors come out of nowhere, governments and regulators need faster and better insight, customers are demanding a more personalised experience, and volumes of data are doubling every two years. You’ll serve as a trusted advisor, helping our clients make intelligent decisions about how to consistently succeed in their market. You’ll partner with board-level clients to shape data-driven programmes that transform their businesses, working with some of the most innovative technologies around. And, most importantly, you’ll solve complex problems in really collaborative teams.

Your professional experience

You may have had some work experience that demonstrates your suitability for this role, perhaps in a corporate environment or similar. You will develop a number of skills, working on the most interesting client problems as you support your team to:

  • Predict the future of a business: use data, predictive analytics and business plans to determine how processes need to change to improve the business
  • Develop organisations’ analytical culture: identify how a business may need to adapt to become a more analytical organisation, allowing them to be more agile in their approach to data and technology, and unlock valuable insight
  • Visualise complex trends: use modern tools and coding to create visual real-time dashboards
  • Organise and manage their data: develop technical solutions to manage, store and process data
  • Capture new data & new data sources that are everywhere (social media, images, workforce data, customer data, voice, free text etc.): categorise, analyse and develop integration and analytical solutions to capture, store and analyse data

Job Description Title: Consulting, Strategy, Analytics and Mergers & Acquisitions – Strategy & Business Design and Mergers & Acquisitions

Programme: Summer Vacation Scheme

Locations: We are currently closed for applications for all locations

Requirements & Qualifications

You will need to be in your penultimate year at university studying towards at least a 2:1 in any degree discipline and due to graduate in September 2022, as well as achieved at least 104 UCAS points (260 UCAS points pre-2017) for your A levels (or equivalent), and at least a grade 4 (C) in English language and at least a grade 6 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent).

Your opportunity

You will work in teams to help clients make strategic choices to shape their ambition, create growth, structure investment programmes, and deliver new capabilities. You will work across industry environments, using a wide range of market-leading strategy methods and tools, against a backdrop of increasing disruption from technology and wider innovation.

Your experience in Strategy & Business Design – M&A

You will build on existing skills and experience and develop new capabilities as you:

  • Solve complex problems in ambiguous and ever-changing environments
  • Answer our client’s most strategically important questions using complex datasets and advanced analytics, including advising them on pricing, customer and channel targeting, and location strategy.
  • Collect, collate and analyse data to help our clients navigate through business strategy transformation, extrapolating conclusions and providing insight.
  • Create and manage quality deliverables using the relevant desktop software and applications (e.g. MS Excel, PowerPoint).
  • Drive business growth, transformational change and value for our clients by refining marketing strategies, embedding commercial excellence and building core capabilities.
  • Shape and deliver enterprise-level changes by advising on priority transformation questions, including M&A, cost reduction, regulation, strategic systems and capability design.
  • Work across a broad range of industries, including consumer goods, healthcare and life sciences, technology, finance, automotive, public policy, and many more.

Job Description Title: Enterprise, Technology & Performance

Programme: SVS

Locations: We are currently closed for applications for all locations

Requirements & Qualifications

You will need to be in your penultimate year at university studying towards at least a 2:1 in any degree discipline and due to graduate in September 2022, as well as achieved at least 104 UCAS points (260 UCAS points pre-2017) for your A levels (or equivalent), and at least a grade 4 (C) in English language and at least a grade 6 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent).

Your opportunity

Impact and value drive in everything we do. We work at the highest level, with C-Suite Executives and their senior leaders, to create solutions that deliver the maximum return on investment, across the backbone of their organisations. We transform the digital enterprise with both core and innovative technologies, delivering tangible, sustainable benefits.

Your professional experience in Enterprise, Technology & Performance

  • Collect, collate and analyse data to help clients on their enterprise transformation journey, extrapolating conclusions and providing insights that support decisions
  • Support Deloitte teams on client engagements by creating and managing quality deliverables using relevant software and applications e.g. MS Excel, PowerPoint
  • Help design and implement finance, supply chain and technology operating & delivery models and transforming how these functions service the organization
  • Apply core project management skills and drive innovation by applying key consulting methods and tools
  • Demonstrate professionalism and build rapport with clients to design solutions to some of our clients’ most complex challenges

Job Description Title: Human Capital - Actuarial Insurance & Banking – Actuarial Insurance

Programme: Summer Vacation Scheme

Locations: We are currently closed for applications for all locations

Requirements & Qualifications

You will need to be in your penultimate year at university studying towards at least a 2:1 in a Mathematical content degree including chemistry, actuarial sciences, finance, Physics, Economics and Computer Science and due to graduate in September 2022. You must have an A-level in Maths achieving at least 104 UCAS points (260 UCAS points pre-2017) for your A levels (or equivalent), and at least a grade 4 (C) in English language and at least a grade 6 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent).

Your opportunity

Our global practice is renowned as the world’s leading HR and people transformation business. With our clients facing unprecedented technology and demographic disruption, we’re now building on that reputation to help leaders design and deliver the future of work. Our global practice is renowned as the world’s leading HR and people transformation business. With our clients facing unprecedented technology and demographic disruption, we’re now building on that reputation to help leaders design and deliver the future of work.

Your experience in Actuarial Insurance & Banking – Actuarial Insurance

Our Insurance business provides market-leading actuarial services across life insurance and general insurance, with a reputation for technical quality and thought leadership. Our teams provide services to a wide range of clients, from large multi-national insurers and Lloyd’s market syndicates, to small insurers who do not employ their own actuaries, and everything in between. The following are some examples of the day-to-day work you will be involved in:

  • Analysing client data before drafting reports and slide decks to present findings to clients;
  • Research and due diligence around demographic and financial assumptions;
  • Estimating, reviewing and validating a range of insurance actuarial numbers including insurance liabilities, capital numbers, with-profits bonus results as part of our work on insurance company audits, Chief Actuary work and With-Profits actuary work;
  • Assessing future insurance liabilities for setting premiums, understanding profitability, financial reporting and transferring blocks of business;
  • Advising on the level of capital to hold and the capital structure
  • Supporting financial change programmes by identifying inefficiencies in our client’s actuarial processes, designing better ways of working, and collaborating with their people to embed new solutions.