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Summer Vacations Scheme - Human Capital & Actuarial

It’s people that are a company’s greatest asset. And it’s our role to help clients maximise the potential of theirs. We advise on everything from talent to organisational priorities. And on complex financial and political issues, such as immigration, pensions and executive reward structures. There are so many different areas you can be involved in, a colourful career is yours for the taking.

To discover more about a career in Human Capital click here

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.

Location

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 2021, as well as achieved at least 104 UCAS points (260 UCAS points pre-2017) for you’re a levels (or equivalent), and at least a grade 4 (C) in English language and at least a grade 5 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent). You must be fluent in speaking the Japanese language to be considered for this role

Your opportunity

Japanese companies are facing a unique series of challenges in the global marketplace, such as a volatile regulatory landscape, a shrinking domestic workforce and increasing focus on overseas markets and a disruptive and exponential change in digital technologies.

Deloitte’s Japanese Mobility team in London partners with Japanese clients to overcome these challenges and steer them towards truly global success, helping them to plan, build and develop globally mobile talent and meet all personal tax compliance and withholding obligations regionally and globally. Some of the services are provided in the Japanese language so the business level Japanese language skill will be one of the essential requirements.

We work with more than 200 Japanese organisations in the UK and Europe. Our clients are spread across all industry sectors: from manufacturing, to technology, to financial services, to sport, and everything in between. We partner with organisations of all shapes and sizes, from private individuals through to large multinational corporations. Whilst we are based in the UK, our client work takes us to whichever geography our Japanese clients need us – most commonly European countries, but also to Japan and other Asian countries when it comes to complex global projects. One thing our clients share is the need for a partner to guide them on their transformational global talent journeys.

Your professional experience

In addition to taking part in the Tax Analyst Development Programme, we will support you in obtaining professional qualifications that will be beneficial to your everyday work and long-term career. As part of the Global Employer Services (GES) department, Japanese Mobility offers the opportunity to study for the Association of Tax Technicians (ATT) qualification followed by the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CTA) qualification, if appropriate. As a Graduate, you would start out in Deloitte’s Tax Academy in your first few weeks. Within Deloitte there is a big range of developmental training that you can make use of throughout your career, and in the past we have also supported our team members with language training.

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 5 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent). Additional skills for Banking include intermediate to advanced programming skills, for example in Python, SAS, SQL, C, C++, and Java

Your opportunity

Human Capital & Actuarial

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.

By combining our research and analytics capabilities with our industry expertise we’re developing innovative change programmes that equip businesses to thrive in a digital world. Our market offerings span the full breadth of Human Capital needs, from Leadership Development to HR transformation, as well as specialist Change Management and transformation programme leadership.

Because the future of work is a boardroom issue, not just a focus for HR, you’ll work with business leaders. You’ll help them rethink their business and people strategies, to take advantage of the rapidly evolving world of work, while ensuring a positive impact on their employees and society.

Actuarial Reward and Analytics (ARA)

Whether your experience lies in the insurance or banking sector you’ll thrive in one of specialist Actuarial teams.

Insurance and Banking - Want to create insurance businesses of the future? We deliver business critical objectives by applying our quantitative skills to create opportunities and manage risk for insurance companies and banks. Join our specialists and provide deep technical actuarial and regulatory knowledge, taking advantage of new technologies to help our clients win in the market. Your professional experience

Join Deloitte’s market leading Banking Analytics & Quantitative Modelling practice to work with our world leading banking clients and help them leverage the power of their data to help solve their most complex business challenges, bringing your deep mathematics and statistics knowledge to bear. Our Banking Analytics & Quantitative Modelling is a market leading team of data scientists that provides a range of advanced analytics, risk management and quantitative advisory services to our top tier banking clients. The following are some examples of the day-to-day work you will be involved in:

  • Using your strong problem solving and analytical skills to derive insights and spot patterns in data
  • Helping to manage regulatory demands
  • Optimising operations
  • Attracting new customers by creating new digital experiences underpinned by analytics, using cutting edge techniques from data visualisation to machine learning and AI
  • Translating complex technical analysis into actionable insights for senior executives, both internally and externally

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 5 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent).

Your opportunity

Human Capital & Actuarial

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.

By combining our research and analytics capabilities with our industry expertise we’re developing innovative change programmes that equip businesses to thrive in a digital world. Our market offerings span the full breadth of Human Capital needs, from Leadership Development to HR transformation, as well as specialist Change Management and transformation programme leadership.

Because the future of work is a boardroom issue, not just a focus for HR, you’ll work with business leaders. You’ll help them rethink their business and people strategies, to take advantage of the rapidly evolving world of work, while ensuring a positive impact on their employees and society.

Your professional experience

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.

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 2021. 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 5 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent).

Your opportunity

Human Capital & Actuarial

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.

By combining our research and analytics capabilities with our industry expertise we’re developing innovative change programmes that equip businesses to thrive in a digital world. Our market offerings span the full breadth of Human Capital needs, from Leadership Development to HR transformation, as well as specialist Change Management and transformation programme leadership.

Because the future of work is a boardroom issue, not just a focus for HR, you’ll work with business leaders. You’ll help them rethink their business and people strategies, to take advantage of the rapidly evolving world of work, while ensuring a positive impact on their employees and society.

Your professional experience

Deloitte Total Reward and Benefits provides companies and pension scheme trustees with advice and support on implementing, running, managing the risk and reducing the costs of pensions and other employee benefit arrangements. The Investments team focus on maximising value on the asset side of pension schemes. The following are some examples of the day-to-day work you will be involved in:

  • Reviewing investment strategy, asset allocation and manager selection;
  • Drafting reports with recommendations, usually including some form of ALM;
  • Carrying out performance monitoring and attribution analysis;
  • Performing research on specific asset classes and research on specific managers;
  • Drafting the periodic Capital Markets Outlook for internal and external dissemination.

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 2021. 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 5 (B) in Maths in your GCSEs (or equivalent).

Your opportunity

Human Capital & Actuarial

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.

By combining our research and analytics capabilities with our industry expertise we’re developing innovative change programmes that equip businesses to thrive in a digital world. Our market offerings span the full breadth of Human Capital needs, from Leadership Development to HR transformation, as well as specialist Change Management and transformation programme leadership.

Because the future of work is a boardroom issue, not just a focus for HR, you’ll work with business leaders. You’ll help them rethink their business and people strategies, to take advantage of the rapidly evolving world of work, while ensuring a positive impact on their employees and society.

Your professional experience

Deloitte Total Reward and Benefits provides companies and pension scheme trustees with advice and support on implementing, running, managing the risk and reducing the costs of pensions and other employee benefit arrangements. The Pensions and Rewards team focus on valuing the liabilities of pension schemes and working to reduce them. The following are some examples of the day-to-day work you will be involved in:

  • Completing checks on assumptions and accounting figures and drafting the report for pension schemes audits
  • Completing calculations and supporting the development of a report for clients looking to undergo the process of liability management exercises
  • Providing actuarial services to key clients, such as completing technical calculations and drafting scheme funding reports
  • Supporting pension trustees with scheme management and advising in negotiations with the sponsor
  • Participating in pensions and HR due diligence, as part of wider firm M&As, by completing analysis on information provided and drafting reports

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 5 (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.

By combining our research and analytics capabilities with our industry expertise we’re developing innovative change programmes that equip businesses to thrive in a digital world. Our market offerings span the full breadth of Human Capital needs, from Leadership Development to HR transformation, as well as specialist Change Management and transformation programme leadership.

Because the future of work is a boardroom issue, not just a focus for HR, you’ll work with business leaders. You’ll help them rethink their business and people strategies, to take advantage of the rapidly evolving world of work, while ensuring a positive impact on their employees and society.

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