About Grant Thornton
As one of the world’s leading independent audit, tax and advisory firms, Grant Thornton is a team of independent thinkers who put quality, inclusion and integrity first. That’s more than just getting the job done. It’s making decisions that feel right for the firm, right for the clients, right for society and right for the people who work here. Every individual is able to put their unique life experiences to use to deliver business advice to clients in a growing number of countries across the globe.
We never settle for what is easy at Grant Thornton, our culture is about looking beyond to understand what is right. Looking for better solutions, approaches and opportunities means striving for more, and putting commitment behind every move. Showing the way is the only way we know how.
We care more about your potential than your academic achievements. It’s an individual’s strengths, motivations and connection with our vision and values that count for far more.
On the graduate programme, there’s training and support to start thriving in no time. Within the three-year programme, graduates become professionally qualified, specialising in either audit, tax or advisory. Covering the full-range of clients, from start-ups right through to multinationals, spanning public and private sector, experiences are truly there for the taking.
It’s not just a graduate programme though. It might be the first step to unlocking a fulfilling career, but it won’t be the last. Once qualified, the opportunities for graduates really start to open up. You can keep progressing in your team, explore a different business area or pursue a global secondment to one of the 130 Grant Thornton member firms around the world. Where you choose, and how fast you get there is all in your hands.
Grant Thornton is looking for people who want to be part of something bigger. To add value, spark fresh ideas and go beyond expectations. People that want to be able to proudly do what’s right, for the firm, for our people and for our clients. It’s how it should be.