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RSM is a leading provider of audit, tax and consulting services to the middle market. As an integrated team at RSM UK with nearly 4,900 partners and staff operating from 31 locations across the UK, we have a culture of understanding what it means to deliver value, and to value what we do.

Who we are

Welcome to RSM. As one of the largest networks of audit, tax and consulting firms in the world, we help graduates and school leaver’s kick-start their career in business.

Whether you join us in audit, tax, consulting, corporate finance, risk advisory or accounting, you’ll enjoy a powerful combination of on-the-job learning and structured training – not to mention an impressive client list to work with. We support organisations across a wide range of sectors, so you could be working with premier league footballers and tech start-ups one day, and charities and multinationals the next.

When you join RSM, you’ll discover a culture that nurtures individuality and celebrates fresh thinking. You’ll find an environment where everyone is supported to reach their potential, with personalised training that fits your goals and annual salary reviews. With us, you’ll always be moving forward.

And with access to a global network spanning more than 120 countries, you’ll have a world of opportunity to build the career you want.

It’s your future. Own it at RSM.

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RSM Handbook

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

Our people are our greatest strength. We’re proud to have created a strong sense of belonging so that people of all identities, backgrounds, and cultures are comfortable bringing their true selves to work.

Diverse, empowered teams bring a broader range of ideas and insights. We work together with all our stakeholders to make sure our culture always embraces difference and strengthens inclusion. We consider this a business imperative.

Our clients come from all walks of life. We aim to achieve that same diversity of background, experience and perspective in our own teams, so that we can genuinely understand our client’s needs.

Fostering inclusion is central to our values with all of us holding a shared responsibility to embed this within our culture. Everyday allyship is one of the ways in which we do this, enabling everyone to belong, thrive and display authentic behaviours with the support of our colleagues.

Listen. Educate. Act.

To drive forward our ambition to make sure everyone feels valued, we’ve set out a clear and widely communicated three-step strategy.


We listen to and amplify diverse voices and perspectives. We create spaces that promote inclusive workplace practices, allowing our people to share lived experiences.


We educate and empower our people to better understand diversity and inclusion.

We have an annual calendar of learning opportunities and resources, where our people can learn about relevant issues and continually challenge the way they think.


Finally, we act on what we’re continually learning. We want our ways of working, benefits and opportunities to acknowledge and celebrate the diversity of our people.

We’ve partnered with a number of organisations to help us promote diversity in the workplace and achieve our inclusivity goals.

Our respect networks

Our employee networks play a crucial role in the delivery of our Listen. Educate. Act. strategy. They build communities across geographical regions, supporting our employees in their professional and personal development. Our networks also give our employees a place to share experiences and actively support diversity and inclusion initiatives.

Social mobility

We are committed to creating an environment where everyone can thrive, irrespective of their socio-economic background. We aim to have a diverse and inclusive workforce, supporting all our employees to make a positive contribution to our local communities. Supporting social mobility is a core focus within this commitment. Through our partnerships and programmes, we aim to create opportunities for young people, irrespective of where they are from or who they know.



Wellbeing is more than a series of strategies or initiatives to us. We’ve built a positive and diverse culture of wellbeing that encourages our people to be proactive, prioritise themselves and to understand how to support others around them. Wellbeing is a key consideration in our approach to corporate responsibility, diversity and inclusion and how we work.

It’s simple, our people are at their best when they’re well. To us, that means wellbeing is a crucial topic we never want to ignore.

Wellbeing is our commitment to our people, and we take a comprehensive approach to wellbeing that is in line with our values of respect, integrity and stewardship.

Wellbeing is more than mental health, or even physical, as wellbeing looks at every aspect of our people’s lives – from work/life balance to inclusion. ‘Working well’ enables our people to work at their best, allowing us to provide a premium service to our clients.

We’ve built a safe and supportive working environment and a healthy culture that encourages openness and proactivity. And through more formal initiatives, such as those driven by corporate responsibility and Diversity & Inclusion, we’re working to support everyone’s diverse wellbeing needs.

Our holistic approach empowers our people to maintain their work-life balance and flourish across four pillars of health and wellbeing – physical, psychological, social and financial.

Healthy Minds

We offer tools and support to help people maintain a positive mental state and cope with the challenges of day-to-day life, while reaching their full professional potential

Physical Wellbeing

​​​​​​​We encourage our people to get active and look at every aspect of staying physically well, including diet, fitness and sleep.

Financial Wellbeing

We offer financially-focused tools, benefits and education to help our people effectively manage their current and future financial health.

Social Wellbeing

We’ve built a positive working culture, where people can connect with colleagues in an environment that supports individual and firm-wide success.

We focus on prevention, while making it easy to access more immediate professional support when needed. Using storytelling and education, we’re able to raise awareness of the most crucial aspects of wellbeing.

Our dedicated national wellbeing team work to ensure wellbeing is incorporated into every moment that matters whilst also running education wellbeing webinars covering topics from breaking down the stigma of mental health to financial education. Our team brings their expertise and shape our approach to wellbeing, looking at the needs of our diverse people, and developing and implementing our national wellbeing strategy.

Our wellbeing ambassadors, located within each of our offices, lead regular events, ranging from online exercise classes to tips for eating. They are also trained Mental Health First Aid Champions should any of our employees need some additional support.

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Our people are our most important asset. That’s why we offer a flexible reward and benefit package that will help you have fulfilling experiences – both in and out of work.

You’ll get access to benefits that enhance your health and wellbeing, helping you maintain a strong work/life balance.

With competitive financial rewards and a culture of recognition for hard work, we want you to feel truly rewarded.

Watch the video below to find out more about how our benefits can be tailored to suit your needs.


The UK 300 2021/22

The UK 300 2021/22

The 300 most popular graduate employers in the UK, as voted by students

Shortlisted - The most popular graduate recruiter in accounting and financial management award

Shortlisted - The most popular graduate recruiter in accounting and financial management award

As voted for by students. Announced at the targetjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards 2022

Shortlist - The most popular graduate recruiter in accounting and financial management award 2024, sponsored by University of Exeter

Shortlist - The most popular graduate recruiter in accounting and financial management award 2024, sponsored by University of Exeter

Shortlist - The most popular graduate recruiter in accounting and financial management award 2024,

Latest opportunities

Latest opportunities

  • Accounting and Business Advisory Assistant Placement (AIA) - Aberdeen - August 2024

  • Internal Auditor Assistant - Bristol - Placement - August 2024

  • Accounting and Business AFR Advisory (ICAS) Assistant - Glasgow - Graduate - August 2024

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