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30+ days ago

In House Recruiter

Ernst & Young Belfast, Northern Ireland

As a result we are looking for an experienced Recruitment Officer to be an integral part of growing our new business in Belfast. This is an… Ernst & Young

30+ days ago

UKI Assurance, Audit Manager

EY Belfast, Northern Ireland

As a result of this expansion, we are looking to recruit experienced Audit Managers to join our new business unit in Belfast. Job Purpose: As an… EY

23 days ago

Personal Tax Senior - Human Capital

Ernst & Young Belfast, Northern Ireland

We are recruiting for a talented Personal Tax Senior to join our growing team. The role covers tax compliance, including income tax, capital gains… Ernst & Young

30+ days ago

Chartered Accountants

EY Belfast, Northern Ireland

EY is committed to being the most globally integrated professional services organisation – delivering a global service on a local level - and EY is… EY

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    I have been working at EY full-time (more than 10 years)


    I have found the culture at EY to be second to none. The people that we work with and the leaders that we work for are all top notch and often some of the best and brightest in their field. I have personally found the flexibility to be outstanding. Yes, we work hard, but many of us are able to work from home and/or have flexibility of the hours that we work. As long as the work gets done, I find that management doesn't much care whether or not you work a typical 9-5 or finish your work at 10 PM after your kids have gone to bed.


    It is an incredibly complex environment. Our new employee will need to be comfortable asking questions and will need to have patience with themselves as it will take time for them to truly learn our business.

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    Encourage employees to bubble up new ideas and be open to implementing the good ideas. Allow for more face to face time with internal teams and clients.

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