Full-stack developer at PwC
The work as a Full-stack developer at PwC:
Wondering if you qualify? Check out the application criteria for this Challengership right away.
There are the facts
Deadline registration: 01-02-2023
Bachelors or masters degree required
Bachelors or masters degree required
Industry: Accounting & Consulting
Specialism: Full-stack development
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Do you like tinkering with software and enjoy being involved in the entire software development process? Then we will teach you very broad programming knowledge, so you can start working at PwC as a programming jack-of-all-trades!
You will be trained as a full-stack developer in this Challengership and learn to work with various programming tools. You will also work on the development of PwC’s own low coding platform. In no time, you will become a valuable asset in the digitization of PwC’s services. You will work in a highly professional and innovative work environment where there are always challenging software projects.
But who are we and what exactly do we offer? We are Young_Coders. Partner with PwC to recruit, train and mentor tech talent. We are the kickstart to your IT career. We offer you training and work experience at PwC without having to know everything beforehand. After all, you’re going to learn a lot! We work with PwC under the motto “hire attitude, teach skills.”
Here’s what you can expect
✅ A training program paid for you to become a full-stack developer;
✅ Trainings for specialization within full-stack development;
✅ Comprehensive soft skills training;
✅ Personal guidance;
✅ 2 years of work experience at PwC;
✅ Great opportunity for a permanent position at PwC with endless growth opportunities;
✅ Immediately a permanent contract and nice salary.
A Challengership at PwC is challenging, motivating and above all, very educational. You will be working on large software projects. Do you enjoy talking to customers about their needs, or would you rather spend all day at your own desk programming? PwC is always looking for projects where you, as an individual, can do your best work. You will learn to develop software in a highly professional environment and work with the latest technologies.
As a full-stack developer, you will learn the following:
- Programming with Python;
- Work with frameworks and tools such as FastAPI, Docker and Kubernetes;
- Working with a low coding platform.
In addition, you will receive a comprehensive soft skills training, including:
- Soft skills two-day program with overnight stay;
- Individual progress and goals meetings;
- Soft skills exercises and training for 5 months with one class each month.
Sounds good doesn’t it? But when will you be eligible for this Challengership at PwC?
- You have a bachelor or masters degree;
- A STEM or economics major is very helpful in this position, but not a must.
- Additional programming knowledge is of course also welcome;
- You have an interest in finance and working in an international finance environment;
- You are at the beginning of your working career (graduated max 3. years ago);
- You speak and write good Dutch and/or English;
- You live in the Netherlands and may work here for at least three years;
- You are eager to learn and want to kickstart your IT career at PwC!
Does this sound like something for you? Then sign up right away, and we’ll see each other soon!
About Young_Coders and PwC
Young_Coders and PwC are a good fit. Not only do we share the color orange in our logo, but we also stand for the same principles. Like us, PwC believes in developing talent. Together we only look at potential, the skills we teach you. Do you have what it takes to work at PwC? Then we’ll teach you all the hard and soft skills you need to get off to a flying start. In a team where you feel good and in a role that suits your skills and ambitions.
Wondering if you will fit in at PwC? Sign up and play the NeurOlympics games to find out if you have a PwC brain!
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