It's part of plans to expand their workforce over a five-year period
Deloitte has welcomed nine new recruits to its Isle of Man office this year with three graduates, three industrial placements and three Bright-Start apprentices.
It follows Deloitte UK’s announcement this month of its plans to hire more than 6,000 new employees into the firm’s UK audit and assurance practice over the next five years.
Deloitte says the varied academic backgrounds reflect the company’s diverse approach to recruitment and new members of staff who are joining the Isle of Man branch, the UK and further afield.
Joining Deloitte on an industrial placement this year are Jamie Casson, who studied Economics, Maths and Product Design at Queen Elizabeth II High School; Robert Buxton, who studied Business Studies, Economics and Global Perspective at Ramsey Grammar School; and Matthew Radcliffe, who studied Business Studies, Economics and Geography at Ramsey Grammar School.
Director at Deloitte, Laura O’Sullivan Spiers said: ‘We are delighted to see continued growth within the company, and we are confident our new additions will gain the experience and knowledge they need as they begin their career here at Deloitte.
‘Our Bright-Start scheme is attracting more young people than ever before. It’s an opportunity to earn while you learn and dive straight into an exciting career. Students can see the advantages of gaining professional, degree-level qualifications whilst helping to solve some of our client's most complex problems right from the start.
‘We are pleased to welcome our new recruits and we look forward to watching them reach their full potential within their new roles.’