Our firm has been able to support the UK for over 150 years because of the strength of our culture. Today, we’re creating an organisation that is more inclusive, more transparent and more accountable every day, anchored to our Values.
We’re seizing the opportunity to reshape the work we do and how we do it, to deliver for the UK in this new economic environment. Our people will work differently, in reimagined environments and we’re committed to simplified structures through investing in workplace tools that enable us to collaborate and innovate, whether you’re working at home, in our office or at client sites.
Powered by passion, guided by values and backed by technology, we will create a sustainable firm, that supports the UK, in a connected world.
This is Our KPMG.
KPMG in the UK is part of a global network of firms that offers Audit, Consulting, Deal Advisory, Tax & Law, Technology & Engineering and Business Services. Through the talent of over 16,000 colleagues, we bring our imagination and insight to our clients’ most critical issues.
We exist to help the UK’s people, communities and businesses to thrive and grow. We work with organisations from small start-ups and individuals to major multinationals. The assurance we provide helps businesses attract investment and grow. The advice we give helps our clients create value, improve what they do and employ more people to do it.
We aim to attract exceptional people from diverse backgrounds. If you are looking for a part-time role, with a more flexible approach to work that can fit around your lifestyle, KPMG have a range of opportunities that will develop your skills.
We expect a lot from you, but you can expect as much in return. From options for Intelligent Working, our commitment to getting you back into work and our extensive Employee Networks offer an inclusive environment where everyone feels empowered.
Everybody has their own unique circumstances. We’ll try hard to accommodate yours, creating a schedule that works for you. It’s called Intelligent Working.
That means considering any working schedule that’s outside the traditional working pattern, focusing on outcomes rather than time spent at work. The aim is to achieve the right balance for everyone, enabling us to help our people build their careers without sacrificing their personal priorities. It’s all about focusing on outcomes and trusting our people to do the right thing for themselves and our firm.
We are currently restructuring our Return to Work programmes in Audit, Deal Advisory, Tax & Law and Consulting. We’ll be relaunching our programmes as soon as possible so please do check back.
In the meantime, please find out more HERE or to search and apply for current vacancies
“Another attraction for me was that I’ve got two young children, a four year old and a five month old, and there’s a lot of flexibility here. I can work from home a couple of days a week, for example.”
Mark studied e-Business at Liverpool University – a course that combined technology and business. After graduating, he joined a large digital agency based in the North West. He then went on to join a big retailer and met the team from KPMG who were implementing a procurement solution there. Today he’s a Programme Management Office (PMO) Manager based in Manchester.
“When I first came across KPMG, what really appealed to me was the way the team worked, the talent they had and how well they integrated with us as the client.
One of the key things for me was the KPMG reputation – there’s a lot of prestige to it and I feel very proud and privileged to be here. I didn’t think I’d be able to have a career like this at a leading professional services firm being based in the North West. I’d just assumed it would be more about audit and tax, and there’s so much more to it than that.
“I work with some brilliant talent, including the apprentices and graduates whom I mentor, develop and support. It’s really rewarding to be able to share my knowledge and experience to support these colleagues to establish their careers.”
There are always fresh challenges to address, which is perfect for me as a natural problem solver. The team is based in different locations, but we have a really good culture, utilising digital tools to communicate.
I’ve got huge scope to develop here both personally and professionally, working with Senior Managers, Directors and Partners. The opportunities really are endless.”