Graduate Recruitment Programme in Kenya – KPMG

Graduate Recruitment Programme at KPMG East Africa

KPMG East Africa is seeking highly motivated and talented young professionals to join as Associates as part of its Graduate Recruitment Programme. The structured Graduate Programme provides a fun, open culture where associates can bring their great ideas to life. An important part of the team from day one, associates work face-to-face with world class clients on jobs that are relevant to their interests. The Graduate Recruitment Programme offers a supportive environment where leaders are accessible and everyone is invested in training and growth.
Associates will be hired for Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania and serve in one of KPMG’s Audit, Tax and Advisory divisions.
KPMG Associates will have access to some of the most exciting and rigorous business opportunities in East Africa. In addition, they will join a global professional network that nurtures talent and rewards high performance, offering world-class opportunities for advancement and growth.

About KPMG

KPMG’s East Africa practice comprises of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda and additionally provides services to Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, Burundi, Somalia, Ethiopia as well as Eritrea.

KPMG East Africa has 31 partners and over 1000 professional staff. The Nairobi office serves as the regional coordinating office providing the required networking and support to facilitate delivery of services on a timely basis to meet and exceed our clients’ expectation.
Please note that Shortlist is managing this search on behalf of KPMG.

 

Qualifications

·         If you are a recent graduate or you are graduating later this year and you are already eligible to work in Kenya, you are encouraged to apply.
·         Be 21-26 years
·         Second upper degree/GPA 3.0 – all specializations
·         Minimum B in KCSE with B in English and Maths
·         Professional qualifications are an added advantage
How to Apply

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