Why EY?

We are change agents and cyber gurus. Performance improvers and problem solvers. Data scientists and growth hackers. Risk managers and confidence builders. We’re 270,000 global perspectives ready to welcome yours.

Here at EY, you’ll build a legacy. You’ll grow your skillset, and expand your mindset. You’ll focus your intelligence and imagination on the most crucial, complex issues facing business, government and society today.

We serve clients far beyond Northern Ireland and take pride in knowing the work we do strengthens economies and communities in Europe, the US and Asia. With a varied client base spanning multiple industry sectors, you’ll have a real opportunity to affect change locally and globally.

Belfast features a combination of services and departments which give it a flavour all of its own, while also connecting it to other parts of our network around the country, and across the globe. Throughout four integrated service lines – Assurance, Advisory, Tax and Transaction Advisory Services – and our deep sector knowledge, we help our clients to capitalize on new opportunities and assess and manage risk to deliver responsible growth. Out high preforming, multidisciplinary teams help them fulfil regulatory requirements, keep investors informed and meet stakeholder needs.

We bring extraordinary people, like you, together to build a better working world. Follow EY on Radar and you will be first to know about all our new graduate and students opportunities.

Our Benefits

  • Pension Contribution
  • Annual Leave
  • Hot Desking
  • Work from Home
  • Social Events
Tax Team Analyst Belfast Up to £20,000 Graduate Job Large (250+ staff)

Why EY? At EY, we are expanding our People Advisory Services practice and specifically building on UK&I Short Term Business Traveller team in Belfast. Automation and Global Tax Authority enforcement are having a massive impact on our clients’ HR and People processes. We have demand for expertise in the assessment, design, deployment and control of […]

Accounting Analysts Belfast Up to £20,000 Graduate Job Large (250+ staff)

Why EY? This is an exciting opportunity to join a fast growing managed service team within EY. This is a new team which is being formed to lead the delivery of a key growth area within our Global Compliance and Reporting (GCR) service. The role will be based in the UK&I Delivery Centre and focused […]

Associate, Forensics eDiscovery Belfast Up to £20,000 Graduate Job Large (250+ staff)

Why EY? EY’s Forensic eDiscovery team is a global, data-focused unit within the Forensics department of our Financial Services business and specialises in forensic technology services encompassing eDiscovery, Forensic Data Analytics and IT Forensic investigations. Using state of the art tools, our teams support clients with compliance management, fraud investigation and fraud detection. Across all […]

Associate: Tax and Finance Operate Belfast Up to £20,000 Graduate Job Large (250+ staff)

Why EY? Tax touches every aspect of our lives and is one of the largest items of expense any organisation or individual has to consider. On top of that, current issues such as the reform of international taxation, tax transparency, and the way in which we and our clients are using disruptive technology mean that […]

Project Management Analyst Belfast Up to £20,000 Graduate Job Large (250+ staff)

Why EY? At EY, we are expanding our Advisory team in the Belfast Delivery & Innovation Centre. We are now recruiting for our Project Management Services, a rapidly growing and high performing team, which delivers leading edge business intelligence and PMO services for our clients. The Project Management Services Team is one of a number […]

Data Analyst Belfast Up to £20,000 Graduate Job Large (250+ staff)

Why EY? We are now recruiting for our Analytics Team which has been set-up to meet unprecedented market demand. The Analytics Team will deliver leading edge business intelligence and analytics for our clients, to drive performance improvement across multiple services and operational functions. The Analytics Team will be one of a number of services being […]

More about EY

  • Our Culture
    Our purpose – building a better working world – is the foundation of our culture and a distinctive culture starts with great people. We have people and operations in more than 150 countries. Running through everything are our shared values, which influence the way we work with each other, the way we serve our clients and the way we engage with our communities. We aspire to have a leading people culture everywhere in the world. Creating a culture that attracts and retains outstanding people and helps them thrive leads to better service for our clients. We are investing in three key elements of our culture that enhance what is important to our clients and our people: Inclusiveness, Development and Engagement. A huge part of our culture involves sponsoring a number of networks within the firm. These networks add hugely to our value in the communities in which we work. Over half of our people belong to one or more of them. Examples are: - EY Women's Network - Unity – EY’s network for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender communities, and their allies (LGBTA) - Ability EY (including: Autism Network, Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Network, Dyslexia Network, Mental Health Network, Stammering and Speech Network, Wellbeing and Mobility Network)
  • Diversity and Inclusiveness
    Talk to anyone at EY and they’ll tell you how rewarding it is to work with people from different backgrounds and cultures. Inclusiveness means making sure all our people’s voices are heard and valued. This not only helps attract and retain the best people, but also it helps get better answers for our clients and our organization. At EY we have long valued everyone’s differences and have worked hard to build a culture that embraces diversity and inclusiveness. Diverse organisations improve collaboration and drive better financial performance by harnessing the power of different experiences, knowledge and skills. In our day-to-day work, we do all we can to create a culture where people feel they belong
  • How we support the community
    We encourage, support and coordinate many volunteering activities — in education, entrepreneurship and environmental sustainability — all in a way that makes real use of your unique skills and capabilities for a far greater impact. Employees are given two days of volunteer time; last year our people in the UK volunteered for more than 40,000 hours in total — and raised over £2.2m. Through our EY Foundation charity, you’ll have the opportunity to help the community and develop career-enhancing skills in new and different contexts. You can improve your public speaking, sharpen your negotiating skills and collaborate with people from a variety of backgrounds, all within the context of a good cause. We also support many charities and are a pillar of support in the Arts.

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Read EY employee Niall Scullion's blog to find out how EY's Unity Network for their LGBTQ+ employees finally let him be himself in the workplace. ....

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