First Nations, Métis, Inuit Candidates- Audit & Assurance New Grad Opportunity

Calgary, Alberta, Canada
USD 48,500.00 - 74,000.00 per year
04 May 2024
30 May 2024
Job role
Experience level
Qualified accountant
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Are you a natural problem solver? Are you about to graduate and looking for a great way to start a career in finance? If so... we want to hear from you!

Deloitte is looking for bright and motivated students to join their team as an Assurance and Audit Intern.

What will your typical day look like?

• As an Audit Staff Accountant, you will work with collaborative teams to audit a wide range of Canadian and international companies across industries; providing assurance to collaborators which is integral to the proper function of the capital markets. Supported by your team, you will learn Deloitte' audit methodology and innovations, use data analytics to derive insights for your clients and develop as a professional in a culture that fosters learning and growth. With that said, no two days are the same. Our clients evolve and so do we.

• As an Assurance Analyst, you will review and contribute to the planning and execution of Accounting Operations and Reporting Advisory projects. Our Assurance team focuses on enabling CFOs and their Finance teams for success. You will be involved in delivering our core services which include new standards implementation services, accounting framework conversion, securities offering services, IPO readiness, accounting and reporting for transactions, CFO / Finance Effectiveness Workshops, Finance Operating Model Assessments, Finance Process Mapping / Redesign, "Fix Finance" projects designed to remediate or upgrade finance processes, controls, documentation, systems and tools and Technology Advisory

About the Program:

We recognize the importance of empowering Indigenous new graduates and providing them with opportunities to develop their skills and thrive in their careers. Through this these full-time, permanent roles aim to provide a meaningful and enriching experience that contributes to personal growth and professional development - this includes connection to an Indigenous Recruiter throughout the recruitment process, several Indigenous community initiatives and events celebrating Indigenous cultures in the workplace, Indigenous specific benefits such as paid cultural days and wellness dollars, mentorship from Indigenous leaders, and more!

Our Purpose

At Deloitte, we are driven by our purpose to make an impact that matters to our clients, our people, and our communities. We have been committed to working alongside Indigenous leaders, communities, and organizations for nearly 30 years. By investing our time and professional skills, we aim to break down barriers, such as access to education and employment, to build an inclusive and sustainable future for all. From our vast Indigenous and allies community, to our recent Silver Level Certification from the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, we continue to strive to advance reconciliation in all areas of our firm driven by our Reconciliation Action Plan.

By living our Purpose, we will make an impact that matters:

• Enjoy flexible, proactive, and practical benefits that foster a workplace of well-being, connectedness, and cultural celebration

• Build a network of colleagues for life

• Be part of a firm that leads the way and pushes themselves to look like contemporary Canada

Total Rewards

The salary range for this position is $48,500 - $74,000, and individuals may be eligible to participate in our bonus program. Deloitte is fair and competitive when it comes to the salaries of our people. We regularly benchmark across a variety of positions, industries, sectors, targets, and levels. Our approach is grounded on recognizing people's unique strengths and contributions and rewarding the value that they deliver.

Our Total Rewards Package extends well beyond traditional compensation and benefit programs and is designed to recognize employee contributions, encourage personal wellness, and support firm growth. Along with a competitive base salary and variable pay opportunities, we offer a wide array of initiatives that differentiate us as a people-first organization. Some representative examples include: flexible work arrangements and a hybrid work structure.


  • Self Identify as First Nations, Métis or Inuit
  • You are eligible to work in Canada
  • You are graduating in 2025 from a diploma or undergraduate program and open to starting a full-time, permanent role either January, May, or September 2025
  • You are a Creative thinker, who's excited by innovation and embraces change. Curious and committed to continuous learning and professional development.
  • Have strong computer skills - Microsoft Office (Excel, Access, etc.)
Company Information
Our mission is to help our clients and our people excel. We are one of the world's leading business advisory organizations. Our size, strength and resources will help us carry out our mission now and in the future.

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