Analyst Intern, Dispute Advisory, Financial Advisory - Winter 2024 - Multiple Locations
Job Type: Co-op/Intern
Reference code: 124331
Primary Location: Toronto, ON
All Available Locations: Toronto, ON; Quebec City, QC
At Deloitte, we are driven to inspire and help our people, organization, communities, and country to thrive. Our Purpose is to build a better future by accelerating and expanding access to knowledge. Purpose defines who we are and gives us reason to exist as an organization.
By living our Purpose, we will make an impact that matters.
Do you enjoy developing innovative solutions to complex problems, leveraging technology and data analytics to drive effectiveness and efficiency in your work, and working as part of a collaborative team? We would love to meet you!
What will your typical day look like?
As an Intern on our Disputes & Litigation team, you will:
- Work on client engagement teams executing on projects, supporting key decision-makers in developing and executing deliverables;
- Contribute to presentation materials, reports and schedules for client engagements;
- Prioritize objectives and contribute to project planning and status reporting;
- Actively focus on developing effective communication and relationship-building skills; and
- Work in a collaborative team environment.
About the team
Deloitte’s Disputes Advisory team specializes in providing independent assessments of economic losses by performing financial analysis and utilizing accounting and business valuation techniques.
We differentiate ourselves through the breadth and depth of our experience, as well as our deployment and application of technology accelerators and data analytics. Our goal is to make the complex simple, leading the way to successful dispute resolution.
Permanent Analysts within Financial Advisory join our Quick Start development program. Through Quick Start, analysts receive up-front training covering key topics from across our Financial Advisory practice, including advisory and technical skills, quality/risk processes, engagement lifecycle, and project management principles. Once the training is complete, our analysts are deployed on client engagements, proposals, and strategic initiatives. A CPA stream is available for analysts who need to obtain working hours for their designation.
The objective of our Quick Start program is to provide analysts with exposure to a broad range of engagements, projects, and initiatives from across all service lines within our Financial Advisory practice. By developing core skills across multiple dimensions, the program aims to assist our analysts in building their careers as future advisors and agile leaders.
Enough about us, let’s talk about you
In this role, the expected qualifications are:
- Working towards completing a post-secondary degree or diploma in accounting, mathematics, business administration, or a related field. Candidates pursuing their CPA designation are preferred.
- Strong communication skills (written and verbal), including experience in conducting research, synthesizing data, writing reports, and preparing presentations. Fluency in French is required for those candidates applying to join our offices in Quebec.
- An aptitude for quantitative and qualitative analysis, such as financial analysis or modeling, market research and analysis, project problem diagnosis, and solution development.
- A great problem-solver, self-starter, and is highly organized.
- Strong interpersonal skills and is able to work as part of a team.
- Willing and able to travel in Canada, as required.
Quebec Location: We require basic English language skills to meet the needs of our clients. In the context of mandates, you could work for clients with activities outside of Quebec and where the first language is English
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The next step is yours
Apply by September 19, 2023 at 11:59 PM EST.
To be considered, you must submit your cover letter, resume and unofficial transcript in ONE PDF document
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