Chartered Accountants ANZ Employment Evening
Fast track your career in business and finance
Graduate employment is at its lowest for over 30 years*. Most students rely on the internet alone to do their job search**.
What will give you the best chance of success? Go to Chartered Accountants ANZ Employment Evening to get yourself in front of the people that count:
- Get noticed with direct access to HR professionals
- Talk to specialists from business, finance and accounting industries
- Learn more about employers and available job roles
- Get top tips on how to be a successful candidate
- Hear from Chartered Accountants who are leaders in business and finance
- Attend and enter our passport competition for your chance to win an Apple Watch
Date – Wed 16 March
Time – 5pm
Address – The Palladium at Crown, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank
Book your place now, free of charge:
Employers that attended an Employment Evening in 2015 included:
Accru Hobart, Audit Office of NSW, Auditor General’s Department, Australian National Audit Office, Australian National University, Australian Taxation Office, BDO, Bentleys, Boyce Chartered Accountants, Brentnalls SA, Commonwealth Bank, Crofts Chartered Accountants, Crowe Horwath, Deloitte, Department of Defense, Department of Foreign Affairs, Department of Treasury and Finance, DFK Everalls, Dixon Advisory, Edwards Marshall, ESV, EY, Ferrier Hodgson, Fordham, GMK Partners Pty Ltd, Grant Thornton, HLB Mann Judd, Hood Sweeney, KordaMentha, KPMG, LDB Accountants & Advisors, Macquarie Group, Maxim Chartered Accountants, McGrathNicol, Monash Professional Pathways, Moore Stephens, Navitas Professional, Nexia, NSW Treasury, PCA People, Performance Education Group, Perks, Pitcher Partners, Protiviti, PwC, Reserve Bank of Australia, RSM, ShineWing Australia, Spry Roughley, Tasmanian Audit Office, Tilbrook Rasheed, Tregloans, UHY Haines Norton, University of Canberra, Vincents Chartered Accountants, William Buck, Wise Lord & Ferguson, Woolworths Limited.
* Source: Graduate Outlook Survey (2014): 68% of bachelor graduates from the class of 2014 had a full-time job four months after graduating – the lowest full-time employment rate for new graduates since Graduate Careers Australia began measuring in 1982.
** 2013 Graduate Destination Survey: bachelor degree graduates who had actively sought employment in the year prior to graduating, the majority (75.3 per cent) indicated they sought employment via an ‘advertisement on the internet’