Graduate Forensic Technology
Our graduate training programme is underpinned by a development framework that broadens and deepens your knowledge. You'll learn from hands-on coaching and an outstanding variety of work, picking up business, personal and technical skills you can use across the network, and throughout your career.
Our Forensic Technology team helps clients manage vast amounts of electronic data and helps to locate the key emails, mobile phone evidence and electronic documents needed to investigate complex, fast-paced issues often in the public eye.
Prevention is even better; knowing where vulnerabilities are and managing the risks involved. When disputes or regulatory investigations arise, a timely resolution relies on organisations being prepared. And this is what we help our clients with every day.
What you'll gain
When you join the Forensic Technology team you’ll receive training in a wide range of technical and non-technical skills. Through project work and training, you’ll gain skills to allow you to apply cutting edge techniques to solve complex challenging problems and apply smart data-driven solutions to our clients’ issues. As part of your role you could be detecting fraud, insider trading or employee misconduct, or working alongside lawyers on litigations and regulatory matters.
What you'll need
If you are naturally inquisitive, have an analytical mind and enjoy solving problems, we would be interested in talking to you. Candidates should also be prepared to travel as some of our opportunities can require team members to work at other PwC offices or client sites across the UK or overseas on a temporary basis (subject to government advice/guidelines). You'll need to have achieved or be on track to pass an undergraduate degree or above in a STEM related subject (Science/Technology/Engineering/Maths) and demonstrate a passion for a career in technology and how organisations use it. We determine whether you're on course to pass based on the grades you achieved in your last completed year of academic study.