PwC jobs in Birmingham as company announces cost of living hike


Thousands of PwC employees are set to get a 9% pay rise as the cost of living crisis continues to rumble. The accounting firm said half of its 20,000 UK staff would get a raise of at least 9%, while 70% would get a raise of 7% or more.

PwC said salaries for many of its entry-level programs would also increase, with starting salaries in audit roles rising by 10% and consulting graduates getting a raise of just over 8%. . The announcement came as inflation in Britain hit 9.1% in May, the highest level for 40 years.

Chairman Kevin Ellis said PwC could not “ignore market pressures” and wanted to “ensure salaries at all levels are as competitive as possible”. He added: “We know that pay will be an increasingly important consideration given the rising cost of living – we want to stay competitive and continue to attract the best talent and skills from across the UK. “

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PwC currently advertises hundreds of jobs on its website, many at its Birmingham office for those living in the city, Black Country or Worcestershire. The company is recruiting across several different industries, including accounting, business services and technology – here’s a look at some of the positions available.

The full list of jobs is available here.

Digital audit manager

PwC is looking for a Digital Audit Manager who will help clients solve complex business problems, from strategy to executions. They will also be involved in training junior staff and building working relationships with clients.

The job posting reads: “Digital Audit is a specialist team within our audit practice that combines a combination of technology, data, business and accounting expertise to digitally audit Clients Across All Industries In digital auditing, you will have the opportunity to work with a variety of clients, industries and technologies.

“You will focus on the ability of audit teams to understand financial data flows and supporting IT systems and controls. You will need to be a people person, tenacious and resilient.”

You can find the full job posting here.

Web Software Engineer

A vacancy in Birmingham has opened up at PwC’s Tech Central, ascq describes a “technology-focused function working alongside other PwC teams”. The job posting continues: “Tech Central is growing rapidly and the environment in which our employees work is fueled by ingenuity, collaboration and innovation.

“Our employees are knowledgeable and passionate about the work they do.”

As a software engineer, you will need several skills and experiences, including an understanding of the HTTP, HTML, CSS, and Javascript model. The announcement adds: “As a Software Engineer, you will join our growing community of developers to deliver world-class, high-value products and services.”

You can find the full job posting here.

Recruitment Officer

PwC is looking for a Recruitment Officer in several different offices, including Birmingham. The job posting reads: “Our experienced recruitment team handle the recruitment of thousands of people to PwC in the UK each year.

“Our team consists of over 120 talent acquisition professionals, each passionate about providing recruitment solutions that enable us to attract high caliber and diverse candidates to PwC.”

You can apply here.

Corporate Tax, Manager

PwC is “seeking business advisory and tax specialists at the Deputy Director, Director or Senior Manager level in five of our regional offices.” The job posting continues: “We are an ambitious and growing tax practice with 350 people spread across these offices.

“We are looking for people with a range of business tax experience and backgrounds. You can be based in one of our five offices, with the option of hybrid and part-time work.”

You can find out more about the job here.


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