Deloitte careers in Sydney NSW
Browse 158 jobs at Deloitte near Sydney NSW
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Administration Assistant in Sydney NSW
on 26 January 2023
Good startFlexible work but lots of red tape. Management are not helpful when wanting to pursue other opportunities within the company. Favouritism is rife but decent staff benefits
Analyst in Sydney City NSW
on 18 December 2022
Analyst from Risk AdvsioryI first joined the Sydney RA team as an intern, then moved on as a grad and now finally, an analyst. I can't speak on the behalf of any other team or location, but Sydney RA was a pretty good department with great colleagues. The work was varied and fast paced and there was never a dull moment. Some cons are definitely the hours of work- no matter how focused you are during your 7hr day, even if you skip lunch, you will never be able to complete all tasks. If you work extra you won't be paid overtime. Their 'flex' work is a little bad e.g. you can take a longer lunch or pick kids from school, but it's expected you'll log back in afterwards, to complete your hrs, etc. There's also a lot of movement of people and projects- my mentor changed 3 times in 2 years for example, and it's the same with projects, you'll be jumping back and forth on things, but it's expected that you figure it out yourself. There's also a weird ego thing that I've noticed during my time e.g. when you cc several people in an email, partners like to be first, followed by directors, etc but if you ever have an issue, partners will never want to hear it and would direct you towards the senior analysts and managers.Apart from this, the Sydney office does offer free caffeine, stocks some quality stationery & there's some great company discounts. My genuine advice for anyone joining Deloitte, or any other big 4, is be prepared to be overworked and on call at short notice and be comfortable with a low junior pay rate.
Manager in Sydney Aus
on 11 December 2022
Good WFH flexibilityGood work from home flexibility. Generally long hours. Lots of work, understaffed with no expectations to hire more. Generally underpaid for the hours worked.
Senior Analyst in Sydney
on 6 October 2022
Good development opportunitiesMy role wasn't as time-demanding as for those in other teams where you're expected to work long hours. Pay is average until you become a manager. Big focus on climate and sustainability.
Director of Risk Analytics in Sydney NSW
on 23 July 2022
Myopic and localised view. This is not a global organisation.Lateral hires are not favoured for partnerships. Partners have their own fiefdom and does not recognise even when efforts have been put in by directors.Jnr to Director level is ok as they are not in direct competitions with Partners.
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