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KPMG Graduate Trainee Recruitment Programme 2018

KPMG Professional Services and KPMG Advisory Services are the KPMG member firm in Nigeria. The partners and people have been operating in Nigeria since 1978, providing multidisciplinary professional services to both local and international organisations within the Nigerian business community.

Our vision is to build and sustain our reputation as the best firm to work with by ensuring our people, clients and communities achieve their full potential. Here, are committed to working with our clients to cut through complexities of the business world – finding solutions and adding value.

Click here to view other KPMG Career Opportunities - May 2018

Are you willing to gain invaluable business perspective that opens up countless opportunities for personal and professional growth?

Can you offer ideas about how businesses could improve their operations and cope with the ever-evolving business landscape?

We are looking to hire young, vibrant and driven Graduate Trainees.

Interested candidates must:

1. Show adaptability, willingness to learn new skills and commitment to exceptional delivery
2. Possess exceptional oral and written communication skills
3. Be innovative and creative
4. Be below 26 years old
5. Have a minimum of 5 O’ level credits (including English & Mathematics) at ONE sitting
6. Have graduated from the University with a minimum of Second Class (Upper Division)
7. Have graduated from Nigerian Law School with a minimum of Second Class (Upper Division) — for Law graduates only
8. Not have written the KPMG graduate test before
9. Be about to complete or must have completed the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme

Click here to view more details and apply

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