EY people working in Tax help make sure that our clients are paying the right tax, in the right way. If one of our clients starts doing business in another country, how much tax should they pay there? Tax laws change all the time, so keeping up with regulations is a big part of working in Tax.
In a digitally-driven world, we need transform our business to prepare for changes happening in our profession as a result of emerging technologies. This means changing the way in which we deliver services to our clients, involving the introduction of a high degree of automation. We’re looking for people who will combine their tax and digital expertise to lead our business into the future.
As an apprentice on the EY Degree Apprenticeship in Digital Innovation - Tax, you’ll be instrumental in helping to drive new ideas from day one, creating innovative solutions across risk, strategy, finance and operations. At the same time you will study towards a degree, helping you to develop in-demand digital skills that will prepare you for the workplace of the future, whilst earning a starting salary of up to £21,500.
To be eligible for the EY Degree Apprenticeship in Digital Innovation - Tax you should be studying towards, or have attained, three A-levels/five Scottish Highers, or equivalent.