Armed forces professionals are known for their strong work ethic, commitment to excellence, attention to detail, and ability to succeed in a challenging environment - showcasing many of the same core values we live here at Accenture. The lessons learned in the armed forces are very transferable to the work we do. Leadership, discipline, organisation, teamwork, and doing what it takes to get the job done.
Accenture recognises the value that members of the Armed Forces bring to our workplace which is why Oliver Benzecry signed the Armed Forces Covenant on 10th March 2015. In July 2021 we received the Employer Recognition Scheme Gold Award for outstanding support towards the Armed Forces community. Representing the highest badge of honour, Employer Recognition Scheme Gold Awards are awarded to those that employ and support those who serve, veterans and their families.
We currently have a number of reservists and ex-forces colleagues who are using their transferable skills of teamwork, organisation and leadership to succeed in a challenging business environment. In signing the covenant, we have made a commitment to support your transition from Military to Civilian work, making Accenture an employer of choice for you and your families.
As a global consulting, outsourcing and technology company, we offer a wide range of interesting opportunities for those leaving the armed forces and are interested in pursuing a new career.
Such as Health & Public Service, Logistics, CyberSecurity and Programme Management
Business Process Outsourcing
Including Procurement, HR, Finance, Supply Chain and Accounting
In Business Operations, Finance, HR, Legal, Marketing & Communications, Sales, Research and Workplace Management
Through your armed forces career experience, it is likely that you have lived and worked abroad, developing a keen perspective of the global economy and gaining direct experience working across borders. This international experience translates well to Accenture, as many of our career paths involve working on global teams with international clients.
One of the other most valuable skills you can transfer to Accenture is leadership. In the armed forces, leadership qualities are developed through a progressive and sequential series of carefully planned training, educational, and experiential events—a rigor similar to our own leadership development programme. Whether you end up leading a small group of technology professionals or an international team working in several geographies, you’ll have a chance to put your leadership skills to work at Accenture.
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