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EY Government, Public Sector Virtual Career Fair

By Nikita Barboza


At EY, we know that our competitive advantage depends on our ability to draw the best talent from everywhere in the world, and to leverage the differences of our people to deliver exceptional client service. That’s where you come in. Join EY’s Government & Public Sector Virtual Career Fair Thursday November 10th 5-8pm EST.

For experienced candidates (2+ years of experience) that can obtain and maintain a U.S. government, Secret Security clearance or higher, join us for an exclusive opportunity to chat live with practice executives and EY recruiters to discuss opportunities in the following Performance Improvement competencies:

  • Finance
  • IT Data Analytics
  • IT Transformation
  • IT Oracle
  • IT SAP
  • People Advisory Services (PAS)
  • Program Management
  • Strategy
  • Supply Chain

Please register at: engage.vevent.com/rt/eyconnect~virtualfair

If you are unable to attend the virtual career fair and would still like to be considered for an opportunity please click here (or manually type in the link below) to join our talent community: tinyurl.com/GPSPI2016

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