Graduate Program Global Mobility Services

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Graduate Program Global Mobility Services

Use your analytical thinking to put the pieces of the global mobility puzzle together, all with the support of a young and dynamic team!
In the 24 months Graduate Program you will rotate through different areas of our practice and find out where you can best put your strengths to use.

Zurich

October 2021

100%

Permanent contract

Responsibilities & Profile

Your contribution to KPMG

  • Rotate through up to five teams within our Global Mobility Services practice gaining experience in various aspects of global mobility
  • Prepare tax returns, consult on social security and tax questions, give payroll advice and support the management of some of our biggest accounts
  • Build a valuable network within KPMG Switzerland and abroad as well as with leading multinational companies
  • Bring innovative ideas on how to improve what we do and exchange your ideas with like-minded peers
  • Benefit from substantial investments in your development by receiving regular trainings on everything related to global mobility

This is what makes you successful

  • You have a Master’s or a Bachelor’s degree. All academic backgrounds are welcome and add to our extensive understanding of global mobility
  • You are innovative, a quick learner, up for a challenge and want to work for a leader in global mobility. You thrive in a fast paced environment that requires you to adapt frequently
  • You want to grow professionally as well as personally. Maybe even gain international work experience. Some of our Grads have made it to NYC and Japan
  • You want to work in an international and multicultural setting. Our teams are made up of a great number of different backgrounds
  • Intermediate German and English language skills (minimum B2 level), any other language adds to our diversity

Meet the team: Global Mobility Services

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