Your first year at Grant Thornton will lay the foundation for the rest of your career. You'll have challenging work, plenty of training, and enough resources to help you grow and prosper in your career.
Your growth, your rewards
As a new hire, you'll be assigned a coach who will help orient you to our
firm, help guide your career and answer your questions.
- You'll receive a performance evaluation after every project over 40 hours so that you know exactly how you’re doing.
- You'll receive an annual performance evaluation, which will be based not only on your work performance, but on career development.
Your education continues
Within your first month, you'll participate in a week of in-house technical training on accounting tools and techniques, and a second week of face to face national training with more in-depth study of specific tools and procedures in a case study environment.
|You’ll participate in:
- Instructor-led local office or regional training for a more hands-on knowledge experience
- National webcast training
- On-the-job training from experienced staff and seniors
- On-demand individual training sessions through Grant Thornton University
- Exam preparation -- We offer the Becker CPA Review Course to eligible entry-level new hires at no cost and will reimburse related exam fees.
- Educational assistance -- We provide assistance for professional licensure, without an annual limit, to all employees.
- International opportunities -- Through exchange programs with member firms, Grant Thornton provides qualified personnel the opportunity to gain valuable work experience in one of our international offices.
Your leaders will lead
- You’ll be assigned to engagements that generally last from two to four weeks.
- You’ll have the opportunity to visit various client locations.
- You’ll regularly interact with managers and partners, who typically visit several times during the engagement.
Sometimes it’s bigger than you
Each office offers a variety of activities to help you bond with your co-workers and to give back to the community. These include an annual firm outing, an annual holiday party, end-of-busy-season celebrations, social get-togethers, athletic opportunities, recruiting events, charitable drives, diversity activity and more.