As a Technology Solutions Intern you will be supporting the Technology Solutions Team in delivering consultancy advice in different data privacy to the any kind of industry.
Your role will be to assist clients to assess and improve their existing methods, policies, systems and ensure compliance with best practices and regulatory guidance in data privacy.
You will support the Technology Services Team with determining appropriate methods of data collection and research methodology. You will also help interpret the information gained and formulate and implement recommendations and solutions that are tailored to the client’s needs.
Examples of projects that you may be asked to assist with include:
- Data Privacy (GDPR and Privacy Shield) compliance assignments, eg. reviews of a client’s data management framework, privacy policies, reporting to regulators (such as ICO), etc
- Improving a client’s internal processes and systems
- Business development
You will also assist with the running of workshops, external seminars, conferences and with the publication of internal and external articles on topics of interest for technology solutions.
During your internship, your typical daily duties will include:
- Research, collect, prepare and present information/statistics as required
- Consider the impact of legislation upon specific requirements
- Conduct reviews of clients’ processes, systems, policies, regulatory compliance needs in an organised and systematic way
- Collect and synthesise information from fieldwork and draft client-specific conclusions/recommendations
- Maintain professional working relationships with clients throughout the fieldwork and social activities
- Prepare presentations/ marketing collaterals, using appropriate graphics software and other media, ensuring that documents are compliant with the firm’s standards
- Support with the management of tender proposals for new work
- Ensure timesheets are completed on a weekly basis
- Have an awareness of the various services provided by Mazars
- Attend all training courses as required
We operate a number of in-house training courses which will give you the technical insight to keep up with changes in legislation and case law, both in the UK and worldwide.
You will be given a mentor and an appraising manager to keep your career and aspirations on track.
After you’ve joined the firm there will be an opportunity for you to study towards a professional qualification if desired.
At Mazars we don’t have a “one size fits all” approach to benefits. We want you to be able to choose benefits that you want, rather than have all benefits chosen for you.
“my” is a scheme that you manage through a personalised online system. Benefits are organised into five categories: my family, my finance and security, my leisure and lifestyle, my health and wellbeing and my charitable giving.
We are an internationally integrated, transparent and independent organisation specialising in audit, tax, and advisory services. Mazars has a global presence in 77 countries with over 17,000 professionals. In the UK, we operate from 20 offices with over 1,600 professionals.
The more we grow as individuals; the more Mazars grows.
Mazars is all about people – we believe that each individual makes a difference to the Mazars culture. As an international firm with strong European roots, we are a melting pot of different cultures and disciplines. Diversity is one of our main strengths.
Our firm has thrived because of the quality of our individuals – the work we do makes a long-term difference to our clients’ successes and goals. With a global network of offices, we continue to encourage our people to express themselves openly – to add their individual talents and opinions to the Mazars mosaic.
We all work within a culture of high support and high challenge at Mazars. We are not afraid to take on new and greater responsibilities. But we do this through encouragement – not pressure and competition.
We are looking for people who bring something special to the firm and who also have some distinctive qualities. We want driven people who think creatively about their work, embrace challenges and can resolve complex problems.
- Required: French language skills.
- Demonstrates strong analytical and research skills
- Strong writing skills
- Takes ownership of assigned tasks and adopts a pro-active approach
- Ability to organise and prioritise workload
- Produces accurate and timely work
- Participates in meetings, providing information and ideas with clarity and persuasiveness
- Ability to build relationships
- Respects differences in people and values diversity of ideas
- Applies active listening skills – asks questions when necessary but makes basic assumptions when appropriate
- Actively seeks to enhance own expertise and knowledge
- Demonstrates drive and commitment to self-development
- Professional approach to work and clients i.e. professional appearance, respect for individuals, and ethical conduct
- Interest in new technologies, start-ups, digital transformation
Qualifications and experience requirements
- Achieved, or on track to achieve, a masters degree in IT related discipline or a business/law related discipline
- 2:1 or above in any degree discipline (or equivalent)
- Minimum of 280 UCAS points (to have achieved in the same academic year, from your best three A-levels and excluding general studies).
- Grade B or above in GCSE English Language and maths.
If there were extenuating/exceptional circumstances that affected your result(s), please tell us in your application form so we can consider whether we take them into account.
Accepted degree subjects
business and management studies · computer sciences and IT · law and legal studies
Contract and working hours
Fixed term · Full-time immediate start
How to apply
Number of vacancies: Five
Closing date: 30/06/2017
This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 30/06/2017