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Sofia chose our Cyber team because she felt it could offer her work that really mattered. Now she gets to keep the technological wheels of industry turning. And when she’s not, she’s hard at work in her spinning classes.

When did you join Deloitte and what’s your role?

I joined the Cyber team in September 2017.

Why Cyber? And why Deloitte?

I was previously working in IT procurement and I saw the impact Cyber has on organisations. I became very interested in it and researched the area a lot. I chose Deloitte because of its outstanding reputation.

What do you like best about working here?

I like that the work is varied. There are different clients, and many areas to Cyber. There is a lot of opportunity to pick up new skills.

What would you say are the three best reasons to join us?

I’d say it’s the opportunity to work alongside world-class professionals with top clients, for a start. You get opportunities to study and gain new qualifications too, and the work is really varied and interesting.

How would you describe your journey with us?

I’ve enjoyed my Graduate journey so far. I have been able to work in an area of Cyber that I am really interested in. Deloitte are quick to give you responsibility and I’ve been fortunate enough to hold my own client meeting and participate in a client workshop. In addition, I’ve been able to get involved with volunteering.

What are your interests outside of work?

I enjoy spinning and reading – though not at the same time!

If you’re ready to make an impact too, apply for our Cyber apprenticeship.


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