A career in Audit & Assurance can take you to some exciting places. Assistant Manager Verdhan spent his first day on a new client on a plane to Boston! And has since travelled all round the world, meeting some inspiring people. He shares his experience with us

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  1. How did you join Deloitte?

I joined as a Summer Intern, and really enjoyed my time. I applied, and was accepted for the Graduate job.

  1. What are you responsible for in your role?

My client’s a global Pharmaceutical firm, and we work with 10 Deloitte firms. I work on the “group” team and assess the risks globally, and then help our “component” teams build their testing around this. I also hold meetings with the client to understand their processes and find any cracks.

  1. How are you supported to work flexibly?

Deloitte is really big on agile working, and give you the resources and ability to work flexibly. My team and I can work from home when we need to, which can be really useful. But it also allows you to work in a way that best suits you. I value how they trust us to do our work – wherever that may be.

  1. What was your most memorable moment on the job so far?

In my first year, I spent my first day on a new client on a plane to Boston! Since then, I’ve travelled all over the world and have been able to meet some amazing people, both in our other Deloitte offices, and in the client team!

  1. What do you like to do in your spare time?

My friends love hiking, so I spend a lot of weekends exploring England. Nothing beats a pub dinner after a long hike.

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