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Accenture Australia and New Zealand

  • > 100,000 employees

About Accenture Australia and New Zealand

  • Management Consulting
  • Technology

What it does: Strategy, Consulting, Interactive, Technology and Operations

Staff stats: 569k+ globally with 5k+ of those in ANZ

The good bits: Training and access to leaders, prestigious brand, excellent training

The not so good bits: Project driven deadlines & spikes in workload


The Accenture Backstory

Accenture is a world-conquering professional services company, with leading capabilities in digital, ​cloud, and security. Servicing more than 40 different industries in over 120 countries with annual revenues of around US$44.3 billion, Accenture has office ​locations in 200 cities across 50 countries with a headquarters in Dublin, Ireland. Globally, Accenture employs 569K+ people including data scientists, software engineers, ​web developers,​ digital marketers, and big data specialists.

They have operated in ANZ for over three decades servicing Australia and New Zealand’s most iconic brands across the areas of Financial Services, Communications Media & Technology, Resources, Products and Health & Public Services.

Their unmatched global delivery capabilities allow them to bring the right talent at the right time to their clients from anywhere in the world.  8,000+ patents ​protect their innovation ​and serves as a differentiator against ​the competition. Their primary clients include the majority of Fortune Global 500, governments, and government agencies around the world. (154)

Work Delivering Impact

Accenture is made up of five business units – Strategy, Consulting, Interactive, Technology and Operations. Each unit works together to offer clients an ‘end to end solution’. We work closely with our clients to address the complex challenges they face to:

  • Accelerate growth, productivity and competitiveness​
  • Create healthier, safer, more accessible public & ​
    private services​
  • Accelerate the transition to sustainable low carbon, net zero waste economies​
  • Demonstrate the power of inclusivity and diversity ​
  • Create solutions to societal challenges

Social contribution

In Australia, Accenture partners with non-profits and charities that align with the Skills to Succeed initiatives, such as Dress for Success, Mission Australia and The Smith Family. Accenture has also assisted, most commonly through providing digital technology solutions, the Australian Rugby Union and Australian Youth Orchestra.

  • Accenture is ranked second in Australia’s Top 10 Best Workplaces to Give Back in 2020.
  • In 2021, we aim to give more than 150,000 young Australians and New Zealanders the skills to thrive in a digital world through our Global Giving Program in collaboration with the Alannah and Madeline Foundation and the DQ Institute.

Case Studies:

Takata: Safety in numbers - How license plates and a provocative outreach campaign accelerated an airbag recall.

Beyond Blue: COVID-19: Comfort in crisis - Equipping Australia with a Coronavirus dedicated mental wellbeing support service.

PEXA: Accenture collaborated with Property Exchange Australia Ltd (PEXA) to implement ​DevOps to improve its speed ​of delivery and reduce cost ​of provisioning. 

For more information, please visit our website.

Our People & Culture

We are creating a culture where everyone feels they belong and have equal opportunity. Our ambition is to help our people work at their full potential and achieve their aspirations professionally and personally.  Accenture is committed to creating an inclusive and diverse workplace and does not discriminate on the basis of “race, religion, colour, sex, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expressioncommitment to our people and to accelerating equality for all.

Accenture is full of amazing, diverse people. Read more about them here at our ​Get To Know Us Blogs.

Inclusion & Diversity
Our commitment to inclusion and diversity has never been more relevant than it is today.

Gender Equality:
We believe that gender equality is an essential element ​of an inclusive workplace. We have a 50/50 gender diversity target by 2025. This commitment extends to pay, and we strive to ensure that all our people are compensated fairly and equitably from the moment ​we hire them through the milestones of their careers.​

Pride at Accenture

We are committed to ensuring an inclusive environment for all our people—regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.

Cross cultural and indigenous

We embrace our indigenous heritage and culture, and our ambition is to foster an internal culture where everyone feels they have an equal opportunity to belong and build a career.

Empowering disability inclusion

We are committed to accelerating creating an inclusive, accessible workplace that empowers disability inclusion. We’re committed to becoming a Disability Confident Recruiter (DCR) as recognised by the Australian Network on Disability (AND). We have set an ambitious disability recruitment target of 8.7% by 2022.​

Healthy minds network

We encourage our teams to proactively manage their mental health and maintain good habits. Our Healthy Minds Network helps give people confidence to seek the support they need.


Our goal is to be the employer of choice for veterans and reservists, by building innovative partnerships that ensure veterans, reservists and their spouses succeed in their new careers with us.

Recruitment Process

Applications open at different times of the year and the process varies depending on the role that candidates are applying for. We provide graduate opportunities across our five Services—Technology, Interactive, Operations, Strategy and Consulting.  Here's what to expect -

Step 1: Application

We'll ask for a CV and a cover letter. We'll be looking at the candidates' academic background, work history and team experience. We'll also be checking outside interests and reasons for applying. We request candidates to follow these guidelines:

  • PDF is preferred
  • Save the CV/resume as "Name_CV" or "Name_Resume".
  • Do not upload any other document (i.e. no academic transcript).

Step 2: Eligibility and CV Review

We'll review the CVs for eligibility and suitability for our graduate roles, then we'll be in touch with the candidates for the next steps.

Step 3: HR Touchpoint

Our Graduate Recruiting Team will contact applicants for a chat, where they may be asked to elaborate on some information in their resume. Our team will also tell if a particular role requires skills testing and further interviews.

Step 4: Virtual assessment centre

Successful candidates will be invited to an interactive virtual assessment day, which includes a team activity and case study.

Step 5: Final virtual interviews

This step of the process involves a one-on-one interview with an Accenture leader to ensure that we are mutually a good fit for each other. 

Step 6: Job offer

If all goes well, we will make you an offer and work with you to agree on a start date. Congratulations and welcome to the Accenture family!

Remuneration & Career Growth

Training and development is something Accenture takes seriously and helps individuals navigate their own career path. There are many ways someone can up-skill either on a project itself or through formal training courses run both in house and through external providers. Whatever path they choose, our graduates will have numerous learning opportunities to accelerate their career growth. We provide classroom, online and on-the-job training, leadership and mentoring programs and industry certifications.

Because we work with numerous clients across 40 industries, our teams can be assigned to deliver projects on client sites anywhere in Australia and New Zealand such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth, Adelaide, Auckland, and Wellington.


You can expect to earn around the industry average for an entry-level consultant, with annual performance bonuses and other incentives for your great work. You will also enjoy discounts and perks in travel, shopping, wellness, entertainment, motoring and many more.

Graduate Review

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What Graduates Say About Them
  • The people and the various skills you can learn whilst an analyst.
  • World wide opportunities and 100's of thousands of people to learn and grow from.
  • There is a lot of support from upper management. Good mentors in projects.
  • Everyone is extremely helpful and friendly and you get the opportunity to learn about lots of new technologies.
  • The learning opportunities
  • Lack of routine and having to work from client site majority of the time.
  • waiting lists to go on training trips, and the amount of information that is thrown at you when you start.
  • Pay is low for grads. Sort of work(Tech Consulting) is different to what they advertise in recruitment events(Actual Management Consulting work).
  • Nothing so far
  • Due to the nature of the work sometimes you will end up on a project that doesn't really interest you.

Jobs & Opportunities

Locations With Jobs & Opportunities
  • Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Auckland, Wellington
Hiring candidates with qualifications in
Business & Management
Creative Arts
Engineering & Mathematics
Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
IT & Computer Science
Law, Legal Studies & Justice
Medical & Health Sciences
Property & Built Environment
Teaching & Education

A Day In The Life Of

  • Day in the life

Nicola O’Neill

Nicola O’Neill studied ​a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Arts ​at University of Sydney in 2016, and is now a Management Consulting Analyst at Accenture.
  • Day in the life

Nicola O’Neill

Nicola O’Neill studied ​a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Arts ​at University of Sydney in 2016, and is now a Management Consulting Analyst at Accenture.
  • Day in the life

Nicola O’Neill

Nicola O’Neill studied ​a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Arts ​at University of Sydney in 2016, and is now a Management Consulting Analyst at Accenture.
  • Day in the life

Nicola O’Neill

Nicola O’Neill studied ​a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Arts ​at University of Sydney in 2016, and is now a Management Consulting Analyst at Accenture.

Upcoming Events

  • Oct
  • 21
  • Accenture Australia and New Zealand
Equality Week - Be kind to your mind
2:00pm to 3:30pm Australia/Sydney time | Virtual