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PwC – one of Big 4 of global network of audit and tax advisory firms.

PwC goal is to build trust in society and solve important problems. PwC has a network of member firms in 151 countries, employing more than 364 000 people. The company is committed to fostering a culture of quality assurance and the pursuit of progress, which is central to its purpose.

PwC has two offices in Lithuania: in Vilnius and Klaipėda. There over 200 professionals provide audit, accounting, tax, business management, consulting and legal services to multinational corporations and large Lithuanian companies. PwC has been operating in the Lithuanian market for 30 years and is constantly improving the quality of its services, investing in talent development and innovation. PwC tax, legal and HR teams in Lithuania have started using Harvey, an AI tool for tax and legal services. PwC creates an environment where integrity, caring and support, courage to change, teamwork and innovation are at the heart of everything the company does.

People and their skills are at the core of any company, as reflected in PwC‘s rank 30 on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list. PwC Lithuania's recruitment process is based on classic qualifications, such as accuracy, responsibility, analytical skills and logical thinking.  It also focuses on a candidate's values and desire to grow and develop. In today's context, communication skills, the ability to act efficiently and quickly in critical situations and leadership qualities are becoming important skills.

PwC Lithuania offers a wide range of positions, from internship programmes for students to full-time job offers. New recruits in the financial audit teams are currently being looked for. In this position, employees have the opportunity to learn about the operations, internal processes and financial performance of various Lithuanian and foreign companies. New team members will also join the transactional and tax teams.

PwC places great emphasis on staff development. Employees participate in online learning, seminars and international mobility programmes designed to strengthen social skills and competences. The company's practice shows that young professionals, who demonstrate strong leadership and responsibility skills, can start leading their own team within two years of starting their career.

PwC unique traits:

- PwC is a global network of audit and tax advisory firms, one of the Big 4.

- PwC's people use state-of-the-art work tools, data automation technologies, and Harvey, an AI tool for tax and legal services.

- A strong focus is placed on employee well-being. Internal initiatives and work culture allow employees to stay on track and achieve their goals.

- Ranked 30th on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list.


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