Recruitment process

Completing your application

Your CV or online profile is often the first interaction that our recruitment team will have with you. This is your chance to shine, so use the opportunity to show your strengths and why you would be an asset to PwC.

First you need to register online and upload your application documents. You can register here. As soon as your application has been received you will get an email from us.

The creation of an account allows you to follow the processing of your applications, create alerts when there are new vacancies, customize your searches on the site, receive communications from us and finally start your on-boarding process.

Work permit

As part of the European Union, Luxembourg welcomes all European Union and European Economic Area citizens to live and work in the country without further authorisations.

However, if you come from a third party country and if you want to stay and work for more than three months, you need to apply for a residence and/or work permit.

For more information on the residence and work permit procedures, have a look at the website of the Luxembourg Government: http://www.gouvernement.lu.

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Depending on the position and service you apply for, you'll benefit from a recruitment process fit for your position!

Trainee

We generally ask our candidates to come to our premises in Luxembourg for a face-to-face interview.

We might come ourselves to special events organised in your campus, where you can take an internship interview.
We've adapted our selection process to the business area (Audit, Tax, Advisory or Corporate Services) you're interested in, but the general procedure is the following:

  • A test (30-60 minutes) to help us assess your basic technical knowledge (e.g. in accounting & financial aspects, or tax law for audit and tax positions).
  • An interview with an expert of the business area (1 hour) to give you the opportunity to discuss the test results and to prove your motivation and enthusiasm for our firm, our business and Luxembourg.

We'll let you know the outcome in a few days after the interview.

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Graduate

Three ways to approach our Firm!

Individual interview

We'll generally ask you to come to Luxembourg for a face-to-face interview.
If you're located too far, we can arrange a Skype interview.
We've adapted our selection process to the business area (Audit, Tax, Advisory or Corporate Services) you're interested in, but the general procedure is the following:

  • A test (30-60 minutes) to help us assess your basic technical knowledge (e.g. in accounting & financial aspects, or tax law for audit and tax positions).
  • An interview with an expert of the business area (1 hour) to give you the opportunity to discuss the test results and to prove your motivation and enthusiasm for our firm, our business and Luxembourg.
  • An interview with a Human Resources recruiter (1 hour) to review your education and work experience. This interview will help us assess your motivation for the position and our firm, as well as your willingness to work in Luxembourg.
  • Depending on the position you apply for, you might have an interview with one of our Partners from the relevant business area (30-60 minutes).

We'll let you know the outcome in a few days after the interview.

Audit days (Journée audit)

French speaking candidates who wish to apply for a junior Auditor position can participate, upon invitation, to one of our Selection Days (Journées audit) in Luxembourg.
During these events, we give 6-8 candidates the chance to gain practical insights from our professional experts and our Human Resources recruiters.
After various short group exercises, a first selection takes place in the morning in order to decide which candidates will enter the next round. The finalists pass a technical test and two interviews (30 minutes each) with an expert of the business area and a Human Resources recruiter. We announce the interview results the same day.

Recruitment days (Audit and Tax only)

Every year, our firm welcomes graduates and students from more than 40 European universities and business schools to explore our Audit and Tax activities for two days. This is an opportunity to experience a typical working day as an auditor or tax advisor by dealing with case studies directly inspired from real business situations.
Firstly, we take them on a city tour to discover Luxembourg and its social life. On the second day, we start their "enrolment" through job interviews. The successful candidates leave the event with a signed employment contract to start a career with us directly after graduation.
Stay tuned for the next edition of PwC Luxembourg's recruitment days. The advertisements will be posted on our website and of course at your campus.

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Experienced

You can either come to Luxembourg for a face-to-face interview or perform a Skype interview if you're located too far.

We've adapted our selection process to the business area (Audit, Tax, Advisory or Corporate Services) you're interested in, but the general procedure is the following:

  • A test (30-60 minutes) to help us assess your basic technical knowledge (e.g. in accounting & financial aspects, or tax law for audit and tax positions).
  • An interview with an expert of the business area (1 hour) to give you the opportunity to discuss the test results and to prove your motivation and enthusiasm for our firm, our business and Luxembourg.
  • An interview with a Human Resources recruiter (1 hour) to review your education and work experience. This interview will help us assess your motivation for the position and our firm, as well as your willingness to work in Luxembourg.
  • Depending on the position you apply for, you might have an interview with one of our Partners from the relevant business area (30-60 minutes).

We'll let you know the outcome in a few days after the interview.

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How to find us

PwC Luxembourg

2, rue Gerhard Mercator
L-2182 Luxembourg
eRecruitmentCommentBox@lu.pwc.com
Phone: +352 49 48 48-1
Fax: +352 49 48 48-2900

Finding us

Crystal Park - 2, rue Gerhard Mercator L-2182 Luxembourg
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H2O Building - 33, rue de Gasperich L-5826 Hesperange
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 FAQs

What is the most popular form of public transport in Luxembourg?

Buses are Luxembourg's most popular form of public transport.
All PwC employees receive a Jobkaart, which is a free bus pass that can be used on any of the Ville de Luxembourg bus routes.

Can I park my car nearby Crystal Park?

You can park your car in P+R Kockelscheuer or P+R Luxembourg Sud and a PwC shuttle will bring you to the office. More parking places will be provided soon (i.e. a P+R close to the future National Stadium will be built by 2019, with a capacity of 1,950 parking spots).

Contact us

PwC Luxembourg

Tel: +352 49 48 48 1

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