KPMG has a vast array of exciting and rewarding career opportunities. Find out about the business and different areas of expertise you can work in.
KPMG has exciting and rewarding career opportunities. Find out more about these areas.
Every day, in Australia and around the world, our people play a vital role in helping organisations go beyond expectations – creating value and grasping opportunities.
KPMG is one of the world's largest professional services firms, with 200,000 people in 154 countries. In Australia, we operate across 13 offices with around 6,700 people, including over 400 partners.
KPMG has a vital role to play in today’s rapidly changing environment. We embrace this role with our purpose – Inspiring Confidence, Empowering Change. This means helping everyone around us turn their potential into reality, including our own people.
Our workplace is made up of truly outstanding, innovative and diverse people. We focus on learning through experience, with opportunities to partner with dynamic companies.
A career at KPMG starts at different times for different people. Some start while at university, others join us upon graduation or as a qualified professional. We hire people from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences.
Here and abroad, KPMG is an acknowledged employer of choice. This is supported by the list of awards and citations that we have received.
In 2014, KPMG was awarded Gold Tier Employer status as an employer of choice in the Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI). KPMG was the only professional services firm to achieve Gold status, and was the fourth consecutive year KPMG has ranked in the Top 10 for this award.
KPMG has also been awarded Employer for Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, and recognised as one of only three Australian companies in the 50 Leading Companies for Women in the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum.
KPMG has a powerful Corporate Citizenship focus, offering many programs to our people to enable them to be involved in their communities. KPMG’s most recent Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), ‘Recognition, prosperity and empowerment: Our journey to Reconciliation’ 2013-2015, is one of only a handful of organisations in Australia to be recognised with ‘Elevate’ status, the highest achievement in acknowledging the breadth and depth of an organisation’s engagement with Indigenous Australia.
A key focus is our involvement with Jawun, a non-profit organisation inspired by Noel Pearson that seeks to foster economic and social development, focusing on long-term, sustainable initiatives that help break the cycle of welfare dependency in Indigenous communities.
KPMG Australia is honoured to be joint winner of the 2014 Human Rights Business Award for our commitment to reconciliation.
KPMG offers outstanding career opportunities for graduates and experienced professionals across our Audit and Assurance, Tax, Advisory, KPMG Enterprise and Shared Services departments. Our clients come from a vast range of industries, and we offer challenging and rewarding careers for marketing, finance, HR and IT professionals.