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24 Feb 2016

  • Job Type: Internship
  • Profession: Chartered Accountancy
  • Duration: 10 weeks
  • Start Date: June 2016
  • Location: Edinburgh
  • UCAS Points: Accountancy Summer Internship 2016
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Application Details: We look at applications on a first-come, first-served basis, so it's important to apply early as our vacancies fill quickly.
  • Degree Required: 2:1

Standard Life – your ambition, our ambition

At Standard Life we all have a part to play and a story to contribute to. It’s a story of helping to build a more prosperous world and that includes yours. We believe in integrity, innovation and ambition.

Our ethos is uncompromising– we do the right thing for our customers and clients. It’s in our DNA. Working together for the right reasons we can achieve great things; for you, for our customers, for the business, and for society as a whole.

Our summer internship is all about making the most of your opportunities. It has been carefully put together to challenge you, but at the same time offer all the support you need at the start of your career. As well as hands on experience you will have access to development events, a buddy to support you during the programme and beyond and a placement manager to provide structured feedback.

Our accountants play a big part in helping to drive the performance of our company. It is a core part of what they do. Our 10 week internship will provide you with an insight into our finance community.

You will take on a challenging project in finance or in one of our other related areas across our group and you will get exceptional support along the way.

Many of our interns are offered a role on our graduate programme the following year. You will get a competitive reward package and support towards accommodation in Edinburgh – right in the middle of the Edinburgh Festivals.

Programme Summary

  • Duration: 10 week programme
  • Start Date: June 2016
  • Entry requirements: You need to be on track for a First or 2:1 degree at undergraduate level and be in your penultimate year at university.
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