Which office is for you?

There’s a part of New Zealand for everyone. Find a place where your career can take off in one of PwC New Zealand’s seven nationwide offices.

Auckland

Auckland

Join us in New Zealand’s busiest metropolis, as we work on exciting projects across the City of Sails. We’ll also have a new home from 2019: the incredible PwC Tower in Commercial Bay.

“What I love about working in the Auckland office is it’s not only the central hub for most major companies in New Zealand, it’s also a place full of diversity. From a statistic I saw recently, Auckland is more diverse than Sydney, LA, London and New York. I can definitely see this in the Auckland office. It’s pretty awesome to be able to work with some of the smartest people from all parts of the world. Plus, most of my family reside in Auckland so it’s good to be in close proximity to them.”

– Kalolo Haufano

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Waikato

Waikato

Based in Hamilton, you can play a role in making the region truly a City of the Future. The vibrant and diverse river city boasts an extensive network of walkways and cycle ways making it easy to get around.

“Being from a small town, for me the best part about living in Hamilton is you get the city lifestyle, without being in the big city. The great thing about working in the PwC Hamilton office is that being a small open office, you get to know everyone pretty well. We have a great culture that involves a lot of banter, the odd game of Fifa, social club activities and obviously a bit of hard work.”

– James Sullivan

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Taranaki

Taranaki

Allow yourself to grow, professionally and personally, in the Garden of New Zealand. You’ll find opportunities aplenty in our New Plymouth office.

“Let me start with Lonely Planet ranking Taranaki as the second best region in the world in 2017! Working in one of the smaller offices has a lot of big benefits. It is five minutes to the beach and five minutes drive in total anywhere in the city. Apart from the lifestyle perks, there are festivals, awesome restaurants and a relaxed atmosphere. New Plymouth also boasts a tight-knit office – there is great banter and plenty of social club outings.”

 Emma Crowe

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Hawke's Bay

Hawke’s Bay

Spread your wings in the temperate and sunny Hawke’s Bay, the art deco capital of NZ. Join us in our brand new Napier office with our thriving team.

“The benefits of working at PwC in the Hawke’s Bay office are endless. I am surrounded by my whanau and friends, and love the small town feeling. We have a small office, which means that you get to know everybody and can utilise different people’s skills and expertise to finish a project as well as building your own capability. Work is only a two minute drive down the road, with free parking and a quick walk to the heart of Napier city for lunch. Living and working in Hawke’s Bay means no traffic jams and constant, beautiful, sunny weather!”

– Samadhi Ericksen-Hei

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Wellington

Wellington

Our capital boasts the best quality of life anywhere in the world. With our new office now open and a place in our diverse, exciting team, could there be a better first step for your career?

“If you want a good start to your career I would definitely recommend applying for the Wellington office. Given the Corporate Finance team is smaller here than in Auckland, every analyst gets a variety of different types of jobs in their first couple of years and it really gives you a better understanding of what you might want to further pursue. The city itself is great to work in; it is a culture hub of art and music with the bars and beaches within walking distance of work. And as they say, you can’t beat Welly on a good day!”

Matt Gunn

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Canterbury

Canterbury

Plant your roots in the Garden City and see how far your career can go, all from the comfort of our new, world-class office building in central Christchurch.

“Christchurch has a new sense of vibrancy and the constant changes means it’s an exciting place to work and live, with our new office being right in the thick of it all. Christchurch lends itself perfectly to a work-life balance and I love that I can leave work and within 15 minutes be on the Port Hills or at the beach, and within two hours be up the mountain to ski in the weekends. The size of our team is a huge benefit, as rather than specialising from the start I’m involved with a huge variety of tax areas and we regularly work directly with partners and directors who are more than happy to share their knowledge and answer endless questions.”

Zoe Goodwin

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Otago

Otago

Build a little history of your own in our Dunedin office, where you’ll find unique opportunities to work with Otago’s leading brands and exciting start-ups.

“Aside from the obvious, only a 5-10 minute commute to work and cheap parking, working in a smaller office like Dunedin is fantastic as you get the benefits of working for a large firm with a small office environment. It doesn’t take long to get to know everyone in the office which helps form stronger relationships faster making Dunedin a lovely tight knit office. Nothing is ever far or hard in Dunedin which makes maintaining a work life balance easy. And Dunedin-ites are a friendly bunch who are always up for a chat.”

Monique McKewen

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