01 July 2020

Ernst & Young Training Contract CA programme 2021

Application for Ernst & Young Training Contract CA programme 2021 are open. Application to start articles once you have completed your Honours/CTA/PGDA. The candidate should be studying Accounting (CA Stream) through a SAICA accredited University

Application Requirements
  • The candidate should be studying Accounting (CA Stream) through a SAICA accredited University
  • The candidate must attach a copy of his/her ID, matric certificate, academic record to date and CV.
Key Responsibilities
  • You will serve your articles in our Audit Division, during this time you will be required to write two Qualifying Board Exams. 
  • The first is written in March of your first year and the second is written in November of your second year. 
  • You are also required to work 3600 core hours during your three years. 
  • You will sign a fixed term contract with us that is a three-year training contract. 
  • Candidates must be following the CA stream.
Skills & Behavioral Attributes
  • Ability to work with figures.
  • Good administration and organisation skills
  • Good communication skills and ability to interact with all levels within the organisation.
  • Ability to take initiative
  • Ability to work proactively on their own and in a team.
CLICK HERE TO APPLY - - Port Elizabeth


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