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Catherine Kelly

What are the most challenging aspects of your job at Deloitte?

Having cyloed myself into IT recruitment, the biggest challenge was getting my head around none IT specs and re-learning the other areas of recruitment.

Posted @ 05:07AM, January 30, 2008 by Catherine Kelly

Catherine Kelly

How would you describe what you did at Deloitte?

Currently assisting in the recruitment process for a local municipality

Posted @ 05:06AM, January 30, 2008 by Catherine Kelly

Catherine Kelly

What's the secret to getting hired at Deloitte?

being passionate about what you do, and believing in what you do. Dont under estimate yourself.

Posted @ 05:05AM, January 30, 2008 by Catherine Kelly

Tanyth Lloyd

How would you describe what you did at Deloitte?

Management of NSW Experienced Hire Recruitment Team (6), with national responsibility for systems and vendors.

Posted @ 12:49AM, October 22, 2007 by Tanyth Lloyd

Maileilani Wood

How would you describe what you did at Deloitte?

* Direct support to the tax partner, tax director and senior tax managers
* Responsible for invoicing client service hours
* Database administration, coordinating projects and events, preparation of presentations
* Customized monthly reports of client database system
* Support and
maintenance of tax database, monthly and yearly reports
* Responsible for special projects within the tax department
* International and domestic travel support for department heads and staff
* Personnel file maintenance/HR
* Responsible for facility issues within tax department
* Time and expense reporting and management
* Tax processing
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Posted @ 11:02AM, October 12, 2007 by Maileilani Wood

Santiago Talero

What's the secret to getting hired at Deloitte?

Being an individual with a strong background within the legal services sector. Also, being fully bilingual, since the daily activities involve a permanent communication with national and foreign clients.

Posted @ 11:47AM, September 24, 2007 by Santiago Talero

Santiago Talero

How would you describe what you did at Deloitte?

Legal supervision of the corporate and commercial law division. Negotiation, preparation and drafting of civil and commercial international and domestic contracts. Review and improvement of contracting systems of private and public entities. Legal advice to national and foreign undertakings in issues of arbitration planning, litigation and conflict resolution. Preparation of public bids. Legal advice to national and foreign undertakings in corporate reestructuring schemes. Legal consultancy regarding the modernization of Colombian public sector entities.... read more

Posted @ 11:41AM, September 24, 2007 by Santiago Talero

Janis Love

How would you describe what you did at Deloitte?

Recruiting and sourcing for various practices. Well versed in M&A, audit, forensic accounting, business valuation, financial management, financial consulting.

Posted @ 10:16AM, September 05, 2007 by Janis Love

Josh LeFebvre

What's the secret to getting hired at Deloitte?

The ability to go along while getting along - but to at the same time stand apart. You have to be a cultural fit - but at the same time exhibit experience, accomplishment, as well as core skills that all point to an ability (current or future) to break apart from the pack and lead innovation - e.g. to develop a new line of service for clients; to pioneer a new (and better!) way of doing things; etc.... read more

Posted @ 04:16PM, July 17, 2007 by Josh LeFebvre

Josh LeFebvre

How would you describe what you did at Deloitte?

Hold positions in KM and training management, supporting business development and project delivery. Responsible for devising and executing strategy in training management, knowledge and information management, and communications in an industry where no prior strategy, team, or other legacy and precedent existed. Tasks also include designing and implementing KM websites, programs, operations, exchanges, and training seminars to support industry practitioners. Manage a small staff and report to executive leadership.
* Direct a team of 3 and an additional project-based staff of up to 10 to support all global public sector industry initiatives related to knowledge sharing, learning, research, and marketing.
* Implemented a forward thinking, active model of community knowledge management strategy, complementing the traditional more passive model of content management.
* The community knowledge management model,
* delivers multiple educational sessions on current trends and innovative solutions every month to hundreds of our global practitioners;
* complements the development and commercialization of some of the consulting industry's most cutting edge thought leadership;
* attracts 100's of monthly visitors from over 60 countries to a dedicated website for information and knowledge exchange
* creates needed marketing and service delivery materials, methods, and tools;
* supported over $30 million of active pursuits in one community in one year;
* collected global qualification documents described by users as "greatest set of quals"
* facilitated development and commercialization of one of the most comprehensive, most distributed, and most heralded public sector thought leadership publications.
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Posted @ 04:13PM, July 17, 2007 by Josh LeFebvre

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