Minimum competencies and education requirements:
Soft skills requirements:
- Numerical & financial analytical skills;
- Fluency in written and spoken English;
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) – advanced knowledge is a plus;
- Graduate of an economic university, with good track record.
- Ability to deliver quality written work - the candidate must have a strong attention to details and be able to prepare written sections of a valuation report;
- Willingness to continue the learning process – current enrolment or genuine interest to enrol in an advanced financial education program (CFA, ACCA) is a plus;
- Team player with communication skills, business awareness and proactive attitude;
- Ability to adapt to an intensive work environment and maintain composure under stress;
- Ability to quickly grasp key business drivers and specific valuation issues.
PwC Valuation & Economics team in Romania:
PwC Romania’s Valuation & Economics team is one of the largest valuation teams in Romania, consisting of over 20 professionals with strong valuation and financial modelling background corroborated with vast experience across industries from Energy & Utilities, Oil & Gas, Real Estate, Retail and Consumer, Transportation, Infrastructure, Healthcare to Banking, Insurance, Stock exchanges.
The valuation team is involved in valuation analysis projects for business entities (business valuation), intangible assets, real estate, machinery and equipment (assets valuation) to address our clients’ requirements regarding mergers, acquisitions and disposals, reorganizations, financial reporting, strategic planning and other management decision-making.
A valuation career for you will:
- Interesting and challenging work environment;
- A systematic education process to support professional and personal development and on-the-job training;
- A professional and team-oriented work environment.
Collection of personal data
- Be the first step towards a recognized profession based on the Government Decision nr. 24 from 2012;
- Help you develop analytical thinking, attention to detail and multi-tasking;
- Develop a people-oriented approach – working in teams;
- Bring early exposure to large projects across various industries.
We collect personal data from job applicants as part of our recruitment process. The personal data may be provided directly to us by an applicant or via third party, i.a. recruitment agency, depending on a particular recruitment process.
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For you to participate in the recruitment process for a specific position,
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If your application is successful your data is saved for the implementation of the employment relationship, complying with statutory regulations. Application documents of unsuccessful candidates are deleted after six months at the latest. We ask for your consent before retaining your application documents in our applicant pool for a longer period.
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