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EMEA Partner Development Coordinator 2024

PwC Global Partnership·Düsseldorf, Germany

2225 EUR Per Month

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Business administration, Human Resources

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German, English

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About PwC Global Partnership

Our people are at the heart of everything we do. With over 327,000 people in 152 countries, PwC is one of the world’s largest professional services networks. But our size is only a part of who we are. The real story is about our people and how we work tirelessly to enhance their experience and development, both personal and professional. Our values define who we are, what we stand for, and how we behave. While we come from different backgrounds and cultures, our values are what we have in common. They guide how we work with our clients and each other, inform the type of work we do, and hold us accountable to do our best. They govern our actions and determine our success. Our values help us work towards our Purpose of building trust in society and solving important problems. They are: act with integrity, make a difference, care, work together and reimagine the possible. The trust that our clients, communities and our people place in PwC, and our high standards of ethical behavior, are fundamental to everything we do. Our values underpin our Code of Conduct, which is our frame of reference for the decisions we make every day. It's how we do business. PwC & AIESEC partnership We have been partnering with AIESEC for 50 years, aiming to generate value for both PwC and AIESEC, through different programs: Global Talent Internship Program, participation at AIESEC conferences and the Global Volunteer Fund.


About the job and it’s activities


Working hours

Monday to Friday, - 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Team member activities and contribution:

    • Being a dynamic member of the Partner Development Team, with a positive, cost effective, caring and “can do attitude”, during onsite development events and online delivery coordination.

    • Collaborating with the programme managers and co-ordinators, tutors, administration centre for all workshops and as the back office support for workshop preparations.

    • Liaising with international Learning & Development colleagues from around the PwC network on aspects relating to the courses.

    • Supporting and contributing during different programmes and projects within the wider team of our Leadership Development Centre of Excellence.

    • Creating high quality communication and training material related to the programme.

    • Supporting the adoption of new technologies and improvement of current operations.

    • Evaluating and collecting courses’ data and reporting. 

    • Creating impactful presentations, such as slides, that effectively communicate insights and recommendations.

    • Identifying areas for improvement in existing processes, propose innovative solutions, and implement enhancements to optimise efficiency and quality

  • Expected challenges in the role:
    • Balancing intense periods of high workload before, during and after the courses and the need for high-quality and detail-oriented work in the office.

    • Learn fast to become self-organised and anticipate and plan for execution.

    • Alternating periods of working together with the team and periods of travel (in case of in-person workshops).

    • Sometimes the need to make decisions on your own.

    • Learning to use new technologies with resourcefulness

  • Expected personal qualities: 
    • Knowledge and experience with Database Administration & Data Analytics;

    • Understanding of/experience with basic processes in HR and basic budgeting.

    • Ability to travel extensively throughout Europe.

    • Knowledge of German would be appreciated)

    • Ability to prioritise and multitask

    • Understanding of/experience with digital learning technologies, data analysis

    • Challenge-seeking personality and willingness to step out of comfort zone

    • Past international experience would be appreciated


The steps involved in being recruited for this job.
  • 1
    Application through AIESEC: cover letter, CV, passport, recommendation letter
  • 2
    First Interview
  • 3
    Case Study
  • 4
    Second Interview
  • 5
    Final selection


What you’ll be provided with during your stay

Benefits of becoming a volunteer

Get certified as a Global Volunteer
Develop a set of leadership qualities through our Leadership Development Assessments
Get personal & professional training by the local office abroad
Impact the world for the better by contributing towards the Sustainable Development Goals