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P&G Finance Graduate Roles Presentation

Northumberland Building, room 445


Financial roles ideal for students of any discipline with good analytical, leadership, teamwork and problem solving skills. 

 The Financial & Accounting Services Organisation at P&G offers accounting services for P&G subsidiaries throughout Europe.

We are a diverse and highly motivated organisation of approximately 500 people where 17% are non-UK nationals. We are looking for individuals who can demonstrate strong leadership, team work and problem solving skills who will contribute to business and process transformation and the  high levels of service we offer to our internal customers

The Financial & Accounting Services Organisation includes the following service areas:

·        General Accounting

·        Cost and Product Accounting

·        Fixed Asset and Capital Accounting

·        Forecasting Services

·        Tax Compliance

·        Banking and Treasury

·        Accounts Payable

·        Accounts Receivable

We currently have roles available in all of these areas in our offices in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Some roles require foreign language capabilities, but for all roles proficiency in English language is a must.

Come along and find out more about the opportunities.

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers and Employment to discuss ways of organising this on

To book a space, please complete the form below.

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