Deloitte - Analyst (Students with Autism only)

Perth, WA


Deloitte is the world’s largest Professional Services firm, with over 286,000 employees operating in over 150+ countries and territories. Deloitte prides itself on Making an Impact that Matters for its clients, people, and the community, and encourages its employees to find and follow their purpose both professionally and personally. We combine specialist skills and industry experience to make a difference to the operational performance of our top tier public and private sector clients. In our Perth Consulting team there are 100+ technology practitioners specialising in Advanced Data Analytics, Data Visualisation, Data Platforms & Data Engineering, Robotics & Cognitive Automation, Digital Mobility and Asset Performance Management. The Perth technology specialists are supported by a wider Consulting practice numbering a further 100+ individuals with expertise in operational excellence, strategy development, change management and human resource management.

The Autism Academy for Software Quality Assurance (AASQA) at Curtin University is an Australian social innovation initiative with the vision of harnessing the special talents of people with Autism Spectrum for the collective benefit of these individuals, the industry and the wider community.

Deloitte, the ACS Foundation and AASQA are in partnership to continue Australia’s first Specialist ACS Foundation Work Integrated Learning scholarships for undergraduates with Autism Spectrum and related conditions. The working environment will be inclusive by investigating and accommodating the individual needs of the interns prior to and during their employment. 


Job Description 

Data gathering and analysis

  • Assess the techniques and tools to be used in data collection, analysis, and communication that will meet project needs
  • Identify data required to achieve targeted insights and support the process of collecting both quantitative and qualitative types
  • Support data analysis, reporting, and data visualisation through a variety of technologies.

Problem-solving and solution design

  • Support the reporting of analysis, insights, and recommendations
  • Support the design and implementation of solutions in response to insights and client challenges
  • Identify process and system changes to increase the quality of delivery and drive toward relentless improvement 


Required Skills/Knowledge 

  • Strong attention to detail and thoroughness in following systems and procedures
  • Good time management
  • Ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Structured problem solving skills
  • Ability to visually communicate analysis findings
  • Developing written and verbal communication skills.


Desired Experience / Skills  

  • Positive and passionate to do your best
  • Seeks and acts on constructive feedback
  • Self-driven, accountable, and takes ownership
  • Continuous improvement mindset
  • Makes good judgment through analysis and applies common sense when taking actions or making decisions
  • Solution minded and able to overcome obstacles and persist to completion
  • Willing to ask questions and escalate problems where appropriate (with support if needed).
  • The ability to demonstrate a passion outside of your immediate area of study, eg. interest in computer gaming, ability to play a musical instrument, creative writing, sporting team membership etc.
  • Proficient technical skills in SQL, Robotic Process Automation or coding solutions with other programming languages (e.g. Python, R, .Net, Perl, VBA) 
  • Knowledge in extracting, receiving, transforming, loading, validating, and analysing large sets of electronic data.  



  • Currently undertaking a bachelor’s degree or higher qualification in Engineering, Mathematics, Actuarial Science, Physics, IT, Computer Science, Commerce or equivalent field(s) 


Candidates please note that:

  • Training and support will be given to the successful candidate regarding the tasks listed.
  • Accommodations will be made should the need arise.
  • A supportive work mentor will be assigned to help the successful candidate navigate the workplace over the course of their internship

This scholarship amounts to $8500 for an Undergraduate with Autism, working 37.5 hrs a week for 3 months. 








For more details contact Sarah Maiden:

Phone: 0401 317 879 Apply now

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  • Type

    Work Integrated Learning

  • Company


  • Scholarship Amount


  • Undergrad or Postgrad


  • Length

    3 months

  • Working hours

    Full time

  • Required residency

    Australian citizen or permanent resident

  • Application closing date


  • Expected start date


  • Location

    Perth, WA