The consulting giant is committed to new hires' career development. Employees have the opportunity to hone their leadership skills through business simulations and role-playing at Deloitte University, a high-tech training facility situated on nearly 110 acres in Westlake, Texas.
MBAs can be hired into any of Deloitte's businesses, but its consulting practice tends to dominate. "Clients value the talent we get at MBA campuses," says Andrea Hampton, who oversees business school recruiting.
What they're looking for: The firm seeks candidates "who are committed to continuous development and who want to help others lead," Hampton says.
Deloitte likes to build a relationship with potential hires early on. It has a strong presence at universities and offers coffee chats, office hours and case study workshops -- all resources Hampton encourages candidates to tap.
Hiring plans: Deloitte has long been a significant MBA recruiter, and robust performance of its consulting business is driving demand for MBAs even higher. "It keeps increasing year over year," Hampton says.
The firm's looking to hire more than 400 MBAs overall. Expect opportunities to get even better: The consulting arm alone is likely to recruit nearly 500 members of the class of 2013, Hampton says.
Did you know? Deloitte hosts an annual National MBA Case Competition, which is a great way to attract the company's notice. In addition to a $20,000 group prize, each student on the winning team is offered a summer associate position at Deloitte.
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