Provide details of any positions of responsibility and leadership that you have gained, providing details of the organisation, nature of the role, responsibilities, achievements and any additional information relevant to your application (1000 words) It's important that you tell us why you believe you are suitable for the AUDIT TRAINEE position at PWC. Bearing in mind the requirements for the actual position and programme you have applied for, please tell us about your experiences, interests and/or achievements that are appropriate to the requirements and why you think you should be considered for this position? (1000 words) EDUCATION ACCA Exams Qualified - December 2013 BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance - 2.1 - London School of Economics 2006-2009 WORK EXPERIENCE 2015 one month Deloitte Internship • Prepared draft accounts by processing bank statement transactions. • Audited financial statements identifying material errors and made recommendations for adjustments. • Reported directly to audit managers and senior managers on work performed. • Applied my knowledge on audit methodologies and quickly became comfortable with the audit software. 2014 – 2015: Online store self employed (EBAY seller) . • Utilised time management skills, purchasing items and sending packages on time. • Achieved 100% positive feedback and received excellent comments from customers. • Diversified product range by adding well-known brands, increasing revenues by 100%. • Designed item listings and maintained inventory list. 2010 – 2014: E-Commerce Store Assistant (EBAY seller) Expanded to new e-commerce platforms which increased customer base. Sourced potential new products which sold online 30%-50% over their RRP. Researched competitors and adjusted prices accordingly to encourage sales. Attended auctions and won items that significantly increased the value of the store. Answered customer questions, dealing with them in a prompt and efficient manner. July 2004 – Sep 2006: Sergeant, National Guard • Communicated effectively with all levels of hierarchy. • Delegated responsibilities and ensured they were carried out effectively. • Provided office and administrative assistance for army reservists. • Led a new series of soldiers taking responsibility for their performance and welfare.