What are your plans after Tokyo?
Why not consider the EY Olympic Athlete Career Transition Program?
Plan for success. Plan for your future.
Sport has formed an important part of your early career, and will continue to influence your journey and the decisions you make thereafter.
But what about your career after sport?
From elite female athletes to exceptional leaders - EY is creating opportunities for Olympians.
As a business, we know and understand the value of hiring high perfoming athletes just like you. To transform and future-proof our business, we are adapting and evolving our talent strategies, shifting the way we build our high-performing teams to ensure that we have the talent we need to help solve our clients’ most complex challenges.
We’re seeking not only those qualified candidates with emerging technical expertise, but also those with increasingly diverse backgrounds of experience and mindsets.
As a result, EY are offering unique opportunities to Female, Olympic athletes looking to take the next step in their careers.
If you’ve been approached by our Athlete talent partners, Athlete Career Transition (ACT) Ltd., then you have been identified by ACT as a high-perfoming, potentially appropriate athlete for our exclusive career development program. The program will provide selected athletes with the best mentoring and support possible from both EY and ACT to aid the future transition from top level sport into a high performance business environment. The program will offer well-paid, structured and progressive full- and part-time roles to suit the individual and will start in the months following the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.
This document aims to provide further information on the opportunities available, along with an insight into how the program works.
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We operate in four service lines Each of these business areas consults with our clients on different challenges. Often they work together because business matters are frequently interconnected. To reflect the way our clients operate, and for us to deliver industry specific services, our business in the UK is structured into two areas. One focuses exclusively on the financial services industry and the other encompasses all other industries. Assurance As the global business landscape is being reshaped by events and trends, we ask the questions that help businesses make sure their vital information is accurate and reliable — however quickly they’re changing. Some of the things our Assurance people do: • Analyse business performance • Support fraud investigations • Audit clients In a world where disruption is commonplace and technology changes businesses at an amazing rate, we help solve complex industry challenges while helping organisations improve their performance and manage risk. Amongst other things, our Consulting teams: • Help improve business performance through strategic and organisational change • Advise clients on their technology or people strategies • Help businesses understand and manage risk Consulting
We advise clients on when and how to buy, sell or merge to improve growth, competitiveness and profitability. Enabling a digital future requires smart capital strategy. Can companies build the capabilities required to succeed in today’s disruptive world, or should they buy instead? Some of the things our people in Transactions are involved in: • Work on business restructuring with our clients • Advise on mergers and acquisitions • Help businesses raise capital Tax The business and tax landscapes have changed dramatically, and the pace and complexity of change continues to increase. We help our clients navigate the growing, complex world of international tax. Along with other tax-related work, our Tax teams : • Help our clients pay the right tax in the right way • Advise on the tax implications of who our clients employ, and how • Help our clients understand the tax impact of buying or selling a business
Specialist Support The Athlete Career Transition Team
ACT Co-Founder & Athlete Support Specialist Former Welsh International Rugby Player
ACT Co-Founder & Business Support Specialist Former Welsh International Rugby Player
Former Professional Football (Soccer) Player
Athlete Career Transition
Athlete Career Transition was created in 2010 through a combination of the career transition experiences of ACT’s Founders, retired Welsh International Rugby Union brothers, Andy and Steve Moore. Now that professional athletes, from all sports are retiring from their sporting careers with little knowledge or understanding of the skills they have gained over years of elite competition, ACT, in partnership with EY, have developed a comprehensive transition program for elite women athletes at all stages of their career and beyond. Enabling them to successfully transfer those skills into the most appropriate business environments for them. Many elite professional athletes enter this new phase of their life often with few qualifications, no experience and no guidance for the future.
As a result, ACT completely focus on fully preparing elite athletes for their transition into life after sport delivering huge internal and external value to EY. From understanding their transferrable skillsets through to interview preparation and beyond, ACT exist to support these athletes make the most of the opportunities provided to them. Along with providing the necessary support to obtain the program, ACT provide a dedicated performance psychologist, available exclusively to the athletes, who will work with them on an ongoing basis to support the transition process and provide guidance through real, lived experiences. Working closely with the EY senior management teams both locally and globally, ACT ensure athletes receive the support required for a successful transition.
Globally EY is working to align its brand and talent strategies with high performance sport by creating career options for elite athletes as they transition out of sport. We recognize the unique skills athletes bring to the business world: • leadership • high performance teaming • resilience • determination We seek to harness these qualities in athletes to create exceptional talent resources within the firm. And in return provide these incredible athletes with opportunities to bring their diverse skill sets to our teams and our clients.
We have multiple opportunities available in offices across the globe
The roles available to Athletes span the entire spectrum of our business.
In order to qualify for the EY Women’s Olympic Program, you must;
Working within the Advisory services departments you’ll be working to deliver insights and quality services, building trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies all over the world. Once accepted onto the 6 month transition program, we will find the right role to fit your skillset.
• Have competed at a previous Olympic games or be competing in the Tokyo Olympics • Have a degree-level education • Be open to new opportunities • Demonstrate your ability and desire to succeed If you think you possess the qualities we’re seeking for these exclusive opportunities, contact Andy Moore or Kristy Ingram using the details overleaf.
Hear what the teams at EY and ACT have to say about these unique opportunities, including a brief on the requirements and what you can expect from a career with EY.
Andy Moore Athlete Career Transition
Dan Black EY - Global Talent Lead
Topic: What the process looks like from applying for a position to starting at EY
Topic: A career with EY. What does EY look like from an employee perspective.
Kristy Ingram EY - Global Lead, Athlete Programs
Ben Paszkowec Athlete Career Transition
Topic: What to expect from the transition program including experiences and expectations.
Topic: The support provided throughout the transition process and beyond.
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Andy Moore Athlete Career Transition
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Kristy Ingram EY - Global Lead, Athlete Programs
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