Junior Consultant – Knowledge Management

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Employer: PwC Romania
  • Accounting - Finance
  • Management - Consulting
  • Marketing
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 0 - 1 years of experience
  • Updated at: 25.02.2018
    Short company description

    About us:
    We’re a network of firms in 158 countries with more than 236,000 people around the globe who are committed to delivering the highest quality solutions in assurance, tax and advisory services.
    Amongst our clients there are 419 companies from Fortune Global 500 list.
    We’ve been in Central and Eastern Europe for the past 25 years, employing around 8,800 professionals across the CEE region. Thanks to our many talented people we are recognized as a top provider of professional services. We help to build trust and solve important problems across 29 countries of CEE. We value innovation, teamwork, integrity, professionalism and we care about our people.

    As global game changers, our experts play big. Match your curiosity with continuous opportunities to learn, grow and make an impact. Join PwC and be a game changer.


    Working with the EMEA Tax and Leader Knowledge Management leader to achieve the following objectives:

    1. Maintain platform for communication and sharing best practices among over 200 Tax knowledge managers across EMEA countries (Europe Middle East and Africa) by:
    - organising Online Meetings on various topics of interest for the Tax knowledge managers - 10/year
    - organising Third Party Webinars - inviting external speakers to present their subscriptions (ISI emerging Market, Harvard business review, IBFD, iOECD etc) - 5 /year
    - organising New Services Carousel - identifying new products and solutions developed globally (via Global innovation challenge, EMEA tax academy awards or other) and organising presentations from authors via Webex -once per year, depending how many solutions are identified (24 in 2017)
    - organising Knowledge Leaders face-to-face meeting - once per year.

    2. Develop, update and implement the Knowledge Management Strategy for PwC Tax and Legal at EMEA level.
    - organising four workstreams for KM leaders and developing specific activities according to yearly priorities.

    3. Administrate the network
    - bi-weekly newlestter
    - quarterly activity report
    - maintain relevant pages on intranet and social media tool
    - manage network updates, introductory messages, and provide guidance.

    4. Support to EMEA Tax leadership team:
    - maintain relevant pages on intranet and social media.

    5. Individual projects
    - upon request, design and implement Knowledge Management projects for key stake holders
    Examples include but are not limited to: Tax technology projects - inventorise existing products; design Knowledge fairs, Knowledge Games, escape rooms - using gamification to achieve knowledge sharing objectives; design a tool/programme aimed to collect input from various countries in a standardised manner to achieve efficiencies, etc.


    • Improve knowledge sharing within our colleagues;
    • Proactively identify valuable knowledge to ensure our knowledge platform contains useful and new information;
    • Facilitate and advise on processes to capture, generate, share and leverage best practices;
    • Provide support to our colleagues in sharing and accessing knowledge;
    • Help put together internal and external newsletters.

    Other info

    About us:
    PwC is a network of firms in 158 countries with more than 180,000 people who are committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services. We’ve been in Central and Eastern Europe for over 20 years, employing today around 8,800 professionals across the entire region. We’ve got the most talented experts on the market, thanks to whom we’re in the top position as provider of professional services, helping develop the business community in 30 countries. Most importantly, we help organisations and individuals create the value they’re looking for. Because that’s what we’re looking for ourselves.

    You may ask yourself: why PwC?
    The short answer is: why not?
    Here are some good reasons – the rest you’ll hopefully find for yourselves:
    - Rich career and professional development opportunities;
    - World-class training and development courses and programmes;
    - On-the-job training and coaching;

    As a recent graduate you might not know what direction to take. With us you can learn a transferable qualification, work and learn about a variety of companies and decide the direction you want your career to take.

    We’re big fans of a strong coaching culture; in other words, here at PwC, everyone has someone they can learn from who takes an interest in where their career is heading. Coaching relationships based on trust and respect can be highly rewarding for both coaches and coachees.