Experience, think, create... different

    Some say great minds think alike. We believe great minds think differently.

    Working for KPMG is an invitation to bring your unique insights, skills, and perspectives with you,
    so you can keep growing, thrive, learn and leave your mark with us.

    So, come as you are and shape a better future through work that matters.

Why KPMG – we’ll help you thrive

Working at KPMG Australia offers benefits to help you move forward in life, as well as your career. 

Workplace flexibility

We're a family friendly workplace thanks to our equal opportunity policies. With a work anywhere approach for work-life balance.

Competitive salaries

Accelerate your career growth. Have transparency around your future career path, with a strong recognition and reward culture.

Gender pay gap

We’re committed to removing gender pay gaps and investing in programs to develop female talent and leadership.

Parental leave

We offer 26 weeks of flexible paid parental leave regardless of gender.

Mental health program

We’re proud of our equitable and inclusive workplace that prioritises the mental health and well-being of everyone at KPMG.

Perks and discounts

Enjoy savings on home and professional services, entertainment, cars, white goods, travel, dining, accommodation and more.

Why KPMG – we celebrate our people

Liqi Wang

Senior Consultant – Data and Cloud

Liqi Wang, Senior Consultant – Data and Cloud

I’ve carried plates, attended bars, checked in/out guests, and coordinated a 300-room hotel. With more than 6 years working in hotel operations, I was intrigued by how data drove team performance and customer experience. This led me to upskilling in the fields of data science. Fast forward to 2023, I’ve been working in the KPMG Data & Cloud team for just over a year and just celebrated my first promotion in consulting! I think because I come from a non-traditional background, I can bring in the soft skills I learnt in the previous career, a new way of looking at things and a different approach.

For anyone in the same position as myself, I’d encourage you to talk to lots of people, get to know what you love, build something real and practical and broaden your experience.

Dulani Van Den Broek

Director – Infrastructure, Assets & Places

Dulani Van Den Broek, Director – Infrastructure, Assets & Places

My parents and I migrated to Australia in the early 90’s and it was the first time I had been to another country on a plane. I knew then that one of my greatest passions would be to travel and live all over the world and in my career I’ve lived in different parts of Australia, South East Asia and North America.

The experiences of my childhood gave me the resilience to be comfortable with change and always remember my roots would be with me wherever I went. My common thread over the years has always been having a strong, female mentor and I get to do this through volunteering and our partnerships where I can mentor, coach and guide girls and women as they go through their own journey.

Now it’s my turn to pay it forward.

Desmond Baah

Senior Analyst – Audit

Desmond Baah, Senior Analyst – Audit

I recently moved from KPMG Ghana to our Sydney team. Everyone around me has been so supportive in navigating my move both professionally and socially. My move was also smooth through support with organising flights, transport, through to securing an apartment and I was also assigned a buddy. There have been lots of opportunities here already - from exposure to bigger markets and larger portfolios in audit, and the unending learning avenues.

I’ve only been here for a few months, so far, I’ve visited the Kiama Beach blow hole and I’m looking forward to more travel. All these different experiences would not have been possible without the support I have received from KPMG.

Why KPMG - do work that matters

Every day, you’ll make a meaningful and positive difference for our clients, people and the communities we serve. In a world of increasing complexity, we’re proud of the work we do and how we do it.

  • We’re committed to supporting world change, with a US$1.5 billion Ethical, Societal & Governance investment and a commitment to net-zero carbon emissions by 2030.
  • Our Nature Positive Challenge encourages innovation in nature and bio-diversity.
  • In Australia, our employees have given back through 9,000 hours of volunteering to date.
  • We’ve also provided 19,695 hours of pro-bono support to communities around us.

Help create opportunity in a world of increasing complexity.

Proud to be an employer of choice

Our culture and commitment to providing a supportive and innovative workplace
for our people has been recognised year after year.