Hi guys, I work for a Big 4 firm in my first year. Recently I decided that I wanted to get involved with some audit tender work to give me a bit more variety and help develop some new skills. I also though it would look quite good on my CV if I was able to say I was part of the team that won the audit tender for a FTSE 100 company. I got in touch with the relevant people and they are going to get in touch with me when any work pops up. However, does anyone actually know what kind of work they will give me to do? Will it be research stuff or helping put together PowerPoint slides?
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