Deloitte to hire 200 in North of England expansion

Deloitte director Rosina Murdoch

Deloitte has announced plans to expand its northern England consultancy practice as it looks to create a further 200 jobs in the region over the next three to four years. 

Deloitte’s said its expansion will enhance its consulting capabilities across the North West, Yorkshire and the North East. 

“The expansion is part of Deloitte’s commitment to further strengthen relationships with clients in the north and offer a greater breadth of services, which includes digital transformation, cloud deployment, analytics and helping clients to adopt new ways of working,” said Deloitte.

“Deloitte will continue to support a number of the most significant retail businesses and public sector bodies to address some of today’s biggest challenges and drive responsible growth in the region.

“The northern consulting team currently comprises over 100 staff across the Manchester, Leeds and Newcastle offices.

“It will launch its recruitment drive in the new year to find the best talent across the region and create 200 jobs.”

Rosina Murdoch, director at Deloitte, added: “Being part of the leadership team to expand our consulting practice in the north means I can combine two commitments – to the growth of my home region and to the clients I love to work alongside.

“I am hugely passionate about offering consulting careers to those based in the north and look forward to working with our community of talent as we grow.”

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