Cadetships provide students with the opportunity to gain valuable work experience whilst undertaking a degree. It is this combination of work and study that puts our cadets at the forefront of their careers within the accounting profession.
Due to the location of our five offices in regional NSW, Boyce can offer students from in and around these centres the opportunity to develop a career and go to university whilst remaining in regional NSW.
So what is a cadetship and who is eligible?
A cadetship offers the opportunity to undertake a Commerce, Economics or Business degree majoring in accounting, whilst gaining practical work experience.
The cadetship is available to anyone who is about to embark on an accounting related degree (completing HSC in 2010) or to those who may be part way through a degree. Cadetships are offered subject to the applicant gaining entry to a university to undertake the appropriate course and meeting the basic selection criteria.
How are cadetships structured?
The cadetship program can be structured as a combination of full-time/part–time work and study, or via distance education depending on the location of the office and the nearest university. Generally most cadets work approximately 60% of the year (in university holidays and part–time from July to December).
How are cadets paid?
We employ our cadets as permanent part-time members of staff. Accordingly they are paid for hours worked and accrue the normal entitlements.
What support does Boyce offer to cadets?
Whilst doing the degree cadets have access to study leave, reimbursement of textbooks up to a maximum value of $500 per year, the support of a ‘buddy’ as a mentor in the workplace and access to the structured internal training program.
2014 CADETSHIP PROGRAM
Applications are now open - come join our team!
Download the 2014 Cadetship Guidelines and Application form. Applications close Friday 30 August 2013.
Click here to read the Inside Story on Boyce Cadetships by Abbey Johnson, Cadet - Boyce Cooma.