Gradu8 | Sinead Craig

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Gallery speaks to recent graduates about their move to the working world, what motivates them and what advice they’d give to those that are new to Jersey’s top companies. We also caught up with a recruitment consultant to hear about their advice for graduates.

Sinead Craig


Age: 21

Uni attended? University of Liverpool.

Course undertaken? BSc (Hons) Physiology.

What did you want to be when you were 8? Air hostess.

Favourite way to relax? Cooking (and eating!) with friends and family.

Favourite place to eat in Jersey? Crab Shack Gorey.

What’s your favourite possession? Lipbalm – especially at this time of year!

What made you choose EY?

I interned with EY in summer 2017 whilst I was at university which gave me a really good insight into the firm and the people working there. I then decided to apply for the graduate scheme. The internship gave me the opportunity to understand the different departments within the firm, which definitely helped me decide which path to take once I understood the aspects of the work behind the job role.

What is your next step?

My immediate goal is to focus on passing my ICAS exams and starting to shape my career over the next few years. In the long run I’d love to work abroad with EY which they make possible due to our global mobility program.


We are passionate about supporting our people to thrive and make the most of life. We support them in achieving both professional and personal aspirations. Be it studying for a professional qualification, training for a sporting achievement, seeing more of the world, or giving back to the community. Our people benefit from flexible working, global secondment opportunities, multiple professional qualification pathways and time out of the office to volunteer in the community.


Contact Anoushka Horgan, Human Resources

EY, Liberation House, Castle Street, St Helier, JE1 1EY

01534 288600

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