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AMP 2022 Enterprise Risk Management Graduate Program

Your program. Your rotations. Your AMP.

The AMP graduate program provides the pathway to realise your ambitions by offering you a personalised development opportunity like no other.

The Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) graduate program offers hands-on foundational experience within ERM, ensuring they have a breadth of experience for a successful career post program. ERM seeks to help the business make informed and optimal risk-return decisions, in pursuit of the AMP strategy, whilst partnering with the business to provide risk management capability, high quality advise, insight and support.

Over the two year program, you’ll have to chance to rotate through a number of teams in helping you to work out what’s right for your skills and interests.

The flexible nature of the rotational structure helps you get connected, build technical skills and take on meaningful, challenging work from the very start of your journey.

Rotations are offered in areas including:

  • Strategy, Governance & Financial Risk (core rotation)
  • Chief Compliance Office (core rotation)
  • Group Operational Risk
  • Risk Culture, Capability & Integrity
  • ERM Group Functions
  • ERM
  • Bank ERM
  • Advice ERM
  • Superannuation, Retirement and Platforms
  • Internal Audit

Graduate Life at AMP

At AMP we strive to create an environment where people can shine. An environment that offers guidance and support, whilst ensuring enough flexibility to ensure you can make the most of your life, both professionally and personally.

Some of the benefits of the Graduate Program and working at AMP are:

  • Professional Development Program - A tailored development program including a series of workshops, technical skills training, insight sessions, lunch & learns and numerous networking opportunities with senior executives and mentors. In addition, you have the opportunity to work on a Business Improvement Project (BIP) with the chance to win funding towards piloting your idea.
  • >Support Network - Sharing your graduate experience with a close-knit cohort, your new friendships and networks start from the day of offer. You’ll have access to a network of people who understand your value and are committed to your development and success. Graduates have a dedicated Talent Manager, Buddy, Graduate Champions in each program stream and the wider graduate alumni community to lean on.
  • Wellness & Employee Benefits - There is nothing more important than wellbeing and AMP’s Be Well program takes a holistic approach to the wellbeing of employees and takes into account physical, personal, psychological and environmental factors. The We Flex approach acknowledges that flexible working is for everyone and gives leaders and employees the autonomy to agree how, when and where work is done in support of our inclusive workplace. As part of standard remuneration packages, AMP employees recieve12% superannuation contributions, 20 days per year paid annual leave and the option to take up to 4 weeks additional leave purchase via purchase leave. As well as access to special home loan packages and a b3tter account through AMP Bank and discounted financial advice options, there are over 300 retail and entertainment discounts via AMP Advantage.
  • AMP’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) focuses on Coaching, Health, Advice, Mentoring & Psychological Wellbeing (CHAMP) and has numerous service available to all AMP employees and their families.
  • GRADITUDE is all about our graduates wellbeing and sense of community. The program includes a series of weekly activities, focusing on engaging the health and wellbeing of the graduate team, while building on the strong cohort culture. Activities include yoga and meditation sessions in the office, outdoor sports sessions, cooking classes, boxing, Boxfit and mini Olympics. The list is endless!

Find out more about working at AMP.

Community Contribution & Social Responsibility

The AMP Foundation has supported charities and other not for profit organisations since 1992. The Foundation will give financial support AMP employees who give 80+ hours per year of their own time or who sit on the board of an eligible organisation via the annual Unsung Heros program and dollar match fundraising activities for over 130 selected charities and not for profit organisations. You can also claim an instant tax deduction via the Payroll Giving scheme. Started in 2014, The AMP Tomorrow Fund gives amazing Australians doing great things the chance to share $1 million in grants each year. It’s open to individuals of all ages, walks of life and interests who are working towards a goal that will have a positive impact on the community but need help to take it to the next level. You will have the chance to take part in numerous organised volunteering opportunities throughout your journey with AMP and can put your hand up to be a Community Champion and take the lead in your team or cohort for community initiatives.

Please also refer to our Corporate Sustainability page for details of AMP’s positions on other issues that impact our business and stake holders including:

  • Climate change
  • Modern slavery
  • Reconciliation
  • Responsible investment

The Recruitment Process & Schedule

Applications for the 2022 program are open until 5pm AEST on Thursday 12th August 2021

To be eligible, you will need to meet the below prerequisites:

  • And have completed an accredited degree and pre-requisite subjects that allow them to enrol in the CA Program
  • You should have a minimum credit average for the above degree
  • At the time you submit your application, you must have Australian or New Zealand citizenship or Australian Permanent Residency status.

If you have any questions or believe you may require assistance with the application and recruitment process, you can reach out to the dedicated AMP Graduate Program Talent Consultant at [email protected]

The process is made up of the below steps:

  1. Online application form including some further questions and requirement to upload your CV, academic record/transcript and other supporting documents.
  2. Online assessment which will take about 15 minutes to complete.
  3. Video interview will be sent to those who meet the benchmark for the online assessment.
  4. Assessment Centres are the final stage of the recruitment process and if you are invited to the Assessment Centre, you will also be invited to a virtual Open Evening on Monday 30th August which will be held on a virtual platform. Assessment Centres for each stream will also be hosted virtually for 2022 via MS Teams and are scheduled over 2 weeks starting Tuesday 31st August. Invitations will be sent to successful applicants during the week starting 23rd August.
  5. Offer process- We aim to make a decision and extend offers within 48 hours of the Assessment Centre. If you are successful and AMP extends an offer of a place on the 2022 program which you accept verbally, you will be sent a written letter of offer (contract) to accept online and be asked to complete a number of important employee onboarding activities ready for your start date.
  6. Welcome to AMP-You will the be invited to a Welcome Evening at the start of October where you can meet your cohort and other stakeholder from your business stream followed by numerous other sessions on the lead up to the program start date of 14th February 2022.

Good luck with your application and please email [email protected] with any queries.

  • Realise your ambitions with the AMP 2022 Graduate Program
  • Named one of the AAGE’s Top Graduate Employers for 2021
  • Your program. Your rotations. Your AMP
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  • Job type:Graduate Jobs
  • Disciplines:

    Accounting, Actuary, Administration, Banking and Finance,

  • Work rights:

    Australian Permanent Resident, New Zealand

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  • Closing Date:6th Aug 2021, 5:23 am


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