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AMP Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Graduate Program 2021

Flexible. Connected. Unique.

Realise your ambitions with the AMP 2021 Graduate Enterprise Risk Management program. Voted #1 Financial Services graduate program, AAGE Top Graduate Employers 2020.

The AMP Graduate rotational program offers you a personalised development opportunity like no other. As a graduate, you will complete a two year program, rotating across the AMP Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) function. Taking on meaningful work from day one, you’ll be guided through a tailored training program which aims to accelerate your personal and professional development.

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AMP Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Graduate Program
Start: February 2021

AMP Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) plays an important role in enabling AMP to adapt and thrive in a changing environment. ERM seeks to help the business make informed and optimal risk-return decisions in pursuit of the AMP strategy. ERM is accountable for AMPs ERM Framework, which is the totality of systems, structures, polices, processes and people within AMP that identify, assess, respond, monitor and review all internal and external sources of risk.

Working as a business partner across the wider AMP business, ERM provides the framework, insights and challenge to enable AMP management and the Board to effectively optimise enterprise wide risks and opportunities. An enterprise wide function, ERM provides graduates the opportunity to gain exposure across the entire AMP business.

Graduate rotations:

The ERM two year graduate program begins in February 2021 and provides the opportunity for graduates to complete three, four-monthly rotations in the first year, and two six-monthly rotations in the second year.

Graduates are required to complete two core areas and one elective rotation in the central functions during the first year, and two elective rotations in the second year, providing diverse exposure across the function and wider business.

Rotations include, but are not limited to:

  • Core: Strategy, Governance and Group Functions
  • Core: Chief Compliance Office (CCO)
  • Elective: Quantitative and Financial Risk (QFR)
  • Elective: Group Operational Risk
  • Elective: Group Functions
  • Elective: ERM Technology
  • Elective: AMP Bank ERM
  • Elective: Advice ERM
  • Elective: Superannuation, Retirement and Platforms (SR&P) ERM

Application Requirements:

  • Complete your undergraduate studies in 2020, or have completed your undergraduate studies in 2019
  • Minimum credit average
  • Australian citizen or Permanent Resident or New Zealand Citizen

Our graduate program is the first step towards realising your ambitions.

At AMP we trust our people and give our graduates the connections and flexibility to make a difference. The needs of our clients are diverse, and so are we.

As a values-based organisation AMP believes in rewarding high performance, achieving a healthy work life balance, and giving back to the community. You can find out more about AMP, life as a graduate, our employee benefits and community involvement at

For a full role profile of the AMP ERM program, click here.

Closed 4 months ago
Closed 4 months ago
  • Job type:Graduate Jobs
  • Disciplines:

    Accounting, Banking and Finance, Business and

  • Work rights:

    New Zealand Citizen, Australian Citizen,

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  • Closing Date:1st Sep 2020, 7:00 am


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