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ANZ Graduate Programs & Internships

Our purpose is to shape a world where people and communities thrive. Our people are proud to help people achieve incredible things – be it buying their home, building a business or saving for things big or small.

We're just as focused on seeing our people thrive as well as our customers. We'll give you every opportunity to develop your career. Our people are striving to create a balanced, sustainable society where everyone can build a better life.

ANZ

Closing in 6 days

Discover the critical role of cyber security with one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closing in 6 days

Discover the role data plays for one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closing in 18 days

Develop the skills to launch your career in the professional workforce.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

Past ANZ Graduate Hiring Statistics

If you’re interested in working at ANZ, understanding when they have opened up applications for their graduate programs, graduate jobs and internships is helpful knowledge to have so you know when you might need to apply. Use the below information to see when ANZ hires graduates, but more importantly what graduate degree’s and other student attributes they target for their jobs.


Months

May 20Jun 20Jul 20Aug 20Sep 20Oct 20Nov 20Dec 20Jan 21Feb 21Mar 21Apr 21024680 job0 job2 jobs5 jobs2 jobs2 jobs3 jobs3 jobs3 jobs3 jobs8 jobs1 job
  • count

Job types

  • Internships (81%),

  • Graduate Jobs (19%),

Disciplines

  • Accounting (78%),

  • Administration (72%),

  • Agriculture (75%),

  • Architecture (22%),

  • Actuary (72%),

  • ...show more

Locations

  • Melbourne (97%),

  • Sydney (91%),

  • Perth (84%),

  • Darwin (72%),

  • Hobart (72%),

  • ...show more

Work rights

  • Australian Permanent Resident (100%),

  • Australian Citizen (100%),

  • New Zealand Citizen (100%),

  • Australian Working Visa (69%),

  • Australian Bridging Visa (69%),

  • Australian Skilled Migration Visa (485) (69%),

  • Australian Student Visa (69%),

  • New Zealand Permanent Resident (16%),

Past ANZ Graduate Programs & Internships

Check out some of ANZ's past jobs they have posted on GradConnection over the last 12 months. Understanding the details about what a graduate employer is looking for well before applications have opened can sometimes be the edge you need to secure your first graduate program.


ANZ

Closed 13 days ago

Develop the skills to launch your career in the professional workforce.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 25 days ago

Discover the critical role of cyber security with one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 25 days ago

Discover the role data plays for one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed a month ago

Join a great place to grow, thrive and belong as a Regional Business Banking Graduate.

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Regional New South Wales and 4 other locations

ANZ

Closed a month ago

Join a great place to grow, thrive and belong as a Technology Graduate.

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Sydney and 1 other locations

ANZ

Closed a month ago

Join a great place to grow, thrive and belong as an Australia Retail and Commercial Graduate.

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Sydney and 3 other locations

ANZ

Closed a month ago

Join a great place to grow, thrive and belong as an Institutional Graduate.

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Sydney and 3 other locations

ANZ

Closed a month ago

Join a great place to grow, thrive and belong as a Data Graduate.

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Melbourne

ANZ

Closed a month ago

Develop the skills to launch your career in the professional workforce.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 2 months ago

Discover the critical role of cyber security with one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 2 months ago

Discover the role data plays for one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 3 months ago

Develop the skills to launch your career in the professional workforce.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 3 months ago

Discover the critical role of cyber security with one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 3 months ago

Discover the role data plays for one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 4 months ago

Develop the skills to launch your career in the professional workforce.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 4 months ago

Discover the critical role of cyber security with one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 4 months ago

Discover the role data plays for one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 5 months ago

Develop the skills to launch your career in the professional workforce.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 5 months ago

Discover the critical role of cyber security with one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 5 months ago

Discover the role data plays for one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 6 months ago

Develop the skills to launch your career in the professional workforce.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 6 months ago

Discover the critical role of cyber security with one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 6 months ago

Discover the role data plays for one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 7 months ago

Discover the critical role of cyber security with one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 7 months ago

Discover the role data plays for one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 8 months ago

Join a great place to grow, thrive and belong as an Australian Business Transformation (Technology) Graduate

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Melbourne

ANZ

Closed 8 months ago

Join a great place to grow, thrive and belong as an Australia Retail and Commercial Summer Intern

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Sydney and 3 other locations

ANZ

Closed 8 months ago

Join a great place to grow, thrive and belong as an Australia Institutional Graduate Summer Intern

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Sydney and 3 other locations

ANZ

Closed 8 months ago

Join a great place to grow, thrive and belong as a Regional Agribusiness Banking Summer Intern

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Sydney and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 8 months ago

Join a great place to grow, thrive and belong as a Technology Summer Intern

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Sydney and 1 other locations

ANZ

Closed 9 months ago

Discover the critical role of cyber security with one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

ANZ

Closed 9 months ago

Discover the role data plays for one of the world's leading financial institutions.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Canberra and 6 other locations

About Us

ANZ


First, a bit about ANZ… But not the usual corporate spiel

Yes, we’re a bank.

And yes, we’re more than 180 years young.

But… We try to do things differently for our customers, community and people.

It’s not just a lick of paint we’ve applied - we are driven daily by our purpose to create a balanced and sustainable society in which everyone can take part and build a better life.

Our purpose not only underpins our business strategy, it guides the decisions and actions we take every day as we serve individuals, families, businesses and communities.

Why Join Us?

ANZ


Be part of change. Using our Human Centred Design approach, we’re committed to delivering products and services that have a meaningful, long lasting impact on our customers.

You do you. We used to call this work/life balance, but really, it’s just about working flexibly to compliment your lifestyle. Whether that’s working from home, flexible hours or working part time – we make it work.

Wellbeing comes first. Your physical and mental wellbeing are our priority, so if that means leaving work early to make soccer training or a Pilates class, do it. Unless you prefer to have a hit of tennis at work, you can do that too.

Out with the old, in with the new. We got rid of hierarchy and introduced a new, agile way of working. Our leaders are approachable, inspired and ready to drive positive change.

Always be learning. Through a structured program we want to bring you up to speed quickly so we can get you involved in cool projects straight away!

Career development and progression paths. We have specific informal & formal programs, tools & support that can help you learn, grow, be bigger and better.

Workplace Equality and Inclusiveness, in every sense of the word.

Dress for Your Day. No need for a suit and tie needed, we trust you to dress appropriately for what you have on each day.

Access to loads of benefits. All staff get discounted rates for ANZ products, insurance, and we even have a gift shop on-site if you forget to buy your mum a present for her birthday.

Graduate Program

ANZ


Let our Graduate Program take your career to the next level.

What you do matters at ANZ. It matters to our customers, to the community, and to our people.

We are interested in people who are willing to transform ideas into reality. In an era where digital is reshaping customer service, it’s important that we continually re-invent the way we work and take this bank to a new level.

We’re on the hunt for dynamic Graduates who love workshopping ideas, are keen to embrace and explore innovation, and have exceptional taste in music (the last bit is optional…).  We want people who aren’t afraid to speak up, share their opinions, develop relationships and influence outcomes.

We’re interested in people from diverse backgrounds, who want to join a bank that’s constantly reinventing itself to address our community’s challenges, raise standards in banking and create opportunities for generations to come.

The key to our success is to support and empower diversity of thinking. We encourage students from all degree disciplines to apply for our program.

We do things differently; be surprised by what you will find. Your university grades aren’t the be-all and end-all. We’re equally interested in your creative thinking and comfort in adapting to new people and situations.

To be eligible for our Graduate Program, when submitting your application, you should:

  • be a citizen of, or hold permanent residency in, Australia or New Zealand;
  • be in your final year of university studies (bachelor degree or higher); or 
  • have graduated in the last three years.

Internships

ANZ


No matter where your career takes you, our Summer Intern Program aims to provide you with the foundations you need to grow and succeed. Our paid eight-week program is a great way to explore a career with ANZ, and gain invaluable experience.

We’re interested in people from diverse backgrounds, who are excited to be part of an industry that’s rapidly transforming for a digital and social world. People who want to make a difference for our customers, culture and community.

Upon completion of the program, you might even receive an early offer for our Graduate Program.

We will provide you with the perfect opportunity to launch your career at ANZ.

The key to our success is to support and empower diversity of thinking. We encourage students from all degree disciplines to apply for our program.

We do things differently; be surprised by what you find. Your university marks aren’t the be-all and end-all; we’re equally as interested in your creative thinking and comfort in adapting to new people and situations.

We’re looking for people who learn from challenges and failures, are digitally savvy and data literate. Your interests, hobbies, skills and experiences also help us get to know you more.

To be eligible you should be:

  • a citizen of, or hold permanent residency in, Australia or New Zealand;
  • in your penultimate or 2nd last year of study of your bachelor or post-graduate degree

Application Process

ANZ


We have simplified our recruitment process to give you the opportunity to show your best self, while having fun getting to know us along the way.

Our application process:

  • Online application form (it’s really short we promise)
  • Game-based assessment (16 games that take about 30 minutes to complete)
  • Personality questionnaire (a whole heap of questions about how you like to work)
  • Video interview
  • Assessment centre

Employee Profiles

ANZ


What our Graduates say:

Ella

Name: Ella
Graduate Program: Institutional
Degree: Bachelor of Engineering / Bachelor of Commerce
Describe yourself in one word: Persistent

What do you get involved in your spare time?

In my spare time I love to get out and about (hikes and trips to the beach), cook and eat out. I also enjoy exercising and enjoying our beautiful city!

In which area of ANZ did you complete your 8-week internship?

I completed my internship in Research & Analysis, Diversified Industries in the Institutional area. This was a great introduction into the heart of institutional lending, and allowed me to meet and learn about other industries and teams as well as the one I was working in. I was surrounded by a great team and met a lot of really supportive and informative people. The thing I enjoyed the most about the internship was the variety and interesting nature of the customers the team serviced.

What has been your favourite rotation within the graduate program?

My favourite rotation within the graduate program was my first rotation, in Customer Strategy. This team enabled me to get an overview of the Institutional area and how all the different sub-areas and teams interact and fit together.

What do you love most about working for ANZ?

The people. I’ve been really lucky and worked with a lot of great people, as well as made some close friends with other graduates at ANZ. So far I’ve found that there are many supportive and helpful people around.

Describe a typical day for you.

On a typical day my role involves managing a portfolio of clients across different industries. This involves understanding these customers, the industries in which they operate and broader economic trends that will have an impact on them. It also involves responding to customer queries and managing the banks relationship with these customers.


Rhys

Name: Rhys
Graduate Program: Finance
Degree: Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) / Bachelor of Arts (English Literature) / Bachelor of Applied Finance
Describe yourself in one word: Creative

What do you get involved in your spare time?

Prior to studying Finance and Accounting I spent a number of years studying Literature and Creative Writing, and I still try to find time to read and write creatively during my spare time.  I’ve also lived overseas for a number of years, and I’m always planning my next big adventure.  The Camino de Santiago pilgrim trail through Spain is next on my list!

What has been your favourite rotation within the graduate program?

I most enjoyed my rotation through the External Reporting team.  This team is responsible for producing ANZ’s financial statements, which is the key way the bank communicates its strategy and results to the public. 

Why would you recommend ANZ to others?

Speaking as a graduate, I would recommend ANZ because of the many developmental opportunities working here provides.  Graduates are encouraged to take on lots of different responsibilities in their various teams, but are always supported in their learning. Taking ownership over your tasks gives you a greater sense of empowerment at work.  Plus, the open, collaborative environment at ANZ means you are constantly exposed to new ways of thinking.   

Describe a typical day for you.

What I have enjoyed most about my experience at ANZ is that there isn’t really a typical day.  Some days I might be required to prepare monthly accounting journals, others I might be asked to help come up with ways to improve or simplify an existing process, or I could even be asked to build a new spreadsheet model.  The great thing about being a graduate is that you’re encouraged to try new things; and ANZ is also an organisation that adopts a philosophy of continuous improvement. 


Sewmee

Name: Sewmee
Graduate Program:  Technology
Degree:  Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) / Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
Describe yourself in one word:  Enthusiastic

What do you get involved in your spare time?

I love to learn new things. I am currently improving my programming skills by learning JavaScript. I also try my hand at cooking new healthy food recipes!

In which area of ANZ did you complete your 8-week internship?

I was part of a team called Global Technology Property Delivery in Technology Service Management. The highlight for me was when I was given the opportunity to be part of ANZ’s new Tullamarine Data Centre Project. I really enjoyed it as I got to experience project management and vendor management in a real life project for the first time! Being back at ANZ as a Graduate, I received the opportunity to visit the actual data centre and it was amazing to see the end result!

Why did you choose ANZ?

I saw that ANZ’s Summer Intern Program had received lot of recognition and I also wanted to take a risk and try a non- engineering role. During my internship I realised how much ANZ can offer when it comes to personal and career development. Hence, I wanted to come back and join as a Graduate.

What has been your favourite rotation within the graduate program?

I’m currently in my first rotation and loving it!  I’m a release analyst in Digital Security. My team specialises in producing new security features and services to enhance customer experience and ensure that our customers are given the highest level of security with their day-to- day banking. I love that my job involves working with a variety of teams such as developers, testers, vendors, business, support and Information Security. Definitely puts my stakeholder management skills to test!

What was your biggest misconception about working at a bank?

That it was just banking and you know technology was mostly just assisting customers with technical issues! The internship was a real eye opener as it made me realise how diverse the technology area is and the wide variety of roles it has to offer.


Josh

Name: Josh
Graduate Program: Australia Division
Degree: Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Economics
Describe yourself in one word: Dedicated

What do you get involved in your spare time?

In my spare time I like to keep active, noting that a lot of my days now are spent at a desk! I’ve always played a lot of sports growing up and I’ve tried to maintain that as part of my lifestyle moving into full-time work. I play soccer every weekend, and during the weekdays I try and get to the gym after work.

I’ve also been a very keen traveller ever since I caught the travel bug after my first trip to Europe

In which area of ANZ did you complete your 8-week internship?

What was your experience like? I completed my program in the Emerging Corporate (EC) segment as part of a team based out of 100 Queen St, Melbourne. I feel that I was really lucky to be placed into EC as it provided me the opportunity to experience an 8- week crash course on typical customer facing Corporate & Commercial banking, and develop a real appreciation for what a day in the life of a typical frontline banker that services our Commercial & Corporate clients is like. From funding analysis surrounding financial performance and security positions, to assisting in maintaining the team’s internal reporting and compliance requirements, it really was a well-rounded, challenging and rewarding experience.

What has been a highlight of your graduate program?

The biggest highlight for me aside from all the experiences and personal development through my rotations has been all the people I’ve met along the way, particularly the other Graduates. Throughout my time on the Graduate Program I have gotten to know some really great and interesting people, and I have made connections that I know will last for years to come.

What was your biggest misconception about working at a bank?

Definitely the pace of change! ANZ has proven itself to be a truly dynamic organisation; we are constantly adapting and responding to the changes and challenges of an ever evolving landscape, which in my opinion is exciting.

What do you love most about working at ANZ?

That would have to be the people. The connections I’ve made and the people I’ve met and continue to work with are such a crucial part of why I enjoy coming to work every day. The culture at ANZ is one of comradery and co- development, a fantastic environment for any person at the beginning of their career. And it’s a culture that I am proud to be a part of.

 
 
 
 

Data Stream

ANZ


What your day might look like as an Data Scientist…

Jeremy Forbes – Data Scientist

“My day starts by sipping on a warm cup of tea, reading any comms that have been sent out that morning and looking at the JIRA board to help me plan what I’m going to prioritise for the day. My squad is made up of awesome data analysts, engineers and scientists from Melbourne and Bangalore, so unlike most other squads in Aus Data, we have our daily stand ups in the afternoon. This works well for me, as it allows me to have a few hours of focused work in the morning.

As a Data Scientist I’m working on building machine learning applications that will help improve and automate ANZ’s processes. So day to day that means I might be spending time on many parts of the end-to-end process. Today that might look like doing exploratory data analysis in Python to better understand the data I’ve got my hands on and spending time breaking it down with teammates. Tomorrow I might be more focused on fitting ML models and discussing results with stakeholders. One of the great things about my squad and the broader data science chapter is that whenever I have a question, someone is always available and eager to help.

Because we’ve been working remotely for a while now, we’ve got our meme game and virtual coffee routines down pat. Most days I’ll typically have a virtual coffee with a friend or mentor at some point in the morning, and also find myself laughing too much at a hilariously lame data science meme sent in our team chat.

Once the afternoon rolls around its time for the daily stand up. This is a great opportunity to check in with the squad to discuss progress made, action times and any blockers – but more importantly, a bit of time to catch up and have a laugh!

After that I’ll action any priority items from the stand up and do a little more work before joining an interesting presentation on data science tools or projects run by one of our many knowledge sharing initiatives in Aus Data.

Then it’s time to wind down, send end-of-day GIFs to my team and make sure I’ve committed my code before calling it a day.”

Read more.

Technology Stream

ANZ


What your day might look like as a Technology Graduate…

Jack

Jack Zheng – Technology Graduate

It’s Monday morning, and you cruise into work at 8am in comfy jeans, new sneakers, and give your co-worker’s dog a pat on the way to your desk. You open your calendar to check what’s on for the day whilst taking a sip of your soy latte that you grabbed from your cool cafe across from work.

You make an audible sigh of relief when you see that you have a showcase in the afternoon, and you can get some meaty work done today. You open up Slack and Github, checking over a few pull requests you opened the previous day. You love getting in to work early because it gives you an extra hour to get a head start on the day. (Beating the 5pm rush hour for leaving work also doesn’t hurt.)

The next few hours’ fly by as you code away using your favourite code editor, Visual Studio Code, on your MacBook Pro. Lunch comes around quickly and you join a few of your teammates for lunch in the kitchen. The showcase in the afternoon goes great, with the demo working fine, and the audience was super impressed by the speed in which your team has been building features. You also got some great feedback which will help with the next iteration of your project.

Another great day on the Technology Graduate Program.

 
 
 

Disability Support

Disability programs diversity icon

ANZ


We’re working hard to make sure ANZ is accessible and inclusive and we’re helping people with disabilities along every step of the recruitment journey and employment process. We want to make sure that people with a disability have an inclusive and supportive experience when applying, interviewing for, and joining ANZ.

Our Approach to Accessibility and Financial Inclusion - Summary 2019 (PDF, 2.26MB) outlines our commitment to making ANZ an open and accessible employment choice for people with disabilities, whether visibile or invisible, and a workplace that supports all staff to be successful.

If you are a person with a disability or have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to apply for our roles as you’ll receive equal opportunity in the recruitment process.

First Nations

Indigenous programs diversity icon

ANZ


Each year, we invest in the training and development of all ANZ employees. Our Indigenous Traineeships provide the opportunity to start you career at ANZ whilst completing your final years of high school, or after graduating as a full-time Personal Banker.

Hear from Rian, ANZ Branch Manager and proud Kamilaroi woman.

Australia Retail and Commercial Stream

ANZ


What your day might look like as a Graduate within our Australia Retail & Commercial business…

Jordan

Jordan Russo – Australia Retail & Commercial Graduate

I always start my day with a waterfront walk to clear my mind and prepare myself for my upcoming day. I sit down at my desk around 9, check my emails, say hello to my team and go downstairs together to grab a fresh orange juice.

First line of order is to do a team stand up where we discuss what work we have on for the day, and bring up any blockers to work through as a team. I log into Adobe Analytics to knock out some of my data investigation from the latest app launch. Our customers are loving our new goals feature, and it’s tracking really well for the delivery squad. I’m putting together a dynamic view to present my findings at a showcase, so that the rest of the tribe can be up to date with our amazing results.

It’s a sunny day out, so I grab a salad and head to the grassy hill to enjoy lunch with a few of my friends. Afterwards, I have a meeting with the Home Lending Department about an upcoming feature they want to release in the app. We collaborate on the possible look and feel, and any risk and assurance items. We will need to meet regularly throughout the upcoming months as we draw closer to release. After completing a few more data requests, I update my agile board to reflect what work is now complete, and scan my eye over what’s on my agenda for tomorrow.


Basma

Basma Firas – Australia Retail & Commercial Graduate

I love to start my day early at 8am where I begin by checking emails and updating my ‘to do list’ for the day. Being in a customer facing role, I have a lot of tight deadlines to deliver excellent customer service, so I find that a ‘to do list’ is really helpful. Once this is complete, my team grab our coats to go on a walk and buy our morning coffee.

I start working through my list of tasks which likely includes responding to customer queries over the phone and speaking with our internal stakeholders such as asset and trade finance. Looking through our portfolio, we have just received the quarter 4 financials from one of our customers. I’ll make a start on analysing the trends from the previous period to track how their business is going and document their credit risk position.

It would be great to attend a customer meeting with this customer in the upcoming weeks prior to their annual review, which is my favourite part of being in banking. I love to hear our customers talk about their businesses and give us a tour of their facilities. This allows us to build a valuable relationship so that we can best meet their needs and assist their business to grow. I’ll mention this to my manager so that we can schedule the meeting ahead of our annual review deadline, which will give us time to discuss any changes to the their banking products.

My team and I love to go for a walk around the block during lunch. We share some laughs and get fresh air. It allows us to come back to the office with a clear mind to continue our work. Today, I have a workshop where our credit and relationship managers discuss a client with our risk team. The purpose of this meeting is to talk through anything we need to consider before we can submit their commercial loan application for approval.

After the call, I continue working through my list until home time. Time flies in frontline roles. It’s always “on the go” because we are responding to customers’ needs. It’s rewarding meeting customer expectations.

Before I know it, I’m saying goodbye, I might hit the pool today to train for my upcoming triathlon.

Institutional Stream

ANZ


What your day might look like as an Institutional Graduate…

Nicola

Nicola Hailey – Institutional Graduate

It’s a crisp morning in the Docklands as you strut down Collins Street; coffee in hand (in a free ANZ Keep Cup), and Airpods in as you listen to your favourite true-crime podcast. As you wait at the lights, you spot a fellow Grad and chat about the day you both have in store. They tell you they are off to a credit workshop this morning (they’re particularly excited to enjoy some free scones during the morning tea break), followed by a coffee with their Segment Head.

You arrive at your desk and check your calendar. First up is your fortnightly interstate pipeline meeting with your team, followed by a customer meeting at their head-office. Yesterday, you finalised a pack for this customer, walking them through a user case for the New Payments Platform and some data insights. Your job at this meeting is to help bring these concepts to life and explore any other opportunities to improve their banking experience. The meeting goes well, and your customer is keen for a further workshop with our Product Specialists.

As you and your Line Manager take the tram back down to head office, you arrange to meet some of the Grads in the kitchen which overlooks the Yarra River for lunch. Your afternoon flies by in a flurry of emails, workshops and conference calls. Ending the day is a Grad Speaker Series presentation from the Sustainable Finance team. There you discuss the bank’s new initiatives and what a rotation might look like in their team.

It’s now 5.30, and a quick peak at tomorrow’s schedule reveals another jam-packed day. You’re meeting a friend in the city for dinner at 6, so it’s time to log off and head out.

Agribusiness Stream

ANZ


What your day might look like as an Agribusiness Graduate…

Ella

Ella Kearsley - Agribusiness Graduate

The work week begins as I pull up to the local ANZ branch, say “g’day” to the retail team, and head out the back to sit down with the business banking crew and go through the week ahead. Between coffee orders, weekend chatter and ribbing about the local footy results, tasks are allocated to the Relationship Manager, Assistant Manager & myself.

The morning flies by, a flurry of account monitoring, liaising with remote teams, preparing documents for upcoming meetings and responding to emails. Lunchtime comes around and I grab a bite to eat on the way to a farm visit - my favourite part of the job.

We drive past prime agricultural land home to beef, dairy, flower & veggie growing and cropping operations. We reach our destination, greeted by a farmer who is the proud new owner of a 5 span pivot. Equipment Finance documents signed, a typical paddock meeting follows - weather, milk price & production. Then it’s back in the car - checking emails when service allows, discussing lending on the go, or my upcoming trip to the big smoke for a grad event.

Back in front of the computer, I’m sending settlement instructions, requesting financials from accountants and confirming RSVP’s to upcoming field days. A quick tweet bragging about my office (farm) views for the day, a bit of knockoff office banter and it’s another day done as an ANZ Agri Grad.

 
 
 
 

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