Shaping a world where people and communities thrive.
Since opening as the Bank of Australasia in the 1830s, we’ve been focused on creating a balanced, sustainable economy in which everyone can take part and build a better life.
We believe that the value of banking is not measured in dollars and cents. Our true worth lies in the relationships built by connecting people and businesses.
It’s about unlocking opportunities that empower the community to transform and grow.
Today, there are more facets to what we do than ever before, but what we do is underpinned by the same values we’ve always had. As part of our team, you’ll experience first-hand how we can help you develop a career that’s rewarding, flexible and inclusive.
Life at ANZ
Opportunities for every life stage
Whether you are seeking a school-based traineeship, a part-time role while you study or starting to think about a role as a university graduate, ANZ has career paths that are flexible to suit you. We also have specific recruitment programs focused on Indigenous employment, refugees and for people with a disability. In a rapidly changing world, the opportunity to learn and grow is more important than ever. We’re proud to provide ongoing learning opportunities to our people that foster their curiosity and a network of support to help them succeed.
Bring your whole self to work
ANZ is creating a truly vibrant and inclusive workforce. In order to better understand the needs of our customers, we need the range of experiences, perspectives and backgrounds that only a diverse workforce can bring. Everyone at ANZ has the opportunity to progress, regardless of race, gender, age, disability, culture or sexual orientation. We have employee networks focused on gender equality, people with a disability, Indigenous Australians and for our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered and Intersex (LGBTI) employees and their allies. We also have specific recruitment programs focused on Indigenous employment and for people with a disability.
The flexibility to be your best
We understand that the nature of work is evolving. As an employee of ANZ, we’re committed to giving you every opportunity to build and develop your career by creating a flexible and inclusive workplace. ANZ offers flexible start and finish times, job sharing, lifestyle leave, part-time work, flexible workspaces and working remotely. This allows our employees to better service to our customers and allows our staff time to spend doing the other things that are important to them.
We’ll help you to progress
In a rapidly changing world, the opportunity to learn is more important than ever. We’re proud to provide ongoing learning opportunities to our people that foster their curiosity and help them succeed. As an organisation, we encourage experimenting, creativity and calculated risk-taking. Together, these things promote adaptability, growth and discovery in our people.
Our people are encouraged to lead by example, creating a workplace where learning happens through:
Experience – On-the-job experiences, shadowing and mentoring
Education & Training–form all learning, including online and face-to-face
Exposure–project opportunities/ secondments, collaborating with other teams
Environment & Infrastructure– ongoing coaching from your manager and your peers.
Work for a socially responsible bank
ANZ is committed to ensuring we manage our business to take account of economic, social and environmental risks, and opportunities in order to positively impact our customers, shareholders, people and communities. We strive to create a balanced, sustainable economy in which everyone can take part and build a better life. We aim to act with fairness and balance in everything we do and do the right thing, even when it comes at a cost. This supports our purpose to help shape a world where people and communities thrive.
Broaden your perspective
In order to build the leaders of the future, ANZ invests in creating values-led leaders with the capabilities and critical experiences required to lead and support the growth of our people.
We believe that being a good leader is not all about delivering results; it’s also about how those results are achieved, to align with ANZ’s values of Integrity, Collaboration, Accountability, Respect and Excellence.
Get social with us
ANZ is building a socially enabled bank. We have embraced social media as a key platform that enables the way we do business. From our presence on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or LinkedIn, through to our digital publication Blue Notes, we’re leading the charge in connecting with our customers and our staff in new and exciting ways.
ANZ offers a range of rewards
Your contribution will be recognised with a range of financial and career benefits that rank among the best, including:
Competitive salary package
Flexible working arrangements, lifestyle leave, career breaks
Health and well being programs
Discounts on ANZ products and services
Salary sacrifice benefits such as car parking and superannuation contributions
a range of discounts on non-ANZ products and services.
When you become a part of the team you’re not just joining a local bank, you’re joining a global network. A career with ANZ provides you with the opportunity to work for an organisation with global perspective and reach.
Where do I sign up
For more information about what ANZ can do for you and your career, and to explore the endless opportunities, visit www.anz.com/careers or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube or LinkedIn.
Great place to thrive
Everything we do comes down to ‘why’
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.
Our culture & values
We’re guided every day by our purpose and values.
Our values mean whatever situation we’re in, we care about our customers, our colleagues and how our actions contribute to the community.
ICARE: Integrity, Collaboration, Accountability, Respect and Excellence.
Our values are a huge part of our culture.
A culture that’s growing to support our business strategy, our people, our customers’ and society’s expectations of us.
Innovation and ongoing learning underpins everything we do.
Great place to grow
We do things differently at ANZ
We’re hungry to do things differently, to be more responsive to customers.
We are responding faster to changing customer requirements, focusing on the things that matter the most, energising our people, eliminating waste and reducing bureaucracy.
People and teams are engaged, learning and working in ways that are empowering.
We value leadership
We ask our people to practice daily leadership behaviours:
Create shared clarity
Connect with empathy
Grow people selflessly
These are the leadership behaviours we value and expect from our leaders.
We grow our leaders through supporting them with learning tools, experiences and coaching.
“We encourage our leaders to constantly adapt and grow by gaining broad experience in different situations and across various parts of our business”
Shayne Elliott, ANZ CEO
Great place to belong
We believe in the inherent strength of a vibrant, diverse and inclusive workplace where the backgrounds, perspectives and life experiences of our people create a great place to belong.
We have a variety of employee networks to promote and nurture our inclusive workplace:
Global Pride Network (LGBTI)
Global Abilities Network (Disability)
Australian Reconciliation Network (Indigenous)
Australian Forward Network (Gender Equality)
New Zealand Asian Employee Network
New Zealand Indian Employee Network
New Zealand Maori & Pacific Islander Network
Australian Spectrum Program (Autism at work)
Everyone has different needs and priorities and we support you to bring your whole self to work.
Depending on your role, we offer a range of flexible working options including:
9-5 doesn’t work for everyone. We offer the freedom to start early or finish later – whatever suits you and your role
Part-time hours (as part of a job share or a standalone role) may be possible to support you with career responsibilities, study and other personal pursuits
Depending on your role, work some of your week from whenever you need to; on the road, from home or the local coffee shop
Lifestyle leaves and career breaks
Top up your annual leave with additional purchased leave or take a longer period of unpaid time off
We want ANZ to be a great place to work, learn and grow and we want to attract great people who thrive in an environment that encourages collaboration, team performance and long-term thinking. We’re the first bank in Australia to completely restructure our approach to pay and reward – focusing our people towards increased team contribution and sustainable Group performance – in line with our purpose, culture and values.
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.
Take a leap in the right direction
Fast track your career in one of many business areas across Australia & New Zealand.
Each of our programs has a different focus and offers a variety of career paths. Join our Technology program and you might be helping out on the architecture or cyber security. In our Retail teams, your focus could be on banking, lending and investments to help businesses of all sizes achieve their goals.
In Australia, we have five Graduate programs available across our Australia Retail & Commercial, Institutional, Technology, Agribusiness and Finance divisions.
We recruit for our programs in February each year, with each program running for 18 months including 3 x 6 month rotations.
This excludes our 24-month Finance program, which we recruit for in July each year.
In New Zealand, we have eight Graduate program streams available across our Commercial & Agribusiness, Digital & Transformation, Finance, Institutional, Operations & Services, Retail & Business Banking, Technology and Wealth divisions.
We recruit for our programs in February each year, with each program running for 18 months including 3 x 6 month rotations.
This excludes our Finance program which we recruit for in February, and runs for a longer period of three years.
If you’re ready to learn, we’re ready to help you develop a successful career at ANZ. You will get 18-24 months of critical experiences across our businesses including exposure to a diverse range of people, environments and situations. We also provide supportive coaching, peer-to-peer learning, mentoring, training, networking and sponsorship from senior leaders.
Diversity of thinking is one of the keys to success, so we encourage students from all degree disciplines to apply for our program.
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;
in your final year of university studies (bachelor degree or higher); or
you have graduated in the last three years.
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)
Summer Intern program
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 2021 Graduate Program.
We will provide you with the perfect opportunity to launch your career at ANZ.
What kind of work will you be doing?
We believe the best way to learn is to throw yourself into new experiences. Each of our eight week Summer Intern Program streams has a different focus.
Join our Technology program and you might be helping out on the architecture or systems we need to deliver the best experience to our customers. In Australia Division, you could be focusing on banking, lending and investments to help businesses of all sizes grow and achieve their goals.
You’ll work as part of a team and receive guidance, support, and feedback from your manager. You’ll get the chance to network with a range of graduates and managers, and develop skills important for future success in the workplace.
Who can join the Summer Intern Program?
Diversity of thinking is key to our success, so we encourage students from all degree disciplines to apply for our program.
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
Virtual Internship Program
At ANZ we have a big focus on developing our people and we wanted to extend this by making learning opportunities available to as many people as possible. To do this, we offer free virtual internships that are available to whoever has a curious mind and wants to learn new things. Virtual work experience programs give students a taste of what it’s like to be part of ANZ and the type of work done by those who are at the start of their careers and critical areas of banking.
There are two virtual internships available:
Job Ready Program
The Job Ready program has been created for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students preparing for the workforce. Designed in consultation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and working professionals, it includes a range of interactive tasks to help prepare you, as you enter the workforce for the first time. This program takes you through the hiring process with fun, interactive activities and throws light on how to prepare for your job, how to write a professional email and how to manage your tasks efficiently. The Job Ready internship seeks to support and inspire Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to see themselves at a large organization like ANZ.
Cybercrime in Australia is a growing threat and is becoming an attractive way for criminals to steal information, money or disrupt businesses.
By building a diverse and talented cybersecurity workforce, we are protecting our customers and employees.
If you’re thinking about a career in Cyber Security and want to know what it’s like, our Cyber@ANZ Virtual Internship is the program for you!
We are seeking a diverse talent pool to protect ANZ and our customers. By undertaking this virtual internship you will see first-hand how some of this occurs, and we will get to see how you go about approaching these tasks we are faced with today. Come join us and let’s work together to make the virtual world a safer place for all. Click here and discover all you need to know about cyber security, and the role it plays for one of the world’s leading financial institutions.
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Career Progression at ANZ
The ANZ Way
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Accessible & Inclusive for all
Wherever ANZ operates we want to ensure we attract and develop the best people for the role. One of the ways we achieve this is through employee-led networks such as ANZ Pride. Pride exists to promote diversity, inclusion and respect for the bank’s staff and customers worldwide by supporting and engaging our people, their families and friends, and the LGBTIQ+ community.
Supporting our Staff
With more than 2000 members globally ANZ is proud to have an LGBTIQ+ and allies network. Formed in 2007, and formalised in 2013, the aim of the network is to be a voice, contact point and support mechanism for LGBTIQ+ employees and allies. Pride focuses on active engagement through internal and external activities supporting the community.
Supporting the LGBTIQ+ Community
ANZ is the Principal Partner of Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and has been marching and representing LGBTIQ+ staff for 14 years. Through our partnership, we’ve helped raise awareness and support to increase visibility of the LGBTIQ+ community through public displays of commitment such as GAYTM’s, GAYNZ branches as well as our recent multi- award winning “Sign Posts of Love” 2019 Mardi Gras campaign.
To extend ANZ and Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras’ support and commitment to the LGBTIQ+ community beyond the Mardi Gras festivities, we developed the ANZ & Sydney Mardi Gras Community Grants. Now in its third year, the grants provide financial funding for a wide range of purposes including education and training, community development and creation, arts and culture – anything under the rainbow.
In 2018 ANZ demonstrated its public support for the intersex community by becoming the first major publicly listed company in Australia and New Zealand to affirm the Darlington Statement. We are also one of 235 organisations worldwide to support the UN LGBTIQ+ Standards of Conduct for Business.
Improving our policies
Pride actively works with the Talent & Culture and Diversity & Inclusion teams to review and improve policies and procedures to ensure they are inclusive of our LGBTIQ+ employees and customer. In 2017, ANZ supported an employee in affirming their gender identity; Corey was the first person at ANZ to formally affirm their non-binary gender identity.
Whether you are single, an LGBTIQ+ parent or caring for a sick partner, ANZ allows for flexible working arrangements as long as these are agreed with your line manager. This means that in circumstances where you are the only person able to care for a child or partner, you can adjust your work arrangements to ensure you are able to meet both commitments inside and outside of work.
Recognition as an employer of choice
ANZ has received formal recognition for workplace inclusion through Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) (Australia), Rainbow Tick (NZ), and Community in Business Benchmarking (Hong Kong). In 2019 we achieved Platinum Employer recognition through AWEI for sustained and ongoing commitment to LGBTIQ+ inclusion.
An investment in your future
ANZ is committed to investing and developing meaningful career pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We believe in the inherent strength of a vibrant, diverse and inclusive workforce where the backgrounds, perspectives and life experiences of our people help us to forge strong connections with our customers, to innovate and deliver better outcomes for our customers.
We continue to lead the way to promote and foster an environment of awareness, acceptance and cohesion to step closer to a truly equal society between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous Australia. We strive to ensure that our workforce reflects the diversity of our customers, and harnesses the unique talents, perspectives and experiences of all our people.
ANZ was the first major Australian company to register a Reconciliation Action Plan in 2007, and we recognise there is more to be done. We continue to invest in our Reconciliation Action Plan as our roadmap to increasing social and economic participation, building a culturally professional and safe environment for our business, people and communities.
Disability & Accessibility
We’re committed to giving you every opportunity to learn and grow by creating a thriving and inclusive workplace. Our purpose is to shape a workplace where people and communities thrive. That means ensuring our future workforce is open to everyone.
The future of ANZ is one where leaders are curious, create shared clarity by inspiring others, empower people, connect with others in an empathic way, develop and grow people selflessly. Diversity and inclusion is integral to ANZ.
Our employees are a part of one of Australia’s largest companies, and we aim to be an employer of choice for people with accessibility needs, where there is equal access and opportunity for every member of our teams.
Our Approach to Accessibility
Over many years, ANZ has developed a range of commitments and initiatives to support the accessibility, diversity and inclusion of our customers, communities and employees. These commitments support financial wellbeing, improve the accessibility of everyday banking services, and support customers with tailored banking products and services. They underpin a key sustainability target, to help enable the social and economic participation of one million people by 2020.
We work towards creating opportunities for people with disability at ANZ by:
Providing disability confidence training to recruiters and managers so they can support people with disability applying for roles with us;
Continuing to raise awareness in relation to resources and information available to support inclusive recruitment and workplace adjustments;
Collecting and analysing data about the diversity (including disability) of our workforce, so we can better understand the retention, engagement and professional development of diverse groups;
Supporting individuals participating in ANZ’s Autism Spectrum Program to build their skills and develop thriving careers;
Growing our employee-led Abilities Network, and harnessing their insights to better inform design and development of ANZ processes, products and services;
Growing our disability mentoring and paid university internship programs for students with disability;
Continually improve our communications to ensure they are accessible and inclusive
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