GradAustralia surveyed 89 graduates working at ANZ. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 89 responses.
Variety of career pathways, diverse workplace, work life balance.
Excellent culture which encourages learning and both personal and career development. ANZ is an excellent place to begin your career and offers a broad range of roles in many locations and divisions
Super Regional Strategy and connectivity with Asia - potential opportunity of working overseas
Great focus on the graduates in the business, everyone is always willing to help in order to create an excellent learning environment.
Excellent development opportunities - the graduate team is very interested in the ensuring graduates receive a wide range of experiences throughout the program, including meeting senior stakeholders throughout the business
Being in a large organisation - it can sometimes be difficult to understand all the different functions and find your way around
Finance Industry receives a lot of criticism
The graduate program is rotation based, which means you could end up working for a difficult boss or an area you are not interested in for 6 months.
Firstly complete online psychometric testing while filling out form on yourself - your strengths, weaknesses and experience. Then attend day where you undertake an , interview and business case scenario.
Lots of great sponsorship. Fantastic staff foundation where staff contribute from their salaries and bank matches them dollar for dollar. Funding goes to deserving local charities. One paid day per year to do volunteer work.
Recycled paper is used, staff are encouraged to only print what they need to, process changes are put in place to reduce the amount of paper used, lights turn off automatically, staff are encouraged to shut down computers at night, the new Head Office building uses solar power and other initiatives to reduce carbon footprint.