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Job Satisfaction at NAB
- Average rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 13 reviews6.6 / 10
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
Learning to trade foreign exchange options as well as do administrative task around expiring and exercising maturing options.
My day-to-day responsibility is to prepare a proposal to uplift an internal knowledge management platform. I try to keep myself busy with outside projects - working with Corporate Responsibility to audit our impact on customers experiencing domestic and family violence, and managing the comms for the graduate cohort
Learning & Development Continuous exposure to new materials Some challenging work
Having moved teams recently on a secondment, I have now been given more responsibility in putting together finance packs to be presented to the leadership team.
Daily reporting and business performance commentary.
My rotation in the Asset Management Strategy team has given me so much exposure to the current and future prospects of this business, and also the ability to meet so many people!
The graduate program just wasn't for me. You need to be really clear on what stream you apply for to make sure its the most suitable one for you, to get the most out of the experience.
My day to day responsibilities involve a lot of interaction with customers and responding to their requests. I work with a wide range of stakeholders, both internal and external, and as a graduate there is a lot of opportunity for me to be involved in all parts of the lending process. The day-to-day of a frontline banker is very fast paced, and always changing.