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Job Satisfaction at Westpac
- Average rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 72 reviews7.8 / 10
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
Preparing pitch packs and training materials for sales team, research on managed funds and other sales support functions
Gathering/Analysing requirements, communicating with various business units, managing stakeholder expectations/communication channels.
Producing documents to fulfil quota Entry level position with flat learning curve. Placed here at my objection as team was under resourced.
It depends on the rotation - some rotations you have more responsibilities than others.
day to day I help provide technical consultation to business tams in creative space. Also work on many project type roles to deliver larger technology initiatives
The white collar equivalent of fetching coffees - sending emails, writing documents no one reads, asking questions on the grapevine because knowledge is so poor in the bank and you can't easily find information that is needed.
Always evolving, rarely doing the same tasks day after day. Generally, will be very hands on in building applications and performing proof of concepts within the security group.
Corporate financial analysis Industry Analysis Management Assessment Internal meetings/discussions
In my first rotation, I was in the enterprise risk analytic team - operational risk. This involved running the regulatory and economic capital model and presenting the drivers of capital movements in non-technical terms. I was also involved with exploring the level of statistical support that existed to upgrade the model during the model re-work. In my second rotation, I was in model validations. I got to re-build a score-card model from scratch (based on team�s documentation), which was pretty interesting. In my third and current rotation, I have been building a data-quality dashboard from scratch (using VBA and SAS)
my day to day responsibilities vary with each rotation through the program. I have been front of house in a branch, managing customers in Premium banking, assisting business development managers in the back office and many other diverse roles. no two days are the same.
On this current project I had the role of a business analyst working on a multi-million-dollar project. I assisted with overseeing User Acceptance Testing as well as dabbling in some change management aspects. Day to day responsibilities include keeping in touch with the testers to address their concerns, make sure all testing is being documented and to prepare for testing each day.
System maintenance, system administration. Introducing new procure/service management tool to the organisation Handling large number of users and verifying system chargeback
As a graduate you are able to rotate between teams every few months which allows us to experience a variety of areas and work in different product areas and client types.
I assist in the facilitation and structuring of workshops, ideate on potential solutions to customer problems and work to improve the innovative capacities of the bank.