We can support you to build a career helping other people, businesses and communities secure and enhance their financial wellbeing.
We are the public face of CommBank, delivering a seamless banking experience for the future, to over 10 million personal and small business customers. We offer market-leading products and services, supported by some of the world’s best systems and processes.
Summer Intern Program 10 weeks from December – February. This program gives you exposure across our business; you’ll receive training, networking opportunities, be supported by a buddy and have the chance to contribute meaningfully to our business.
Graduate Program A 15-month structured rotational program, comprising four rotations. The first rotation is a branch rotation giving you the skills and experience required in the Retail Bank. You can then work in a variety of areas, including:
Who we look for You are innovative, results driven, solutions focused, resilient, strategically minded, proactive and a strong role model of team and leadership behaviour. You have excellent interpersonal skills, are commercially astute and passionate about delivering exceptional customer service.
Graduates from all disciplines are welcome to apply, however, preferred degrees include:
I completed an RBS summer internship and I’m now a 2013 RBS Graduate. Knowing that I had a graduate role secured when I went back to uni for my final year was a great relief.
Every day I am challenged, but also supported. My professional goal for this year is to meet one new person every day. I enjoy RBS because I’m always helping someone different. I’m working directly with customers and can see the impact my work can have on people’s lives.
I also like the social aspects of the program, catching up with the other RBS graduates once a week and participating in activities like the graduate community committee. I see my career developing into a managerial role after finishing the program. Jason, a 2013 RBS Graduate.
To hear more about life at CommBank read some of our current graduates’ blog posts.