We’re determined to make a real difference for Australia’s first peoples. That’s why we’re committed to offering meaningful careers to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through our traineeships, internships, graduate opportunities and experienced hire opportunities. Joining CommBank means joining a community where you’ll be supported professionally and personally, every step of the way.
We’re striving to build a culturally safe environment where everyone appreciates the importance of Indigenous communities and their histories. Through our Indigenous Careers Programs, we’re aiming to help build strong, independent communities while also ensuring that our business reflects the diversity of the communities we serve.
Our School Based Traineeship Program is designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Year 11 and 12.
The program gives students a taster of a career in the financial services industry and also allows us to find and promote the best and brightest young talent.
Along with vital on-the-job experience, the program gives students the opportunity to gain valuable skills and confidence in a safe and secure environment.
Our Full-Time Traineeship Program offers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seekers with the opportunity to develop into a role over 12 – 18 months.
Participants receive ongoing training and support to build their skills and confidence, with the potential to be offered a permanent position once they complete the traineeship.
We are constantly on the lookout for experienced Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seekers to join us.
Our dedicated Indigenous Careers team are available to provide guidance and support with your application at every step of the way.
Meet Mitchell, a proud Kuku-Yalanji and Goorimpul man from the Daintree Rainforest and Stradbroke Island in Queensland and a Product Manager in our Personal Lending team.
The Aboriginal artwork that features across our job advertising and careers site has been commissioned and is owned by CommBank. The work is based on an original design by artist Daikota Nelson, a proud Dja Wurrung woman who grew up and still lives on her traditional country in Castlemaine, Central Victoria.
The visual tells the story of caring for this great Land, and of the power of positive and lasting relationships. The underlying theme behind the work is that of the power and mutual benefits that can be achieved by Indigenous and mainstream Australians working together, supporting one another based on a foundation of mutual respect and trust. The piece features a stylised map of Australia, overlaid with CommBank’s logo.