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.
Meet Tyanna, a proud Namba woman from Brewarrina in New South Wales, and a Branch Manager in Mudgee on Wiradjuri Country.
Co-created by Kuku Yalanji and Woopaburra artist Leona McGrath, Indigenous organisation Yerrabingin, CommBank’s Indigenous and non-Indigenous employees, and members of the community, the creative design visually expresses our refreshed brand and values.
The artwork is designed to symbolise the Bank’s respect for and celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures as part of our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
The design conveys three central themes: Community, Connections and Wellbeing, and pairs some of the CommBank colours with traditional Aboriginal designs to create an artwork and narrative that will conjure connectedness and pride with our customers, communities and our people.
Artist Leona McGrath is a proud Aboriginal woman who is originally from Queensland from the Woopaburra People of Great Keppel Island and Kuku Yalanji People of Far North Queensland, and has been painting for over 30 years.