We know you’ve studied hard and might not know exactly what you want to do when you finish your degree. We understand it’s not always easy to find your way. Our Summer Intern Program is designed to back you in this early stage of your career, to help you develop the skills, knowledge and network with which to build an exciting and inspiring career, no matter where it takes you.
How our Summer Intern Program works
This year our program involves virtual Employability and Future Skills development workshops combined with an immersive business placement. You’ll not only gain insights into the banking and finance industry, but you'll also learn more about your own working style with a personal action plan. You’ll be provided career coaching to determine what you want from your career and how to achieve it.
At the end of our program, you’ll have the opportunity to apply and receive an early offer for our Graduate Program the following year.
Summer Intern Program dates
You’ll need to be free to commence full time employment for 7 weeks (exclusive of 3 weeks unpaid leave over the festive period).
What you’ll be doing
In Risk we review and challenge the execution and management of risk to protect our customers and enable sustainable performance for NAB. We help maintain a strong risk governance and framework that originates at board level and cascades down through the NAB group.
We make risk clear and simple for our business and for our customers by providing strategic enterprise wide risk advice, review and challenge on: non-financial resilience risks (eg. technology, CYBER, operational risks), compliance, conduct and regulatory change and financial (credit and market risks), enabled through policy, data and analytics.
The Application Process
To be eligible for our Summer Intern Program you MUST:
If you are one of more than 4 million people living with disability in Australia and require adjustments throughout our recruitment process to be at your best, please let us know in your online application.
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