Career Harvest Internships

CommBank Summer Intern Program

Application Close: 11 Aug 2016, Midnight AEST
Status: Open

Passionate about rural and regional Australia?

CommBank is looking for summer interns from a wide range of disciplines who are passionate about developing their skills, taking hold of opportunities and meeting the needs of our customers. Our 10-week program gives you a taste of what it’s like to work with Australia’s best bank. You’ll be given full support and training to help you decide if CommBank is the right fit for you.

With an Agriculture degree, you may wish to apply (but would not be limited to) our Regional & Agribusiness Banking Summer Intern Program (as part of our broader Business & Private Banking Programs). Please note that the Regional & Agribusiness opportunities are located in regional and rural areas.

WHAT can you expect as a summer intern?

  • Contribute from day one. 
    You’ll be given real work that impacts our business and our customers.
  • Receive training and development.
    You’ll receive group-wide training and business area-specific training.
  • Support and networking opportunities.
    You’ll have a buddy to support you and will build networks with your fellow interns and with managers from across CommBank.
  • Access to senior management.
    You’ll have unique access to senior leaders.
  • Stability
    You’ll be working at Australia’s largest bank – enjoy fantastic offices with the latest technical innovations.
  • Give back.
    You’ll have chance to contribute to the community by participating in our community committee and other initiatives.

Download the CommBank Virtual Workplace mobile app to explore our Innovation Lab and discover what it’s like to work with us.

Qualifications

To be eligible to apply for our 2016-17 Summer Intern Program, you must:

  • Be an Australian or New Zealand permanent resident or citizen at the time of application.
  • Be in the penultimate year of your university degree.
  • Have achieved at least a credit average (65%) across your university degree.

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