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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander opportunities


Our commitment to meaningful career pathways

ANZ is committed to developing meaningful career pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. That’s why we offer a range of traineeships and programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and a focus on career development for existing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees to develop future leaders.

Our commitment to indigenous employment is a key focus of our Reconciliation Action Plan since it was established in 2007. ANZ will continue to invest to increasing social and economic participation, building a culturally professional and safe environment for our business, people and communities.

Traineeships we offer

We provide school based traineeships for Year 10-12 students and adult part or full time traineeships. Our traineeships provide the opportunity to complete a certificate level qualification, develop a network of professional relationships and receive on-the-job work experience while earning.

All trainees are employed by one of our Group Training Organisation partners who provide advice and guidance throughout the traineeship.

Group Training Organisations we currently partner with are MaximaAFL SportsReady, and 1300apprentice. We encourage you to speak with them to understand more about traineeships and any current opportunities at ANZ.

Our Group Training partner Organisations

Indigenous recruitment specialist - Fallon Wanganeen

We offer a diverse range of career opportunities and are continuously seeking to attract Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seekers to work across our business areas nationally. To help with this, we have a dedicated Indigenous recruitment specialist, Fallon Wanganeen available to guide and support you through our recruitment process.

Glenn Turnham – Proud Taungurong man and Campus Experience Lead

"ANZ has an all-inclusive, diverse culture and celebrates people coming together from all places.

The Indigenous program at ANZ ensures Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates feel welcomed and supported from the moment they apply for a role, are on boarded and right throughout their entire career at ANZ.

There is strong emphasis on nurturing and supporting the growth and development of Aboriginal and Torres Strait staff, and this is evident by the work the stellar team dedicated to this does. You truly know you are valued as a person. I could not commend the culture and inclusivity at ANZ more. What a wonderful place to work."


School-based traineeships

Prepare for the workforce by developing your skills and workplace experience during years 11 and 12.

To enquire or apply for a school-based traineeship please contact the Group Training Organisation/s below.


Full-time traineeships

Earn a full-time income and join our team whilst receiving three hours of paid student leave each week.

To enquire or apply for a full-time traineeship please contact the Group Training Organisation/s below.


Employment opportunities

We have a dedicated Indigenous Recruitment Specialist who supports all Aboriginal and/or Torres Islander candidates to ensure you have a culturally safe assessment process. Simply apply for any of our roles, and indicate if you'd like to be included in our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs.

Explore permanent, temporary and contract roles. Search for opportunities here.  



Concept design - creative director Marcus Lee

ANZ engaged creative director Marcus Lee to design a concept that reflects the employment opportunities and experience of our Indigenous colleagues.  Marcus explains below how he has reflected this in the concept:

"This concept symbolises ANZ as an inviting and inclusive workplace that offers a wide and varied range of meaningful career pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Inspired by a traditional Aboriginal icon that symbolises a meeting place - on either side of the concentric circles, employment journey pathlines lead in towards the central meeting place, where the dots and lines converge and disperse outwards. The dots and lines symbolise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who enter into ANZ’s career pathways and find successful employment roles within and across the ANZ organisation."


Start your career

You can view our current opportunities here.