National Australia Bank
Type of Organisation
We are here to serve customers well and help our communities prosper. Today, there are more than 30,000 people, serving 9 million customers, at over 900 locations throughout Australia, New Zealand and around the world. Through investment in our colleagues and our customers, our ambition is to be:
Safe - By protecting customers and colleagues through financial and operational resilience.
Easy - By creating a simpler, more seamless and digital bank that gets things done faster.
Relationship led - By building on our market-leading expertise, data and insights to foster great relationships with our customers and community.
Long term - By delivering sustainable outcomes for our customers, colleagues and community.
As Australia’s largest business bank, we work with small, medium and large businesses. We’re there to support our customers through every stage of their business needs. We also fund essential infrastructure in our communities (like schools, hospitals and roads) in a way that’s responsible, inclusive and innovative.
MORE THAN MONEY
We’ve shown through our response to COVID-19 what it means to put customers and colleagues first. We’ll continue to move with speed, simplicity and focus, so we can continue to work on what matters most.
Locations where there are vacancies for interns
Vacancies across Australia - see our website.
Residency requirements for interns wishing to apply
Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Roles available for interns
Banking, Finance, Risk, IT, Human Resources, Software Engineering & Project Management.
Degree subjects required for interns wishing to apply
Dependant on the Business Area you choose.
What do recent interns say are the best things about working with us?
"Plenty of opportunity to network, extremely friendly and positive culture and environment. Senior leaders willing to meet with interns. Meaningful work. Team members willing to listen to my ideas."
"I had a really supportive team who took the time to explain processes and help me understand the context of work."