Commonwealth Bank Indigenous IT Traineeships – Sydney
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- Are you naturally inquisitive about how things work?
- Are you passionate about technology?
- Do you want to earn a salary while learning key skills for a future in technology?
Start a Traineeship in Information Technology today with one of the most innovative banks in Australia – CommBank!
Our Enterprise Services (IT) business have partnered with the Indigenous Careers team to create 30 new Traineeship opportunities in IT to commence in 2018.
This is not like any other Traineeship! This program offers you the opportunity to join a group of fellow trainees and develop your skills and experience in technology related roles over a 12 month period.
You will be employed directly by the Commonwealth Bank and receive an annual salary, while completing a recognised IT qualification with ongoing training, mentoring and support to make sure you succeed.
The types of roles on offer range from administration/project support officers, project management, analysts, systems architecture and testing and will set you up for long term career in Information Technology upon completion of the 12 month program.
We would love to talk to job seekers with:
- A keen interest in Technology
- Strong accuracy and attention to detail
- Great communication skills
- A desire to learn!
CommBank has a strong commitment to promote social, economic and financial inclusion for Australia’s First People. Through our Indigenous Employment Programs, we support adult Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seeker with support and access to exciting new career opportunities across the Bank.
How to Apply
To apply for this Traineeship please submit your resume and cover letter to the CommBank Indigenous Careers team – Indigenouscareers@cba.com.au
Commonwealth Bank acknowledges the traditional custodians of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.