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Your career starts here.

Interested in joining us? Here's what to expect.

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1. Online application

You can search all available roles here. When applying for a role for the first time, your Applicant Profile will be automatically created. This will be your login account for all updates as well as any future applications with the bank. 

Our Recruitment Team read each application - so take the time to prepare your resume, cover letter (if applicable) and responses to the application questions. First impressions count. 

2. Phone interview

If your submitted application is successful, you will be invited to discuss your application further. This is your opportunity to demonstrate your skills and motivation for the role you’ve applied for. We'll ask a few questions to get to know you, and encourage you to ask any questions you have about the position or about us. We're more than happy to accommodate any accessibility adjustments, please see FAQs below for details.

3. Panel interview

If selected to progress from your phone interview, we'll get to know each other better. You’ll meet with the hiring manager and panel members for a formal interview either virtually or in person to further explore your capabilities, experience and achievements. We'll also share more about the position, and what it means to work for Bendigo and Adelaide Bank. 

You may also be required to complete an online cognitive or psychometric assessment at some stage during the application process.

4. Pre-employment checks

Checks may occur at various stages throughout the interview process. These checks are mandatory for all new employees and might include employment reference checks, a National Police Check and additional licence and qualification checks to verify your credentials. When checks are required, the Recruitment Team will discuss the details and requirements with you prior to initiating them. 

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5. Offer of employment and onboarding

If you’ve been successful, we look forward to welcoming you on board. To make it easy for you, our formal offer and onboarding process is all managed online via your Applicant Profile. As well as receiving your formal offer you’ll be able to submit all your onboarding paperwork and we’ll send you a welcome pack in preparation for your first day. 

Missed out on an opportunity? Our Recruitment Team will keep your details in our database, adding you to our talent community so we can keep in touch with you about other roles that may be suitable. 

Frequently asked questions

Q: How can I contact the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Recruitment Team?

A: If you have a current application, please check your recent emails for your recruiter's contact name and email. If you do not know your recruiter or have not yet applied, please contact or call 1300 301 551 (Option 1).  

Q: How can I check on the status of my application?

A: You can login to your Applicant Profile at any stage to see the status of your application. Communication through the recruitment process will come via email to your registered email address, or by phone.

Q: I identify as transgender or gender diverse - is there someone I can contact to discuss my application?

A: Absolutely. Please contact Catherine Johnson, Senior Recruitment Advisor at to arrange a confidential discussion.

Q: How can I unsubscribe from Job Alerts or Talent Network communication?

A: Our Talent Network and Applicant Profiles are two separate platforms and logins. You can unsubscribe from communication and job alerts by logging into your Talent Profile here.

Q: Can I apply for multiple roles? Is there a minimum waiting period before reapplying?

A: You can submit applications for multiple roles. In some cases, different roles are managed by different recruiters, or there could be more than one position you're interested in. If you were recently unsuccessful and would like further feedback, please contact your recruiter prior to reapplying.

Q: I require accessibility support to participate in the recruitment process and working at the Bank. Who can I contact to discuss this?

A: We're a proud advocate and supporter of workplace accessibility. You can contact us:

1300 301 551 (Option 1)

The National Relay Service can assist those who are deaf, hard of hearing and/or have a speech impairment to make and receive phone calls.

Q: I am an agency recruiter and want to partner with Bendigo and Adelaide Bank. Who can I contact?

A: Our internal talent acquisition team handles recruitment across the group. Please contact for further information.

Q: Where can I access your Privacy Policy? How can I control my data?

A: You can find details of our Privacy Policy here. If you have applied for a role with us and no longer wish to have an Applicant Profile, please contact us on