There's so much more to a career with Bendigo and Adelaide Bank than just banking.
Our brands and businesses are as diverse as our customers: from risk analysts, relationship managers and full-stack developers through to customer service officers, marketing professionals, and data analysts - where could you fit in?
Do these roles sound like your idea of a great day at work: branch manager, customer service officer, customer relationship manager, mobile relationship manager, assessment officer, call centre consultant, and many more.
Do these roles sound like your idea of a great day at work: risk analyst, finance business partner, legal council, marketing communications, procurement, recruitment/talent acquisition and many more.
Do these roles sound like your idea of a great day at work: architect – cloud, data scientist, developer – full stack, scrum master, solution architect, UX designer and many more.
Do these roles sound like your idea of a great day at work: continuous improvement manager, commercial relationship manager, relationship officer, small business manager and many more.
Because you should feel good about where you work.
We recognise the importance of a healthy work life balance and workplace flexibility. Welcome to a friendly, open, and inclusive environment where we support, encourage and listen to you.
A better future
Our time is now. We are challenging the status quo and we're excited about our future.
Our ways of working
Cross collaboration, flexibility, and leveraging technology are considered critical to our future success. We move fast to support our people and our customers.
We're more than just a bank with banking products. We change the lives of customers and communities. Commercial actions with heart.
Community lives here
We're part of something special and create change. Our mateship and connection scales from team to community.
Our culture is different
Our authentic values flow through the bank and our teams. We recognise you for who you are and what you contribute.
*Roy Morgan Single Source (Australia). Risk Monitor, July 2018 – June 2019; n=14,383