MLC is the Wealth Management division of National Australia Bank. We are focused on providing funds, platforms and services that support the provision of quality financial advice and help our customers achieve their aspirations.
Through a vast network of financial advisers, MLC provides quality financial planning services, wealth creation (investments), wealth protection (insurance) and superannuation solutions to investors. MLC also provides corporate and institutional customers with investment, superannuation and employee benefit solutions.
MLC is responsible for product and platform development, asset management, superannuation, managed investments, wealth protection and offerings of various financial planning platforms.
MLC is the partner of choice for more than 1,300 self employed aligned and salaried financial advisers in Australia and holds relationships with more than 2,600 independently owned and licensed advisers who choose to utilise MLC's financial solutions to meet the needs of their clients.
Number of graduates we will recruit for 2006
MLC aim to recruit 10-12 graduates for the 2007 Graduate Development Program. The recruitment and selection process begins in March 2006 and ends in November 2006. Successful candidates will begin employment in February 2007.
Who we look for
We aim to recruit and develop a group of diverse, multi-talented, enthusiastic, high-calibre tertiary graduates. The ability to adapt to a rapidly changing environment is crucial within the fast paced financial services industry. Due to the rotational nature of the program we also seek people who are eager to grow and learn.
Disciplines we recruit from
Graduates from all disciplines who are either completing their studies or have completed them within the last two years will be considered for a position on the MLC Graduate Development Program.
Why you should choose us
The MLC Graduate Development Program provides you with the opportunity to become part of an environment that is creative, dynamic and constantly evolving. Initiative and the ability to challenge the status quo are both valued and rewarded at MLC.
If successful we will be committed to you by investing in your personal and professional development throughout the program and beyond. These unique development opportunities will be driven through a series of diverse rotations that encompass all aspects of the business.
The MLC Graduate Development Program will also provide an unparalleled opportunity to network, be challenged and grow as part of a graduate team through the rotational assignments.
Many of our high achieving graduates have rolled off the program to take up positions of significant influence and responsibility within the company.
The question should not be why choose us, rather why not choose us! Be challenged and join one of Australia's financial services market leaders!
What you can expect
The Graduate Program runs for a period of two years and involves the completion of four, six-month rotations in various areas of our business including:
- Asset Management
- Relationship Management
- Project Roles
- Investment Reporting
- Investment Research
- Product Management
- Corporate Governance and Compliance
- Business Development
- Customer Service
Graduates also complete a learning and development program for the period of the program.
Performance expectations will vary according to each role/placement, however we are committed to clarity of role purpose and objectives and regular performance feedback which facilitates individual development.
Where our graduate roles are located
Graduates are based in Sydney; however the option of a six-month interstate rotation may be available at the discretion of NAB.
What happens after our graduate program
The Graduate Development Program provides the opportunity to work in a range of rotations across multiple disciplines. Once graduates have determined their preferred area during the program, they usually have the opportunity to further develop their experience upon completion of the program. Graduates generally take on a diverse range of permanent roles at the conclusion of the Graduate Development Program. Previous graduates have taken on roles such as Research Analysts, Project Managers, Adviser Relationship Managers, Team Managers and Product Development Managers.
Every employee develops an Individual Development Plan with his or her people leader. The opportunity for skills development is very real and may involve a mix of internally and externally delivered training and/or self-development activities.
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