How the Technology Intern Program works
Looking at a career in IT but not sure where to begin or which direction to head? Our IT internship is the perfect place to start to give you the industry experience and exposure you need. Whether you’re still studying or a past graduate who’s looking for a career change, the internship is a 6-12 month full time paid program. The program commences in January and July, in line with university semesters.
You’ll discover what it’s like to learn and work in information technology at one of Australia’s largest and most successful financial institutions. During your internship you’ll be mentored and supported in your learning and development, all while doing real work in one of our innovative technology teams.
You’ll become certified in AWS/Azure, have opportunities to join our inhouse hackathons and network with senior leaders across the business. If you’re a current student, you can also earn credit towards your degree.
The technology intern program is predominantly offered in Melbourne, with some places available in Sydney.
Technology Intern Program roles
As part of the program you’ll have the chance to learn and support teams in a variety of roles including:
- Intern Software Engineers
- Intern Cloud Engineers
- Intern Data Analysts/Engineers
- Intern Security Analysts
- Intern Business Analysts
- Intern Technical Analysts
- Intern DevOps Engineers
- Intern Project Analysts
- Intern Financial Crimes Analysts
Eligibility for our Technology Intern Program
You’ll need to make sure you meet the following requirements.
Citizenship and visa requirements
You’ll need to be an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or be an Australian permanent resident at the time of applying for the program.
Tertiary education requirements
You’ll need to be completing an undergraduate or postgraduate degree or course in a STEM field (science, technology, maths, engineering) or already be a graduate with a STEM background.
Application and selection process
To apply you’ll need to submit a resume, a cover letter telling us about yourself, and your academic transcript via NAB's career portal, opens in new window. You’ll need to nominate your top three role preferences when you apply.
If you meet our eligibility criteria, we’ll invite you to complete online assessment. This will include a cognitive assessment, followed by a Codility challenge for those applying for the more technical roles.
If you’re successful, you’ll be invited to interview with the managers of hiring teams. Following interviews, applicants will be notified if they’re accepted into the program.
Please think about when you might want to commence our tech internship and make sure you keep in mind the following recruiting periods.
We recruit from March to June for internships starting in July, and from September to December for internships starting the following January.
Awards and recognition
The Australian Association of Graduate Employers has ranked our Intern Program as one of the top intern programs, opens in new window in the country; recognising those organisations which provide the most positive experience for interns as determined by the interns themselves.
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