Flexible. Connected. Unique.
The AMP graduate program provides the pathway to create your tomorrow.
Your program. Your rotations. Your AMP.
The AMP graduate program offers you a personalised development opportunity like no other.
As a graduate, you will complete a two-year rotational program within the business stream of your choice providing you with the flexibility needed to create your tomorrow. Taking on meaningful work from day one, you’ll be guided through a tailored training program which aims to accelerate your personal and professional development.
At AMP we trust our people and give our graduates the connections and flexibility to make a difference. The needs of our clients are diverse, and so are we.
We welcome and encourage applications from all undergraduate degrees. Explore below each of the business streams available for our Graduate program and see where your passion could take you. Full role profiles are available under each stream profile.
Accounting & FinanceShow more
Graduates obtain hands-on foundational accounting experience within AMP Finance, ensuring they have a breadth of experience for a successful career post program. The skills learnt on the rotational program align with the professional study of the CA which is completed as part of the graduate program. Graduates will be financially supported in their completion of the CA program.
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Financial ServicesShow more
The Financial Services stream provides graduates with a holistic understanding of the wealth management and retail banking industry. Graduates complete rotations within a broad range of areas across the business with opportunities to gain experience in product design and development, strategy, customer insight and analytics and digital.
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The Technology graduate program offers pathways for graduates who want to apply their skills in an innovative and global environment. With a focus on designing, developing and enhancing our technology systems and architecture, our graduates are drivers of change who are passionate about creating market leading customer and employee experiences. Providing the opportunity to grow transferrable capabilities including extensive programming, coding, development, analyst and change skills, the Technology graduate program puts our graduates at the forefront of an ever changing Technology landscape.
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At AMP we strive to create an environment where people can shine and one that offers guidance and support, whilst being enough flexibility enough to ensure you can make the most of your life, both professionally and personally.
Over the two-year period of the graduate program, you’ll have the chance to rotate through a number of teams in your selected business stream, helping you to work out what’s right for your skills and interests.
The flexible nature of the rotational structure helps you build skills and take on meaningful, challenging work from the very start of your journey.
Leaders who wish to have a graduate as part of their team have to submit a rotation opportunity that provides development for their graduate and a real chance to make a contribution to their business area and AMP’s overall strategy. The rotation leaders then present this opportunity to the graduates who nominate their individual preferences for their next rotation.
Professional Development Program
A tailored professional development program overlays the rotations and includes a series of formal workshops, technical skills training, insight sessions, lunch & learns and networking opportunities with senior executives and mentors.
Your rotation leader will ensure that you are given the tools you need to perform the tasks required in your rotation and include you team meetings, events and projects that will add to “on the job” learning experience. You’ll be encouraged to leave a legacy in each team you rotate through and add value to existing frameworks.
In your second year, you’ll work on a Business Improvement Project (BIP) with other members of your cohort the chance to win funding towards piloting your idea after presenting your findings to a panel of senior leaders.
Sharing your experiences with your cohort you’ll start building network of people who understand your value and are committed to your development and success start from the day of offer.
The Graduate Program Talent Manager oversees the program from end to end and your Graduate Champion will act as a mentor through your journey and your Buddy from a previous cohort will share their lived experiences with you.
Graduates are seen as a great asset to AMP, and you will have the wider Graduate Alumni Community to lean on as well as access to senior leaders in the business.
Wellness & Benefits
As part of your remuneration package, you will receive a competitive base salary plus 12% superannuation. You’ll be entitled to 20 days annual leave per year with the option to take up to 4 weeks additional leave via purchase leave.
You will have access to a special employee home loan package and everyday banking solutions at AMP Bank.
Through the AMP Advantage app, you can access a wide range of retail and entertainment discounts.
There is nothing more important than wellbeing and AMP’s Be Well program takes a holistic approach to the wellbeing of employees and considers physical, personal, psychological and environmental factors. Everyone at AMP is encouraged to take some time out and there are numerous events and seminars to attend throughout the year as well as access to the Wellbeing Gateway app.
The We Flex approach acknowledges that flexible working is for everyone and gives leaders and employees the autonomy to agree how, when and where work is done in support of our inclusive workplace.
AMP’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) focuses on Coaching, Health, Advice, Mentoring & Psychological Wellbeing (CHAMP) and has numerous free and confidential service available to all AMP employees and their immediate family, including counselling, wellbeing coaching, nutritional planning, financial mentoring, and legal advice.
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The AMP Foundation has invested more than $100 million into the community through partnership with charities and other not for profit organisations since 1992.
Via the AMPlifiers program, employees and aligned advisers are able to make a positive impact to their communities via paid volunteering opportunities, fundraising and payroll giving.
Started in 2014, The AMP Tomorrow Fund gives amazing Australians doing great things the chance to share $1 million in grants each year. It’s open to individuals of all ages, walks of life and interests who are working towards a goal that will have a positive impact on the community but need help to take it to the next level.
AMP’s Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) vision is to empower and work collaboratively with Australia’s First Peoples to promote financial wellbeing and implement reconciliation initiatives. Through our RAP, we aim to develop cultural understanding, create opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and proudly celebrate Australia’s heritage.
Inclusion & diversity
AMP is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive working environment where high performing people choose to work.
The AMP leadership team and the AMP Limited Board support a diverse and inclusive workplace at all levels of the organisation and believe this will build a culture where diversity of thought is a competitive advantage, people and their ideas are respected, and innovation is fostered.
As custodians of our customers’ money and future, we face complex economic, social and environmental challenges which bring both risks and opportunities. Our approach to sustainability is built around three core areas of stakeholder focus: our customers, our people and partners, and our communities and environment.
Detailed performance data on our sustainability performance published annually on our sustainability website.
Managing climate risks and opportunities
AMP recognises climate change is a defining global economic and environmental challenge that is impacting our business, our clients and society. AMP has been carbon neutral since 2013 and supports the goals of the Paris Agreement to keep the increase in global temperatures to well below two degrees. You can see more information around how we manage climate-related risks and opportunities in the Climate Change material issue section of our 2022 Sustainability Report.
Managing modern slavery risks
AMP is committed to conducting our business in an ethical and professional manner. We consider the broader impacts to society of our own business operations, purchasing and investment decisions and understand the role we can play in the financial sector to address risks of Modern Slavery across our value chain. You can find out more information on our approach to managing modern slavery risks in our 2022 Modern Slavery Statement.
Meet Our Graduates
The AMP graduate recruitment process is based on more than just your academic degree and results.
We look for a diverse range of candidates who can challenge the status quo, take responsibility, are passionate about what they do, and can build real relationships.
To be eligible for the AMP Graduate Program, you will need to meet the below prerequisites:
- You must have completed or be completing your undergraduate (Bachelor level) degree in the two years prior to the program start date
- At the time you submit your application, you must have Australian or New Zealand citizenship or Australian Permanent Residency status.
If you have any questions or believe you may require assistance with the application process, you can reach out to the dedicated AMP Graduate Program Talent Consultant at firstname.lastname@example.org
Steps of our recruitment process include:
1. Online application
Complete an application form and upload supporting documents via the AMP Careers portal
2. Online assessments
Game-based Assessment and Video Interview
3. Assessment Centre
This final stage will include individual interviews and of a case study/presentation
4. Offer and Onboarding
Verbal offers are made after the Assessment Centre followed by a written letter of offer/contract to accept online. Employee onboarding activities including background checks are to be completed before the start date.