Why choose ANZ?
Our technology pathways
At ANZ, technology talent plays an important role in building the future of the bank.
Whether you’re interested in a technical track or more of an analyst focused path, you’ll have the opportunity and flexibility to explore a variety of different areas and technologies.
We’ll invest heavily in your development, you’ll develop your skills quickly across a range of disciplines, giving you a good grounding across technology, while gaining specific expertise in your chosen track.
You’ll work on challenging projects with our talented teams and will be supported 100% of the way.
Depending on your interests and skills you could be:
- Part of a scrum team developing and testing features for our customer-facing digital applications
- Working as part of our infrastructure cloud squad, building out ANZ’s enterprise cloud capability
- Driving one of our many transformation initiatives as a business analyst
- A developer in a scrum team focused on our backend, banking application.
Get involved with us through our different partners.
Hear from some of our people
Scott - Engineering Manager
Creating automated solutions to improve our mobile app.
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"I work in a value stream of products and services that make up the core of cloud banking. I’m part of a squad of about 50 engineers. We’re an agile team who write code in Go, we automate where possible, and continuously release using CI/CD pipelines. Our whole management structure is made up of engineers, so I’ve been able to introduce initiatives that have been embraced by the team. If you have an idea, we’ll see if it works. I’m passionate about
improving our customers experience of the mobile app. How can I make that easier? faster? more intuitive?
I’m Scott and I’m an engineer at ANZ."
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Be the engineer you want to be @ANZ