UBS is the world’s largest and only truly global wealth manager. They operate through four business divisions: Global Wealth Management, Personal & Corporate Banking, Asset Management, and Investment Bank. Their global reach and the breadth of their expertise set them apart from their competitors.
You’ll get exclusive insight into what UBS does and where you could play a part in the future. From skills workshops to business insights to interactive case studies, they’ve got you covered. Below is a sneak peek of topics UBS covers will when you embark on your Tomorrow’s Talent journey:
As you progress through the program, you’ll also have the opportunity to apply for virtual and on-site experiences, internships, and/or full-time graduate positions.
UBS Tomorrow’s Talent will give you up close and personal learning opportunities that get you thinking about your future career. You’ll have access to coaching sessions, mentors, online learning materials, and virtual events – and it’s easy to participate while you study. Read more.
UBS Global's goal is to help you:
To know more about the UBS Tomorrow's Talent Program, watch this video:
Roles in the Banking & Financial Services industry may earn an average of A$45,000 to A$51,000. (Source: Prosple Salary Guide)
Employee well-being is extremely important to UBS, and that's why they offer competitive benefits to all employees across the firm. Their benefits programs often go above and beyond legal requirements and cover:
As you continue throughout the program while you study, you’ll be able to participate in different internship opportunities, like the UBS Global Summer Internship Program. You’ll need to apply like everyone else, but they'll make sure you’re prepared and know what to expect.
Lastly, if you love the program, become an intern, and perform well, you could receive an offer to the UBS Global graduate talent program after you graduate. Read more.
UBS embraces flexible ways of working when the role permits. They offer different working arrangements like part-time, job-sharing, and hybrid (office and home) working. Their purpose-led culture and global infrastructure help them connect, collaborate, and work together in agile ways to meet all business needs.
Gender, race and ethnicity, LGBTQ+, disability, veterans, and mental health matters. UBS Global's strategy is to continue to shape a diverse and inclusive organization that is innovative, provides outstanding service to clients, offers equitable opportunities, and is a great place to work for everyone. Read more.
Here's what UBS Global is looking for in this role:
To apply for this role, simply click the "Apply on employer site" button on this page to submit your application directly to UBS Australia.
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