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Bank of New Zealand

  • #2 in Banking and financial services
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Financial Crime Analyst Graduate

Wellington
Our Enterprise Safety and Security Team help protect BNZ's most critical assets - our customers, people, property, operations, and reputation.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Graduate Job
Number of Vacancies
1
Salary
NZD 60,000 - NZD 64,999
Start Date
1 Feb 2021

Application dates

Applications Open
5 Mar 2020
Applications Close
20 Mar 2020

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Graduation Results
50 - 64% WAM (Pass)
Accepting International Applications
No
Degrees Accepted
I
Artificial Intelligence
Bioinformatics
Computer Graphics & Animation
Computer Science (all other)
Computer Systems and Networks
Cyber Security
Data Science
Design & User Experience
Programming & Software Engineering
Video Game Development

About the Financial Crime Analyst Graduate position:

As the world of banking continues to evolve so do our Graduate positions and this year we're excited to be offering our Financial Crime Analyst graduate opportunity to reflect that. In fact, we like to think of ourselves more as a technology company who happen to create awesome online banking experiences, so don't worry if you never thought you'd work at a bank!  

Our Enterprise Safety and Security Team help protect BNZ's most critical assets - our customers, people, property, operations, and reputation. Our Financial Crime team prevents, detect and investigate the financial crime to protect our customers and ensure they feel safe when they bank with us.

About You:

The great thing about the variety of our roles means we're open to students from a range of disciplines, experience and interests. What's important to us is your desire to learn, the ability to work with others and drive to do great work. 

Successful candidates will demonstrate: 

  • An analytical approach to their work and a love for exploring problems to come up with great solutions - challenging the status quo to improve systems, processes and our customer experience 
  • A genuine passion for financial crime 
  • Excellent collaboration skills and the ability to relate well to others 
  • Resilience and willingness to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in 
  • Cultural and language capability is also highly beneficial

Graduate Success Stories


Bank of New Zealand Graduate - Young male professional in white dotted shirt.
  • Graduate stories
Make time for yourself. Your own happiness and wellbeing should come first and foremost. Always make time to relax and do something you enjoy no matter how busy you are.

Shaam Prakash

  • Graduate stories
Make time for yourself. Your own happiness and wellbeing should come first and foremost. Always make time to relax and do something you enjoy no matter how busy you are.

Shaam Prakash

Bank of New Zealand Graduate - Female professional in gray blouse
  • Graduate stories
Some of the most important skills are being able to get on with people, a hunger to learn and being open to new experiences.

Daranee Bolger

  • Graduate stories
Some of the most important skills are being able to get on with people, a hunger to learn and being open to new experiences.

Daranee Bolger

Bank of New Zealand Graduate - Young male professional in white dotted shirt.
  • Graduate stories
Make time for yourself. Your own happiness and wellbeing should come first and foremost. Always make time to relax and do something you enjoy no matter how busy you are.

Shaam Prakash

  • Graduate stories
Make time for yourself. Your own happiness and wellbeing should come first and foremost. Always make time to relax and do something you enjoy no matter how busy you are.

Shaam Prakash

Bank of New Zealand Graduate - Female professional in gray blouse
  • Graduate stories
Some of the most important skills are being able to get on with people, a hunger to learn and being open to new experiences.

Daranee Bolger

  • Graduate stories
Some of the most important skills are being able to get on with people, a hunger to learn and being open to new experiences.

Daranee Bolger