ASX has a proud history as an early and successful adopter of new technology. Today, ASX continues to embrace innovative solutions to make business easier for customers, help companies grow, create value for shareholders and support the Australian economy.
Driven by innovation, our activities span primary and secondary market services, including the raising, allocation and hedging of capital flows; trading and price discovery; central counterparty risk transfer; and securities settlement for both the equities and fixed income markets.
With approximately 700 staff Australia wide, our size and nature means that all of our employees have access to unique experiences and career development. We challenge you to think deeply and broadly, to be curious and fuel innovation. We value diversity of thought and welcome new ideas.
Given our position in the Australian financial market, we also work in a highly regulated environment. This means that our foundations of quality, security, resilience and trust guide our decision making and ensure we meet the highest global standards.
At ASX, we are looking for early adopters of new technology, innovative thinkers and customer-focused graduates.
People are our future and this year ASX are looking to bring on data driven thinkers – Data Scientists, Analysts and Developers.
In joining ASX you will be exposed to cutting edge technology, learn how data shapes our business and contribute to leading-edge innovation to help shape the future of Australia's financial markets. You will work alongside data scientists to derivative market experts, project managers to strategists and have the opportunity to learn and develop across multiple disciplines.
At ASX, we are looking for:
As a part of this two-year program, you will participate in three different rotations across a variety of business areas while completing a purpose-driven professional development program. Your two-year program will commence with an extensive induction, followed by your professional development, based on a three-phased building block approach of getting graduates established, building graduate competencies and rounding out with emerging graduate leaders. Topics such personal brand, self-awareness, influencing, and emotional intelligence will help your career flourish.
As an ASX Graduate, you will have access to:
At ASX, we believe a happy employee is one who has work life balance, can grow personally and professionally and is supported to give back to the community that they work and live in.
ASX believes that partnering Australia's financial corporations and institutions with organisations in the non-profit sector can deliver significant benefits - not just to the community but to its employees and shareholders. We believe volunteering is an important way for employees to contribute to the community. We assist our employees to support worthwhile causes and participate in community programs outside the workplace. This includes providing paid volunteering leave.
ASX aims to contribute positively to the Australian community through providing accessible education about the markets. Can you build the best share portfolio? Why not register today to get ready for the Share Market Game? Game play is form 4 March – 17 June, all you have to do is Register or login to Personal Investor and sign up to the game. (If you need extra help, see our How to register guide)
ASX knows that a diverse and inclusive work environment brings performance benefits.
We support a workplace where employees have equal access to career opportunities, training and benefits. We treat employees fairly and respectfully and ensure they are not judged by their gender, age, ethnicity, race, cultural background, religion, sexual orientation, disability or caring responsibilities.
We promote gender equality as a priority, ASX is recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) – a citation currently awarded to only 136 companies. The criteria for the Employer of Choice citation is rigorous and designed to encourage, recognise, and promote organisational action to achieve gender equality in Australian workplaces. ASX's inclusion recognises our commitment to gender equality in areas such as flexibility, parental leave, women in leadership, and pay.
ASX reviews the pay of employees each year to ensure that males and females are paid equitably, we have a dedicated remuneration committee which reviews pay equity yearly.
We have five established Employee Network Groups (ENG's) Culture & Heritage, OWN (Our Women's Network), ASX Giving (focussing on volunteering and charities) WellBEing (focussed on Physical and Mental health) and Q ASX for our LGBTIQ+ community.
Our aim is to lead an organisation which values and celebrates diversity, where every employee feels a strong sense of belonging and where everyone is comfortable to bring their whole self to work.
The first stage of the recruitment process will involve completing an online application form which will entail behavioural and motivational questions.
Hints & Tips: We encourage you to complete this form in one setting and have all of your relevant supporting documentation readily available (i.e. resume, academic transcript, proof of citizenship etc.)
Successful candidates will be invited to complete an online psychometric assessment. These assessments are designed to continuously challenge and stretch you, and although each question is not time limited, your response time is recorded and will contribute to your result.
Hints & Tips: We recommend that you complete this assessment in a quiet environment where you will not be disturbed.
The next stage involves completing a video interview. This will involve answering 3-4 questions designed to help us get to know you better. We encourage you to be yourself and answer truthfully.
Hints & Tips: A helpful tip is to ensure that you are in a quiet environment with a simple background and have no bright lights in the background. We also encourage you to be well-presented during the interview.
Successful candidates will then be invited to attend an Assessment Centre which will include a few activities as well as a face to face interview. We will confirm the specific date and time closer to the date via email.
Hints & Tips: The Assessment Centre is designed to assess your ability to interact and work within a team, so we encourage you to show us your personality and engage with your group members.
To be eligible for the graduate program, you will: