Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)
Type of Organisation
Independent Australian Government body.
ASIC is Australia’s integrated corporate, markets, financial services and consumer credit regulator. ASIC’s vision is for a fair, strong and efficient financial system for all Australians.
Our regulatory mission is to:
change behaviours to drive good consumer and investor outcomes
act against misconduct to maintain trust and integrity in the financial system
promote strong and innovative development of the financial system
help Australians to be in control of their financial lives.
Our registry mission is to:
provide efficient and accessible business registers that make it easier to do business.
The aim of ASIC’s 18-month program is to develop both your technical and professional skills though a balance of on-the-job training, structured development and placements in four different teams.
You’ll gain exposure and contribute to the important work undertaken by ASIC. You’ll not only learn the practical skills that will help you succeed but also be surrounded by people with skills and experience that will help you grow.
Locations where there are vacancies for graduates
ASIC recruits graduates in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Traralgon.
Residency requirements for Graduates wishing to apply
You must be an Australian citizen to apply for a job at ASIC and to obtain a security clearance.
Roles available for Graduates
Various based on the subjects below.
Degree subjects required for Graduates wishing to apply
We are looking for graduates in the following disciplines:
Mathematics, statistics and analytics
Finance, business, economics and accounting
Arts and social sciences
Information technology and computer science.
ASIC also participates in the APS Indigenous Graduate Program managed by the Australian Public Service Commission.
What do recent graduates say are the best things about working with us?
"Excellent work/life balance, positive workplace culture, very diverse workforce, an appropriate and challenging amount of responsibility in my role, the opportunity to network with other graduates."
"The work across the organisation is varied and provides the opportunity to develop a range of skills. The people are great to work with and I feel very supported at work. Managers have also provided an opportunity for further development."