Commonwealth Bank of Australia Recruitment For Executive Assistant Post

Over 350,000 India-born people now call Australia home.1 And Australians are big admirers of India’s unique history and culture, making it one of our top five travel destinations, visited by more than 290,000 Australians in 2015 alone.2
Whether you’re coming to Australia to work, study or start a business, you’ll find a warm welcome waiting for you. But while your journey is sure to be rewarding, there’s still plenty to think about before you move. Here are some ideas, tips and resources to help get you off to a great start.
For students

Around one in eight international students in Australia is from India, so wherever you choose to study here you’ll be in good company. 3 The Australian government’s Study in Australia is packed with useful information, from study options to living costs.
Day-to-day living in Australia can be more expensive than in India, with Australia ranked among the most expensive countries in the world.4 To help make sure you’re prepared, the Australian government has set minimum financial requirements you’ll need to meet before getting a student visa, starting at $18,610 for individuals. Use our handy foreign exchange calculator to find out how much you’ll need in rupees at today’s exchange rates.
In Australia it’s very common for students to move away from their families into their own flat or share a house with friends. There are plenty of student accommodation options available, which you can find on university and rental websites.
For job seekers

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Australia has a thriving economy that offers a wide range of opportunities for skilled Indian migrants and entrepreneurs. Depending on the type of visa you get, there may be some limits on the kind of work you can do. You can find detailed information about specific visa types at the Department of Immigration website.
If you’re looking for work, you can get a head start by researching the job market online before you leave. The Australian government Jobsearch website is a great place to start, along with our short guide to finding a job in Australia.
For the self-employed

If you’re planning to set up your own company in Australia, there are a few rules and regulations you’ll need to know ― so first, take a look at the Australian government’s business website.
With trade relations strengthening between Australia and India, you can find plenty of organisations dedicating to promoting business between your new country and your homeland. The Australia–India Business Council (AIBC) nurtures businesses in both countries, providing networking events and opportunities for you to build your business locally and overseas.
Connecting with the community

A great way to make new friends and learn from the experiences of other Indian immigrants is to join an Indian community organisation in your local area. Visit the Indian High Commission website for a list of organisations in each state, along with a guide to Indian language newspapers, TV, radio and even schools.

Recruitment For Customer Support Assistant – Berri

Job no: 4008562
Work type: Permanent part time
Location: SA Country Area
Categories: Retail / Branch

 

As a Customer Support Assistant you’ll help our customers realise their financial goals by conducting financial health checks.  By identifying particular needs and understanding our customer’s future plans you will be able to explain the benefits of a comprehensive and diverse range of products and services. Often you will see a need to refer the customer on to one of our specialist teams such as business banking or financial planning to ensure that we’ve provided them with the best possible care and experience. Join our team and help us continue to build a culture of integrity and accountability by placing the customer at the centre of everything we do.

Hours of work:                

Monday – 9.00am – 4.15pm
Tuesday – 9.30am – 4.15pm
Friday – 9.00 am – 5.15pm

20 hours per week

At CommBank we never lose sight of the role we play in other people’s financial wellbeing.  Our goal is to help people and businesses move forward, to progress.  To make the right financial decisions and achieve their dreams and aspirations.

What will you do?
As a Customer Support Assistant you’ll help our customers realise their financial goals by conducting financial health checks.  By identifying particular needs and understanding our customer’s future plans you will be able to explain the benefits of a comprehensive and diverse range of products and services. Often you will see a need to refer the customer on to one of our specialist teams such as business banking or financial planning to ensure that we’ve provided them with the best possible care and experience. Join our team and help us continue to build a culture of integrity and accountability by placing the customer at the centre of everything we do.

What will help you succeed?
We’re looking for highly motivated candidates with the ability to work as part of a team and individually in a busy and structured environment.  You’ll also be confident in achieving targets through identifying and providing financial solutions to our customer’s individual needs. This is a great opportunity for those not afraid to start up a conversation with a stranger as communication skills are key.

Although previous banking or financial experience would be helpful, a strong sales and service background is more important.

How you’ll benefit. 
There are many benefits to working for CommBank including being able to use state of the art technology, discounts on a range of financial products, a corporate wardrobe, nationally accredited training and a commitment to offering employees the opportunity to further their career.

Advertised: Cen. Australia Standard Time
Applications close: Cen. Australia Standard Time

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