InternshipsChallenger’s internships run across the summer break for a period of eight weeks, on occasions interns may be given the opportunity to continue on a part-time basis during their final period of study.
Internship responsibilities vary based on the team you’ll be working with. Our leaders will work with you to determine a project, set of tasks, or targets to achieve during your placement.
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Applications for internship and graduate opportunities open in July and typically close at the end of August.
What happens next?
If shortlisted, you’ll receive a call from our talent acquisition team. We want to know all about you, to do this we will conduct a phone interview. Be prepared, this is usually the first step towards a face-to-face interview and will help assess your communication skills and drivers.
Demonstrate why you are a great fit for us
If your phone interview is successful you will be invited to participate in an interview process to share what you’ve learnt through your time at university, accomplished and experienced. Our interview process consists of two stages. We will stay in touch with you throughout the interview process and provide you with feedback along the way.
Receiving an offer
If you’re successful, we’ll call you after the final interview with the good news. Before issuing the formal offer, we do reference and background checks. Once they are completed we will ask you to login to the candidate portal that will hold your employment offer letter. Simply log in to review your letter of offer and accept with a click of a button.
Throughout the year, Challenger opens up a range of graduate roles. Graduate roles are open to students that have completed their university degrees and entry level candidates that are looking to kick start their career.
Roles are advertised on our challenger.com.au/careers site and university career hubs. The application process remains the same as all other roles at Challenger.