Macquarie Group Returner Programme 2018
Start Date: September 2018
Programme: 20 week returnship
Own Your Future
The best investment you can make is in yourself. Their people are Macquarie’s greatest asset. For this reason, they are committed to providing opportunities that help you reach your potential – as a Returner, you will be an integral part of the team from day one.
You will work full-time over the 20 week programme, gaining valuable experience and insight into your business area. Working closely with the team will enable you to bring your experience and skills to real, live, projects and strategic initiatives right from day one.
As part of the programme you will also gain exposure to the wider Macquarie business and senior leaders via events and lunches. Coaching from Women Returners, a mentor and a buddy will all provide additional support and guidance for your return to work. To enable you to focus on re-building your career Macquarie will also provide access to free emergency child and elder care to help you manage any commitments you may have outside of the workplace.
Hear more about the Returner Programme from Macquarie returners and leaders on this video. To read about the experiences of one of the 2016 participants see Carolyne’s story
What are they looking for?
The following business groups are available on the Returner Programme:
Revenue generating groups:
- Corporate and Asset Finance (Lending & Leasing, Principal Finance)
- Commodities and Global Markets (Sales, Trading, Cash Equities & Research)
- Macquarie Asset Management (Asset & Fund Management)
- Macquarie Capital (Advisory)
- Corporate Operations Group (Technology, Human Resources, Market Operations)
- Risk Management Group (Audit, Compliance, Credit Risk, Market Risk, Prudential & Capital Markets)
- Financial Management Group (Finance, Treasury, Taxation, Corporate Communications & Investor Relations)
Applications are encouraged from individuals with relevant backgrounds but also those with transferable skills, such as legal, business management and operational risk backgrounds. You will be highly motivated to return to work and contribute to the core activities of your business.
All applicants must have had a career break of at least 2 years and be able to commit to a 20 week programme, commencing September 2018. The programme is full time but Macquarie facilitate a range of flexible working arrangements within their teams. Talk to them about what flexibility may be available.
Who is Macquarie?
Macquarie is a diversified financial group providing clients with asset management and finance, banking, advisory and risk and capital solutions across debt, equity and commodities. The diversity of their operations, combined with a strong capital position and robust risk management framework, has contributed to their 48-year record of unbroken profitability.
Founded in 1969, Macquarie employs more than 14,000 staff across 28 countries. Their unique structure and management style gives the businesses operating freedom balanced by limits on risk and observance at the highest professional standards. This has been a key to Macquarie’s success.
They attract people who think differently and take ownership of what they do. This entrepreneurial drive and accountability is at the heart of their culture. For more information see https://www.macquarie.com/uk/about/company
How to apply
To find out more and to apply, please visit Macquarie Group Returner Programme
All candidates will be required to submit a covering letter and CV, indicating the areas of Macquarie they are interested in working in. Apply asap, latest by 9 May 2018. Please state that you found out about the programme from Women Returners.
For Macquarie’s tips on writing a professional CV and cover letter, together with preparing for interviews see: Macquarie Tips
For any queries, please contact Macquarie.email@example.com
Macquarie is an equal opportunities employer and does not discriminate on the grounds of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, gender identity, marriage, civil partnership, pregnancy, maternity, race (including colour and ethnic or national origins), religion or belief.