The Euroz Hartleys Graduate program is suitable for students currently undertaking tertiary education for a Bachelor or Honours degree who are seeking a future in the commerce area. The enrolment process will require a written application to be lodged via HR@eurozhartleys.com prior to 15th April annually. Consideration will be for the following years intake.

The applicant selection process will be conducted by an internal selection committee who will identify individual candidates who will be asked to interview. Finals selection of the successful candidate will occur in July/August of that year. Offers of a 2 year Graduate program will be made prior to the end of September each year to the successful candidate/s. The commencement date is to be agreed between Euroz Hartleys and the graduate.

We offer through our program, career planning and progression, ongoing education, mentoring, career development and training, on the job learning, and a comprehensive support network of interdepartmental participants

This program will be designed to offer both specialist and generalist graduate opportunities across our business various business areas which may include:

Corporate Finance – a Mentor will be allocated to support and assist the graduate within their daily work requirements. These duties will include complex financial modelling, business analysis, valuation, pitch preparation and presentation, and industry and company research. The development of presentations and marketing concepts to clients will be an integral part of the graduates increasing workflow.

Institutional Sales – a Mentor will be allocated to support and assist the graduate within the daily work requirements. This role will incorporate the provision of ongoing assistance to a specialist team of advisers and assist with their engagement with high net worth clients regarding investment opportunities. The graduate will learn, observe and gain practical experience from senior advisers within the Institutional Sales team.

Private Wealth/Wealth Management – Once a specialist area has been identified (Equity investment/strategic advice/financial planning) the successful graduate will work within a team to assist with the preparation of documentation applicable under the Corporations Act to facilitate ongoing personal advice to retail clients with an aim to understand client’s needs, goals and objectives, and the strategies used within the business to provide advice which is in the client’s best interest. A Mentor will be allocated to support and assist the graduate within the daily work requirements. This role will incorporate the provision of ongoing assistance to advisers and assist with the review of investment opportunities and provide considered advice to their clients. The graduate will learn, observe and gain practical experience from senior advisers within the Private Wealth team. The Graduate Program will (with the incorporation of the updated FASEA requirements for those employed to provide personal advice to retail clients) incorporate a structured two-year development program, including a professional year.

Research – Taking a different approach, a group of successful applicants will be invited to, in consultation with the Research department head, identify a specific company which they will, over the course of a semester, develop and work into a presentation idea outlining the ‘initiation of coverage’ to senior members of the Research team. This presentation will form the ‘application’ for consideration as part of the grad program. Successful applications may then be invited to work within the Research team.