The Euroz Hartleys Internship Program is designed for passionate and talented individuals who are seeking to join Western Australia’s leading provider of corporate finance, stockbroking, wealth management, institutional sales and equity research services.
With a focus on the WA market Euroz Hartleys has raised in excess of $20 billion for WA ASX listed companies, although our reach is global, with corporate clients spanning from South East Asia, West Africa to North America.
|Applications open||1 May 2024|
|Applications close||30 June 2024|
|Program length||4 – 6 weeks|
What does Euroz Hartleys offer interns?
Our Internship Program is a 4-6 week program that allows you to experience day-to-day life at Euroz Hartleys. Working directly with our people you can feel what it’s like to be part of our dedicated team. We pride ourselves on excellent service, creating value and delivering high quality results for our Institutional, Corporate and Private Clients and you will have an opportunity to see first hard what it’s like to work at WA’s largest wealth management firm.
You will have the opportunity to explore areas best suited to your skills and aspirations such as:
What we are looking for:
You will be undertaking your penultimate or final year of study for a Bachelor or Honours degree and will have:
- solid academic performance
- involvement in extra-curricular and community activities
- strong interest in the equity market
- a high degree of attention to detail
- eagerness to progress your professional career
- ability to network and build relationships
So why choose us?
Completing your internship at Euroz Hartleys you will be part of WA’s largest full-service wealth management team. An unrivalled opportunity to rapidly progress your career within the wealth management sector. To check out some of our deep connections with companies that call Perth home listen to our ‘Finding the Front’ podcast series.
At Euroz Hartleys we are not just a leader in wealth management we value our employees and support the local WA community though the Euroz Hartleys Foundation.