Do you have a passion for the Australian agricultural industry Do you thrive on contributing to the success of farmers
This is an opportunity to join Rural Bank, the agri specialist arm of the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank group. In this role you will get to work within an Elders branch in Albany, setting the standard for banking and giving financial power back to our communities.
From the 1990s, Elders and Rural Bank have worked together to deliver specialist financial services, and agribusiness knowledge and expertise for Australian farmers and recently our partnership has evolved.
Our 20-year partnership works because it leverages our respective strengths – Elders’ deep connection to agriculture, and Rural Bank’s specialist banking expertise. We share a passion for helping Australian farmers to grow sustainably.
This is not your average assistant role, by joining Rural Bank you will enjoy:
- A positive and inclusive team environment
- Albany Location
- Full time permanent role
What are we looking for
An opportunity exists to join the Rural Bank team as an Agribusiness Relationship Assistant (ARA) based in Albany. In this role you will be responsible for ensuring the delivery of administration services to meet client needs on behalf of the Agribusiness Relationship Manager. This challenging and varied role requires an experienced, professional team-player to work within a dynamic team
To be successful in this role you will need a financial and business understanding and be confident in communicating with clients and industry professionals. This includes attention to due diligence processes and ensuring quality financial analysis to assist in completing loan applications. You will also need to possess excellent written communication and interpersonal skills, enthusiasm and a commitment to contribute to a team environment.
The ideal candidate would have experience in a banking environment or the agricultural industry. Remuneration will be commensurate with ability and experience
- You may be subject to background checking, including police checks and relevant regulatory checks
Why Rural Bank
- Rural Bank believes the future for agriculture is bright. We are committed to providing exceptional financial services, knowledge and leadership for Australian farmers to grow, and you can be part of it.
- We are a specialist rural lender who understands the cycles in agriculture, assisting farmers to obtain appropriate finance to grow their farming business. We offer relevant industry insights to assist in making informed business decisions. We also offer our customers the opportunity to support the development of regional communities through our partnerships and initiatives.
What we offer
We will provide training and coaching to ensure your ongoing success in the role as well as provide opportunities to expand your career progression within our business.
We recognise the importance of diversity and continually strive to provide an inclusive work environment where people are treated with respect; feel valued and can achieve success. We believe our success depends on the commitment, integrity and skill of our staff.
We also provide a wide range of other staff benefits on our products and services.
If you’d like to know more about what we can offer you, just ask us.
The breathtaking beauty of Albany's rugged coastline creates a fitting backdrop to dramatic whaling, convict and settler history and a sensational south coast adventure. This charming city marks the spot where the first European settlers set foot in Western Australia, and much of their legacy remains today with colonial buildings standing proudly as museums, galleries and restaurants. The whaling station museum tells fascinating tales of Albany's whaling industry and you can take a cruise to meet whales up close. World-class wine, food, fishing, surfing, swimming, diving, hiking, four-wheel-driving, camping and other activities are all within minutes of town.
Applications close: 4 December 2019
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