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Arts and humanities

A career at Macquarie could take you anywhere.

We value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. You can apply the knowledge, communication, research and critical thinking skills from your arts and humanities degree to a number of roles across our organisation.

In every one of our offices around the world, you’ll find individuals from varied backgrounds with different ways of thinking, different skills and different experiences, which is critical to the wide range of services the Group delivers across the globe, as well as understanding the communities in which we operate.

No matter what you studied at university, you can expect a rewarding and challenging career at Macquarie that encourages diversity, ownership and entrepreneurial endeavour.

Meet some of our staff who studied arts and humanities, and discover where their backgrounds have taken them at Macquarie.

Eloise Ambrose (Macquarie Asset Management) 

“After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours) from the University of Western Australia, I moved to Sydney to join Macquarie. Initially, I worked across a range of transactions and products from structured finance to green infrastructure.”

“After six months of rotations and varied work, I joined a team that invests in specialist disability accommodation (SDA), an initiative by the Australian Government, that provides a Government-backed rental stream to people with very high support needs or extreme functional impairment for housing through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The nature of this work has been immensely rewarding, as our developments provide high quality housing to a cohort of disadvantaged and vulnerable people.

“Over my Graduate year in Macquarie Asset Management, I have had multiple opportunities to create and foster relationships externally, with exposure to potential and existing clients, and internally throughout Macquarie with continuous engagement with key functions such as the Financial Management Group and the Risk Management Group. The ability to work with a wide range of people has allowed me to become far more knowledgeable and involved in my current sector, and to better understand the other groups in Macquarie that we work with every day. From the start of my career, Macquarie has offered multiple opportunities for ownership of work and development of new ideas through rotations across diverse and high performing teams and a number of professional and personal development training courses.

“Macquarie offers lots of great networking events and additional training so that Graduates throughout Macquarie can meet and attend events together. MIRA, in particular, emphasises a great work culture with a variety of sporting teams, groups and social activities which has been particularly helpful since my move from Perth to Sydney.”


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