Ambitious recruitment plans underway as ING prepares to open its new Wyong hub
1 February 2022:
ING is looking to welcome 50 new people in February to join its Central Coast team as it further cements its commitment to the region with the opening of its state of the art Wyong hub.
ING CEO, Melanie Evans says:
“For more than 20 years the Central Coast’s caring, smart, dedicated and down to earth people have helped make ING the brand it is today and Australia’s most recommended bank. We are a digital bank, but our customer service sets us apart from others and our Central Coast team proudly delivers that service.”
“For us, building the bank of the future is about doing things differently in order to make lives better for customers, team members and the communities we are part of.”
“The new team members will play an important role in helping us to differentiate the customer experience so that customers can get on doing the things that matter most to them.”
“In return we will provide a diverse, inclusive and supportive workplace where team members can grow careers, work flexibly around life and family commitments and play an important role in helping ING build the bank of the future.”
The new team members will be based in the bank’s new, purpose built, Wyong hub and will have the ability to work flexibly.
The new hub, set to open in late February, has been designed with the health and wellness of ING’s people in mind and to make it easy for teams to work collaboratively.
“Innovation and service thrive in an environment where team members feel inspired and supported. This is what we’ve strived for with our new Wyong hub,” says Melanie Evans.
The location was chosen as it has excellent transport links, is close to shopping amenities, gyms and childcare facilities. There’s an onsite café and free parking for all employees.
Anyone wanting to find out more about the new career opportunities available at ING should visit: ING.jobs/Australia
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For more information contact Megan Landauro on 0413 317 225 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ING changed the way Australians bank more than 21 years ago by launching the country’s first branchless bank. ING now offers Australians award winning home loans, transactional banking, superannuation, credit cards, personal lending, insurance and wholesale banking services.
ING is Australia’s most recommended bank according to RFi XPRT Survey, April 2021 – September 2021 (n = 32,103) when compared to customers of 20 other banks operating in Australia. It is also Australia’s fifth largest main financial institution (MFI) with 6% of market share according to RFi XPRT Survey, April 2021 – September 2021 (n= 32,103). MFI is defined as the bank the consumer says is their main financial institution. ING, a business name of ING Bank (Australia) Limited ABN 24 000 893 292 AFSL and Australian credit licence 229823.