You are young, talented and looking for a career in which you play a meaningful part in millions of lives. If this is you, you might be up for a change of a life time.
The banking industry is evolving and there has never been a more interesting time to be part of it. ING is a place where you will serve both our customers and society at large and continuously be looking for ways to improve.
Joining the ING international talent programme means you have a chance to play a part in leading the change ING wants to make. Being innovative and agile are key elements to bring excellent service to our clients now and in the future and we expect you to be a driving force in this direction. The IITP is a challenging, fascinating path of personal and professional development. This experience opens doors to countless opportunities within ING, all you have to do is commit fully and accept the challenge.
The ING international Talent Programme is a tailor-made three year graduate programme. Simply bring your skills, values and personality. In return we will provide you with a structured level of training and guidance to open up exciting growth opportunities. Personal and professional.
The IITP allows you to choose one of the five Tracks; Retail Banking, Commercial Banking, Finance, Risk or IT. It offers you the opportunity to become one of our future Orange Leaders, leading bankers who are self-aware and achieve sustainable results with and for our customers.
The journey of the ING International Talent Programme starts with onboarding, local and international, to get you acquainted with ING in general and your office and colleagues in particular.
For the first 12 to 18 months you will rotate between different projects or jobs. After that you will start your first position. During the full three years of the programme you will participate in training aimed at your further personal and professional development.
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What we look for
With over 52,000 colleagues in 40 countries, it’s fair to say that there’s no typical ING employee.
ING stimulates a performance culture, in which employees make their own decisions, share successes, work together and get ahead. We combine this with clear roles and accountability. We believe this combination generates increased levels of business, more satisfied customers and enhanced economic performance.
We foster a collaborative and innovative culture. We make it easy for employees to engage with senior management, and we reward innovative thinking.
Shared global behaviours backed by strong values are critical to the performance culture we aim to build. But that culture should not be monolithic. Embracing difference is equally important both to reflect human diversity and to ensure we connect with our customers at a local level. We also encourage employees to grow and give back to society. A corporate culture that embraces difference is part of this process.
But what unites our people is a talent for bringing our promise of customer empowerment to life.
We look for people who:
- Are self-motivated
- Are natural problem solvers
- Can explain complex ideas in clear terms
- Aren’t afraid to challenge established thinking
- Have a proven record of taking the initiative
- Are fast to adapt to changes
- Are comfortable working in multidisciplinary teams outside their own domain
Some companies see diversity as a box to be ticked. We see it as fundamental to our success.
At ING, more than 52,000 minds from all backgrounds, ethnicities and genders unite behind one purpose and one way of working.
Diversity increases our pool of potential candidates. It helps us attract and retain the best and brightest talent. It allows us to better understand different customer groups. It fosters innovation, drives growth, and leads to more robust decisions and outcomes.
We are an equal opportunity employer, that’s why we welcome applications from all talented people, regardless of race, gender, age, sexual orientation, physical abilities, religious beliefs, personal philosophies or lifestyles.
We work hard to improve diversity through training, networking and mentoring programmes, and by strengthening our leadership pipeline.
At ING, you’ll be judged on one thing and one only: your performance. And that’s a promise.