Graduate engineer

    Jennifer May

    Jennifer May graduated from ANU in Canberra with a Bachelor of Engineering (R&D) (Honours) degree, majoring in electronics and communications, and systems engineering.

    She’s now a part of Commonwealth Bank’s Enterprise Services graduate program.

    “I work in the Continuous Delivery Technology team. We provide the strategic direction, technical expertise and on-going support for various tools and services that improve the quality and speed of delivery of software applications across the bank,” she explains.

    Jennifer says she’s been blown away by the critical nature and sheer scale of the systems she’s dealing with at CBA.

    “The secure, reliable and consistent delivery of software applications is critical, if we are to meet the bank’s growing, and ever-changing, demands,” she says.

    “The graduate program at CBA allows me to explore different projects and learn where everything fits in the organisation.”

     

    Jennifer’s pathway to becoming a graduate engineer with Commbank

    > > Bachelor of Engineering (HONours), ANU

    > > Computer Science Intern, CSIRO

    > > Electrical Engineering Intern, Cochlear

    > > Commbank’s Enterprise Services grad program

    “The graduate program at CBA allows me to explore different projects and learn where everything fits in the organisation.”

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    Eliza Brockwell

    Author: Eliza Brockwell

    Eliza is the Digital Producer for Careers with STEM. Eliza is passionate about creating content that encourages diversity of representation in STEM.

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