Our Customers

We all have the innate desire to help others, it’s what makes our lives worth living. Making even the slightest improvement to someone’s life is something that will stay with them forever. At Suncorp, we empower our people to put the customer at the heart of every decision, every day.

Take Shae, a claims assessor who went beyond the call of duty to reinstate a customer’s policy to help cover an accident that followed closely after her daughter had passed away. Or Personal Insurance employee Elizabeth, who helped our loyal customer Wayne Cummings keep his business afloat when she noticed Wayne was covered for melanoma treatment thanks to the type of policy he had with Suncorp Group.

"I felt so proud that we were able to look beyond the usual process. Scenarios like this put into perspective why we do what we do, why feelings matter - it’s not just about insurance. It feels good to be a part of that."

Wayne`s Story

Human-centred design

To ensure our customers are truly at the core of everything we do, we need to understand who they are and what they need. Our human-centered design is a three phase approach that creates solutions grounded in meeting customer needs which is key to delivering meaningful and intuitive customer experiences. The initial phase, known as, Inspiration, involves getting a full understanding of who you are designing for and what their needs are.

Following this is The Ideation phase where opportunities for design are identified and prototyped in preparation for the final Implementation phase where solutions are brought to life and, eventually, to market. This human-centric design means Suncorp products and services can be specially tailored to meet our consumers’ needs.

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Innovation and Collaboration

Our innovation days are about bringing together our diverse and talented people to problem solve, learn, have fun and, ultimately, deliver hundreds of game-changing ideas that will benefit and connect with our customers.

Bill Splitter

Developed in just 24 hours as part of a FedEx innovation day, BillSplitter has gone from IT prototype, to an Australian-first feature and is now an integral part of the Suncorp Bank app.

Jason King from Bank Portfolio BT said the team implemented never before seen technology to create the feature.

“The BillSplitter team has successfully taken a FedEx idea, showcased it to our investors, and have now delivered it into production,” says Jason “It has taken courage and commitment to deliver this unique idea – especially transaction scanning, which will be a first in Australia.”

BillSplitter allows customers to send virtual ‘IOUs’ to contacts within their phone, automatically record incoming payments, send reminder texts to prompt outstanding payees, and deposit money directly into the customer's’ bank account. Essentially taking the often awkward situation of splitting a bill and simplifying it.

Weather Alerts

Suncorp Business Services worked with Personal Insurance to build Suncorp’s first application in the cloud – a new Weather Alerts tool allowing Suncorp to notify customers of severe weather patterns.

Born from one of our innovation days, the weather alert tool started as a tailored communication service. It was then adapted to meet the needs of customers and the Personal Insurance business. The tool now forms part of AAMI’s new Access app, which allows customers to manage their policies and claims directly from their mobile devices.

The Weather Alerts tool was developed and added to the app in less than eight weeks. A result that was only possible thanks to the collaborative culture throughout the Suncorp Group.

“The development of the application was a truly collaborative effort. To be able to work with a wide range of teams all with the same goal was a great experience, and I think the end result shows that.” Josh McLean, Executive Manager Business Technology Digital


Our open culture is thanks to the talented and diverse people who work here. They are problem solvers who respect each other - this makes our flexible environment possible. We trust all our people to get the work done, whether that’s by working individually, as a team, at home, on the road or in the office.

Job Sharing

Wendy Ryder and Lisa Scott have been successfully sharing the role of Team Leader of Quality Monitoring since January 2015. They both love the ability to job share as it provides the unique opportunity to take on a leadership role that usually requires someone to work full-time.

Steves Story

"I was able to get back on a career path, working in a leadership role where I can support the development and output of staff while working with a fellow leader that is as committed and motivated as I am."
"I had already been working full-time in this role and was hoping to return to work in a part-time specialist or leadership role when I completed my Parental Leave. The job share opportunity allowed me to return to a leadership role I enjoyed, and make the most of my existing skills and knowledge, while still being able to balance my family life"
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We consider your lifestyle


At Suncorp our culture is what makes us different. We take a shared approach to leadership making sure everything we do adds value to our business, our shareholders and most importantly, our customers. We believe that leadership is a mindset, not a position, which is why we’ve developed a set of Leader Profiles that illustrate what’s expected, how we’ll be measured and what great leadership looks like.

Our Suncorp Bank Leader of the Year

Lynne Sutherland was the deserving winner of our Suncorp Bank Leader of the Year award. Lynne lives and breathes our leader profiles, she puts the customer at the heart of every decision and her warm and authentic approach to leadership is recognised and admired by colleagues across the business.

We asked our people what makes a great leader and here's what they told us

Our Community

We believe in bettering communities, and a strong presence across Australia and New Zealand that reaches 9 millions customers means that your community is our community. We work together to make a difference through fundraising, community grants, paid volunteer days and a payroll giving program. Last year alone we contributed over $7.6 million to support our local people and communities.

Who We Are

We are one company with many brands. Find out more about our core business areas and the people that work here.

Working Here

Our culture, benefits and opportunities allow you to work the way that suits you while making a difference to our customer’s lives.

Join Us

Search for your ideal role, register for tailored job alerts and get to know our hiring process.


Discover how you can kick-start and develop your career with the Suncorp Group Graduate Program.

Brighter Futures

Suncorp Group Brighter Futures Community Giving™ was born out of a belief that big hearts and bold ideas can contribute towards a healthier, happier, more fulfilling future for everyone. Our online community enables our people to get involved, donate, fundraise and volunteer to make a difference to the causes close to their hearts.

Raise Money

You choose the charity and the fundraising activity and Brighter Futures will do everything they can to help you reach your goals. Brighter Futures can help with everything from setting up your online fundraising page to matching your efforts up to $500 each year, meaning you can have a greater impact on the causes that matter to you.


What better way to support your favourite cause than by volunteering your time to help. Suncorp Group offers one paid volunteer day per year so that you can get out there, lend a hand, and make a difference to your community.

Brighter Future Grants

The Suncorp Group Brighter Futures Grants Fund was established in December 2011, awarding grants of up to $10,000 to support health and wellbeing initiatives. We have awarded over 150 grants to employee nominated charities, individuals and community groups.

The Brighter Futures grant will allow the Institute to undertake research into the impact of various diets and exercise on the development and severity of schizophrenia symptoms and accompanying health

Eva Urban, Scheme Specialist for Commercial Insurance who nominated the Schizophrenia Research Institute

Donating through your pay

Payroll giving is a simple, convenient way to help your chosen charity or cause. It’s also one of the most tax-efficient ways to give.

Charity Partner

Reach Out was selected as a major charity partner for Brighter Futures in 2011. Approximately 1 in 4 younger Australians (under 45) live with a mental health difficulty. We believe the partnership with ReachOut can fundamentally change the way young Australians care for their mental health, providing a lasting legacy of preventing mental illness and promoting wellbeing.