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Applications for our Graduate Development Program will open in May 2019.
Our Graduate Development Program offers:
To apply for our Graduate Development Program you must:
Your degree doesn't need to be recent and there are no age limits. If your degree is from an overseas university, it must be recognised by the National Office of Overseas Skill Recognition.
Diversity and inclusion is part of the way we work and how we do business. We understand and appreciate that diverse experiences, backgrounds and insights enriches our capability to deliver to the public and government.
Our two year Graduate Development Program gives you an opportunity to build on and use the skills you have gained during university to shape the Australian economy to drive growth and create jobs.
Our program provides you with the perfect combination of on the job learning, formal training, and opportunities for networking and collaborating, and further study that complements your tertiary education.
You can apply for our Generalist Stream, our Professional Services Stream, or both.
We accept all disciplines of study, and we have numerous opportunities available to use your skills, knowledge and experience. Our graduates come from a range of backgrounds including (but certainly not limited to), economics, science, engineering, law, commerce.
This year we’re also looking for graduates with an academic background in ICT, Accounting, Law, Human Resources and Communications/Marketing. Graduates in the Professional Services Steam undertake the same training and development as graduates in the Generalist Stream, however their work placements have a greater focus on their area of expertise.
In addition, we’ll provide you with:
Applications will open in May 2019.
To apply, you’ll be asked to complete an online application (available once applications are open) and upload your resume (max. 3 pages).
From there, the process may include:
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Last updated: 27 March 2019
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