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Graduate, Legal

Advertiser: Major Transport Infrastructure ProgramMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
7 Mar 2019
Location
Melbourne, CBD & Inner Suburbs
Salary
See advertisement
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Legal, Other

Graduate, Legal

Graduate, Legal

If you want to make a difference for all Victorians - this is your chance to work together with a committed team, to contribute to the delivery of major projects whilst gaining experience and capabilities to develop your career.

We are building State-shaping transport projects - Metro Tunnel, North East Link, West Gate Tunnel, Level Crossing Removal Project, Regional Rail Revival and Suburban Road Upgrades. Our new projects, including the Suburban Rail Loop and Airport Rail Link, will change the way that Victorians work, live and play.

By joining our team, you will be making it easier for Victorians to get where they need to go and contribute to improving our liveability.

Delivering these massive projects takes multi-disciplinary teams working collaboratively in a complex and creative environment. Does this sound like your ideal workplace?

To join our Graduate Program, you will be highly motivated, demonstrate strong inter-personal and problem-solving capabilities.

We will offer you the opportunity to develop technical and professional skills and take unrivalled experiences with you as you continue your professional career in you chosen field.

You will participate in tailored rotations over two years. The first year of the program includes two rotations within a ‘home' project. In the second year, you will have an opportunity to work within another MTIA project group or externally with one of our key advisors or project partners. A Graduate Learning Series will offer the opportunity to strengthen workplace and project delivery learning, as part of this imaginative program.

We are seeking recent graduates, representative of Victoria's diverse community to join the 2020 MTIA Graduate Program. Take the opportunity to build both your career and Victoria's infrastructure.

Graduates will be employed at a VPS3 grade with a starting salary of $75,427 (including superannuation).

To be eligible, you must have completed your undergraduate degree between May 2018 and January 2020 in Law.

Please visit the Big Build website to find out more about the Graduate Program including eligibility, disciplines, rotation opportunities and how to submit your application.

Applications are submitted through the Victorian Government's careers website and must include:

  • CV (three pages max)
  • Copy of your academic transcript (official or unofficial)
  • Proof of Australian working rights (eg: Australia/New Zealand Passport; Birth Certificate or Permanent Residency)

You must attach the above documentation by the closing date, otherwise your application will not progress. Applications will not be accepted via email. Candidates applying must have working rights within Australia as we are unable to offer work sponsorship.

Applications process

Discipline leads and our human resources teams will be leading the recruitment of our 2020 graduates. Our recruitment process involves the following steps:

1. Online application

2. Online cognitive assessment

3. Video interview assessment

4. Assessment Centre. At this stage candidates will be asked to preference a 'home' project group.

5. Individual interviews - relevant only for some disciplines

6. Offer

The program will commence February 2020.  

Applications close 11.59pm Thursday 4 April 2019 (AEDT).

Graduate, Legal

If you want to make a difference for all Victorians - this is your chance to work together with a committed team, to contribute to the delivery of major projects whilst gaining experience and capabilities to develop your career.

We are building State-shaping transport projects - Metro Tunnel, North East Link, West Gate Tunnel, Level Crossing Removal Project, Regional Rail Revival and Suburban Road Upgrades. Our new projects, including the Suburban Rail Loop and Airport Rail Link, will change the way that Victorians work, live and play.

By joining our team, you will be making it easier for Victorians to get where they need to go and contribute to improving our liveability.

Delivering these massive projects takes multi-disciplinary teams working collaboratively in a complex and creative environment. Does this sound like your ideal workplace?

To join our Graduate Program, you will be highly motivated, demonstrate strong inter-personal and problem-solving capabilities.

We will offer you the opportunity to develop technical and professional skills and take unrivalled experiences with you as you continue your professional career in you chosen field.

You will participate in tailored rotations over two years. The first year of the program includes two rotations within a ‘home' project. In the second year, you will have an opportunity to work within another MTIA project group or externally with one of our key advisors or project partners. A Graduate Learning Series will offer the opportunity to strengthen workplace and project delivery learning, as part of this imaginative program.

We are seeking recent graduates, representative of Victoria's diverse community to join the 2020 MTIA Graduate Program. Take the opportunity to build both your career and Victoria's infrastructure.

Graduates will be employed at a VPS3 grade with a starting salary of $75,427 (including superannuation).

To be eligible, you must have completed your undergraduate degree between May 2018 and January 2020 in Law.

Please visit the Big Build website to find out more about the Graduate Program including eligibility, disciplines, rotation opportunities and how to submit your application.

Applications are submitted through the Victorian Government's careers website and must include:

  • CV (three pages max)
  • Copy of your academic transcript (official or unofficial)
  • Proof of Australian working rights (eg: Australia/New Zealand Passport; Birth Certificate or Permanent Residency)

You must attach the above documentation by the closing date, otherwise your application will not progress. Applications will not be accepted via email. Candidates applying must have working rights within Australia as we are unable to offer work sponsorship.

Applications process

Discipline leads and our human resources teams will be leading the recruitment of our 2020 graduates. Our recruitment process involves the following steps:

1. Online application

2. Online cognitive assessment

3. Video interview assessment

4. Assessment Centre. At this stage candidates will be asked to preference a 'home' project group.

5. Individual interviews - relevant only for some disciplines

6. Offer

The program will commence February 2020.  

Applications close 11.59pm Thursday 4 April 2019 (AEDT).

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