As an ATO grad you will be part of a unique learning experience.

Our diverse program will challenge and enrich your learning and develop your skills, knowledge and confidence.

With other professionals, you'll help shape a world-leading tax and super administration known for its contemporary services, expertise and integrity.

What you need:

If you have a degree in any of these disciplines, you could have the skills we're looking for.

  • Accounting, Finance and Commerce
  • Design
  • Economics
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • Law
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and Statistics

Grad program positions, like all ATO roles, are filled on merit. You'll need to submit a written application then complete an assessment process. This may include undergoing psychometric testing, sitting interviews and providing references. You also may need to attend an assessment centre where you will take part in role plays, individual presentations, group activities, in-tray exercises and writing case.

Being one of Australia's largest public service employers, you don't have to move to Canberra, ATO offices are located in all capital cities and many regional centres.

During the 12 month grad program you'll do work rotations, get a range of training and personal development opportunities and be supported by a program manager. The ATO aspires to providing best practice career development for its staff.

We offer:

  • An intensive 12-month program
  • Challenging work rotations to develop your skills and explore different areas of interest
  • A program manager to support you professionally and personally throughout the year
  • Dedicated training and development opportunities
  • A competitive starting salary of nearly $62,000
  • A workplace culture that is supportive and promotes equal opportunity
  • Advancement upon successful completion
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • An excellent social and networking base with fellow graduates.

What you need to know:
Start your journey as an ATO graduate by completing an online application.

When to apply:
We recruit early in the year and our application period is 1 March to 12 April 2018.

We encourage applications from all areas of the community, including Indigenous Australians, candidates from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and candidates with a disability.
To be eligible for our graduate program you must:

  • be an Australian citizen. For more information about Australian citizenship, visit Department of Immigration and citizenship .
  • have successfully completed your bachelor degree in the last 3 years and can provide evidence before the commencement of the program.