Applications for our 2020 Graduate Program will open 8:00am Monday 4 February and close at 11:30pm Sunday 31 March 2019.
The ANAO Graduate Program sets you up for a challenging and varied career where you’ll contribute to meaningful work that serves the broader Australian community.
As a graduate, we provide you with the support you need to develop your expertise in public administration. We’ll help you reach your full potential by providing you with extensive learning and development, equipping you with essential technical, leadership and people skills that will set you apart from other graduates.
You’ll also have the opportunity to work in different areas of the ANAO, broadening your understanding of our organisation and you’ll finish your graduate year with the confidence to take the next step in your career with us.
What we offer
We invest significantly in our people and their careers. We are committed to helping our graduates build the necessary technical, leadership and management skills that will give you the confidence to take the next step in your career with us. We offer a 12 month structured learning and development program that provides:
On successful completion of the graduate program, you’ll advance to the next classification level, an APS 4. Towards the end of your 12 month program, the ANAO will also support you in obtaining relevant postgraduate qualifications such as your CA or CPA, including maintaining current membership to professional bodies and associations relevant to your career.
Who we’re looking for
We’re seeking graduates from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds. The most sought after degrees for each of our groups include:
If you’re applying, it's also important that you:
To be eligible for our graduate program, you must:
All graduate positions are located in Canberra, ACT. We provide relocation assistance if you need to move from interstate.
We are committed to making reasonable adjustments to provide you with a positive, barrier-free recruitment process and supportive work environment. If you identify as having a disability, we encourage you to review the information provided about the recruitment process and let us know of any ways we can better support you in the application and assessment process.
Which service group should you apply for?
Before applying, we recommend you research the work of the different service groups and think about where you (in consideration of your interest, skills and background) would be best placed to make the most impact.
Not sure which service group to nominate for? Visit our website to view the academic disciplines table and find your field of study to see which service group we suggest for you.