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Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development & Communications

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  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development & Cities 2018-19 University Vacation Employment Program

Canberra

Our University Vacation Employment Program is an internship designed to provide an opportunity for university students to experience a taste of Government with placements across areas

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Internship
Number of Vacancies
15-25
Salary
$40,000 - $44,999

Application dates

Applications Open
3 Aug 2018
Applications Close
31 Aug 2018

Minimum requirements

Accepting International Applications
No
Degrees Accepted
E
Aerospace Engineering & Aviation
Civil Engineering & Construction
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mining Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
Materials Engineering
I
Computer Graphics & Animation
Data Science
B
Actuarial Studies
Business Administration & Management
Human Resources
Marketing, Advertising & Public Relations
M
Dentistry & Dental Science
Nutrition & Dietetics
Medicine & Medical Science
Nursing & Midwifery
Optometry, Ophthalmology & Orthoptics
Pharmacy & Pharmacology
Public Health
Psychology & Counselling
Exercise & Sports Science
C
Graphic Design & Visual Arts
Communication & Media Studies
Music & Performing Arts
H
Classics
Languages, Literature & Linguistics
Archaeology & History
Humanities (all other)
Philosophy
Politics & Policy Studies
Social Science (all other)
Theology & Comparative Religion
Psychology & Counselling
Social Work & Sociology
L
Law
Legal Studies
P
Architecture & Interior Design
Building & Construction
Property, Land & Real Estate
S
Agricultural Science & Management
Chemistry
Earth Sciences
Physics & Astronomy
Sciences (all other)
T
General Education Studies

Our University Vacation Employment Program is an internship designed to provide an opportunity for university students to experience a taste of Government with placements across areas including maritime and aviation, program management, policy development, national transport systems, finance, communications, human resources, and regional development.

We encourage applications from all disciplines and you can be sure that your work will be contributing to the future productivity, livability and sustainability of Australia.

You will gain valuable, on the job experience, the opportunity to develop networking skills, contacts and social skills required in a professional environment, and the chance to showcase your skills and knowledge in the workplace.

You will work alongside a leadership team with a vast array of subject matter expertise across a range of fields.

This is a paid internship and, if successful, you will be employed on a non-ongoing (temporary) basis and receive a minimum annual base salary of $44,904 per annum (pro rata). 
 

Graduate Success Stories


Department of Infrastructure Transport Cities and Regional Development Chris Munro
  • Graduate stories
The Graduate Program has been fantastic. We've been kept extremely busy!

Chris Munro

  • Graduate stories
The Graduate Program has been fantastic. We've been kept extremely busy!

Chris Munro

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities & Regional Development Lauren Murray
  • Graduate stories
I chose Infrastructure because I liked the opportunity work on a mix of policy, program and regulation in both the domestic and international spheres.

Lauren Murray

  • Graduate stories
I chose Infrastructure because I liked the opportunity work on a mix of policy, program and regulation in both the domestic and international spheres.

Lauren Murray

Department of Infrastructure Transport Cities and Regional Development Chris Munro
  • Graduate stories
The Graduate Program has been fantastic. We've been kept extremely busy!

Chris Munro

  • Graduate stories
The Graduate Program has been fantastic. We've been kept extremely busy!

Chris Munro

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities & Regional Development Lauren Murray
  • Graduate stories
I chose Infrastructure because I liked the opportunity work on a mix of policy, program and regulation in both the domestic and international spheres.

Lauren Murray

  • Graduate stories
I chose Infrastructure because I liked the opportunity work on a mix of policy, program and regulation in both the domestic and international spheres.

Lauren Murray