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Science and Planning Graduate Program

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Science and Planning 2020 Graduate Program - Victorian Government

Graduates can access a significant learning and development budget per year to build knowledge and work skills for a career in environmental sustainability.

  • Closing on 5 Aug 2019

Opportunity Details

Opportunity Types
Graduate Job
Number of Vacancies
15-25
Salary
$55,000 - $59,999

Application Dates

Applications Open
5 Jul 2019
Applications Close
5 Aug 2019

Minimum Requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Graduation Results
50 - 64% WAM (Pass)
Accepting International Applications
No
Degrees Accepted
E
Civil Engineering & Construction
I
Data Science
P
Architecture & Interior Design
Building & Construction Management
Property, Land & Real Estate
S
Agricultural Science & Management
Earth Sciences
Sciences (all other)

What's involved

Each year a new intake of science and planning graduates embark on their two-year program. Areas of interest are; biodiversity, land & fire management, water, agriculture and planning. As a new graduate, you will attend a formal induction which provides a chance for you to get to know your fellow graduates and to start working with your supervisor. As a graduate, you will generally be expected to undertake three rotations of eight months, many roles living and working in regional Victoria. An opportunity to take your passion and assist in Victoria's sustainability and growth, and wherever you go, you'll be learning from experts in your field.

Support

You will have a location supervisor for each rotation and a coordinating supervisor, who will support you for the duration of the program. Both supervisors will be involved in mentoring and developing work plans to ensure you have opportunities for learning, development and career growth. You will also be provided a graduate buddy.

Learning and Development

Graduates can access a significant learning and development budget per year to build knowledge and work skills for a career in environmental sustainability.

When can I apply?

Applications open early July each year for commencement - Nov through to Feb.

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible you need to be an Australian or New Zealand Citizen or permanent resident of Australia and have completed a degree within the last 5 years. Students completing their degrees this year should apply.

We encourage applications from Indigenous Australians. 
 

  • Closing on 5 Aug 2019

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
At university you’re surrounded by many opportunities and influential, intellectual people to learn from. Use these resources and gain as much experience as you can.

Alice Temblett

  • Graduate stories
At university you’re surrounded by many opportunities and influential, intellectual people to learn from. Use these resources and gain as much experience as you can.

Alice Temblett

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  • Graduate stories
I would definitely say that studying environmental science has given me an advantage in my career; the skills I learned through the degree have been invaluable.

Sean Warren

  • Graduate stories
I would definitely say that studying environmental science has given me an advantage in my career; the skills I learned through the degree have been invaluable.

Sean Warren

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  • Graduate stories
At university you’re surrounded by many opportunities and influential, intellectual people to learn from. Use these resources and gain as much experience as you can.

Alice Temblett

  • Graduate stories
At university you’re surrounded by many opportunities and influential, intellectual people to learn from. Use these resources and gain as much experience as you can.

Alice Temblett

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  • Graduate stories
I would definitely say that studying environmental science has given me an advantage in my career; the skills I learned through the degree have been invaluable.

Sean Warren

  • Graduate stories
I would definitely say that studying environmental science has given me an advantage in my career; the skills I learned through the degree have been invaluable.

Sean Warren

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