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Victorian Government

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  • > 100,000 employees

2022 Project delivery Graduate Program

Metro Melbourne
Start your career in the Victorian Government graduate program as a project delivery graduate. Apply now to join Victoria's most diverse employer.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Graduate Job
Number of Vacancies
5-10
Salary
$60,314 plus super
Start Date
24 Jan 2022

Application dates

Applications Open
13 Jul 2021
Applications Close
23 Aug 2021

Minimum requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
E
Aerospace Engineering & Aviation
Automotive & Transport Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering & Construction
Communications Engineering
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Engineering Management
Environmental Engineering
Fire & Safety Engineering
Geomatic Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering
Marine Engineering
Materials Engineering
Mathematics & Statistics
Mechanical Engineering
Mining Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
Renewable Energy Engineering
Robotics & Mechatronics Engineering
Engineering & Mathematics (all other)
Geotechnical Engineering
L
Justice & Law Enforcement
Law
Legal Studies
P
Architecture & Interior Design
Construction Management
Property, Land & Real Estate
Quantity Surveying
Sustainable Development
Urban Design & Town Planning

The Victorian Government

We want Victoria to be innovative and reflective of the community we serve. Graduates join us because we offer meaningful work that directly impacts Victorians and offers incredible career opportunities. No other employer has such a diversity of roles. Work in a place where you can live our shared values, including integrity, respect and human rights.

How the program works

Complete 3 rotations in different departments over 12-months. You'll contribute to important work and make connections across government. You'll try various work on different topics. Along the way, you'll develop your talents and find new passions.

The Project delivery stream is open to graduates with majors in engineering disciplines, project management, planning, architecture and property development, landscape architecture and law. You'll work in the development, design and construction of high-profile public infrastructure projects. You'll be provided further training to complement the project delivery environment and your commercial capabilities.

Program benefits

  • 3 different project delivery-focused roles in different government departments/agencies
  • A structured learning and development journey
  • Participation in executive mentoring
  • A promotion and pay rise to more than $72,000 on successful completion of the program
  • Collaboration with a large cohort of like-minded graduates
  • Contribution to a variety of exciting initiatives
  • Opportunity to learn about the Victorian public service


Skills required

  • Verbal and written communication
  • Problem solving and analytical mindset
  • Adaptability and resilience
  • Teamwork and stakeholder engagement
  • Education or experience in project delivery


Eligibility criteria

  • Completed an undergraduate or postgraduate degree between 1 Jan 2019 and 1 Jan 2022; and
  • Have completed studies in engineering, project management, planning, architecture, property development or law; and
  • Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australian permanent resident or have unrestricted working rights in Australia at time of application; and
  • Not have taken a voluntary redundancy from the Victorian public sector in the 3 years up to the program start date of 24 January 2022.


Application stages

  1. Online application form
  2. Online assessment
  3. Video interview
  4. Assessment Centre
  5. Employment offer

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Pathway

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander pathway provides culturally appropriate guidance and support to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants through the recruitment and selection process. You'll be supported by Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander staff and other experienced professionals during the recruitment process and your career within the Victorian public sector. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander pathway is part of the Victorian public sector's 5-year Aboriginal employment strategy, Barring Djinang.

Disability Pathway

The Disability pathway provides graduates with disabilities access to safe and inclusive support and adjustments from a dedicated professional. It enables us to better understand you as an individual and assists with equitable access throughout the entire process. It can also include support during the graduate year. The Disability pathway is consistent with the Victorian Government's Getting to work disability employment action plan.

How to apply

The 2022 Victorian Government graduate program applications are open between 13 July and 23 August 2021.

Apply now by clicking the "Apply Now" button below.

We are also accepting applications for our Law and Generalist streams. Visit our website for more details.

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
My grandmother worked for the Department of Justice and I noticed how respected she was by the community. I’m glad I am here continuing that legacy.

Zack, Generalist stream, Aboriginal pathway

  • Graduate stories
My grandmother worked for the Department of Justice and I noticed how respected she was by the community. I’m glad I am here continuing that legacy.

Zack, Generalist stream, Aboriginal pathway

  • Graduate stories
I want to advocate for people with disabilities and ensure that we are represented in every level of government and involved in important initiatives and decisions.

Anna, Generalist stream, disability pathway

  • Graduate stories
I want to advocate for people with disabilities and ensure that we are represented in every level of government and involved in important initiatives and decisions.

Anna, Generalist stream, disability pathway

  • Graduate stories
My grandmother worked for the Department of Justice and I noticed how respected she was by the community. I’m glad I am here continuing that legacy.

Zack, Generalist stream, Aboriginal pathway

  • Graduate stories
My grandmother worked for the Department of Justice and I noticed how respected she was by the community. I’m glad I am here continuing that legacy.

Zack, Generalist stream, Aboriginal pathway

  • Graduate stories
I want to advocate for people with disabilities and ensure that we are represented in every level of government and involved in important initiatives and decisions.

Anna, Generalist stream, disability pathway

  • Graduate stories
I want to advocate for people with disabilities and ensure that we are represented in every level of government and involved in important initiatives and decisions.

Anna, Generalist stream, disability pathway


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Intake Months
Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sep, Oct
Duration
8 months full-time
Study Mode
Online
Domestic Tuition Fees
$12,400 total
International Tuition Fees
$12,400 total