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About the graduate programs

You must apply with Queensland Health for the registered Nursing and Midwifery Graduate Program.

Join Queensland's largest and most diverse employer and make a difference to the people and communities of Queensland.

We work together to deliver public service including health, education, transport, infrastructure, police and emergency services, environment, tourism and community services.

Our graduate programs provide valuable learning and development opportunities to launch your career and make a difference to the lives of Queenslanders. Join us to #BeHere4QLD.

Queensland Audit Office

Queensland Audit Office provides independent assurance on how state and local government public sector entities are performing and identifies opportunities for best practice. Graduates apply their analytical and accounting skills to deliver audit and assurance engagements, investigations into fraud, waste, or mismanagement, and provide advice to parliament. This is a 12-month program.

Disciplines we recruit

Accounting, commerce, data science, information systems, mathematics and statistics.

Key dates

15 February Applications open
Apply via Queensland Audit Office
28 March Applications close
1 April Invitation to video interview and psychometric testing
20 April Assessment centres
4 May Interviews
21 May Offers made
28 June Queensland Audit Office graduate program start date

Contact

Email graduate.recruitment@qao.qld.gov.au.

Want more information?

Visit Queensland Audit Office Graduate Program.

Queensland Treasury

Queensland Treasury is the government's expert on state finances and the economy. Graduates work on a variety of projects and contribute to solutions which have a lasting impact on Queensland's prosperity.

Disciplines we recruit

Accounting, commerce, economics, finance, law, mathematics, public policy and statistics.

Key dates

To be advised.

Contact

Email gradprog@treasury.qld.gov.au or call (07) 3035 1471.

Want more information?

Visit Queensland Treasury Graduate Program.

Digital and ICT Graduate Program

The Digital and ICT Graduate Program is a 2-year program operating across Queensland Government agencies. Graduates make a positive difference to Queenslanders through the implementation of innovative digital solutions.

Disciplines we recruit (disciplines may change)

Computer science, data science, computer engineering, information technology, mathematics and statistics.

Key dates (dates may change)

1 July Applications open
31 July Applications close

Contact

Email DigitalICTGradProg@hpw.qld.gov.au or call 0448 540 470 or 0439 403 090.

Want more information?

Visit Digital and ICT Graduate Program.

Department of Transport and Main Roads Graduate Program

The Department of Transport and Main Roads connects people, places, goods and services, safely, efficiently, and effectively across Queensland. Graduates contribute to major infrastructure projects across Queensland. This is a 2-year graduate program.

Disciplines we recruit

Civil engineering, electrical engineering, environmental engineering, surveying, civil design and spatial science.

Key dates

To be advised.

Contact

Email tmr.graduates@tmr.qld.gov.au.

Want more information?

Visit Department of Transport and Main Roads Graduate Program.

Policy Futures Graduate Program

Policy Futures Graduate Program is a 2-year program where graduates make a positive difference to Queenslanders through developing effective government policies. Graduates contribute to how the Queensland Government delivers services like health, education, transport, infrastructure, police and emergency services.

Discipline we recruit

All disciplines.

Key dates

To be advised.

Contact

Email policyfuturesgraduaterecruitment@premiers.qld.gov.au.

Want more information?

Visit Policy Futures Graduate Program.