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Hear from our graduates

Meet Maea Buhre – a graduate policy officer for the Policy Futures graduate program.

Meet Sharon Richardson – a graduate with the Transport and Main Roads graduate program.

Meet Anna Hall, Joshua Lovett and Wendy Pei – graduates with Treasury's GRADStart graduate program.

Jamie Leigh Murray

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Jamie gained new experiences through rotations while in the Department of Transport and Main Roads' graduate program.

"My time with RoadTek has been both challenging and rewarding.

I have been working on quality assurance and management of the upgrade of drainage across various locations in Brisbane. Most sites were delivered at night which meant working out of the ordinary hours.

I have gained vital experience from this rotation and I would highly recommend that other graduates experience working with RoadTek."

#BeChallenged, #BeHere4Qld

Ahlia Karam

A 2017 Greater Graduate Program participant, Ahlia went on to become a Senior Policy Officer with the Department of Environment and Science, and has been benefiting from the Queensland Government's flexible working.

"I have been able to flourish in my position due to my supportive team. Each member brings their own perspective and a world of experience to solving problems that we face.

As well as fulfilling the duties of my policy role, I have also been working casually in the Moggill operational office where I am able to continue pursuing my interests in reptile husbandry."

#BeBalanced, #BeChallenged

Joshua Pe Benito

As a 2015 graduate, Joshua was supported to fast-track his career and was even employed as an Acting Manager with the Department of Transport and Main Roads in his early years.

"I've always dreamed of having a career that allows me to shape and mould what is important to me.

Based on my experience, I can honestly say that I've found this in Transport and Main Roads.

As a Queensland Government graduate you will have the opportunity to use your skills and talents and be a key piece in shaping and preparing Queensland for the future."

#BeChallenged, #BeRewarded