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Inclusive entry pathway programs

Inclusive entry pathway programs

When you work at Transport and Main Roads you are part of something bigger.

Join an employer that contributes to the well-being of the wider community, and connects our customers to services, education, employment, and each other. We're focused on making a difference for Queensland.

TMR offers a number of entry pathways and opportunities to build a diverse and capable workforce that give you valuable experience in your chosen career path.

  • About TMR's inclusive entry pathway programs

    Entry pathways, such as apprenticeships, are an opportunity to build a diverse and capable workforce.

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  • Graduate program

    Kickstart your career with the TMR Graduate Program and gain real life experience in your chosen career path.

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    Cadetships

    Become a cadet and work while you study. Cadets work while studying and are supported by TMR with their study expenses.

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    Internships

    Get an internship in your final year of university. We provide paid work experience, and upon graduation, a 12-month employment contract to launch your career.

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    Apprenticeships and traineeships

    RoadTek offers apprenticeships and traineeships.

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  • Scholarships

    Apply for our engineering related Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarships.

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Video transcript

Hazel: I honestly believe that working in a region provides better opportunities for development and growth as a young professional. It has provided me with experiences that I would not have been exposed to so early on, had I not chosen a more traditional pathway in a major city.

Rachael: On a regional placement you get to meet great people, you get involved in all aspects of the projects and you can really get some dirt on your boots if you want, it is what you make of it.

Nick: It really does give you that accelerated boost to the start of your career, the lifestyle is very different from the big smoke. Everybody seems to be a bit calmer and take more time to work with you. The work-life balance is fantastic.

Hazel: I encourage anyone who's thinking about working regionally to just take the leap, it will have a lasting impact on your career, and you will reap the rewards in the long run.

Suman: So, what are you waiting for, grab that opportunity to challenge and discover your potential.

Last updated
15 February 2021