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Graduate program

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Start your career at the Department of Transport and Main Roads, for an experience like no other

One choice, endless opportunity

Are you completing a university degree and looking to make a difference in your career? At TMR we work on projects that make a genuine difference to peoples lives. Our graduate program give you endless opportunities to shape the future of Queensland

Offering a permanent role with a competitive salary and great work/life balance, the graduate program ensures tailored professional development with a technical program of work and exposure to a wide variety of projects across the diverse landscape of Queensland. 

Our Graduate Property Officer, Jackson, has a Bachelor of Property Economics from QUT and joined our graduate program in 2022. He has gained new experiences and contributed to making our state a great place to live, work and visit.

"TMR offers unique exposure to the Government public sector with a large supply of pathways available to explore, trial and grow from. I feel valued by being trusted to perform my role and contribute to team goals."

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Imagine being part of a fast paced team, working on statewide projects and developing a skillset that will set you up for the future. 

You will only be limited by your imagination, passion and motivation to succeed. You will contribute to innovation, sustainability and culture–applying what you have learnt at university to a real world environment.  

Find out more about one of Australia's most popular graduate program before you apply.

At the Department of Transport and Main Roads, we want our workforce to reflect the community and locations we serve. We know we can achieve better results with a diverse and inclusive team. We acknowledge that in some cases women, persons with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and persons for whom English is not their first language are underrepresented and therefore, priority may be given to these applicants as an equal opportunity measure under Section 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991.

Last updated 5 May 2023