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Graduate program

Graduate program

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

One choice, endless opportunities

Are you completing a university degree and looking to make a difference in your career? Do you have a true passion in your chosen field and a desire to contribute to enriching the lives of Queenslanders? Then our Graduate Program is for you!

Our Graduate Program gives you endless opportunities to shape Queensland and change the future of our state.

Our Workplace Health and Safety Graduate Officer, Zara, gained new experiences and has contributed to making our state a great place to live, work and visit. 

"The opportunity to be involved in the department’s response to COVID-19 has been an invaluable. Assisting the department’s response by providing timely and accurate operational support and advice to keep our frontline staff and customers safe, has been a rewarding experience that has greatly benefited my career"

With a competitive salary, extensive mentoring and networking activities—you only have to make one choice to experience endless career opportunities with us. 

Our graduate program is now closed for applications. You can register your interest with GradAustralia (Prosple), so we can advise you when applications are open for our next graduate recruitment process. 

Register your interest ( https://hudsonscaleup.avature.net/TMRGraduates?jobId=25 )

Program information

You're only limited by your imagination, passion, motivation and drive to succeed. We have roles in several locations across Queensland.

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
18 May 2022