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Permanent roles – Graduate Surveyor – Transport and Main Roads

What’s on offer:

  • A permanent role in TMR 
  • Competitive remuneration starting from $72,000
  • 2-year graduate program (2x 12-month rotations or 4x 6-month rotations)
  • Tailored development and networking opportunities
  • Flexible workplaces and arrangements
  • Enjoy a 36.25 hour working week
  • Access to our Indigenous Employee Network, Gender Equity Program, OneTMR Pride Network, and Accessibility Inclusion Advocacy Network

About the role

Our TMR Surveyor professionals work with geospatial acquisition, data capture to specified accuracies, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), mapping, remote sensing (LiDAR, aerial images), plans and maps for legislative compliance, 3D visualisation and modelling to inform decision makers.

You will use your influence through geospatial data capture, analysis, data modelling and map creation t for infrastructure developments to meet the current and future needs of local communities and deliver value for money for the people of Queensland.

You will contribute to delivering the most substantial Queensland Transport and Roads Program (QTRIP) to date and infrastructure for the 2032 Olympic Games with a focus on environmental and social benefits for the local community.


Available roles

We have roles available, in:



Qualification required: 

Bachelor of Spatial Science Technology (Surveying), 

Bachelor of Surveying,

Bachelor of Applied Science (Surveying)

About you

We are looking for graduates who:  

  • are innovative and future-focused 
  • value teamwork, are community minded and put customer safety first
  • use research and data analysis to provide best practice recommendations 
  • take the initiative to collaborate with people of diverse backgrounds, experiences and expertise 
  • listen to understand, take the time to connect and contribute to the wellbeing of yourself and others 
  • actively seek and provide considered feedback and be willing to modify your approach for a better outcome.

The diversity of Queensland makes us stronger.

It's important to us that our graduate program reflects the community we serve. This means creating an inclusive culture that promotes the skills and insights of our people of all genders, ethnicities, generations, sexual orientations, abilities and lived experience. We recognise teams with diverse members are better able to contribute to our organisation’s goals and outcomes through enhanced creativity, innovation and improved problem solving. 

At the Department of Transport and Main Roads, we want people of all abilities to have an equitable experience. We encourage you to share with us any adjustments you may require to participate equitably in the recruitment process, and when you commence in the workplace as a successful candidate.

If you have accessibility requirements or require alternative formats for the recruitment process, please contact Hudson graduates team for further information or to arrange a confidential discussion.

To apply:

Complete an online application, where you will select your role preferences and attach the following:

· an up-to-date resume

· your most recent academic transcript.

Apply today for an experience like no other! 

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Closing in 16 days
Closing in 16 days
  • Job type:Graduate Jobs
  • Disciplines:

    Government, Planning and Surveying

  • Work rights:

    Australian Permanent Resident, Australian Citizen

  • Work from home:

    Hybrid remote

    Hybrid remote

    Employees are allowed to work remotely some of the time but most of the work is done at the company’s physical office. Remote work is considered a perk or a privilege. For example, an employee may work from home for 1-2 days per week.

  • Locations:

    Rockhampton, Townsville




    Feb 2023 (approx)

  • Closing Date:29th Aug 2022, 12:59 pm


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