GrainCorp Graduate Programs

GrainCorp is a leading Australian agribusiness and processing company, with a market leading presence as the largest grain storage and handling business on the east coast of Australia. We are also the largest edible oil processor and oilseed crusher in Australia and New Zealand. 

Over its 100+ year history, GrainCorp has created a global supply chain with high quality infrastructure assets and world-class expertise across our agribusiness, food processing, feeds, fats and oils bu…

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Application Process

The application and selection process for entry-level and graduate positions across GrainCorp is simple and straightforward. 

While the process might vary slightly between roles, here’s a snapshot of what you can expect when applying to work with us

  1. Application 

    Submit your resume and academic results (if requested) along with some basic information to help us with an initial assessment of your suitability.

    Tip: Make the most of your application by highlighting in your resume any work experience, extracurricular activities, volunteer experience and other relevant qualifications you have.

  2. Preliminary review

    When reviewing your application, if you meet our requirements (or if we need a little more info), we will invite you to have a short preliminary call with a friendly member of our Talent Acquisition team. This is an opportunity to talk through the details yo…

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Jobs and Opportunities

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Graduate Jobs

Sydney

Accounting
and 3 others

Hires applicants with degrees in

  • Accounting
  • Agriculture
  • Business and Commerce
  • Economics

Permanent Finance Graduate role. Start mid January 2023. Hybrid working pattern on offer.

Application Process

The application and selection process for entry-level and graduate positions across GrainCorp is simple and straightforward. 

While the process might vary slightly between roles, here’s a snapshot of what you can expect when applying to work with us

  1. Application 

    Submit your resume and academic results (if requested) along with some basic information to help us with an initial assessment of your suitability.

    Tip: Make the most of your application by highlighting in your resume any work experience, extracurricular activities, volunteer experience and other relevant qualifications you have.

  2. Preliminary review

    When reviewing your application, if you meet our requirements (or if we need a little more info), we will invite you to have a short preliminary call with a friendly member of our Talent Acquisition team. This is an opportunity to talk through the details you’ve provided, understand your motivations and share a little more about the opportunity. 

  3. Interview

    If shortlisted, we’ll invite you for a formal in-person or videoconference interview with our business leaders. This will typically include behavioural, situational and technical questions. If you’re applying for a role in a technical discipline such as engineering, food science, or IT for example, we may also ask you to complete a relevant skills assessment.

  4. Checks 

    Once you’ve completed your interviews, our Talent Acquisition team will be in touch to let you know if you’ve been successful, ask you to provide proof of work rights and complete any necessary reference, background or medical checks.

  5. Offer

    Congratulations! You’ve successfully completed our checks and will receive an offer of employment, including details of your remuneration, start date, work hours, and more.

Graduate Pathways

Looking to make an immediate impact in your role? We offer full time permanent graduate roles, with professional development designed to help you reach your full potential. 

Through a mixture of experience-based development, exposure to key people and formal learning, we’ll help build the skills you need to thrive. 

We offer a diverse range of roles across our different sites, offices and the operations that support our end-to-end supply chain.

If you are looking to align your passion for agriculture with your studies – GrainCorp is a great first step in your career. 

Apprenticeships

GrainCorp offers apprenticeships in several locations throughout the East Coast of Australia. 

As an apprentice, your formal study will be complemented by practical hands-on experience and development in a supportive environment. 

If you’re interested, or know someone who might be, keep an eye on our vacancies or follow our page.  

Life & Culture

At GrainCorp, we have a shared passion for our people and believe in fostering an environment of inclusion & diversity, where employees can thrive. We value different thinking, perspectives and ideas.

Life and Culture

Values

LEAD the way

We act with integrity in everything we do.
We pursue excellence, foster innovation, and continuous improvement.

OWN the result

We take accountability for our decisions, actions, and results. 
We aim high, achieve results, celebrate success, and learn.

Commit to SAFETY

We embrace a commitment to zero harm.
We proactively manage health, safety, and environmental risks.

Deliver for our CUSTOMERS

We put our customers at the centre of everything we do.
We provide solutions for our customers that support their needs.

Perks & Benefits

Flexible Working

Hybrid work options for office-based workers. Option to purchase additional annual leave.

Parental leave

14 weeks paid parental leave for primary carers.

Professional Development

Leadership development programs via world-class providers and internal facilitators. Access to on-demand e-learning modules, professional memberships and subscriptions. Study assistance and leave.

Inclusion and Diversity

Join our Inclusion Ambassadors and help champion six key focus areas: Gender, Indigenous, LGBTIQ+, Disability Empowerment, Stage of Working Life and Cultural and Language Diversity. 

Community 

Access to paid volunteer leave and community initiatives.

Personal Wellbeing

Health and wellbeing initiatives through Fit4Life and our Employee Assistance Program. Access to annual flu vaccinations, safety training and programs.

Financial Wellbeing

Salary Sacrifice superannuation and novated leases. Employee referral program, short-term incentive plans and access to discounted vendor products and services.

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Why Join Us?

The world is growing at an unprecedented rate. And as the population climbs, food demand will surge. It's estimated that global food production will need to double in the next 30 years just to keep up. 

Whether in Australia, Canada, China, India, New Zealand or the UK, our people are central members of an international taskforce stepping up to meet that challenge. The world is growing, we're growing with it, and you can grow with us.

Social Responsibility

Sustainability

Our vision? To be a leader in sustainable and innovative agriculture. 

How do we achieve that? It’s all outlined in our sustainability report, including our 3-year roadmap to support sustainable growth into the future. 

Want to know more? Visit our website to read what about the commitments we’ve made to the environment, ethical conduct and responsible sourcing, safety, our people and our community. 

Community Volunteering Leave

The passion of our people sits at the heart of what we do at GrainCorp. We appreciate the shared value of our people making a positive difference in their communities. That’s why we provide Community Volunteering Leave for all our people, to give back to our communities. 

Community Foundation

GrainCorp’s Community Foundation (GCF) champions the health and wellbeing of our rural and regional communities. Our community fund supports initiatives that provide infrastructure and capability upgrades, promote connectedness and peace of mind. Some of our silos have been turned into world-class murals to promote tourism in the communities we work in. Did you know over half of the silos in the Australian Silo Art Trail are GrainCorp’s?

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