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Quantium Graduate Programs & Internships

When expertly harnessed and strategically applied, data can be transformational. Quantium offers a 17-year track record of innovation in data science. We combine the best of human and artificial intelligence to power possibilities for individuals, organisations and society.

Founded in Australia in 2002, Quantium works with iconic brands in over 20 countries, partnering on their greatest challenges and unlocking breakthrough opportunities.

Quantium Data Analytics Virtual Experience Program

Job type:

Internships

Disciplines:

Actuary, Computer Science, Consulting,

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Locations:

Canberra, Sydney, Darwin, Brisbane,

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Workrights:

Australian Citizen, Australian Permanent

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About Us

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Power your possibilities at Quantium

We combine a diverse team of experts that spans actuaries, statisticians, data scientists, product leaders, strategy consultants, software engineers, delivery managers, industry experts, designers, and futurists – all dedicated to harnessing the power of data to drive transformational outcomes for our clients. Working across 9 offices globally, we are expanding and want you to be part of our journey!

We believe data is the footprint of human behaviour. Harnessing its power across the value chain makes organisations more responsive to the people they serve. We work with iconic global brands partnering on their greatest challenges unlocking transformational opportunities.

At Quantium you will have the opportunity to be part of the impact. You don’t sit on the sidelines, you dive deep into the world of ‘big data’, skating along the edge of industry breakthroughs.

About You

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Quantium is growing

We’re getting bigger, better and smarter all the time so we are always looking for people who can challenge us to continue growing – we think that’s you!

As a business we focus on fostering the learning and development of our grads and interns. We are inspired by your innovative thoughts and ever-growing capability.

With many different industry verticals and product teams– analysts and engineers alike, get exposure to hundreds of different technical, commercial and interpersonal skills to set a strong foundation in the data science world.

We look for grads and interns who like you embrace change and growth both personally and professionally. We don’t require you bring a specific skillset rather we want you to bring your analytical thinking and natural curiosity. There’s plenty to learn and we want to teach you – don’t be afraid of the unknown.

Our Graduate Academy

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Quantium Graduate Academy

At Quantium, you’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in diverse industry and technical specialisations through our 18 month Graduate Academy. Our Academy will accelerate learning, foster top performance and facilitate your integration in Quantium.

We’re serious about having the right people to support your growth and experience great success as a graduate. As a member of our inclusive and dynamic team, you’ll have access to dedicated Graduate Academy consultants, a buddy / mentor, and international learning events designed to support you the whole way. Stretch your mind surrounded by some of the brightest experts in the industry and access a vast number of on-demand technical training courses from day one, along with exclusive graduate-only High Performance Masterclasses (and more!) to further develop your competitive edge.

Our Internship Academy

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Quantium Internship Academy

Our Quantium internships are our idea of “try before you buy”, we want to give current students the opportunity to explore the new and emerging world of data science. Commencing annually in December and running through to February (yes, it works for your trimesters UNSW – we got you!) our internships are a great few weeks working alongside our technical experts, solving interesting problems

What are the highlights?

  • Work on real-life graduate work with client impacts
  • Experience life as part of one of our various industry verticals (i.e. Health, Retail, Product Analytics, Technology, Consumer Services & Property, FMCG, Government, Insurance, Media, Banking & Wealth)
  • Fortnightly ‘Lunch n learns’ with different members of our team to network and get to know the people of different levels in the business – from recent graduates to our co-founders and executive team
  • Present in our Intern to intern knowledge shares
  • Learn on the job from some of the industries best and brightest
  • Access as many of our 50+ technical training courses that you would like

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Meet Our Interns

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Jen

What do you study & where?

Master of Actuarial Studies at University of New South Wales

What do you enjoy most about your degree?

The challenge of using mathematics to describe contingent events, finance, and economics and the relevance to every day life.

What area of Quantium did you work in & what did you do?

I worked in Product and Technology – Property with the Q.Centre team. My main project was to find outlier retail customers in the data used for Q.Centre, and I helped put together some analytics for Q.Centre usage. 

In one sentence, describe what its like working at Quantium:

Working at Quantium is fun, challenging, and inspiring – there are always opportunities to up-skill and grow.

What were the top 3 things you took away from your internship?

  1. There is always more to learn
  2. The culture of a workplace is so important – the environment at Quantium encourages people to perform their best
  3. You get out what you put into the experience. If there is something you want to learn or achieve, go for it

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Vince

What do you study & where?

I study a Bachelors of Computer Science at UNSW.

What do you enjoy most about your degree?

What I enjoy most about Computer Science is the hands-on aspect of it. I love getting deep into the nitty gritty journey of designing and building out pieces of software. There’s a sense of accomplishment when you can sit back and look upon a feature you created or implemented, like “man see that, I made that!”.

What area of Quantium did you work in & what did you do?

My time at Quantium was spent in the Q.Centre team in the property team and on a green field research project for the retail team. In the Q.Centre team I designed and built out an administrative tool for Q.Centre app that allowed admins to customise static content on the app without having to redeploy the application. During my time on the research project, I helped investigate the concept and possibility of automated product attribution.

In one sentence, describe what its like working at Quantium:

Working at Quantium is like learning to run before you can walk, a daunting feat if it weren’t for support and guidance provided by the people at Quantium. 

What were the top 3 things you took away from your internship?

  1. A good environment and company culture makes all the difference, turning work from a job to a passion.  
  2. Team work is essential, no one succeeds alone.
  3. The real world is a scary place, I have much to learn.

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Nish

What do you study & where?  

I am studying at The University of Melbourne, majoring in Actuarial Studies and Economics.

What do you enjoy most about your degree?

I love how my degree constantly challenges me and how it has helped develop my technical, financial and commercial skills.

What area of Quantium did you work in & what did you do?

I was with the FMCG Analytics team throughout my internship. I worked on several FMCG briefs for clients where I mainly analysed their performance during the Christmas season. I also worked on a project with my manager where we built a rules-based pricing model for butter products.

In order to tackle these tasks at hand, I used software such as R, Excel and SQL to help me analyse and extract data.

In one sentence, describe what its like working at Quantium:

The work at Quantium is mentally stimulating and interesting and working with a bunch of smart and cool people makes the work even more fun.

What were the top 3 things you took away from your internship?

  1. The world of data analytics is huge and exponentially growing, many opportunities await!
  2. Always look to expand your skill set, especially in the data analytics industry and Quantium offers that opportunity. 
  3. Don't be afraid to ask questions and it is okay to make mistakes as long as you learn from them.

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Yasming

What do you study & where?

Bachelor of Actuarial Studies / Commerce at University of New South Wales

What do you enjoy most about your degree?

I enjoy the challenge of the degree and being able to develop my problem-solving and analytical skills, adapting them to any situation.

What area of Quantium did you work in & what did you do?

I was in the Health & Government team working on a health project that aimed to analyse food consumption and its effect on one's health. Even tried making a model to determine what foods or eating habits contributed the most to certain health concerns.

In one sentence, describe what its like working at Quantium:

Working at Quantium is like a Kinder surprise. Although there's a surprise (good or bad) in every task or project, the overall experience is one to savour.

What were the top 3 things you took away from your internship?

  1. The scope and potential of data analytics is limitless
  2. There is something new to learn every day
  3. Time flies when you're having fun (yes, even at work!)

Meet Our Grads

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Amanda Yee

YEEZY

University: Bond University

Degree: Actuarial Studies

Office: Brisbane

What I wish I knew before becoming a Grad: How valuable it is to start your day early (and despite knowing this now, I still wake up at 8.30 most days)

The best thing about Quantium is: the people and the opportunities! When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: It was actually after interning at Quantium in 2016

Favourite quote: “You can do anything, but not everything”


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Angus Forth

GUSSY

University: Australian National University

Degree: Maths and Economics

Office: Sydney

What I wish I knew before becoming a Grad: always under promise and overdeliver

The best thing about Quantium is: The responsibility, opportunities and trust that seniors give to juniors to get out of the comfort zone and stretch themselves doing interesting and challenging work.

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: When I found how varied the role of analyst is.

Favourite quote: “If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.” - Einstein


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Angus Yeun

ANGUSSY

University: University of New South Wales 

Degree: Software Engineering

Office: Sydney

What I wish I knew before becoming a Grad: People in the workforce are mostly relaxed, definitely keep trying to churn out quality work, but don’t stress so much that it affects your own wellbeing 

Describe your experience with Quantium in 3 words: Work in progress

When did I know I wanted to become a software engineer: In the really early days of iOS 1.0 when there wasn’t even an App Store. My brother gave me his iPod Touch, which was when I learnt how to gain root access, download snazzy themes and write my own tweaks

Fun fact: Used to be a professional pen spinner and participated in competitions!


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Carolyn Yao

CAROL

University: University of Melbourne

Degree: Commerce (Economics Honours),  Psychology

Office: Melbourne

What I wish I knew before becoming a Grad: It doesn’t matter what type of work you are currently doing, what you can learn from it is entirely up to you

Describe your experience at Quantium in 3 words: Challenging and fun

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: When I realised how powerful the insights extracted from data can be, and analytics is just so widely applicable that as a data analyst, I can make an impact in any industry I’m passionate about

Fun fact: I hold a red and black stripe belt in Taekwondo


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Ante Pavlovic

PAV

University: Macquarie University

Degree: Actuarial Studies & Applied Finance

Office: Sydney

What I wish I knew before becoming a grad: There might be times where you feel a little lost but eventually you’ll always hit a point where you look back and think “I never thought I would be able to do that”

Describe your experience at Quantium in 3 words: So much learning

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: During university I realised I didn’t want to be constrained to a single area. I’ve always enjoyed random facts and being an analyst lets me explore any industry or topic

Fun fact: I was once on the news because I fell asleep during a soccer game, whilst playing


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HuiPing Ho

PING

University: Curtin University of Technology

Degree: Actuarial Science

Office: Sydney

What I wish I knew before becoming a Grad: Stop being afraid of what other people think all the time, just be yourself and never shy away from a challenge

Describe your experience at Quantium in 3 words: Brilliant people everywhere!

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: In my university days I knew that I wanted a job that adds value to others, is challenging and also dynamic in nature. Being a data analyst at Quantium ticked all these boxes and also enabled me to grow in many other ways

Fun fact: I love hiking despite being prone to falling down (what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger!)


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Charitha Katupitiya

CHERRY

University: University of New South Wales

Degree: Mechanical Engineering & Commerce

Office: Bentonville, Arkansas

What I wish I knew before becoming a Grad: as a Grad the path you take is completely up to you and dependant on how proactive you are, saying yes to new opportunities and voicing your concerns

Describe your experience at Quantium in 3 words: Fun genuine relationships

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: I had an interest in using data to solve complex problems and completed an internship at Quantium, and enjoyed it. When I was offered a Grad offers I was not sure if I wanted to find a mechanical engineering job or go into data analytics. What I did know was that I would enjoy working at Quantium and be involved in a growing/ interesting industry

Fun fact: I have been reading a book called Red Mars for 3 years now and still haven’t finished it.. Honestly can’t remember the beginning, might have to start again


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Laurinda Sebaratnam

LOZZA/ LOZENGE

University: Macquarie University

Degree: Actuarial Studies & Applied Finance

Office: Sydney

What I wish I knew before becoming a Grad: Coding

Working at Quantium is like: Being able to work with a great group of intelligent and friendly people everyday

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cY90WZG_udY

Outside of work I enjoy: the beach and hiking


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Eric Penh

PENH

University: University of New South Wales

Degree: Engineering (Petroleum) / Commerce (Finance)

Office: Sydney

What I wish I knew before becoming a grad: how supportive everyone is within the company - everyone wants everybody else to succeed it's quite refreshing

Working at Quantium is like: collaborating with incredibly smart and talented people and trying to absorb as much as possible from them and the work everyday

When did I realise I wanted to become a data analyst: I've always loved problem solving and I wanted a career where I could grow and learn lots in that area so data analytics was an ideal role for me

Outside of work I enjoy: basketball, being out in the great outdoors


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Louisa Morgan

LOU

University: West Virginia University

Degree: Industrial Engineering

Office: Sydney 

What I wish I knew before becoming a Grad: I wish I knew the power and importance of networking across peers, teams and the business in general. You never know the types of projects you might want to be involved with in the future and making a solid network early on really helps with the feeling of inclusion and purpose.

The best thing about Quantium is: The people and projects that I get to work with on a daily basis. 

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: About halfway through my first year, and I finally started to know enough about data analytics, the different avenues and the endless possibilities it can provide!

Favourite quote: “There may be people that have more talent than you, but there’s no excuse for anyone to work harder than you do.”


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Mary Ma

MMA

University: University of Melbourne

Degree: Biomedical Engineering

Office: Melbourne

What I wish I knew before becoming a Grad: You didn’t finish your master’s degree and pass the interview only because of luck, be confident in yourself and don’t be shy in a new environment

Working at Quantium is like: meeting up with friends - the more you discover about them, the more you enjoy their company

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: When I became curious about why Woolies changed its reward system and how it could be used to make people’s life easier

Outside of work I enjoy: Kpop, travelling, being “fitish”


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Thomas Duffy

TOM

University: James Cook University

Degree: Mechanical Engineering & Mathematics

Office: Brisbane

What I wish I knew before become a grad: It would have been great if I had some prior exposure to SAS programming before starting work here. Definitely would’ve saved some headaches in the first few months!

The best thing about Quantium is: Working with a bunch of incredibly smart people and getting free t-shirts

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: In 15 weeks of mechanical engineering placement, my favourite project was an analysis that involved an abundance of probability and statistics. I decided that I wanted to do much more of this so a career in data analytics was very appealing.

Favourite quote: Believe you can and you’re halfway there – Theodore Roosevelt


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Vlad Gavrilov

VALD

University: University of Adelaide

Degree: Petroleum & Mechanical Engineering

Office: Melbourne What I wish I knew before becoming a Grad: That being good at solving problems is only one piece of the puzzle

Working at Quantium is like: Constantly being challenged and learning new things from the smart people around you

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: I’ve always loved problem-solving, and when I realised that data analytics is continually full of new problems that need interesting solution, I knew right away

Outside of work I enjoy: I like making music on my drum machines and synthesizers, and also watching/playing sport


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Natalia Simson

TALS

University: University of Melbourne

Degree: Science (Mathematics & Statistics)

Office: Melbourne

What I wish I knew before becoming a Grad: Believe in your own potential, the first year/s will take you places you can’t imagine

The best thing about Quantium is: A collaborative and supportive culture which champions the sharing of knowledge

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: When I discovered I could apply many of the problems solving and analytical skills I’d developed at uni to exciting real world problems

You may be disappointed if you fail but you are doomed if you don’t try” – Beverly Sills


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Robert Drever

ROB, DOCTOR EVER

University: Deakin University

Degree: Commerce

Office: Melbourne

What I wish I knew before becoming a Grad: Broader understanding of coding languages

Describe your experience at Quantium in 3 words: Relaxed, interesting, challenging

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst: I knew I wanted to work with numbers, but seeing the pathways/ opportunities Quantium offered was the point of realisation

Fun fact: I once booked an important flight for the wrong month, and didn’t realise until I was at the airport


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Zac Evans

ATTACK

University: University of Melbourne Office: Melbourne

Degree: Commerce (Finance), Master of Engineering (Mechanical)

What I wish I knew becoming before becoming a grad: Copious amounts of caffeine is not a sustainable substitute for a good nights sleep 

The best thing about Quantium is: The opportunity and support to master new coding languages and analytical tools, both from training and in practice 

When did I know I wanted to become a data analyst? When I realised that coding and problem solving was what I enjoyed the most in engineering, and I could do that every day as a data analyst

Favourite Quote: “A moment's insight is sometimes worth a life's experience.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.

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Striving to land the graduate role of your dreams? Got the job and not sure what comes next? Meet the Grad Acad team – the recruiters behind the award wining graduate and internship program at top Australian Technology company, Quantium.

Join them as they lift the hood on all things graduates – from advice on how to dazzle interviewers, through to horror stories on what NOT to do once you’re in the door. They’re candid, funny, and passionate about helping grads make their mark on the professional world.

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