The TMR Graduate Program - Your Career, You Drive.
Calling all Graduates! The Department of Transport and Main Roads is seeking Graduate Surveyors to join our highly sought after two-year graduate program in 2021.
We’re looking for innovative and future-focused Surveyors that value teamwork, are community minded and put customer safety first. You will have a true passion in your chosen field and a desire to contribute to enriching the lives of Queenslanders through your engineering work.
While working at TMR, you will develop critical technical skills through on-the-job project experiences. You will learn the role of Government and how our work benefits the people of Queensland.
TMR is responsible for several major infrastructure projects across the Queensland network. Learn more about our current projects.
What’s on offer:
- Competitive salary starting from $61,00 - $65,000
- 2-year graduate program
- Connections to over 100 different career paths with tailored development and networking opportunities
- Flexible workplaces and arrangements
- A minimum of a 3 year degree in Surveying from a recognised tertiary institution, or a qualification that is acceptable for registration as a surveyor/surveying graduate with the Surveyors Board of Queensland (SBQ).
- Have completed their university qualification by December 2020 or have completed your relevant university qualification within the past 2 years (since December 2018).
- Be an Australian citizen or permanent resident at the time of application.
- Are willing to participate fully in the program and willing to relocate to regional Queensland.
About the role:
As a Graduate Surveyor you will contribute to our vision: Creating a single integrated transport network accessible to everyone through the delivery of road, rail, air and sea infrastructure projects. You will contribute to the delivery of geospatial products and services to assist the Department in planning, designing, constructing and managing its road network.
At TMR, we want our workforce to reflect the community we serve and know we can achieve better results with a diverse and inclusive team. This program aims to redress the under-representation in these professions of women, persons with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and persons for whom English is not their first language and is an equal opportunity measure under Section 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991. Therefore, priority may be given to these applicants.
Regional placements are rewarding and can have a positive impact on your career progression. Roles for Graduate Surveyor are available in Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Nerang
Our Graduate Program is your licence to success.
For further information visit https://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/graduateprogram
- Job type:Graduate Jobs
Planning and Surveying, Science
- Work rights:
Australian Permanent Resident, New Zealand...
- Closing Date:30th Oct 2020, 12:59 pm