Applications for our 2025 graduate program have closed.

Why Transurban

Working at Transurban is different: it’s a place where you can see the benefits of your work play out in real life, every day. 

We create city-sized solutions – building and operating safer, smarter and more sustainable roads – to solve pressing transport challenges that are slowing cities down. Learn more about Transurban.

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Life at Transurban

Recruitment process

Our recruitment process is as much about you as it is about us. We want to be sure we’re a good fit for each other, so you’ll want to build a career here, or even simply enjoy the job you’re in. Our recruitment process is designed to ensure the right person finds the right job. Depending on the role it might include the following steps:



Read more about our recruitment process
Learn about our First Nations employment approach and recruitment process


We work to provide equitable opportunities for all, and recognise some applicants require adjustments to participate in recruitment processes. If you live with disability and require support with navigating our website, searching for roles, applying, making interview arrangements, or any other recruitment-related issues – we're here to help. Email and tell us the best way to contact you and we’ll be in touch.


First Nations applicants

As an operator of roads that cross and connect land, waterways and communities, we are committed to a culture of inclusion, respect and proud celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. We encourage applications from First Nations candidates for available roles. See our First Nations employment page for more information

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Current opportunities

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Graduates and interns

Our 2024 graduate program has now closed. Register your interest for our 2025 program

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Transurban acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands across Australia—in particular where we own and operate toll roads—and we pay our respects to their Elders past and present.