We have closed applications for our 2023 graduate program. Register your interest for any future opportunities.
We strive to offer an efficient and positive recruitment experience. If your motivations and skills align with what you’ve read, register your interest for any future opportunities. Please contact our Graduate Recruitment Team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require additional assistance with our application process. We know it takes time to tailor your applications, and we promise to respond to each individual applicant.
Step 1: Apply online (March/April 2022)
Submit your online application. We’ll review your suitability based on the role requirements and your academic experience. Please note, applications close 11.59pm AEST Wednesday 13 April 2022.
Step 2: Psychometric testing (April)
Complete online assessments. These will examine your abilities and preferences when working with others, across changing conditions and with different types of information. Instructions and practice questions will be provided in advance.
Step 3: Video interview (May)
Participate in a one-way video assessment. You will record your answers to several set questions. This stage is designed for you to showcase your strengths, motivations and alignment to our core values.
Steps 4 & 5: Presentation and Interview (May/June)
Next step is to invite you to meet with us for some interactive, practical activities. This is designed to give you a hands-on feel for typical work tasks and may involve other members of the broader Transurban team. Types of activities may include a presentation and interview. In the presentation we may look at how you interact with others to solve a business problem, your process for follow up and what reflections you had. In the interview we will ask some structured behavioural based questions aligned to the graduate role requirements. This is an opportunity for you to ask questions about the program and what it’s like to work at Transurban.
Step 6: Reference checks (June)
We will contact your nominated referees to obtain their perspectives on your strengths, past achievements and ideal working environment.
Step 7: Offer (June)
By this stage, we should have a good idea of what you can bring to the role, and you’ll have an understanding of what it’s like to be involved in our Graduate Program. If you’re successful, we’ll get in touch to offer you a place in our program. Once you say yes, we’ll carry out all the relevant background checks (Police Checks and Right to Work) and get you on board. It’s important to note that relocation to participate in the graduate program is self-funded.
Step 8: Onboarding commences
We will send specific information once the offer has been accepted. In general, prior to your first day, you’ll be welcomed by your team and meet up with your manager. You’ll also get a facilities induction, so you know your way a. Then, later in your first month, you’ll get a corporate induction to Transurban, and your official graduate experience will commence.