- Landgate's Graduate Program returns as part of a diversity initiative targeting Aboriginal Australians and youth
- The graduates will gain practical knowledge and experience for their future career
- Applications are now open to join the 2020 Graduate Program
Landgate's Graduate Program has returned this year for the first time in almost a decade, giving graduates the opportunity to develop their careers and learn new skills at Australia's most innovative government agency.
The program is a structured 12-month placement, with the graduates completing four rotations spending three-month periods in different areas of the business.
Two streams are available for prospective graduates, technical and generalist.
Technical graduates will have a qualification in either property and/or valuations or spatial science and will spend more time working in their chosen field of study.
Generalist graduates will be accepted from all fields of study and will work on a variety of projects across the business, making use of their individual qualifications, skills, experience and interests.
The new round of graduates will commence in February 2020.
Applications are now open to join the 2020 Graduate Program and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and those aged under 25 are strongly encouraged to apply.
To apply go to Landgate Graduate Program on their website at https://www.landgate.wa.gov.au/careers by 4pm on August 31.
Comments attributed to Minister for Lands and Aboriginal Affairs Ben Wyatt:
"Landgate's Graduate Program is a fantastic opportunity for the growing youth of WA to have a chance to build a career while learning new skills at an innovative government agency.
"The one-year job placement will provide a good insight into a variety of jobs available in Government and encourage new and young voices to begin their successful career in the public sector.
"I encourage all young people, but particularly those of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, who are interested in a rewarding career to apply for these positions."
Minister's office - 6552 5900