2018 Attorney-General’s Department Graduate Program Federal Attorney-General’s Department (AGD) 16/03/2017
Start your career with the Attorney-General’s Department, in their 12 month graduate program which offers exciting career development opportunities across two separate streams – policy and program stream and legal practice stream.
Within both streams, you will have an opportunity to demonstrate and strengthen your skills through rotations; a structured learning and development program; and participate in networking and contribute to the department’s culture through fundraising and other staff initiatives. The department promotes a healthy work-life balance; we have great employment conditions and offer a competitive salary. They value diverse backgrounds, experience, views and capabilities that everyone brings to the department.
If you want to contribute to a just and secure society, this may be the opportunity for you.
To be eligible for our graduate program, you must:
- be an Australian citizen
- have completed your qualification with a minimum of a credit average (for the legal practice stream, this must be a minimum of credit average in your law subjects)
- have completed your degree or post-graduate qualifications no more than four years before the program starts
- provide evidence of your qualification.
All successful candidates will also be required to meet health, security and character clearances.
Colin Biggers Graduate Position 2018 16/03/2017
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Colin Biggers and Paisley are offering a handful of graduate positions to start in February 2018. Their Graduate Program runs for 12 months. During the program graduates will be immersed in real practical experience. Because of their size and the work that they do, you’ll get first hand exposure to legal experts from day one of your role as a graduate. You will work with some of the most respected partners and legal practitioners across Australia in a supportive environment with genuine support and encouragement. You will gain extensive on-the-job training which will equip you with the necessary skills, knowledge and practical experience needed to become a robust first year solicitor. You will be provided with full access to a wide range of resources to help you succeed.
This program runs from February 2018 until 1 February 2019.
What we are looking for:
We are looking for law students who are motivated and have a passion for our practice areas of Property, Construction, Insurance and Corporate Dispute Resolution. We are looking for individuals with fast learning agility, who are self-motivated, goal orientated, adaptable and client focused. We value students who are successful academically with regular involvement in extra-curricular and community activities are urged to apply. You will need to have strong communication, presentation, interpersonal skills and have a collaborative approach to work.
Colin Biggers & Paisley is 116 years young and we continue to realise our vision of being recognised as the leading provider of legal services in our chosen fields of expertise. Today our practice has over 400 staff, offices in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, with a track record of high engagement and collaborative leadership.
We offer an environment where our values of Balance, Respect, Loyalty and Integrity guide all of our actions. We continually invest in our people, providing training, a formal mentoring program, learning and support, and promoting a social and connected environment. We also offer other benefits such as social and sporting functions, rewards and recognition, one on one mentoring, casual Fridays, Friday night drinks, office morning teas, massages and professional memberships.
At Colin Biggers and Paisley Inclusion and Diversity is ingrained as part of our culture and the reality which is fostered by all.
We established the Colin Biggers & Paisley Foundation which brings together our entire community offering, underpinned by a central strategy of promoting and protecting the rights of women and children in Australia and abroad through pro bono legal services, volunteering and charitable contributions. To find out more about our foundation, check out our brand new website – cbpfoundation.com.au
2018 Graduate Development Program – Statistics, Mathematics, IT, Economics, Finance and Law 16/03/2017
Sydney, NSW, Australia
The RBA Internship (previously known as the Cadetship Program) is an excellent opportunity for high-achieving students to get first-hand experience of what it is like to work in Australia’s central bank. The Internship has been designed to provide work experience and financial support during the final year of study to students who have the potential to be successful graduates at the RBA.
The RBA is looking for a high level of analytical skills and a genuine interest in working for an institution that has an effect on the lives of all Australians. Applications are accepted from 3rd year (or equivalent) students majoring in economics, finance, or related areas such as mathematics and statistics who intend to complete honours or similar research based programs.
Initially, the RBA offers successful candidates a paid eight week work placement over the summer. As an intern you will be supported as you undertake project work that culminates in a research paper that is presented to your peers and senior staff.
During your placement, you may also complete notes on data releases, analysis of developments in financial markets, or other work that provides an insight into working at the RBA as a graduate. In addition, you will attend targeted training as well as interactive information sessions designed to provide you with a more comprehensive understanding of the role of the Reserve Bank of Australia, and how you can contribute to the work of Australia’s central bank.
At the end of the eight week placement, Interns may be offered a place on the Graduate Development Program, which commences the following year. Interns who accept an offer as a graduate will be provided with financial support during their final year of study.
Applicants must hold Australian citizenship or permanent residency at the time of application. All of our opportunities are located in Sydney. To contact us about our programs email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications for the RBA’s 2018 Internship Program open 20 February 2017. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Strong candidates may be invited to undertake assessments (on-line skills tests and video interviews) immediately. Interviews will commence as suitable candidates are identified and offers made on a rolling basis throughout the application period.
Applications will close 4 May 2017 or earlier if all places have been filled.
Please apply early to avoid disappointment