Melbourne Metro Rail Authority (MMRA) is seeking recent graduates to to work with world-class industry experts as the city's newest underground rail line is designed and delivered.
About the Graduate Program
Opportunities will be offered across a range of disciplines, including engineering, legal, communications, human resources, project controls and
planning and environment.
Participants in the program will take part in a structured learning and development program over 18 months, incorporating a number of rotations with different teams within the project.
Successful candidates will work with Melbourne Metro Rail Authority in the Melbourne CBD.
Be part of something big!
- Melbourne Metro is Victoria's largest ever public transport project that will deliver two nine-kilometre tunnels and five underground stations.
- Structured training, development and mentor programs will help you along your career journey.
- Successful candidates will have the opportunity to be part of a once-in-a-generation infrastructure project.
View more details about the Graduate Program on the Melbourne Metro website
About Melbourne Metro Rail Authority
The Melbourne Metro Rail Project is one of Australia's largest ever public transport infrastructure projects and Victoria's most complex rail upgrade in decades. The Melbourne Metro Rail Authority is responsible for the delivery of the project including planning and development of a project reference design, site investigations, stakeholder engagement, planning approvals and procurement, through to construction delivery and project commissioning.
MMRA is seeking graduates who have completed their undergraduate degree between mid-2014 and the end of 2015. It is looking for those with
- Mechanical engineering or related disciplines
- Civil engineering or related disciplines (e.g. construction management)
- Environmental engineering or related disciplines
- Electrical engineering or related disciplines
- Planning, environment, land management, sustainability or related disciplines
- Human resources
- Communications, public relations, media or journalism.
Please visit mmrailproject.vic.gov.au/about-the-project/gradprogram to find out more about the program and to apply.
Within the online application system, there is a series of questions you will be asked on the second page of the application, which forms the basis
of the key selection criteria. Please respond to each of these as part of your final application.
Please send your CV, Cover letter addressing the above Key Selection Criteria and your transcript or printout of results from myRMIT via the online application.
In applying for the Employer of Choice program advertised roles you agree to the following Code of Conduct:
The code reflects our commitment to working together to promote an ethical, just and responsible work environment for all members of this program.
Students agree to:
- ensure information they provide in their job application is accurate and honest.
- conduct themselves professionally, honestly and ethically at all times.
- provide feedback to the school when they find out the outcome of their application
- dress, speak and present themselves appropriately when interviewing and working at an Employer of Choice.
Industry partners/employers agree to:
- ensure they understand the study situation of any student they take on, and allow flexibility to attend classes as required.
- if providing an ongoing role, ensure that their student employee is equipped to develop, grow and succeed within the organisation.
- maintain a professional and safe environment for all employees.
- ensure all work undertaken is documented in the form of a written agreement and that student/graduate employees are remunerated in accordance with the Australian Government’s minimum wage requirements (as a minimum – based on experience and relevance to the organisation and the role).
- ensure that ongoing feedback, support and guidance is provided to students and the School of Property, Construction and Project Management.
$66,303 salary package