Join us and help ensure all Australians have access to modern communications services and diverse artistic and cultural experiences.

Be one of us

We are looking for innovative, curious, future-focused grads, with a desire to help shape Australia's communications and creative industries.

You need to be flexible, willing to take on new opportunities and be a good communicator and strategic thinker.

We are looking for grads from a range of backgrounds and education specialities, including economics and grads from regional and remote areas. We are interested in hearing from recent uni-leavers and post-uni professionals.

Applications for our 2019 Graduate program have now closed. Unfortunately no late submissions will be accepted. Please look out for opportunities for our 2020 program.

Program timing



Application period

1 March 2018 to 9 April 2018

Online testing

April 2018


April / May 2018

Assessment centres

June 2018

Process finalised – offers made

June / July 2018

Big Meets for 2018 

If you would like to talk to us about our graduate opportunities we will be at the following Big Meet locations in March.

5 March – Hobart

9 March – Melbourne

15 March – Perth

16 March – Adelaide

20 March – Brisbane

28 March - Sydney

Who can apply?

To apply for our grad program, you must be able to show that you:

  • have completed your undergraduate bachelor degree before the graduate program starts in January. Your degree must be recognised in Australia
  • are an Australian citizen, or will be an Australian citizen before the graduate program starts in January
  • have maintained a credit average throughout your university degree
  • are prepared to move to Canberra (we can help with some costs)

You must also meet our standard engagement conditions.

When you submit your application you can select one of three streams. An info pack on each stream is available below:

Selection process

We have a four step selection process:

Step 1: Apply online

The online application is the first impression that the selection committee has of you. It is important to make sure your application contains all the important information the committee needs to make its assessment. There are two questions to answer, and a word limit of 250 words applies to each response.

We suggest you draft your answers in a text document so you can make changes easily, ask someone else to look over them, then upload your final version into our online recruitment system. You will also need to provide a current resume and your academic transcript.

Step 2: Online testing

If your application is successful, you will be asked to complete online aptitude testing. This exercise is designed to assess your communication, numerical and logical reasoning skills.

Step 3: Assessment centres

Based on your results from the online testing, you might be invited to participate in an assessment centre. The assessments include group activities, written exercises and an interview. They will be held in Canberra and run for about half a day.

Step 4: Offers

Based on the results from all the assessments, we will make offers to successful candidates. We'll tell also you if you are not successful and you can ask us for feedback.

Learn more about working with us


Contact us:
Graduate Development team
GPO Box 2154
Canberra ACT 2601

Email: graduate [at]