Our Graduate Development Program provides recent university graduates with an extensive professional development program to enhance their leadership skills and personal capabilities.
During the 12-month program, graduates gain competencies through their work placement and by participating in a variety of mandatory professional development activities and individually nominated courses.
Mentoring relationships and peer support help to consolidate learnings and adapt to employment within the Queensland Public Service.
The program also offers optional rotations into other business units, providing graduates with a broad range of experiences in different areas.
Successful graduates will be on probation for the duration of the 12 month program and will be appointed to a permanent position at a PO2 level within the department at the end of the program.
During the program, graduates are supported by:
Through the department’s Achievement and Capability Planning process, graduates will have the opportunity to set goals and targets to help manage their own development and career.
The program is for people who have graduated from university in the past two years in the desired disciplines.
In addition to a minimum three years full-time or equivalent undergraduate degree, graduates must meet the following eligibility criteria:
Graduates of all ages are encouraged to apply.
Please note: Some graduate allied health professional positions require a minimum four years full-time or equivalent degree (e.g. Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Pathology, etc) or post-graduate qualification (e.g. Psychology with Honours).
If you have any questions regarding the graduate program, email firstname.lastname@example.org.