We’re on the lookout for the next generation of passionate and enthusiastic graduates who are willing to challenge their thinking, apply their skills, and develop their careers in a fast-paced technological environment.
Our 14-month Telstra Graduate Program will help to launch your career as we provide you with incredible opportunities to learn, develop and grow.
Through our specifically designed Accelerator Programs, you’ll be provided with the learning, experiences, coaching, mentoring and support you need for your career today and in the future. Plus, you’ll get the tools, flexibility and volunteer opportunities to help you thrive, your way.
We value diversity and are committed to creating inclusive experiences for all our graduates. To learn more about what diversity and inclusion means to us please visit our website.
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We’re looking for graduates who are just about to or have recently completed a degree like IT (Software Engineering), Applied Data Science, Business IT, Computer Science (Software Engineering), Science (Computing, Software Engineering) or Software Engineering. We’re also looking for graduates who are passionate about coding and all phases of the software development life-cycle and have experience or interests in any of the following:
Our software engineers analyse, design, build, test, implement and help to maintain multiple system applications for our customers. As a graduate, you could be assisting our teams with this cutting-edge work or even helping to build new products and services that’ll create amazing digital experiences for our customers. You’ll be working on projects that are essential to Telstra, and have a real effect on our business. You can learn more about this pathway and the projects you could be working on by visiting our page.
In order to be eligible for the 2024 Program intake, you will need to have completed your most recent tertiary education qualification within the last three years up to the commencement of the Program in February 2024. (i.e. graduating 2021, 2022 or 2023). Qualification must have been completed at an Australian University.
You must have also completed a minimum of an undergraduate degree within this timeframe and must be an Australian or NZ citizen or an Australian permanent resident. International Students who have a valid visa that enables them to work in Australia without any work restrictions are also eligible to apply.
To assist us to deliver a smooth experience, please ensure you upload your CV, Academic Transcript (unofficial is accepted) and Right-To-Work documents (Australian Passport/ Birth Certificate or relevant Visa) when you submit your application. Our process after you submit your application looks like this:
Applications close at 11.59pm AEDT, Wednesday 22nd March 2023.
We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce in all its forms. We encourage applicants from diverse gender, cultural and linguistic backgrounds and applicants who may be living with a disability. We also offer flexibility in all our roles, to ensure everyone can participate.
To learn more about how we support our people, including accessibility adjustments we can provide you through the recruitment process, visit our page and check how we hire.
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