Queensland Department of Transport
and Main Roads
Type of Organisation
State Government / Transport Network and Road Infrastructure Development
Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) moves and connects people, places,
goods and services safely, efficiently and effectively across Queensland. Our vision is to
create a single integrated transport network accessible to everyone.
Every day Queenslanders rely on the transport network to get them to work, to school,
and to health care. As the most decentralised state in Australia, transport is a key driver
of economic growth, and we are at the front line of planning, developing and maintaining the extensive network required to keep Queensland moving.
We lead emerging technologies, so our transport network meets the needs of our customers now and into the future. Our workforce of more than 8800 employees across the state deliver our core business through four key services:
Transport system investment planning and programming
Transport infrastructure management and delivery
Transport safety, regulation and customer service
Passenger transport services
No department has a bigger role to play in keeping Queensland moving, or in helping build for the future than TMR.
Locations where there are vacancies for graduates
Vacancies across Queensland
Residency requirements for Graduates wishing to apply
Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only.
Roles available for Graduates
Our graduate requirements vary each year. We are generally looking for graduates from the following disciplines: accounting, finance, business, communications, economics environmental science, environmental management, cultural heritage, human resources, law, data science and analytics, engineering (civil, computer, electrical and mechatronics), ICT systems analysis, surveying or transport/urban planning.
Degree Subjects Required for Graduates wishing to apply
All degrees are eligible