Type of Organisation
Our people are seriously switched-on, they know their stuff and take the time to connect
with those around them. Sound a bit like you?
We are more than a website and more than a mobile app. We look for ways to use our
smarts and technologies, our great ideas and our innovations to bring to life amazing
experiences for our consumers and customers.
We recognise that knowledge, collaboration, connection and creativity are vital to our
success. Our competitive advantage is drawn from how our diverse workforce comes
together to make magic happen.
We have a special culture here at REA Group. One that is driven by our people,
From humble beginnings in a garage in Melbourne’s east in 1995, we have grown into a leading global digital business specialising in property.
Today, REA Group is one of the great Australian start-up success stories. Spanning six countries and with more than 1,400 people, we’re re-imagining what’s possible and delivering exceptional experiences to both our customers and consumers every day.
Listed on the ASX, REA Group operates Australia’s leading residential and commercial property websites, realestate.com.au, flatmates.com, realcommercial.com.au and Spacely.com.au, Chinese property site myfun.com and a number of property portals in Asia via its ownership of iProperty Group. We also have a significant shareholding in US-based Move, Inc and PropTiger in India.
Locations where there are vacancies for graduates
Residency requirements for Graduates wishing to apply
All Candidates Considered including International Students
Roles available for Graduates
Developers / Software Engineers
Degree Subjects Required for Graduates wishing to apply
Computer Science, Software Engineering, IT
What do recent graduates say are the best things about working with us?
"The freedom to pursue what ever technologies and skills I want to learn. I was given a lot of autonomy in choosing who I wanted to work with and what teams I wanted to join, including the duration. As a result, I have met some fantastic people who have helped shape my thinking."