Tasmanian State Service Graduate Development Program (TasGraD)

Type of Organisation

Public sector

Employer Profile

TasGraD is a comprehensive development program designed in partnership with

Tasmanian State Service Agencies to challenge, inspire and encourage participants to

explore the many opportunities available within the broader State Service. Participants

have the opportunity to contribute to key projects within Government and play a part in

developing and delivering policies, program and services.

 

The program combines both formal learning through structured sessions and informal

learning through workplace experiences, support and development.

 

By being part of a TasGraD program enables graduates learn from each other, share

experiences, join networks and make contacts across the service and work together on a

project.

Locations where there are vacancies for graduates 

Statewide

 

Residency requirements for Graduates wishing to apply

All Candidates Considered including International Students who have unrestricted

working rights in Australia

 

Roles available for Graduates

TasGraD work areas include, but are not limited to: Information Technology and Design;

Business and Management; Humanities, Social Sciences and Languages; Science; Law

and Justice; Economics, Commerce and Finance; Architecture, Building and Property.

 

Degree Subjects Required for Graduates wishing to apply

We accept all degree types and value diversity. We encourage People with Disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to the program.

 

Employer Website

https://www.jobs.tas.gov.au/graduate_development_program

What do recent graduates say are the best things about working with us?

"The job offers me plenty of opportunities to learn and develop the skills I wish to develop, alongside providing me with regular formal professional development opportunities. The flexible work option available to me work well with my personal circumstances, and I use these options frequently. I enjoy the opportunity to work with a diverse group of people and to rotate to different areas within my agency."

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