Interested in a career that really matters?

Our graduate program is designed to be an immersive introduction into the world of transport where you will work with talented and creative teams to create meaningful transport systems that solve problems and influence cities and regions of the future.

With GTA, you can expect to work on a variety of transport projects across a broad mix of government and business clients. Offices around Australia and an expanding client base mean you'll be exposed to a wealth of opportunities right across the Australasian region.

You'll be involved in creating transport outcomes that lead to liveable cities and communities; a rewarding career path that sees you constantly interested and excited by your work.

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Program Structure

GTA’s graduate pathway is a one-year program designed to get you immersed and working in the consulting environment and the fist step in your ongoing career with GTA. It is a formative program that is designed to give you a complete understanding of GTA’s areas of business, including where your strengths and interests sit. At the end of your first year, you will have an appreciation of our business groups, project base and service delivery.

Quarterly rotations will ensure that you work in each of our service areas and gain experience in those specialties. You will be involved in a holistic range of projects and develop an awareness of the interdisciplinarity of our services to provide strong project outcomes.

In addition to your introduction to GTA, through our partnerships with industry bodies you will also gain exposure to the disciplines we work with as well as the broader context that influences our work. You will have the opportunity to attend industry events, seminars and networking sessions to begin your journey in the consulting world.

GTA’s program is filled with training, skills development and growth opportunities so that you start your career progression from Day 1. To enhance your learning, we also have a series of additional skill workshops so that you can develop professional skills alongside your technical capabilities.

Do you have what it takes?

We're looking for thoughtful and motivated individuals who are

Motivated

Have a keen interest in cities and related transport challenges they face  

Creative

Demonstrate an innovative approach to managing or leading challenging tasks

Organised

Have the ability to work on various projects alongside a large and passionate group of professionals

Our ideal candidates can:

  • Work in a multidisciplinary team to produce exceptional work
  • Consistently deliver a high standard of both written and verbal communication
  • Demonstrate excellent analytical, problem-solving and reasoning skills
  • Use initiative and seek out new opportunities
  • Show willingness to work on site, as required, including site inspections and transport surveys 

These full-time positions would suit recent graduates or students completing their degree, with a demonstrated interest in the role transport plays in creating great cities.

The positions suit people with a range of qualifications including planning, engineering, modelling, economics, geography, architecture or other numerate disciplines.

Your application will be assessed through a staged approach, including an initial application review, telephone interview, group assessment and/or face-to-face interviews.

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Get to know our Graduates

Meet a few of our graduates and learn what their day looks like, how they found the transition from university to working at GTA and what opportunities they have enjoyed while working at GTA.

visit us at these careers fairs:

Victoria
  • 4th March – Melbourne University STEM Fair
  • 12th March – Elevation – Engineers Australia
  • 16th March – Melbourne University - Infrastructure Engineering Networking night
  • 24th March - Monash University
  • 27th March - RMIT ‘The big meet’
  • 17th March (6 – 8.30pm) – Swinburne Engineering Student’s Society
New South Wales
  • 4th March (12-3pm) – University of Sydney
  • 5th March –(12 – 5pm)  UNSW
  • 11th March (12.30 – 4.30pm) – University of Technology Sydney

Important Information

Residency requirements: Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only (incl. New Zealand Citizens)

Application procedure: Please continue to the application page to complete a questionnaire, submit a cover letter (details outlined through the link), your current resume, and academic transcript.

Please be aware that we will only be accepting applications made through our website.

If you have any questions, please contact us