2021   Graduate  Program - Department of Transport Main Roads (TMR) - Corporate Division (QLD)

We're looking for innovative and future-focused graduates who value teamwork, are community minded and put customer safety first. You will have a true passion in your chosen field and a desire to contribute to enriching the lives of Queenslanders.   

Disciplines we are recruiting for 2021  
Applicants must have a degree relevant to the disciplines listed below.  
• Engineering (civil, computer and electrical)  
• Environmental   
• Contract Administration   
• Surveying   
• Designer (Civil)  
• Spatial Science Officer (GIS)   
• Legal Officer   
• Finance Officer  

At TMR, we want our workforce to reflect the community and locations we serve and know we can achieve better results with a diverse and inclusive team. This program aims to redress the under-representation in these professions of women, persons with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and persons for whom English is not their first language and is an equal opportunity measure under Section 105 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991. Therefore, priority may be given to these applicants.  
For more information about the OneTMR Graduate Program and details on how to apply please visit: www.tmr.qld.gov.au/graduateprogram

Applications close on 5 Oct 2020

Please contact  TMR.Graduates@tmr.qld.gov.au if you have any questions about the program. 


About Department of Transport Main Roads (TMR) - Corporate Division

The Department of Transport and Main Roads moves and connects people, places, goods and services safely, efficiently and effectively across Queensland.

We plan, manage and deliver Queensland's integrated transport environment to achieve sustainable transport solutions for road, rail, air and sea.

Our integrated transport planning approach ensures we contribute to:
people's quality of life 
Queensland's economic wellbeing 
a sustainable environment.

Central to our business is a proven commitment to actively listen and respond to Queenslanders. We then incorporate their views into decisions that may impact on people's lives.

All Queenslanders, irrespective of where they live and work, can expect to have appropriate transport choices and fair access to the transport system.


Application closing date

19 October 2020
Applications open for this opportunity: 
21 Sep 2020
Eligible degree type(s): 

Updated:  1 June 2019/Responsible Officer:  Dean, CECS/Page Contact:  CECS Marketing