Graduate ICT Officer
About TAFE NSW
TAFE NSW is the largest training provider in Australia and one of the largest in the world. We are now looking for the next generation of Graduates to join us to modernise, upskill and digitally transform ourselves into a world-class education provider.
What will your role involve?
This is your opportunity to be a part of our Digital Careers Program, a unique, entry-level opportunity that provides Graduates with the skills and knowledge required to build a fulfilling career in Information and Communication Technology (ICT). You will use your broad understanding of ICT to support the development and implementation of a range of ICT projects and program initiatives.
Commencing January 2022, this two-year development program includes six-month rotations with four different ICT Group branches relevant to your chosen skill areas and interest. Your structured learning journey will include coaching and mentoring by our business leaders as well as practical work-based projects.
Our ICT Graduates benefit from:
What are we looking for?
For more information regarding our Digital Careers Program please review the flyers, position Description and information Package.
We encourage applications from people with a disability and all backgrounds to apply. TAFE NSW will make any reasonable adjustment that you need both in the interview process and on the job. If you need an adjustment in the recruitment process, please contact Claire Crisford via email at email@example.com and also advise us on your preferred method of communication.
How to apply:
For your application to be considered you will need to include the following:
Closing Date: Monday 18th October 2021, 23:59 pm
Role-specific enquiries: Leigh Egan, ICT Group via email firstname.lastname@example.org
General enquiries: please contact Claire Crisford, Talent Acquisition Team, referencing the advertised position and requisition number, via email at email@example.com
What happens after you apply?
As a condition of employment, you will be required to obtain Working with Children Check (WWCC) clearance. For permanent positions, you must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident. For temporary positions, it is generally acceptable for you to have a current visa that allows you to work in Australia.
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