At Telstra, our purpose is to build a connected future so everyone can thrive.
The telecommunications industry is experiencing enormous growth; network traffic is growing faster than any other period of time and digital technology is changing our world.
Our people are at the heart of this change – and as Australia’s leading telecommunications and technology company, we’re helping to make it happen by connecting people together and to their devices.
Our 13-month program will help to launch your career as we provide you with incredible opportunities to learn, develop and grow.
Through our specifically designed Accelerator Programs, you’ll be provided with the learning, experiences, coaching, mentoring and support you need for your career today and in the future. Plus, you’ll get the tools, flexibility and volunteer opportunities to help you thrive, your way.
We also value diversity and are committed to creating inclusive experiences for all our graduates.
We’re looking for graduates who have the right technical skills and education in these areas:
Whether you apply for a technical or corporate graduate role, you’ll support the cutting edge work we’re doing in areas such as Internet of Things (IoT), Software Defined Networks, 5G, cybersecurity, drone technology, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and other emerging technologies.
You can find out more information about what you could be working on in your chosen pathway on the Telstra Careers website.
You’ll need to be a great communicator, a team contributor and someone who likes to solve complex problems. See what other skills and experiences we’re looking for on the Telstra Careers website.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply.
You will need to have completed your most recent tertiary education qualification within the last two years, and up to the commencement of the Telstra Graduate Program in January 2021 with a minimum Credit Average. Weight Average Mark of 60 and above.
You must be an Australian or NZ citizen or Australian permanent resident.
International students with visa subclass 500, 573 or 574 are eligible to apply for the IT and Engineering Streams only. International Students studying a Masters must complete a minimum two-year master’s course at an Australian University.
If you identify as someone living with disability please let us know so we can discuss how we can support you through the recruitment process and beyond.