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Kick-start your career with the ATO’s 2017 Graduate Program

Kick-start your career with the ATO’s 2017 Graduate Program

Have you almost finished uni or recently graduated? Kick-start your career with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), an innovative and world-leading revenue and superannuation administrator. Applications for the ATO’s 2017 Graduate Program are now open.

Listed on The Australian’s Top 100 Graduate Employers in 2016, the ATO’s 12-month graduate program gives enthusiastic and energetic thinkers the opportunity to thrive in a dynamic and high profile national organisation. They’re looking for graduates like you who will help them continue being great at what they do.

The ATO is looking for graduates who are in the final year of their degree or have completed their university studies within 3 years at the time of their application, with a degree in:

  • Accounting and Commerce
  • Design
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Information Technology
  • Law
  • Marketing and Communication
  • STEM and Statistics

The ATO offers you challenging work rotations, extensive training and development opportunities, dedicated support from management, and countless networking opportunities with current and former graduates. You will also be rewarded with a starting salary of around $58,000 and flexible work arrangements.

On completion of the graduate program, graduates are guaranteed an ongoing role at the ATO in their discipline, are paid over $64,000, will advance to a higher classification, and continue to receive a wide range of employee benefits.

The ATO is hiring in Adelaide, Albury, Brisbane, Canberra, Gosford, Hobart, Melbourne, Newcastle, Perth, Sydney, Townsville and Wollongong.

Applications for the ATO’s 2017 Graduate Program close 20 April 2016.

The ATO will be holding a Q&A session on 7 April on Facebook, where ATO staff will be on hand to answer any questions about the program.

To find out more about the ATO’s Graduate Program, visit the website.

This is an SSAF funded initiative
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