They say variety is the spice of life! Are you a motivated and driven individual raring to make a real contribution in the workforce and are also looking for breadth of experience?Read more
Our generalist graduates complete rotations across at least 2 of our strategic business units –
Parcel and eCommerce Services – here we provide our customers with a truly unrivalled suite of ecommerce-driven logistics, supply chain and parcel delivery solutions for consumers, local and international businesses and online marketplaces.
Postal Services - predominantly made up of our extensive retail and mail networks, Postal Services also brings together our Consumer & Small Business portfolio, and is focused on helping Australians to transact, pay, deliver and shop online.
Trusted Services - With the rise of the digital age we are changing to meet our customer's needs and are extending the range of trusted services we offer in-store and online, launching new innovative products to expand our customer base and support our customers to transact securely online.
This approach allows graduates to gain a variety of experiences and business knowledge without being tied down in the one business area.
Generalist graduates are likely to build an extensive understanding of our network across our mail, parcel and retail networks, whilst also gaining well rounded experience working in some of our most exciting projects. In the generalist stream, you’ll be able to move around the business and work across a variety of areas and roles, the opportunities are virtually endless! You might experience departments and work you hadn’t even considered before, and hopefully find your perfect career path along the way!
A Generalist graduate may:
A Generalist graduate should:
Whatever your background - Arts, Business, Commerce, Economics, Science, Communications, Law, Management or Marketing, this could be the stream for you! This stream has opportunities for graduates from any degree
Corporate Affairs plans, integrates and communicates internally and externally to ensure the unification of our diverse business.Read more
Our Corporate Affairs team plays an integral part in the evolution of Australia Post - ensuring all of our stakeholders are a part of the journey, and steering the way we evolve as an eCommerce organisation. As a Graduate in this stream, you will be joining one of Australia’s largest and most exciting business transformations.
We’re looking for graduates who thrive in an agile environment, effectively manage stakeholders, and establish strategies and initiatives to maintain our trusted and valued relationships through change.
These graduates may be exposed to rotations within our Community Relations, Corporate Communications, Corporate Strategy, Enterprise Safety, Government Affairs, and Business Planning and Performance teams.
A Corporate Affairs graduate may:
A Corporate Affairs graduate should:
Applicants may have a background in Marketing, Communications, Media, Public Relations, Business or Commerce. If you’re interested in community, brand, government and public affairs, you will be a valued member of the Corporate Affairs team.
It’s our people who love delivering and are at the heart of our business.Read more
Australia Post was Australia’s first equal opportunity employer and we are looking for people who are passionate about shaping the employee experience in one of Australia’s most trusted brands.
Human Resources at Australia Post consists of both HR teams that partner with business units to drive key workforce programs and projects, and Centre of Excellence (COE) HR teams that work on broader enterprise initiatives. These COE teams cover things like culture, leadership, talent, workplace relations, safety, diversity and inclusion, recruitment & transition, remuneration & benefits, and metrics & performance.
A HR graduate would work closely with Business Leaders, HR Business Partners and other COE teams to facilitate people strategy and planning processes, whilst integrating the various initiatives from existing COEs.
Previous HR graduates have worked on projects such as rolling out and embedding the Australia Post Group shared values, refreshing the enterprise wide recognition and reward program Applaud, managing the annual employee engagement survey say2action, and supporting the design and implementation of our senior leadership programs.
A HR graduate may:
A HR graduate should:
Human Resources applicants are likely to have business management, HR, psychology, business or commerce undergraduate qualifications. If you have a keen interest in people management, have strong interpersonal skills and have a desire to make an impact on the future of an Australian icon, apply now.
Our wide range of products and services are at the core of what we offer to both businesses and consumers.Read more
Maintaining, servicing and determining the value that these products and services provide is an important function for the business. This includes identifying new opportunities to service the customer and communicating key benefits of these out to the market, while maintaining Australia Post’s strong brand positioning.
Graduates in the Marketing and Product stream may be exposed to rotations within our Postal, Parcel or Trusted Services product teams, and our consumer and small business marketing teams.
A Marketing and Product graduate may:
A Marketing and Product graduate should:
Applicants may have a background in Marketing, Commerce, Business or Management. If you have a key interest in product development, customer insights, campaign management and communications you will be a valuable individual in this stream.
Finance saves money, makes money, and optimises enterprise performance at Australia Post.Read more
We support a range of stakeholders including the Australia Post Board, Executive Committee, managers and their teams. Being a centralised service function, we closely collaborate with all areas of the business: retail outlets, network operations, IT, people management, you name it! There are many opportunities to interact with external bodies such as the Australian Tax Office, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Auditor General and the Federal Government.
A Finance graduate may:
A Finance graduate should:
Finance applicants are likely to have Finance, Accounting, Business or Commerce undergraduate qualifications. If you have a keen eye for detail, have strong analytical skills and have a desire to make an impact on the future of an Australian icon, apply now.
Our Information Technology (IT) team work towards enabling the digital strategy of Australia Post.Read more
The IT team -
As an IT graduate, you'll have the opportunity to work on exciting projects that will enable you to think outside the box and change the shape of our business.
The following business units are located within IT&D and offer various roles.
An IT graduate may:
An IT graduate should:
Information Technology applicants may have, but are not limited to, IT undergraduate qualifications.
If you have a keen interest in driving innovation, understanding customer needs, contributing to a customer centric IT operating model and help enable the digitalisation of Australia Post, apply now!
Our Digital teams help create and manage compelling digital experiences that excite and delight our customers.Read more
It’s an exciting time for Australia Post, with digitisation of our economy driving significant change to our business.
Working in digital involves building and maintaining the online and mobile products and services used every day by our customers, such as MyPost Digital mailbox, parcel tracking tools, mail redirection online, bill payments and our online store. This function also assists with product development acceleration with a team that draws on a customer-focused, iterative and adaptive way of working.
A Digital graduate may:
A Digital graduate should:
Digital applicants may have, but are not limited to, a background in Business, IT, eCommerce or Computing, with a keen interest in the digital world. The key here is having a passion for being innovative and taking our organisation into the digital age.
Our main goal is to help you grow to become a great leader. As an Australia Post graduate, you'll be involved in meaningful work across our business from the very beginning. You'll gain exposure to a variety of projects and will have the opportunity to develop critical skills that will make you a true business all-rounder.
You'll also experience many development opportunities - both formal and those that arise as a result of your enthusiasm and initiative.
To provide you with maximum exposure, we follow the 70/20/10 rule which involves a combination of formal and informal development methods.Read more
Whether you have been involved in volunteer work, striving for your best in your studies or even coaching a sports team, you have been specifically selected as a graduate based on the footprint you have left on the world.
Now it's time for you to make your mark at Australia Post. We see your potential as a leader of the future and can help you on that journey by letting you get involved in a range of projects and giving you tangible objectives.
Forming solid working relationships is key to your success, so we offer great networking opportunities as part of your development.
You'll have opportunities to meet with senior management and be encouraged to ask lots of questions to learn from their rich experiences. You'll also receive ongoing feedback from your manager and participate in a buddy and mentor program.
For further support, you'll meet alumni and current graduates who know exactly what it's like to be in your shoes.
Some things are best learned when taught by others, which is why we dedicate a portion of your development to formal training.
This includes technical training relevant to your role and full day workshops that focus on developing your soft skills such as effective communication, presentation skills and more.
Keep up-to-date with all the latest information about our Graduate Program on our Facebook page here. You can also communicate directly with our graduate recruitment team while you’re there.
If you want to email us, send us your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get right back to you.
Join our award winning Australia Post Graduate Program that is backed by our strong development program, and work in a dynamic and supportive business that values innovation and growth.
Apply for our graduate program today and find out why we are surprisingly more than you think!
Are you eligible? Please check you meet the eligibility criteria before applying.
To help make sure you are a good fit for us and vice versa, our online application form includes questions about:
If you're successful after the online application stage, you'll be asked to complete an online test where you can demonstrate your verbal, numerical and cognitive skills.
You'll also be invited to participate in a one-on-one video interview to find out more about what you have to offer.
Once you're shortlisted through our online and video assessments, we'll invite you to participate in our assessment centre exercise. You will be asked to participate in a variety of activities, including a group case study activity.
The assessment centre is located in our corporate offices so you can see how it feels to be part of Australia Post as it prepares for the future, and get to meet some of our managers and current graduates. Please note if you are travelling from out of state, you will be responsible for all travel arrangements and any costs incurred.
If you're successful at the assessment centre, the next step is the final interview where you'll get another opportunity to meet our managers face-to-face.
This session includes a behavioural interview that assesses competencies important to our business transformation.
After some final routine and reference checks, we'll make an employment offer to the successful candidates.
In the months prior to your start date, we'll regularly send you information and updates on what's happening here. We'll also arrange an event where you can meet some of the team; including your graduate peer group, senior leadership team and current graduates.