Expression of interest: 2020 Department of Justice & Regulation Graduate Program | Melbourne

Expression of interest: 2020 Department of Justice & Regulation Graduate Program

Application Close Date: 30-Apr-2019
Position Type:
Ongoing - full time
$51,717 - $66,414
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Express your interest in our 2020 Department of Justice and Regulation Graduate Program

The department is giving graduates the opportunity to see first-hand the positive changes they will contribute to our community.


To be informed of when applications open for our 2020 graduate program, please fill in our expression of interest form. We will email you the link to apply once applications open in 2019.

  • Make a positive impact to our community - be involved in key projects throughout the justice system
  • Take excursions outside of the office to get a broader understanding of the work we do
  • Develop close-knit working relationships within your graduate cohort

As a graduate, you will collaborate with experienced and supportive colleagues, and play a key part in numerous important projects running across various business units, where you will gain the necessary experience and exposure to understand, experience and contribute to critical components of Victoria's justice system.


Benefits of our graduate program:

  • A competitive starting salary, with the oppportunity for promotion at the end of the graduate program.
  • Work in your graduate team on projects.
  • Build your connections through professional and social networking events and opportunities.
  • Engage in established networks, including the Victoria Pride Society, Aboriginal Employment Team, health and wellbeing and the Employee Assistance Program.
  • Participate in professional development programs including team building, project management and presentation skills.


To be eligible for the program you must:

  • be an Australian citizen, Permanent Resident of Australia or a New Zealand citizen
  • have recently completed (2017 to 2019 graduates) an undergraduate degree (bachelor or equivalent, or post-graduate studies). Degrees across any discipline are eligible to apply!
  • be available to commence full time employment in early 2020.


Please note, this is not an application form for the graduate program. To have your application considered, you must submit an application when advertising commences in 2019.

For any questions about the graduate program, please email our graduate recruitment team on


At the Department of Justice and Regulation, our goal is for our personnel to reflect the diverse community we serve. We employ people of any gender, age, religion, cultural background and sexual orientation, and seek to accommodate staff members with disabilities. We also have a firm commitment to growing the participation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people in our workforce.

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