IT Graduate Programme
As an Ashurst IT Grad, your 12 month programme gives you access to real work, aligned to your skills and expertise, and the opportunity to rotate through three teams so you can experience the breadth of our expertise. At the end of the 12 months you'll have the opportunity to settle in one of our teams.
Most of our graduate roles are offered to people who have interned with us, but we do occasionally recruit outside of internship programmes. These ad hoc opportunities will be advertised on the careers website.
What we can offer you
Your grad year includes three rotations, tailored to your skills and expertise. At Ashurst, we know each graduate's journey is unique to them, so senior management and the Early Careers Team work with you to identify the best fit between Grads and our teams.
During your Grad year you'll have the chance to work in areas aligned to your skills and expertise. Teams you may rotate through include cybersecurity, data, business analysis, development, IT engineering, and more. You'll get a realistic understanding of what it's like to be an Ashurst technologist in each team you join.
You'll be empowered to develop your knowledge and skills through on the job experiences, learning from others and structured development opportunities. From attending career transitions programmes, to ongoing supervisor feedback and mentoring opportunities, to engaging in interesting work and projects, these are just a few of the many experiences you will have as an Ashurst Grad.
Come and meet us!
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Come and meet us!
The best way to find out more about our IT Graduate Programme is to hear it directly from our people.
We attend universities across Australia and host networking events.
To find out when we'll next be on campus reach out to your university careers team or email us directly at: Graduate.Programs@ashurst.com
"The opportunities you are given in this role are unique. You will be valued wherever you go as an impartial and fresh perspective. You will be treated as a person who can manage themselves, and is trusted to get their work done. You will be invested in."
Sam, Graduate 2023
"Ashurst tailors the graduate role around my interests and the technical/professional skills I want to develop."
Lachlan, Graduate 2023
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Agency submissions and candidate introductions will only be accepted with prior approval from a member of the Ashurst Talent Acquisition team. To submit or introduce a candidate, an agency must have valid agreed terms of business in place with Ashurst. Any agency submissions or candidate introductions made without prior approval or without the agreed terms of business in place will be considered invalid.
We are committed to offering a safe and welcoming environment for our employees and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. With diversity and inclusion at the heart of what we do we place a strong emphasis on working with people from diverse communities and aim to make a positive impact through our Social Impact programmes.
Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge First Nations Peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work in Australia. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and to the youth who are working towards a brighter tomorrow.