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Austrade Graduate Program 2022

The Orchard Talent Group is proud to be partnering with the Australian Trade & Investment Commission (Austrade) to support the recruitment process for their 2022 Graduate Program.

The Program

Austrade's National Graduate Program is a tailored 12-month rotational program for graduates across three 14-week placements in our Trade, Investment and Centre of Excellence (CoE) teams.

This new Austrade National Graduate Program is an opportunity for you to develop your skills through a structured rotation across the organisation, gaining international exposure and working with business.

The Recruitment Process

To be eligible you need to be an Australian citizen and either hold, or have the ability to obtain, and maintain a security clearance.

Graduates from all degree types are encouraged to apply. Applications will be open 3 November 2021 and close 3 December 2021.

All applicants will be advised of the outcome of their application by no later than 22 December 2021. Applicants who are progressing through the recruitment process will be advised ahead of time.

Please note that if successful, the first round of interviews will be held in early December 2021, with subsequent interviews to be held early January 2022.

About Austrade

The Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) is the Australian Government’s international trade promotion and investment attraction agency. We generate market information and insights, promote Australian capability, and facilitate connections through our extensive global network.

We are experts in connecting Australian businesses to the world and the world to Australian businesses.

We have a proud history of helping Australian businesses pursue their global ambitions and have the power to open doors, unlock opportunities and help Australian businesses go further, faster.

We help attract game-changing investment to Australia, to support new industries, enhance existing ones and bolster our world-class research and development – strengthening global supply chains, creating local jobs and boosting the economy.

With over 70 offices around the world, our experts in Australia and abroad collaborate to provide the best ‘in-country’ advice.