‘I’ve learned a lot in the last 12 months at the NIAA. I’ve been in three different rotations. The skills that have best served me, that I brought with me—being a creative problem solver, someone with a really can-do attitude, just being prepared to run with whatever problems you encounter rather than getting absolutely stuck on them.’ - Tal, 2021 NIAA Graduate
Who we are looking for
We are seeking applicants for our 2024 Graduate Program who are:
Motivated to achieve the Agency's vision and purpose
You are committed to improving the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities.
Genuine, with a positive approach to diversity and individual differences
You are committed to further developing your cultural competency and awareness.
Able to work and achieve outcomes both independently and as part of a team
You are aware of your own strengths and weaknesses and are able to identify opportunities to develop and broaden your skills and knowledge.
Can gather and analyse data from multiple sources of information
You approach problems with an innovative and creative mindset to find workable solutions.
Work productively in a fast paced environments and adapt and respond well to change and ambiguity
You are agile and resilient and make the most of the opportunities presented to you.
You are a committed, energetic and curious person who embodies NIAA's values and behaviours
- We respect multiple perspectives.
- We are authentic.
- We are professional and act with integrity.
- We invest in each other's success.
- We deliver with purpose.