The IBL Learning Series is designed to develop students’ ability to successfully deliver on the project’s objectives and build important knowledge and skills required for effective performance and a successful career.
Learning Series Overview
Students are given the opportunity to learn through several different workshops and activities including:
- Site Tours- Find out more about our projects and see what work is currently taking place.
- Mentoring Program- Be mentored by an experienced Rail Projects Victoria employee to gain critical knowledge of the transport industry.
- Performance Under Pressure Workshop- Focuses on preparing high performing individuals to flourish in times where they are required to perform, regardless of the immediate and/or long-term pressures they can face.
- Mental Health First Aid Training- Focuses on empowering individuals with the first aid skills to support colleagues, friends or family with mental health problems.
- Taking the next step in your career session- Career development focusing on preparing you for your next role.
Along with these sessions, students are also encouraged to attend other workshops and activities where possible.
- Eager to learn
- Ready to take the first step in your career
- Interested in Major Rail Infrastructure or Public Transport
- Complete at least 50% of your relevant degree
- Australian Citizen, New Zealand Citizen, Permanent Resident or have valid working rights.
- Must be able to work full time for six months.
Disciplines we offer:
- Communications & Stakeholder Engagement
- Engineering (Civil)
- Engineering (Electrical)
- Engineering (Mechanical
- Engineering (Systems/Other)
- Human Resources
- Information Systems
- Land Planning & Environment
- Online Communications
How to apply:
There are two intakes per year: January and July.
Keep an eye out for these opportunities on your university careers page!
October: Applications open (advertised on university career pages) November: Interviews, reference checks and police checks are conducted
December: Successful students receive formal offers
January: Placement begins
March: Applications open (advertised on university career pages) April: Interviews, reference checks and police checks are conducted
May: Successful students receive formal offers
July: Placement begins
If you would like any further information about the recruitment process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org