To be eligible for the RACQ Graduate Program, you must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australian permanent resident and are due to complete a Bachelor’s degree or relevant postgraduate studies by December 2020.
Currently, the RACQ Graduate Program supports the following fields and areas of expertise:
- Data analytics
The RACQ Graduate Program is planned to expand in 2022, and may include positions within Human Resources, Marketing, Analytics, Finance & Accounting, Banking, Media & Public Relations.
What to expect
As part of the RACQ Graduate Program, you’ll have many opportunities to build new skills and further your career. When you first begin the program, you’ll be introduced to RACQ with a tailored onboarding program to set you up for success including, how to build your personal brand, innovation and networking.
As part of your structured development program, you’ll also gain access to a LinkedIn Learning account, external training, certifications/memberships and industry events suited your role. Internally, we offer a range of courses and professional development opportunities as part of your program, including courses on management, leadership skills and resilience.
Towards the end of the graduate program, you will complete and present your final group project to the RACQ Graduate Committee, before enjoying a well-deserved end-of-program celebration with your fellow graduates.
Our people are our edge at RACQ, which is why our graduates can also expect these benefits and supports to aid their journey and get the most out of the program:
- Flexible working arrangements
- Financial assistance towards further education, training or industry memberships
- Buddying and mentorship
- Quarterly graduate cohort get-together
- Community/volunteering leave allowance
- Foundation/community support trips