Help shape the State’s future – apply for the Big Build now!

La Trobe graduates can now play a role in shaping the State’s future as part of Victoria’s Big Build program.

The Victorian Government is seeking 100 of Victoria’s best and brightest graduates from a range of disciplines to work across projects including:

  • Level Crossing Removal Project
  • Major Roads Projects Victoria
  • North East Link Program
  • Rail Project Victoria
  • West Gate Tunnel Project

Successful applicants will complete a two-year program with access to structured learning, development opportunities and career planning, all while earning a competitive salary.

By joining one of the State Government’s project teams you’ll gain first-hand experience and work alongside industry leaders and experts.

You’ll also develop technical and workforce skills, setting you up for the next step in your professional life.

Job specialties across Victoria’s Big Build include engineering, land planning and environment, graphic design, human resources, information systems and law.

Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Jacinta Allen encourages graduates to apply to the program.

”Victoria’s Big Build employs 50,000 people directly and indirectly and the best and brightest graduates are applying to be part of the team that is transforming the way Victorians travel.

”If you feel like you have something to offer and you’re keen to learn from industry experts from a range of disciplines, all while getting paid a competitive salary, don’t hesitate to get your application in,” said Ms Allen.

Graduates wishing to apply must meet the following criteria:

  • Completion of a degree since January 2021, or be due to graduate by January 2024.
  • Hold a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree relevant to the role.
  • If you have a Master’s degree, you must have started it within 12 months of completing your Bachelor’s degree.
  • Have full Australian working rights at the time of application.

Applications for the 2024 Victoria’s Big Build Graduate Program close in late March, 2023.

For more information on the closing date and time and to find out more about the program, visit: