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    Traffic Engineering / Planning

    What STA offers Traffic Engineering / Planning Graduates

    The Traffic Engineering / Planning Graduate program consists of a series of dynamic rotational placements to build your skills and experience.

    Before the first placement begins, you will be attending Graduate Induction Week. This induction week will provide you with the opportunity to be introduced to our organisation and its employees, to understand the policies and procedures of the Graduate Program and State Transit Authority, to visit our key operational areas and to develop your personal development plan.

    As a Traffic Engineering / Planning Graduate, you could be involved in:

    • Traffic management and road safety
    • Traffic generating developments
    • Project management
    • Ministry of Transport and infrastructure projects
    • Risk management
    • Road safety audit
    • Risk assessments
    • Business Service Planning
    • Field investigation analysis
    • Development of services planning reviews
    • Consultation of internal/external stakeholders

    Relevant Degrees

    If you have recently completed a degree (or expected to complete a degree at the end of 2009) in any of the following, or similar range of disciplines, then the Graduate Program may be suitable for you:

    • Master of Civil Engineering
    • Bachelor of Civil Engineering with an interest in Traffic Engineering/Planning
    • Bachelor of Planning
    • Your Graduate Benefits include
    • A customised career development program
    • Mentoring by experienced managers
    • On the job training and coaching
    • Free Travel pass (includes buses, trains and ferries)
    • Gym subsidy
    • Option for further study after 12 months employment

    Ian Brocklehurst - Traffic Planning Graduate

    “The best part of my job so far has been travelling to site inspections and seeing our designs being implemented. State transit gives you the opportunity to see your projects right through. You can stand on site and think, “I did that and I’m helping people”.



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