Our graduate program

Be a part of the team – right from the start.

For anyone considering the graduate program, I would say that it's an amazing opportunity to be a part of a company with a great culture and various developmental programs, that also makes valuable contributions to our community.

Maria Jose

A graduate program you can believe in

We believe that what makes our graduate program unique, is the way you’re acknowledged as a critical part of the team – right from the start.

Join us, and from the outset you’ll be valued and rewarded for the skills and smarts you bring to the organisation, while being given the opportunity to take charge of your own career trajectory.

Our approach

We recognise that high achievers thrive when they’re supported and empowered. To achieve your goals, we’ve created a structured program which quickly immerses you in real-world assignments. It’s a program that channels your knowledge into innovative projects, like community batteries or enhancing the customer experience.

You’ll work closely with industry leaders who’ll guide and support you all the way. And you’ll be exposed to all parts of the business. Our business is a people-first business that helps solve some of the biggest energy challenges of our generation.

Experience a development program that introduces you to a great working environment and a culture defined by camaraderie and an unwavering commitment to excellence. There’s nothing more inspiring as you begin your career than feeling supported and wanted.


We’re a Top Graduate Employer and WORK180 endorsed employer

We’re proud to be listed as one of Australia’s Top Graduate Employers for 2023 and 2024. The ranking is from the Australia Association of Graduate Employers survey of 3000 graduates who have spent up to 12 months working with their organisations.

In addition, we are thrilled to be celebrating our third year of endorsement in 2024 with WORK180. Our commitment to helping all women thrive in the workplace includes initiatives such as our Women in Power network, Women in Engineering scholarships, Women studying Pre-Apprenticeships in Electrotechnology scholarships, a generous parental leave policy, flexible working options and our extensive health and wellbeing program. Click here for more information on how we create and support an inclusive and equitable workplace.

Graduate Awards


What you can expect from our graduate program

We’ve developed a comprehensive program that is up to three-years which offers a high level of support, skills development, and career advancement. So you’re guaranteed to be working with some of the most experienced and respected people in the business, on some of the most exciting and important projects in the energy sector.

You’ll get your career off to a great start, with:

  • A flexible graduate development program; up to 3 years
  • four 6-month rotations, followed by a 12-month rotation
  • mini 1-week rotations – to strengthen your relationships across the business and broaden your skillset
  • an annual grad workshop where you’ll learn, grow and be challenged with other graduates
  • ongoing coaching and mentoring from senior leaders including a personal mentor
  • a pairing with an experienced graduate as a buddy to support you in your first year
  • above-market pay and remuneration
  • a permanent role at the end of the program that aligns to your skills and interests.

And you won’t be restricted to your discipline. You’ll also have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the organisation’s business and corporate functions, helping you build networks which can accelerate the progress and direction of your career.

You decide where and how far you want to go; we’ll help you make it happen.

Who we’re looking for

We’re seeking the smartest, most ambitious graduates from a range of disciplines such as engineering, IT, business, commerce, economics, science, the arts and social sciences.

To be eligible to apply, you must:

  • graduate by the end of the academic year
  • hold a Bachelor or Masters degree relevant to the role you’re applying for
  • have full Australian working rights
Graduate profiles

Find out more about what our Graduates get up to.

Graduate streams

Depending upon your stream and career journey with us, graduates complete up to three-years on our program comprised of four 6-month rotations, followed by a 12-month rotation. We offer career opportunities for graduates in the following streams

Information technology

Degree required: Bachelor or Master of Information Systems, Bachelor or Master of Computer Science – or similar.

Exciting opportunities
You’ll have the chance to work on some of the 100 capital projects in flight. This could include optimising our web-based customer portal, implementing new technologies which allow us to better prevent, detect and respond to cybersecurity incidents, or crunching data collected by drones to assess the health of our network assets.

You’ll have the opportunity to gain experience in a variety of areas including:

  • Cybersecurity: providing IT support and oversight to ensure security of IT and business assets
  • Project delivery: implementing technology projects across our business to enhance how we work and operate the electricity network
  • Application management: support and improve IT applications, and select, design and develop digital business solutions
  • Dev-ops: design, build and operate software including coding
  • Analytics: business analysis, data analytics and testing to ensure IT solutions meet business requirements
  • Commercial and governance: report on IT performance including budgets, dashboards and KPIs to the CIO and stakeholders
  • Technical engineering streams: testing, configuring, and troubleshooting hardware, software, and networking systems
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Frequently asked questions

What does the recruitment process look like?

The recruitment process involves uploading your application which includes your resume and academic transcript and answering some online questions. From there we conduct phone screens, and then you’ll be invited to attend an assessment day in person at our offices in Melbourne. A one-on-one interview is the next step followed by reference checking and offer.