ATO’s 2018 Graduate Program

The ATO’s 2018 Graduate Program: More than a job

Are you a professional looking to build your skills and expertise in a dynamic, high-profile and innovative organisation?

Listed on the Financial Review’s list of Top 100 Graduate Employers in 2017, the Australian Taxation Office’s (ATO) 12-month Graduate Program gives bright and talented graduates endless opportunities to contribute meaningfully to Australia’s tax and super systems. Your employment at the ATO is not just a job – it’s a career as well.

The ATO is on the lookout for enthusiastic graduates in metropolitan and regional areas across the country with the energy, courage and resilience to make a difference.

If you have almost finished your degree or have graduated in the past three years in Law, the ATO would love to hear from you.

The ATO offers an intensive 12-month program with challenging work rotations and dedicated training and development opportunities. You’ll be rewarded with a competitive starting salary of around $58,000, flexible working arrangements, and advancement upon successful completion of the program. What’s more, you’ll be supported by program managers, mentors and a network of fellow graduates.

Applications for the ATO’s 2018 Graduate Program are open from 1 March to 12 April. To find out more about the program and to apply, visit the ATO website.

Have questions about the Graduate Program? Join the ATO’s live Facebook Q&A session from 4pm – 6pm AEST on Thursday 23 March, when program managers and former graduates will be on hand to answer your questions. To find out more about the session and to register your interest, visit the ATO’s Facebook page.

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