Emerging Talent

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The Agency has an exciting new job programme for recent graduates.

Through our three-year Graduate Programme you would work as an Agency employee, but be offered special programming to guide your development. The three years are an opportunity to learn, and a chance to demonstrate that you can deliver on projects.

"The graduate programme is about developing our talent for the future, attracting individuals who want to learn, build their skills and join a team of world-class tech savvy experts" said Lindsey Stone, Talent Attraction Team Lead at the Agency.

We will give you the resources and training you need to succeed, including help from a new graduate development staff member. The staffer will look at what competencies, technical skills and behaviours you should exhibit.

We are looking for people who have a clear motivation for working for the Agency. Graduates should be able to demonstrate they have relevant experience for the area they are applying to, and they should be able to explain how the Agency fits into their career path.

Graduates are paid as other staff members, and receive the same benefits.

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