Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Vocational Education and Training (VET) Cadet Program
Want to kick-start an exciting career in Business, Project Management or IT with Australias leading Transport Agency
Join our VET Cadet program to get involved in big projects doing real work along with top quality training and development to help you grow! Plus, youll graduate with a nationally accredited Certificate IV qualification in Business, Project Management or Information Technology.
About our VET Cadet Program
Whats on offer
Two year, temporary position on the VET Cadet Program based in the Sydney metropolitan area, this could include locations such as Haymarket, North Sydney, Burwood, Macquarie Park, Clyde & Parramatta
Competitive salary of $52,958 per annum plus superannuation
Full time hours: Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week
Meaningful work that makes a positive contribution to NSW communities and customers
Structured training program to develop in-demand soft skills like communication, problem solving and team work
Course fees are covered by us and you will be allocated time to attend courses and study as part of work hours
Numerous roles available
Please click here to view a copy of the role description.
Were looking for Cadets who bring a positive attitude, determination and strong work ethic to everything they do. You dont need to have any previous experience you will be provided with all the training and support that you need!
The Transport for NSW VET Cadet Program is an identified program. Applicants must identify and be accepted as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person to be considered.
Where could a Transport Career take you
After successfully completing the program, past VET Cadets have progressed into roles such as Executive Assistants and Project Support Officers. Join an organisation that wants to supports its people to grow and succeed.
Transport for NSW is working with Yarnn Aboriginal Employment Services to support candidates throughout the recruitment process.
To help you prepare, here are the key steps and dates for the application process. We understand you might have work and personal commitments and will accommodate with a new time if possible.
How to apply
Please click the link below and follow the steps to apply.
You will be asked to submit an up-to-date resume outlining your skills, experiences and achievements and answer 2 written questions. You do not need to submit a cover letter.
Applications close at 11.59pm on 5 ^April 2020.