Each year our Graduate Program offers outstanding university graduates a 2-3 year program starting with us in January/February with the aim of supporting them in their transition from study to career.
Our program is designed to focus on the needs of the individual and to educate, challenge and reward graduates in a work environment that will foster and develop them into future leaders and technical experts. Graduates assume real roles with real on-the-job responsibilities and work to investigate and solve real business issues. From the moment a graduate commences with IGO, we are committed to playing a part in the development of their career.
We also think that it is important to connect Graduates with each other and bring them together three times per year for GradConnect events with the focus on development, networking with senior leaders and having some fun!
Applications for our Graduate Program should include a covering letter stating your area of study or interest, and must be sent through to the Graduate Program advertisement, found on the IGO vacancies page, by 31 March each year.
IGO is committed to development and succession planning for undergraduate students and newly graduated professionals.
The IGO Vacation Program offers both undergraduate and post graduate students the opportunity to participate in a 12-week program held over the Australian summer break - commencing in November each year with the prospect of securing a Graduate position.
We place great importance in our Vacation Program as we recognise the future of our mining industry and business success depends upon supporting today’s students. That’s why our paid Vacation Program introduces students from a range of disciplines to a range of work functions to ensure critical industry experience is gained by them to broaden the student’s future employment opportunities. Our program is specifically designed to optimise students' exposure and practical experience in their chosen discipline.
Applications for our Vacation Program should include a covering letter stating your area of study or interest, and must be sent through to the Vacation Program advertisement, found on the IGO vacancies page, by 31 March each year.