Role Descriptions - Government Procurement
Procurement is one of the fastest growing, high-profile, business professions in Australia. In this role, you will develop first-rate skills in facilitation and negotiation through developing and managing processes for government tenders and contracts.
Our graduates are provided with formal procurement training as well as extensive on the job support. They will be involved in tendering for goods and services to achieve value for money outcomes for a wide variety of clients such as public schools, hospitals, transport systems and the culture and arts.
What can I expect, what do you have to offer?
- Minimum of 20 days professional training including a structured ‘New to Procurement Profession’ program
- University scholarships for those interested in undertaking post-graduates studies in strategic procurement.
- A friendly and supportive work environment.
- Flexibility and autonomy when completing your work.
What are the opportunities for advancement?
Procurement is a rapidly expanding profession and the opportunity for career advancement within the department is high. Our graduates are typically promoted via a merit-based system to positions with starting salaries of $62,959 to $70,037 at the end of the graduate program.