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QTC Graduate Program

As a graduate in our Advisory division, you will be engaging with some of the most significant financial and public policy opportunities and challenges facing Queensland.  You will be working within project teams, providing exposure to a variety of issues, stakeholders and problem-solving approaches.  This will also enable you to work closely alongside experienced colleagues from a range backgrounds and disciplines who will be actively invested in your development.

As a graduate in our Advisory division, you will:
  • Develop the core skills and experience base that will put you on track for a dynamic career.
  • Gain an understanding of how different parts of the public and private interact across Queensland, developing a system-level understanding of complex financial and public policy issues.
  • Be exposed to different sectors impacted by government funding and policy, with the opportunity to build progressively deeper sector expertise.
  • Foster enduring professional relationships by joining a small cohort of other Advisory graduates with shared goals and experiences.
On a day-to-day basis in your graduate role, you will:
  • Drive the research and data analysis that will underpin your project teams’ understanding of opportunities and challenges.
  • Build financial models and other methods under the guidance of more experienced colleagues.
  • Contribute directly to the development of advisory solutions, both in the critical thinking process and production of deliverables.
  • Work alongside QTC’s clients and stakeholders, including as part of blended teams.
  • Have the opportunity to take on a variety of project team roles as your skills and experience expand.
To thrive in this environment, you will:
  • Be working toward a tertiary qualification in finance, economics, business, accounting or other relevant discipline.
  • Bring a curious mindset and a drive to understand the financial and public policy issues impacting Queensland.
  • Bring a strong results focus, including the ability to problem solve and deliver practical outcomes.
  • Have experience or interest in both qualitative and quantitative research and data analysis.
  • Possess excellent communication skills, including the ability to be structured and engaging in oral, written and presentation communication.
  • Enjoy ability to work in a team and develop relationships across the business.
  • Embody the QTC values of Integrity, Accountability and Growth in your professional life.

The Advisory graduate role is a pathway to an ongoing career at QTC, providing structure development and on-the-job experience that will build your skills to Analyst level and place you on a path to Associate.


To be eligible for our Graduate Program, you must meet the following criteria:

  • You are currently in the final year of your degree program
  • Hold Australian citizenship, or reside in Australia and have permission, under a Commonwealth law, to work in Australia. For more information visit the Department of Home Affairs


“Working in QTC’s Advisory division provides a unique opportunity to engage in diverse projects across various departments and industries. Starting my career with this level of exposure to different sectors has enabled me to discover the areas of work I am particularly interested in and passionate about. The projects we work on are meaningful and I feel a sense of purpose knowing that my efforts contribute to the well-being of communities across the state. I have also benefited from numerous personal and professional development opportunities at QTC and the people I work with are very friendly and supportive.”
Therese, 2022 Graduate
“As a graduate in QTC’s Advisory division, I’ve had the privilege of working on projects which have a significant impact on Queensland. Rotation across a number of the core service teams (investment, social services and water) has provided me with a wide breadth of experience across a number of industries. The supportive environment, professional development opportunities, and friendly colleagues make QTC an exceptional place to start a career. I’m excited to contribute to meaningful work that positively impacts Queensland.”
Charles, 2022 Graduate

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