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Welcome to Jobs and Talent, which aims to provide AAGE members with a method of advertising available positions in the graduate recruitment space to one another, along with publicising profiles of current job seekers with experience in the graduate recruitment field.

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EY: Campus Recruitment Senior Consultant, Canberra

At EY, you’ll have the chance to build a career as unique as you are, with the global scale, support, inclusive culture and technology to become the best version of you. And we’re counting on your unique voice and perspective to help EY become even better, too. Join us and build an exceptional experience for yourself, and a better working world for all.

The opportunity

We are looking for a Campus Recruitment Senior Consultant to join our team in Canberra. Our team are passionate about engaging with students to attract and recruit the best talent to EY. This role is really varied and you'll have the opportunity to bring new ideas and innovate within a supportive team environment.

Your key responsibilities

  • Work closely with multiple business stakeholders to plan and execute recruitment campaigns to attract the best student talent to EY’s graduate and undergraduate Programs.
  • Build relationships with university Careers, Faculty and Society stakeholders and deliver presentations and workshops.
  • Plan, organise and facilitate at assessment centres, coordinate induction and support the onboarding process.
  • Manage our early identification, intern and graduate programs as well as student casual hires and student competitions.
  • Post campaign reporting and analysis

Skills and attributes for success

  • Degree qualified with previous experience in high volume recruitment
  • Confident communicator and presenter with excellent organisational skills and strong attention to detail.
  • Ability to build relationships and work as part of a team, be adaptable and skilled at managing multiple priorities.
  • A passion for campus recruitment.

During campaign periods our campus recruiters need to be flexible to attend the occasional evening events but we work with you to manage and flex your time.

Ideally, you’ll also have

  • Experience in a campus or student recruitment environment
  • A creative approach to recruitment solutions
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, complex environment.

What we offer

  • Success as defined by you: We’ll provide the tools and flexibility, so you can make a meaningful impact, your way.
  • Continuous learning: personalised career development including coaching, experiences and formal learning so you’ll develop the mindset and skills you’ll need to thrive in the future.
  • Diverse and inclusive culture: You’ll be embraced for who you are and empowered to use your voice to help others find theirs.

​We hold a collective commitment to foster an environment where all differences are valued and respected, practices are equitable, and everyone experiences a sense of belonging. If you require any adjustments to the recruitment process in order to equitably participate, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application via or phone +61 3 8650 7788 (option 4).

We understand the importance of social distancing at this time so our recruitment and onboarding process may be managed virtually so we can continue to prioritise the safety and wellbeing of EY people, clients, guests and the broader public.  

The exceptional EY experience. It’s yours to build.

The preferred applicant will be subject to employment screening by EY or by their external third party provider.

EY | Building a better working world

EY exists to build a better working world, helping to create long-term value for clients, people and society and build trust in the capital markets.

Enabled by data and technology, diverse EY teams in over 150 countries provide trust through assurance and help clients grow, transform and operate.

Working across assurance, consulting, law, strategy, tax and transactions, EY teams ask better questions to find new answers for the complex issues facing our world today.

Apply now.

Thales: Early Careers Manager, Melbourne

We’re inventing the future, right here, right now, at Thales. We design the critical security solutions of tomorrow by combining the curiosity to explore, the intelligence to question and the vision to create. Together we solve complicated problems by combining our experience in the market with our leading research and development capabilities.

We’re transforming our Talent Acquisition function and we are seeking an experienced Early Careers Manager to join our team. The position has responsibility for re-defining our Early Careers strategy (Interns/Graduate/Apprentices/Trainees) and developing a structured pipeline of talent into Thales Australia. This would include strengthening relationships with target universities for critical job roles, developing new relationships with partner organisations to supply talent and analysing the performance of talent pipelines to continue to evolve our sourcing and attraction strategies. This role will be responsible for partnering closely with Talent and Learning team, Diversity & Inclusion leadership council and various stakeholders across our business. This is a highly impactful builder role where collaboration, teamwork, and innovation will be key to success. You will work and influence internal and external stakeholders, manage cross functional programs, and be able to help prioritise amidst ambitious goals and timelines.

Key responsibilities:

  • Manage, lead, recruit and develop Early Career Programs across multiple locations
  • Partner with the Organisation Capability & Learning Team on the planning and delivery of Early career development programs
  • Act as a POC for managers handling all enquiries on Early Career matters and resolving complex issues
  • Accountable for bringing external insights and market knowledge to internal stakeholders
  • Accountable for TA processes and procedures followed ensuring consistency
  • Shape and drive the D&I strategy and ensure diversity is considered appropriately in all hiring
  • Set and deliver on KPIs and ensure working patterns are in line with functional objectives and success measures, monitor and enhance team performance utilising data and insight
  • Review and implement appropriate assessment and selection tools for recruitment
  • Drive continuous improvement in the quality, speed and cost of hiring as part of wider metrics

About you?

You will bring passion and enthusiasm for helping early career talent find their career with Thales Australia. Extensive experience in Campus and Early Careers Talent Acquisition coupled with broad HR knowledge will help your success. You are a team player who has a can do attitude that turns ideas into tangible results!

  • Experience with Workday would be an advantage
  • Developed strategies to achieve goals and operationalised ideas
  • Knowledge of Engineering and technology is highly desirable
  • Demonstrated Project and change management experience
  • Experience with talent management and working with/developing early-in-career professionals
  • Strong drive to meet and exceed goals
  • Must be energetic and have the ability to maintain a sense of humour when faced with changes and challenges
  • Team player mentality with a willingness to jump in and help where needed
  • The ability to operate effectively in an ambiguous environment and embrace changes as they arise

What you’ll get

  • Health Insurance
  • Performance bonus
  • ThalesFlex-ibility!
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Career advancement opportunities
  • Employee discounts
  • All the equipment you’ll need to be successful
  • Great colleagues and culture

Thales is committed to promoting and maintaining a workplace culture of shared respect that enables all of us to feel valued, do our best, and remain truly passionate about the place that we work. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and individuals from diverse backgrounds. We are committed to making reasonable adjustments to provide a positive, barrier-free recruitment process and supportive workplace.

Wellbeing matters at Thales, and where possible we encourage flexible working.

Click here to apply.

Datacom: Talent Acquisition Advisor, Canberra (Full-time)

Our purpose

Here at Datacom we connect people and technology in order to solve challenges, create opportunities and discover new possibilities for the communities we live in.

Our team

There’s never a dull moment in our Talent Acquisition team! We stay on the pulse to source and place the best talent across all our locations. With a growing list of vacancies to fill, we proactively pipeline the best talent of all different backgrounds, skills and experience. Talent Acquisition is spread across our locations, so you'll be working as a close-knit, supportive, and delivery-focused team. We are actively seeking new ways we can improve our processes to ensure we provide the best experience to both our candidates, and our hiring managers, and we welcome fresh ideas and insights!

About the Role

With a growing list of vacancies to fill, we’re looking for an enthusiastic person to join our Talent Acquisition team. From day one, you’ll be involved in sourcing top tier IT Talent.

We're looking for someone to join us in our Canberra office in this permanent role as Talent Acquisition Advisor. You’ll run the end-to-end process for roles across Australia and sometimes New Zealand. This is a varied role where you’re encouraged to make process improvements and champion other exciting initiatives to tackle the challenges of our markets.

What you’ll do

  • Recruitment of talent across Australia (and at times New Zealand) through the use of a variety of recruitment strategies
  • Pipelining talent
  • Recruitment process training and improvement
  • Build and maintain effective relationships across the business.

What you’ll bring

You’ll be a team player, with a professional attitude. We are focused on finding someone who understands urgency and loves working with people. Ideally, we are looking for someone who has a solid understanding of the IT market to get stuck in and hit the ground running.

You’re a positive, upbeat individual with a good base of customer service experience. You’ll have the ability to adapt and work in a flexible, collaborative, and high-pressure environment. You’ll love a challenge that allows you to think strategically outside the box, but also enjoy running an end-to-end process that ensures you deliver and prove the promise.

If this sounds like the opportunity that’s calling you, please apply online now!

AMS: Campus Operations Manager, Sydney

We are AMS. AMS is a global total workforce solutions firm founded in 1996. We enable organisations to thrive in an age of constant change by building, reshaping, and optimizing workforces. We do this through talent acquisition and contingent workforce management, internal mobility and skills development, and talent and technology advisory services. Our solutions are delivered by our 4500+ experts who live our passionate, bold, and authentic values. The ultimate aim is to help clients around the world, including 100+ blue-chip companies, create workforces that are fluid, resilient, diverse, and differentiated. We call this true workforce dexterity—and we’re here to help you achieve it.

To do this, we’re in the process of building a talented team of people to deliver on a service solution that spans Sourcing, Recruitment, and Recruitment Administration. If you’re naturally driven by being part of an organization that believes the quality of its people is always the starting point, we would love to hear from you.

This will be a region-aligned management position and you will operationally manage the delivery teams in your respective region to high levels of service excellence. You will engage with client stakeholders as part of this role so that each team is focused on the activities that will exceed expectation across the client’s hiring community.

What you will do:

  • Oversight of operational delivery of aligned Emerging Talent / Campus programs within a specific region and client sector
  • Ensure effective and efficient intern and graduate campaign delivery from multiple geographical sites including managing remote teams that can scale up and down during the course of the year
  • Monitor and achieve account’s targets and SLAs (for example, effectiveness, timeliness, candidate quality, delivery of recruitment services & customer satisfaction) as defined by the Regional Senior Manager and Client Director
  • Drive team activities and focus to ensure customer satisfaction (client recruiters, client stakeholders, candidates and suppliers) is a key consideration at all times
  • Understand and consult on client’s strategy objectives for Campus and Early Career campaigns bringing in market insight and innovation
  • Manage a team (e.g. Coordinators that are working from various client offices) to achieve delivery targets and contractual SLAs by providing direction, performance management to include objectives and development plans, training interventions and continual feedback on progress

What we need from you:

  • Prior experience and understanding of the Campus Recruitment Function and process
  • Proven track-record managing a regional team across various locations
  • Experience of presenting to senior client stakeholders (eg. resourcing managers) and gained agreement to course of action
  • Ability to liaise with and influence all levels of management to agree a change of direction or new process
  • Experience working to and achieving demanding targets, ratios and SLAs and working to tight deadlines in a fast moving environment
  • Demonstrated the ability to act as a Trusted Advisor to the client

What you’ll get in return:

Besides a full benefits package and the opportunity to work with an amazing team?

At AMS, you’ll work as part of a client solution in a role that integrates with our other practice areas to deliver remarkable results. You’ll be part of a team with global capabilities, setting a new direction as we creatively solve our clients’ most pressing talent-related challenges. You can innovate, be bold, and help us transform our client’s operations.

If you possess the skills and experience required, please click here to apply.

Inspired by the opportunity of joining a truly global business which is unique, credible and growing? Great things start with a conversation.

Please contact Shereen Yeo ( for further information.

We are an equal opportunity employer who stands by our Diversity commitment. We encourage applications from all candidates and do not discriminate against race, religion, national origin, gender, physical or mental disability, or age.

CyberCX: Internal Recruiter - Cyber Security, Early Careers & Grads

Australia's leading cyber security consultancy is looking for a Talent Business Partner to drive Graduate & Early Careers recruitment

CyberCX is Australia’s leading independent cyber security services organisation. To support our rapidly growing Early Careers Program, we are looking to add a Talent Business Partner - initially on a 12-month contract - to our team. This is a key role in our People & Culture team, responsible for helping us accelerate growth and become the leading cyber employer for early and emerging talent. Reporting to the Head of Talent, this is a unique opportunity to help build Australia’s preeminent cybersecurity business.

You’ll be responsible for:

  • End to end recruitment of CyberCX roles, especially Early Careers roles.
  • Working with CyberCX stakeholders to clearly identify and communicate what we’re looking for; collaborating with managers to think outside the box where necessary.
  • Building great talent pipelines for our Early Careers programs; sourcing and screening; guiding candidates through the hiring process.
  • Attending industry events as a representative of the business; developing relationships with key partnerships and creating hiring pathways for priority talent.
  • Building relationships with a variety of organisations (Universities, High Schools, Industry Associations, Student Societies) to position CyberCX as an employer of choice with early and emerging talent.
  • Discovering and nurturing relationships with great talent; creating great experiences with CyberCX in all your interactions.

About you:

  • 2+ years experience in talent acquisition and recruiting - agency experience & technical recruitment experience highly regarded
  • Some experience recruiting Graduates and Early Careers candidates. Grad recruitment for technical roles highly regarded
  • Demonstrated expertise in networking and building talent communities
  • Skilled with Applicant Tracking Systems, preferably JobAdder, and all the standard technical tools of the trade
  • Strong sourcing and screening skills. Able to pick up technical language and understand briefs across a wide variety of roles and role types
  • Dedicated to providing an excellent candidate experience
  • Passionate about cybersecurity & keen to learn more every day
  • Great written and verbal communication skills; excellent networking and stakeholder management skills
  • Energetic, with a high drive to take action. You know how to keep things moving!

What’s in it for you?

  • You’ll be working day-in, day-out with some of the most interesting people in the cyber landscape
  • Exposure to the intricacies of an exciting high-growth business, with expected opportunities for you to continue growing your career
  • All the excitement of a startup, with the scale of an industry leader
  • Not just recruiting! You’ll be able to contribute to our strategic initiatives across the Talent portfolio
  • This is a flexible role – we’re open to applicants from all major East Coast cities with a CyberCX office (Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne) and can accommodate flexible working requirements.

About CyberCX

CyberCX has united Australia and New Zealand’s most trusted cyber security companies to deliver the most comprehensive end-to-end cyber security services offering to enterprises and governments. With a workforce of over 900 cyber security professionals and a footprint of over 20 offices across Australia and New Zealand and global presence in Europe and the US, CyberCX offers a full suite of cyber security services.

This is a unique opportunity to be part of the future of Australian cyber security and tackle some of the industry’s most interesting challenges.

Candidates must have unrestricted working rights in Australia.

Click here to apply.

Ashurst: People & Culture Consultant - Graduate Programs, Brisbane

About Ashurst:

Ashurst is a leading global law firm with a history spanning almost 200 years, and clear strategy for our future growth. Our in-depth understanding of our clients and commitment to providing exceptional standards of service have seen us become a trusted adviser to local and global corporates, financial institutions and governments in all areas of commercial law. To find out more please visit

The Opportunity:

We have an exciting opportunity for a People & Culture Consultant to join our national graduate recruitment team on a permanent full time basis. You will work with a tight-knit, award winning national team who are recognised as one of the nation's top graduate employers with a market leading intern program.

The successful candidate will report to the National Graduate Programs Manager and will manage the full life cycle of our Clerkship and Graduate programs in our Brisbane office including:

  • Managing the end-to-end recruitment process of hiring Seasonal Clerks and Graduates including organising and attending university campus and in-house events.
  • Building trusted, commercial relationships with key stakeholders in the Melbourne Partnership and university Law Societies to enable the success of the Ashurst brand and the Clerkship and Graduates program.
  • Coordinating the Clerkship/Graduate program, appraisal process, rotations, final settlement and associated HR issues during their time at the firm.

More information can be found in the Job Description attached to the role on our website.

Essential Skills & Experience:

  • Previous experience in graduate recruitment is essential.
  • Preferred experience in well recognised law firm or professional services environment.
  • Strong influencing skills and ability to manage difficult conversations.
  • Organised, conscientious, with strong attention to detail.
  • Personable and approachable style with an ability to communicate well at all levels.
  • Works well within a team and works autonomously when needed.
  • Hard working, using initiative to manage own workload, especially at busy times.
  • Proactive, with a 'can do' attitude.
  • Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

What makes Ashurst a great place to work?

We offer you all the things you should expect from an international law firm: competitive remuneration with the flexibility to reward high performance, flexible working, complimentary gym memberships, corporate health plans and an industry-leading programme that celebrates diversity and inclusion. We are committed to delivering positive impacts to our communities through our Social Impact programme, with a strong emphasis on working with First Nations people through our pro bono practice. We aim to recruit, retain and promote the best people from the widest possible talent pools. We are committed to offering a safe and welcoming environment for all employees to ensure they are supported to work at their best. Beyond this, what sets Ashurst apart from others is our global strength, our drive to innovate and collaborate, and our commitment to excellence. It is these values that make Ashurst a unique place to work.

Click here to view the position description and to apply.

Leidos: Learning & Organisation Capability Consultant - 12 Month Contract, Melbourne

Job Type: Maximum Tenure

Company Description

People join Leidos Australia for many different reasons. The interesting projects. Supportive and open-minded colleagues. The opportunities to develop. What unites us is the fact that everything we do benefits and safeguards Australia in some way. We’re proud of our Mission to make the world safer, healthier and more efficient, and every Leidos team member has a valued role to play – to Be the difference.

Job Description

Your new role

You’ll be part of our innovative and well-respected Organisation Capability Team which designs, develops and delivers initiatives covering a wide range of organisational development domains to make Leidos an even better place to work.

This L&OC role focusses heavily on Learning and Development, with Career Development & Graduate Development also part of the portfolio. There’s real opportunity to mature our learning landscape and we need someone with the passion, vision and capability to take it to the next level.

We’re looking for experience in, and a love of, building and evolving in addition to managing and maintaining. On the career development front, we’ve just created new Workforce Planning role within the broader HR Team so you'll work with them to develop resources and support for career development.

And in the graduate space, this year we’re hiring over 50 graduates, so one of your goals will be working with our Early Careers Lead to ensure that both the induction and the ongoing development program ticks all of the boxes.

On top of this, the small (but powerful) OC Team and indeed the broader HR Team are collectively responsible for a range of People initiatives so you’ll no doubt be asked to support, lead or contribute to other projects during the year. It’s never boring!


About you and what you'll bring

An experienced L&D Specialist with strong experience in all things learning, we’re looking for high levels of capability across the board – design, development, facilitation and critically, transformation of the learning landscape. Not only that, there are certain traits that will enable you to thrive at Leidos, so are you…

  • passionate about the work you do?
  • someone who thinks strategically, naturally ‘joining the dots’ between the work you’re doing and other strategies or initiatives, to make a bigger impact?
  • focussed on outcomes not just activity?
  • someone who builds on the ideas of others and love it when others build on your ideas?
  • able to leverage your knowledge & experience while demonstrating openness through your curiosity and the questions you ask?
  • happy to take accountability while working with others to get things done?
  • happy to get your hands dirty?
  • resilient and mature in the face of competing priorities?
  • able to see the funny side and have a great sense of humour?

If this sounds like you and you’d like to know more, get in touch.

Applicants must hold Australian citizenship in order to be eligible to apply due to the requirement for a security clearance.

Additional Information

What you'll love

  • Working with passionate, experienced and high performing OC peers to deliver award winning solutions;
  • A flexible culture, work life balance and the empowerment to work how and where you work best;
  • Autonomy and accountability with the support of a truly collaborative team;
  • 12 weeks' paid parental leave as a primary carer;
  • Discounted health insurance, novated leasing and more corporate partnerships.

Click here to apply.

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