Applications for the 2021 program are open as at 4 May 2020 and close on 22 May 2020. Please note that due to tight timeframes, we do not accept late applications.
Our application process has three simple stages – no psychometric assessments or video interviews. This process has been designed to draw out the best in all applicants. We will keep you informed of your progress at every stage.
If you need more information before you apply, please see
About our Graduate Development Program.
To start your application process, please click the above Apply now button.
Please ensure you have already prepared the following as you will be required to include them with your application:
Need tips on writing your statement of claims? See our
hints and tips for applying.
If you are shortlisted, a select number of applicants will progress to the assessment centre. This will involve a written assessment and a face-to-face panel interview. The assessment centre will be held in Canberra. The Clean Energy Regulator will finance travel requirements for interstate candidates.
If you are successful at the assessment centre, a verbal offer for placement in the program will be made to you. As part of the offer pack, you will be required to satisfactorily obtain a
Baseline Security Clearance.
Applications open Applications open 4 May 2020 and close 22 May 2020.
Candidates shortlisted The selection panel will shortlist candidates by the end Mid-June 2020. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an assessment centre. Unsuccessful candidates will be notified by mid July 2020.
Assessment centre Shortlisted candidates will progress to the assessment centre. This will involve a written assessment and a face to face panel interview. The assessment centre will run early August 2020.
Referee checks Where candidates are found to be competitive following the assessment centre, referees will be contacted to confirm suitability.
Offers Offers will be made to suitable candidates by early September 2020.
Get it Right: A Recruitment Kit for Managers, APSC, 2003; see
APSC Cracking the Code for further information.
To structure your response in your written application to the selection criteria, we recommend that you use the 'STAR' approach.
The STAR approach will assist you when responding to the questions asked.
The STAR approach asks you to answer some specific questions, giving examples of when and how you have used your skills.
When writing your response:
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