Arts - Enhanced Program for High Achievers

Example Job Adverts

Please find below some recent job advertisements sourced by the Careers and Employer Liaison Centre (CELC). 

It should be noted that this is not an exhaustive list, but is merely meant to demonstrate the employment opportunities available to graduates of this discipline.

Apple, Apple Store Leader Program

Apple is looking for natural leaders who are creative, smart, dynamic, interesting, authentic, and driven. People who are unwilling to settle for doing anything less than what they love.

Our Apple Retail Store teams have a variety of incredibly talented, passionate people with interests as diverse as their personalities. Our teams include artists, musicians, educators, students, photographers, mountaineers, and more. Each share a passion for our products, and for enriching the lives of one another and our customers. These employees will be partners in your development. At Apple, we learn by doing and by working side by side with extraordinary people.

As you progress, you’ll be mentored by a Market Leader, participate in training experiences, and help guide and direct store teams. When you finish the program, you’ll have distinctive leadership skills—including experience with cross-functional team dynamics, complex business operations, and employee training and development—and the opportunity to work in a leadership position at one of our stores anywhere in the world.

Who we want:
•    You’re smart and have a record of academic success with the equivalent of a Credit average or higher.
•    You’ll have completed an undergraduate degree
•    You’ve been a leader in student groups, clubs, organisations, or on the job.  
•    You’re highly motivated, hungry to learn, and excited to tackle any new challenges.
•    You love technology. You integrate it into your daily life and believe it can transform people’s lives.

Dun & Bradstreet Australia, Graduate Development Program

Join one of the longest standing names in business and a global organisation that will give you the opportunity to contribute and achieve. During the Graduate Development Program, you could expect to progress through 2-3 different roles over an 18-24 month period. These roles may include: Trainee Business Analyst, Business Analyst, Client Services Advisor or Data Services Analyst.

To be considered as a D&B graduate, you will demonstrate:
•    Completion of an Arts/Science/Business or Commerce degree.
•    Excellent verbal and written business communication skills.
•    Strong client service focus & regular customer service experience gained alongside your studies.
•    Flexible attitude with a willingness to develop your skills in different areas.
•    Well developed interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively as a team member.
•    Strong attention to detail, focus on achieving performance targets.
•    Consistent Grade Point Average (Credit or above).
•    Strong PC skills (Microsoft Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Internet).

GHD Pty Ltd, Graduate Social Impact Consultant

The South Queensland Operating Centre currently has an exciting opportunity for a Graduate Social Impact Consultant to join our Brisbane based Stakeholder Consultation & SIA team.  Suitable applicants will have recently gained tertiary qualifications in Social Science or equivalent or be completing their final year of studies. The successful applicant will have a passion for social sustainability with the capability to work across a range of industry sectors. You will be involved in a wide range of social sustainability projects, consultation and communications, social impact assessments, social planning programs, social research; providing advice, input and leadership on large scale projects.
 
To be considered for this position you will require:
•    A degree in Social Science or a related field
•    A strong interest in social sustainability and stakeholder consultation
•    Knowledge of SIA theory and developing SIA methodologies
•    The ability to engage in large/high profile multi-disciplinary projects, ideally across a variety of industry sectors
•    Excellent verbal and written communication skills
•    Experience in research and analysis
•    To be self-driven who can work both autonomously and also thrive in a collaborative team environment.
 

WorkCover, Policy Officer, Strategy and Government Relations

Are you looking for a career in policy?  An exciting opportunity exists within WorkCoverSA’s Strategy and Government Relations team.
WorkCoverSA manages the South Australian workers rehabilitation and compensation Scheme which provides protection for workers and employers in the event of a workplace injury.  Its mission is to achieve the best outcomes for injured workers, employers and the South Australian community
 
The Policy Officer will contribute to the analysis and development of policy and relationships with government in the areas of workers compensation through working collaboratively on research and projects. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate:
•    Ability to undertake research and data analysis using the results to prepare high quality written reports
•    Ability to liaise, consult and establish effective relationships
•    Sound understanding of political and public policy environments
•    Well developed personal organisational skills and sense of urgency.
 
Candidates who have completed a Bachelor Degree will be accepted from a wide range of disciplines relevant to this area; including Commerce, Economics, Statistics, Politics, Public Policy or Health Services Management. Other relevant qualifications and disciplines may also be considered.
 

Youth Opportunities Association (SA) Inc, Grants Writer

Are you fastidiously organised, able to juggle priorities, work to deadlines, have outstanding verbal and written communication skills? And most importantly do you want to do all this to help support Young People in South Australia?

Youth Opportunities is a fast growing South Australian Not for Profit Organisation that provides Personal Leadership to young people across the state. An increasing number of young people face challenges that block their path to success and happiness resulting in low confidence, low expectations and disengagement from school. The Youth Opportunities 10 Week Personal Leadership Program equips young people to deal with challenges and exercise positive and enduring leadership in their own lives. We are looking for a Grants Writer to assist in our fundraising efforts by managing and executing submissions and tenders to a range of organisations and charitable trusts.

We require a competent person who can excel in:
•    Preparing funding submissions from start to finish
•    Demonstrate ability to consistently meet deadlines and juggle priorities
•    Demonstrate ability to work collaboratively with a range of stakeholders
•    Excellent interpersonal, and communication skills and a positive attitude
•    Write reports and maintain clear and transparent records.

If you have a passion for writing and preparing reports and submissions we want to hear from you. Applicants must have sound knowledge of Microsoft Office Programs.

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Data Analysts / Project Officers

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare is the Australian Government statutory authority responsible for providing the nation with reliable, regular and current facts and figures on the health and welfare of Australians. In accordance with Diversity and Participative Management principles undertake one or more of the following tasks:

•    Analyse national housing data and assist with national performance reporting
•    Contribute to the production of reports and bulletins related to housing assistance
•    Assist in liaising and negotiating with internal and external stakeholders, which include other government agencies and professional organisations
•    Assist in the analysis of reporting requirements and how data quality may be improved
•    Contribute to the preparation of advice and reports to committees
•    Secretariat functions for working groups and committees
•    Assist in representing the Institute at meetings, conferences or seminars.

Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Graduate Development Program

The Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (the department) is looking for graduates from a range of educational disciplines and backgrounds.

We are seeking graduates who are innovative, passionate, energetic, adaptable and enthusiastic, and who would value and enjoy being part of a dynamic government department. The department can offer you a challenging and rewarding career in a number of different business areas.

In addition to your academic qualifications (reflecting strong academic achievement), we are seeking candidates with the following attributes:

•    ability to develop productive relationships
•    highly developed communication skills
•    outcomes focused
•    a strategic perspective
•    analytical and critical thinking skills
•    leadership, judgment and initiative
•    a team player
•    can build and apply knowledge.

Department of Families, Housing, Community Services & Indigenous Affairs, Graduate Program

Are you smart, savvy and looking for a challenge?
 
The Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) manages close to one quarter of the federal budget. We are the Government’s main source of advice on national social policy designed to build a strong and fair society for all Australians.
If you are smart, motivated and want to be involved in the big picture, FaHCSIA is recruiting graduates in the following streams:
 
Data and Analysis: Assist in social policy development and provide advice through data analysis, research and modelling.
 
Finance: We offer opportunities to develop a career in financial reporting, management accounting and budget estimates and we support membership of professional associations.
 
Generalist: Generalists will enjoy expert mentoring and gain experience in portfolio areas such as Indigenous affairs, women, housing, disability or community services. You could work in policy, program, or legal and corporate support roles on significant government initiatives.
 

Parliament of SA, Research Officer, Environment Resources & Development Committee

Duties: The Research Officer is accountable to the Executive Officer to the Environment, Resources & Development Committee for the conduct of research projects and providing administrative support in areas of relevance to the Committee which results in assisting the Committee with decisions relating to Government policy and legislation or on other matters before the Committee.

Essential Minimum Qualifications: An appropriate post secondary qualification.