International Relations

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.

Australian Customs and Border Protection Service Graduate Program

ACBPS manages the security and integrity of Australia's borders. As a law enforcement agency, there is an organisational and public expectation that the ACBPS will adhere to the highest standards of personal and professional integrity.

ACBPS are looking for graduates with a variety of qualifications including: business, commerce, accounting, engineering, information technology, intelligence and counter terrorism, international relations, law, psychology, and security analysis.

The minimum educational requirement for the Graduate Program is a three-year bachelor degree that is recognised in Australia. ACBPS values graduates with highly developed research, analytical, policy, strategic thinking and communication skills. 

Department of Defence, International Policy Officers

International Policy Division seeks applicants with strong abilities to develop innovative high-quality policy advice on issues concerning Australia's national security and strategic defence policies. Applicants require strong communication skills, including the ability to negotiate, liaise and produce quality briefing material and policy documents often at short notice.

Austraining International, Project Coordinator (AYAD Program)

Austraining International is a specialist project management and international development organisation managing projects worldwide. Our footprint is extensive with more than 20 international offices and an established network of more than 600 partner organisations, providing access to world-class experience in the areas of volunteering, international scholarships and technical assistance projects.

We specialise in the transitioning of people across cultures and believe that our staff can have a tremendously positive impact on the lives of others.  We are looking for a likeminded, dynamic individual to come and join our team.

We have an opportunity for a Project Coordinator to join the Austraining Volunteering team on a short-term contract. The Project Coordinator is responsible for the provision of professional and confidential project support which contributes to the effective and efficient operation of the Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development (AYAD) Program.

The Project Coordinator will provide support in managing the pre-departure preparation of all volunteers. They will ensure volunteers have complied with all the Program requirements prior to being mobilised in-country. They will also provide project support to the Austraining Regional Directors (RDs) and In-Country Managers (ICMs).