The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) graduate program is part of the Defence Policy and Intelligence Pathway. Graduates joining the ASD graduate program complete three work rotations over a year doing complex and rewarding Analysis or IT/Cyber and Information Security work. After a taste of the diverse and unique work ASD is involved in, you will have the foundations for a rewarding career directly supporting the Australian Defence Force and Australian Government.
We are looking for people with strong critical thinking and research skills. You will need the ability to quickly understand new and complex concepts and issues, and the intellectual and personal skills to solve difficult problems. You will have completed an undergraduate or postgraduate degree, which may be complemented by work experience in a specialty area.
You will receive excellent training on personal and professional topics. You will enjoy working in multidisciplinary teams and learn to use our specialised systems. You will have opportunities to travel. You will be encouraged to develop your skills and build strong foundations for a diverse and rewarding career.
Applications for the 2017 Defence Policy and Intelligence Pathway open 22 February 2016.
Alternatively, you may be interested in the Defence ICT Graduate Program.