Starting your professional career is an incredibly exciting, yet likely stressful, time of your life. At Vocus, we provide an environment where early talent can thrive and solve real business problems from day one.
Our two-year rotational Graduate Program begins every second year in February across various teams within Vocus, and is focussed on products, information technology, program management, sales, business operations, data, customer experience and engineering. Next cohort will commence February 2025.
Every seven months, you'll rotate to a new team across the business, allowing you to learn and develop new skills and gain hands-on industry experience. We provide formal training such as quarterly development workshops, online learning modules, career coaching sessions, mentoring and more.
Together, we unlock potential for customers, society and for our Vocus people. We challenge ourselves to do things better. Not only will you gain hands-on industry experience, but you will work on two minor projects and one major action learning project, where you’ll solve real business problems.
Our Hybrid Way of Working (HWOW) is designed to maximise the benefits of spending time together while providing you with some flexibility around your week. We work a minimum of 2 days a week in our Vocus offices and the rest of the week from home. We support work-life balance, remove barriers, and create flexibility so it's easy for our team to work in a way that suits them best.
You can take part in a week-long overseas trip, touring a variety of international tech companies. In your second year, you can take a paid two-month leave of absence to travel (in addition to paid annual leave) – because we know you missed out on precious travel time due to COVID-19! *Note there will be some conditions to this which will be discussed at the time of recruitment.
After graduating in 2017, Cal joined one of the big four consulting firms to work in a strategy and operations role. As time went on, Cal wanted to broaden his skillset in a new industry – technology.
Fresh out of high school, Connor was excited about starting his career and wanted to be in a workplace that focused on growth while inspiring its people to be the best versions of themselves.