Communications and Marketing Intern

Rail Projects Victoria are the Victorian Government body responsible for the development and delivery of the Metro Tunnel Project, Regional Rail Revival and the Melbourne Airport Rail. Rail Projects Victoria Industry Based Learning (IBL) Program: *Full-time, 6-month opportunity based in Melbourne CBD / virtually *Gain hands-on experience and help shape the delivery of some of Victoria's largest rail construction projects *Participate in interactive career and professional development workshops *Apply for industry-based learning credit towards your degree
Job Details
Department: Rail Projects Victoria
Work Type: Fixed term - full time
Job Function: Communications, Marketing and Media
Classification: VPSG2.2
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/1656460
Closing Date: 28-Sep-2022
Salary Range: $64,442 - $71,194
Job Duration: 6 months
Attachments: 2023 (January) - Recruitment - Communications Intern - Position Description.pdf (PDF, 182KB)
Job Specification

Contact: Gemma Maschwitz

Position Details

About the Opportunity

During your time with our Communications team, you will be working alongside a team of professionals. Depending on your studies and intertest, will be placed within either our Digital Marketing, Stakeholder Engagement or Government Relations teams, where you will be involved in a wide range of online and non-electronic communications activities, supporting all our projects or allocated to a specific project team*. You will get involved in creating high-quality online content for social media and various other communications channels, analysing social media trends and assisting project teams with establishing creative ideas for online campaigns.

About You

We are looking for someone who has a genuine interest in kickstarting their career in communications and design. It would be preferred if you have strong written and verbal communication skills, display strong attention to detail and are someone who enjoys building positive working relationships. Experience in using MS Office applications is also preferred. If you consider yourself to have a can-do attitude and are good at managing yourself in ambiguous situations, this could be the role for you!

To be eligible for this role you must be currently enrolled at university studying a tertiary qualification in Communications, Design, Marketing or related discipline. You must remain enrolled throughout the course of the IBL Program, however, must defer your allocated subjects whilst completing the internship. You also must hold Working Rights in Australia that allow you to work full-time (38hrs/wk).

To comply with the MTIA COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, RPV-HR will require successful candidates to submit a valid record of immunisation which identifies that they have up to date vaccinations for COVID-19 or have a medical exception signed by a duly authorised medical practitioner. Any offer of employment will be made subject to the provision of proof of vaccination.

How to Apply

All applications must be made through the Victorian Government's careers website. To apply, you must submit your:

1) Cover Letter;
2) CV;
3) Academic results; and
4) A copy of your working rights in Australia (eg. Australian Passport, Australian Citizenship, Australian Birth Certificate etc.)

Please ensure to return all application documents required in separate PDF files, and address applications to Gemma Maschwitz - Employment Programs Administrator.

Once you apply online and pass an eligibility screening you will be invited to complete a video interview to tell us more about yourself and why you want to at RPV. If you impress us and prove to be a strong fit for the role, you will be invited to either a group assessment centre or panel interview.

Successful applicants will be offered a position in October/November and commence employment in January 2023, pending COVID-19.

Applications close 11.59 pm - Wednesday 28 September 2022. 


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