Careers for graduates: work with public and private sector organisations to better plan Australia.
Careers for graduates: work with the public and private sector to better plan Australia.
The Transport & Infrastructure team works with public and private sector organisations to better plan Australia’s cities and regions. Combining diverse backgrounds in economics, engineering, urban and infrastructure planning, data science and more, our team brings a holistic approach to give clear insight about the ‘what’, ‘where’, ‘when’, ‘how’ and ‘why’ of future transport and infrastructure projects. The five key capabilities of the national team are:
No two days are ever the same in the Transport & Infrastructure team. One day, you might be at a client site, attending meetings and working face-to-face with clients to help navigate through complex transport and infrastructure investment decisions. Another day, you might be in the KPMG office, working on a proposal, a slide deck for a presentation, a chapter of a business case or attending a training session. The constant aspect is the teamwork and collaboration – our team members work closely with each other, from the partners through to the graduates. KPMG’s emphasis on agile working means that there is scope for flexibility in how, when and where you get your work done – the team is very accommodating at balancing your personal commitments with work.
By being around renowned industry professionals, experiencing on the job project-related experience and through our in-house training, graduates within our team rapidly develop technical transport and infrastructure skills, such as socio-economic and demographic forecasting, transport demand modelling, economic analysis and much more. The opportunity for upskilling in programming and coding skills is also available, regardless of what level your skills in this area are when you commence.
The collaborative nature of the Transport & Infrastructure team means that from day one, you will be building crucial soft skills such as communication, teamwork in a diverse environment and problem solving.
The best part of the role is the meaningful contribution the team makes our communities by shaping our cities and regions and provide the right infrastructure at the right place and make a meaningful difference to people’s lives. The vast breadth of engagements that the Transport & Infrastructure team undertakes allows our graduate to make a meaningful contribution from day one. The variety of projects ensures that every day you will be contributing in a positive way and will learn something new and interesting. More importantly, you get to do this within a social, supportive and motivated team whilst making a difference to the future liveability of Australia.