Graduate Program - Unearth your potential @ Hicksons

We recognise that diverse, innovative thinking builds on our business, strengthens our client serviceability and increases our people engagement.  Our focus continues to be on the attraction, retention and engagement of future talent through our 2021 People Programs.

"I am very pleased to confirm we are accepting applications for our 2021 Graduate Program,” said Colleen Weiler, COO.  "We have adopted a fluid approach which focuses on real experiences for participants. This approach brings diverse perspectives to the firm, enabling new ideas and stronger serviceability for our clients".
Recognised as a Winner for Employer of Choice 2020 by the Australian Business Awards, participants will be exposed to commercial and practical experiences, fostered by a support framework.  Participants will enjoy a diverse range of tasks and activities to build on individual learning and personal development.
Are you ready to unearth your potential?

We look for people with a passion to develop and reach their potential.  Energy and innovation in a fast-paced environment are key to complement our teams, delivering effective client solutions and business improvements. 

Applications for our 2021 Graduate Program will be available from mid-November 2020. 
Further details can be found on the careers page.

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