2019 industry placements are now open
Search placement opportunities and how to apply before 28 April.
The department recognises the importance of providing opportunities for university students to integrate their study with work experience. By providing work integrated learning opportunities and internships the department supports tertiary programs that incorporate compulsory industry or vocational placements.
These partnership arrangements between employers and universities require students to undertake full-time employment for up to 14 weeks during semester.
Industry placement 2019 opportunities. Search the list of placement opportunities in the department in 2019. Applications close 28 April.
A person is eligible to apply for a placement or employment opportunity only if the person:
- is an Australian citizen; or
- resides in Australia and has permission or a right to be granted permission, under Commonwealth law, to remain in Australia indefinitely; or
- is a New Zealand citizen who is currently residing in Australia; or
- has a working visa for the duration of the placement.
Overseas students are welcome to seek volunteer opportunities should you be in Australia at any point and this is permissible under your visa conditions.
Who we are looking for
The department is looking for students who have a compulsory industry placement (or equivalent) as part of their undergraduate degree in disciplines such as:
- conservation management
- environmental engineering
- environmental science/management
- environmental tourism or sustainable tourism
- land/natural resource management
- policy development
- science/applied science (including analytical chemistry and veterinary)
- urban and regional planning
- veterinary science
- wildlife management/biology.
Industry placement success stories
- Tanara Hinschen - Bachelor of Animal Ecology
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, Value Based Management Framework.
- Jake Elward - Environmental science, marine science and management
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, impacts of campground use.
- Melanie Sullivan - Bachelor of Animal Ecology
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, Pandanus monitoring survey program.
- Jessica Frost - Bachelor of Social Science
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, Protected Area Strategy.
- Queenie Fensham - Bachelor of Environmental Management
Environmental Policy Planning, Climate Change.
If you are interested in an industry placement with us and want to apply:
- register your interest by emailing email@example.com
- keep your eye on opportunities advertised through your tertiary institutions Careers and Employment Service.