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Intern program

The Development Victoria Intern Program provides students with an interest in property development, project management and urban renewal the opportunity to work alongside an experienced team of industry professionals and gain exposure to a diverse range of projects across the full project lifecycle.

Our Intern Program is for students completing their final year of study in 2019. We are looking for students completing a bachelor or post-graduate degree in property development, planning, construction, project management or equivalent field.

The internship will commence in February 2020 and students will be engaged for three days per week until December 2020 with the flexibility to balance academic priorities. We are looking for highly motivated students with a strong track record of academic performance and the ability to work collaboratively in a team environment. 

View our 2019 Intern brochure

Applications for the 2020 Development Victoria Intern Program will open in August 2019. 

About the program

As an Intern, you will rotate through different areas of the organisation to work on real projects delivering urban renewal in both metropolitan and regional areas of Victoria.

Successful students will be provided with a structured induction program, on-the-job training will be allocated a mentor for the duration of their internship and will be assigned a rotational program with the opportunity to participate in the selection of their final rotation.

2020 Intern Program Open Night

A Careers Information Session will be held for prospective applicants to learn more about Development Victoria and the 2020 Intern Program. Come and meet senior leaders and current interns at Development Victoria while learning more about what we do and how the Intern program can further your career.

Further information

For more information about the 2020 Intern Program, please email careers@development.vic.gov.au.

2018 Interns 

Left to right: Dillon MacDonnell, Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours), Deakin University; Lexie Forbes, Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning, RMIT University; Sophie Rabl, Bachelor of Applied Science, Property and Valuation (Honours), RMIT University; Kate O’Connor, Master of Project Management, RMIT University; Meg Sullivan, Bachelor of Applied Science – Project Management (Honours), RMIT University

2017 Interns 

Left to right: Louise Frost, Master of Urban Planning, University of Melbourne; Andre Asari, Bachelor of Law/Real Estate and Property, Deakin University; Steve Pollard, Bachelor of Property and Real Estate/Bachelor of Commerce, Deakin University; Dean Johnson, Bachelor of Applied Science (Property & Valuations), Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)