[Vision:  Aerial view of construction site - level crossing at night being removed]

Tom - Law Graduate

I applied for a job at the Level Crossing Removal Authority because I had heard about the project.

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I knew that it was a high profile major project that was doing a lot of good in Victoria.

Olivia - Communications Graduate

It’s a really hands-on environment, which means that even though you’re in a Graduate position, you do get to work on a lot of different parts of the project.

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And I definitely feel like I’ve already been able to contribute, which I didn’t imagine I would do in my first six months. And the people are just really amazing to work with.

[Vision:  Construction workers - Olivia speaking - time lapse night works]

They’re all really highly motivated, and they’re all passionate about delivering one of Melbourne’s biggest projects.

Sophia - Environmental Engineering Graduate

There’s so many learning opportunities. A lot of it’s informal, so you’re learning something new every day.

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You’re getting exposed to different settings and meeting a lot of people who have a lot of knowledge to share, as well as the formal aspects. We undertake a lot of training here as well.

Anil - Civil Engineering Graduate

As part of your graduate rotations, you go through different aspects of the organisation, different business systems, and they will be able to teach you how the teams and departments work together.

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Whether or not your background is engineering, HR, legal or finance, I think being a part of something that will reshape Melbourne and the public transport system, and will be something that will be beneficial for you in the future.

Maddie - Communications Graduate

I describe the culture at LXRA as one which you can approach someone from any part of the business and they’re always willing to help you out, show you the ropes.  And I think that really speaks volumes about an organisation.

Nick - Communications Graduate

I’ve seen culture on paper before but never seen it really marry up to that in the workplace, but it does so in spades here at LXRA. It’s amazing to see people living and breathing the culture. The Grad Program is not so much more about job security as it is employability security.

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It’s about setting you up, not just to work at LXRA, but any place within that field.

John - Human Resources Graduate

It’s a two year program, which is quite long for most graduate programs. But in that two years I would be getting a breadth of experience across the entire business, with the environment is always constantly challenging.

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It’s incredibly fast-paced. We’re using some of the newest infrastructure; some of the newest technologies and applying them to situations where it’s never been done before as well.

[Vision:  John speaking]

I really believe that we’re paving the way for the future generations.

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[Speaker:  Authorised by the Victorian Government, 1 Treasury Place, Melbourne]