Infrastructure Australia provides independent research and advice to all levels of government as well as investors and owners of infrastructure. We advise government on how best to allocate resources, provide transparency on future spending priorities, and support economic growth.

Infrastructure Australia has four main business areas:

  • Project Advisory
  • Policy & Research
  • Public Affairs
  • Corporate Services

Current roles

Chief Executive Officer

Infrastructure Australia is currently recruiting for the role of Chief Executive Officer. The CEO for Infrastructure Australia is a high profile role and influences the agenda for infrastructure policy in Australia. This role represents an opportunity to have a lasting impact on infrastructure development in this country.

  • Deliver critical advice on key infrastructure reform
  • Inform investment decisions at a State and Federal level
  • Drive outcomes across a high performing team

Details of the role and how to apply: PDF: 327 KB ReadSpeaker

Economist – Project Advisory

Infrastructure Australia is looking for a graduate, or recent graduate, with an interest in micro-economics to join our team. You will have the opportunity to work as part of our project advisory team that provides advice on infrastructure proposals across Australia.

The Economist provides economic analysis and advice to the Project Advisory team across a variety of areas including the development and refreshing of the Infrastructure Priority List on an ongoing basis.

Details of the role and how to apply.

What we offer

We are a motivated, professional team with varied qualifications and backgrounds. We offer interesting, challenging and rewarding careers.

Some of our benefits include:

  • a supportive and flexible work environment
  • commitment to your professional development
  • the opportunity to work as part of a high performing team
  • modern executive offices in a great CBD location.

Eligibility for employment

To be eligible for employment with Infrastructure Australia, applicants must be an Australian Citizen.

Preferred applicant will be required to successfully undergo the security clearance vetting process at a specified clearance level. The preferred applicant MUST be willing to disclose all relevant and required information.