VLC is a leading transport advisory firm working on many of Australia's high-profile projects.
VLC employees are passionate about producing quality results, from transport planning projects to well calibrated multi-modal models. VLC offers excellent employment opportunities in a values-based company.
Work alongside some of industry's leaders in transport planning, modelling, and economics.
As one of Australia's premier transport advisory firms, VLC has exciting opportunities for talented and motivated people at all stages of their careers.
We are a highly motivated team, looking for people passionate about transportation, IT and mathematics.
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VLC recognises that Graduates provide raw talent which can be shaped into targeted and focused employees who can make a long term contribution to the future development and growth of the company.
The VLC Graduate Program is a structured training program specifically for university graduates where we offer the following features: remuneration, mentoring, professional development, industry connections, supported study, and the potential for post-program employment, following the 1 year Graduate placement.
As one of Australia's premier transport advisory firms, Veitch Lister Consulting has exciting opportunities for talented and motivated students. VLC has a long history of creating employment opportunities for students in areas that pertain to their studies.
VLC values a harmonious workplace and embraces a wide diversity of people. VLC recognises the contributions of people with a broad range of abilities, experiences and perspectives, and those from a variety of different cultural backgrounds and does not discriminate based on personal characteristics such as gender, age or sexual orientation.
All appointments are made on the basis of merit and through fair and equitable processes, including those related to promotion, transfer and training. VLC provides a workplace that is free from inappropriate conduct such as bullying, discrimination and harassment.
The Human Resources Department is responsible for managing the objectives and initiatives within this policy on behalf of VLC’s Board. Should any job candidate, new or existing employee wish to raise a concern or a complaint of discriminatory treatment based on any attribute, they can speak with the HR Manager or email firstname.lastname@example.org and their concerns will be promptly investigated and appropriate action taken.
VLC is committed to operating in accordance with federal and state anti-discrimination legislation, governed by the Australian Human Rights Commission and various state and territory agencies.