June updates from Talent

Welcome to Jessica Craig

We’re excited to introduce you all to the wonderful Jessica Craig, Talent Specialist!

Jess has worked in both the private and public sector for the last six years as a Talent Specialist. Most recently Jess has been working for the past 10 months in the Group Rail Talent team.

In her new role with ELTP Jess is most looking forward to planning and designing a new Graduate Talent Strategy for 2020 and being the link between ELTP and the wider Talent division, ensuring our program participants are transitioned into fulfilling careers across the Transport Cluster. We’re delighted to have Jess join the fold to both support your journey on Talent Programs and Transport for NSW.


Fun fact: Before her recruitment career, Jess was a lifeguard and swim school teacher. She’s also a massive foodie and loves cooking.

Welcome to Ashleigh Tratt

We’re also very excited to introduce the amazing Ashleigh Tratt, Talent Training Lead. Ash heads up all the training, learning and development across the Talent Branch and will now also be taking over the design & delivery of the Graduate Learning and Development Program.

Ash has always been passionate about recognising and unlocking potential in people, starting her career as a secondary school teacher. A varied career in HR and training across the public and private sector has led her joining the Transport for NSW Talent team over two years ago. Since then, Ash has always gone above and beyond in developing culture and capability across our teams.

We’re thrilled to have Ash working even more closely with us to make your experience here at Transport the best it can be!

Regional Careers Fairs come to a close

The Regional Careers Fair held has now come to a very successful close. ‘The Regional Careers Fair was a success. We would like to thank all those that took the time out to be involved and for all the effort that went in to make it a great event”, Ben Lowe from ELTP praised.

The Regional Careers Fair visited multiple locations in regional NSW including Bathurst, Wagga Wagga, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour and Wollongong which had thousands of students flocking to meet with current talent participants. They were able to showcase the various career paths and opportunities available with Transport while continuing to build and facilitate strong networks with regional communities.

Graduates Hamza Syed (centre) and Lexie Reynolds Walsh (right) talking to students at the Regional Careers Fair in Wagga Wagga

Welcome to Jessica Craig

We’re excited to introduce you all to the wonderful Jessica Craig, Talent Specialist!

Jess has worked in both the private and public sector for the last six years as a Talent Specialist. Most recently Jess has been working for the past 10 months in the Group Rail Talent team.

In her new role with ELTP Jess is most looking forward to planning and designing a new Graduate Talent Strategy for 2020 and being the link between ELTP and the wider Talent division, ensuring our program participants are transitioned into fulfilling careers across the Transport Cluster. We’re delighted to have Jess join the fold to both support your journey on Talent Programs and Transport for NSW.


Fun fact: Before her recruitment career, Jess was a lifeguard and swim school teacher. She’s also a massive foodie and loves cooking.

Welcome to Ashleigh Tratt

We’re also very excited to introduce the amazing Ashleigh Tratt, Talent Training Lead. Ash heads up all the training, learning and development across the Talent Branch and will now also be taking over the design & delivery of the Graduate Learning and Development Program.

Ash has always been passionate about recognising and unlocking potential in people, starting her career as a secondary school teacher. A varied career in HR and training across the public and private sector has led her joining the Transport for NSW Talent team over two years ago. Since then, Ash has always gone above and beyond in developing culture and capability across our teams.

We’re thrilled to have Ash working even more closely with us to make your experience here at Transport the best it can be!

Regional Careers Fairs come to a close

The Regional Careers Fair held has now come to a very successful close. ‘The Regional Careers Fair was a success. We would like to thank all those that took the time out to be involved and for all the effort that went in to make it a great event”, Ben Lowe from ELTP praised.

The Regional Careers Fair visited multiple locations in regional NSW including Bathurst, Wagga Wagga, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour and Wollongong which had thousands of students flocking to meet with current talent participants. They were able to showcase the various career paths and opportunities available with Transport while continuing to build and facilitate strong networks with regional communities.

Graduates Hamza Syed (centre) and Lexie Reynolds Walsh (right) talking to students at the Regional Careers Fair in Wagga Wagga

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