Grow your career at Transport

We’ve just launched an exciting new recruitment campaign to attract more women to senior roles at Transport.

In the next few weeks you may see the videos and ads on digital and social media channels like Facebook and LinkedIn.

The campaign highlights the opportunities we all have as Transport employees – to develop professionally by working on exciting infrastructure and service delivery projects, while balancing work and life commitments.


You may notice a few familiar face including our very own Susannah Le Bron, Executive Director Customer Service, Sydney Trains; Anna Zycki, Regional Manager, Roads and Maritime; and Peter Regan, Deputy Secretary, Finance and Investment Division.

Get sharing!

Keep an eye out on Facebook and LinkedIn for the campaign, and feel free to like it and share it with your friends. The posts will be encouraging people to check out the www.workfortransport.com.au site to find out more about working for Transport.


We’ve just launched an exciting new recruitment campaign to attract more women to senior roles at Transport.

In the next few weeks you may see the videos and ads on digital and social media channels like Facebook and LinkedIn.

The campaign highlights the opportunities we all have as Transport employees – to develop professionally by working on exciting infrastructure and service delivery projects, while balancing work and life commitments.


You may notice a few familiar face including our very own Susannah Le Bron, Executive Director Customer Service, Sydney Trains; Anna Zycki, Regional Manager, Roads and Maritime; and Peter Regan, Deputy Secretary, Finance and Investment Division.

Get sharing!

Keep an eye out on Facebook and LinkedIn for the campaign, and feel free to like it and share it with your friends. The posts will be encouraging people to check out the www.workfortransport.com.au site to find out more about working for Transport.


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Page last updated: 20 May 2017, 16:13