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Employsure Internship Program l 4 Positions

Employsure, Australia’s leading expert in the field of workplace relations, is looking for enthusiastic and motivated students who are interested in pursuing a career in the field of employment relations.

Employsure is Australia’s leading expert in the field of workplace relations, offering a suite of services to support our clients to succeed. As one of Australia's fastest growing companies, Employsure is expanding rapidly with a particular focus on hiring Employment Relations specialists. With over 100 ER specific roles across Australia and New Zealand, the ability to educate and create their own specialists through a detailed graduate program is paramount to the continued success and hiring practices of the company.


In this role, you will gain an insight into what a Top 25 Best Place to Work company looks like and how the day-to-day operations interact to propel the business forward. Successful interns may be fastracked onto the Employment Relations Graduate Program. These internship opportunities would suit students studying HR, Commerce or Law.

Tasks include:

  • Identifying the current candidate value proposition that they believe differentiates Employsure from law firms, associations, other ER Advice companies and unions.
  • Shadowing key personnel and undertaking suitable tasks that will provide you with an insight into how different departments work. You will also gain an understanding of the full life cycle of the company from sales to service to the operational aspects.
  • Presenting back to senior leadership your understanding of the candidate value proposition.
  • Propose recommendations that promotes Employsure's positive differentiation between similar organisations and ensure that they are seen as an employer of choice within the market.

The successful student will:

  • Be a 2nd or 3rd year student studying either Commerce or an HR-related degree
  • Have an understanding of the Fair Work Act, National Employment Standards and the Modern Awards
  • Have a familiarity with working within a white collar environment
  • Have the ability to listen and observe
  • Be able to question and have discussions with those they are shadowing
  • Be computer literate and have the ability to use MS Office and Outlook
  • Be confident in presenting to senior management

The position will be based at Haymarket NSW. The successful student will be required to work 150 hours over the course of session 1 2017 and must negotiate their working days and hours per week with the organisation before commencing the role.


Please note that this is an unpaid placement, however, it will provide valuable work experience. The successful student must enrol in FOBE200 or FOBE300 in Session 1, 2017 and be able to fit this unit as an elective in their program. See the Student Handbook for details on this unit. The unit will give you academic credit for the placement


To apply for this internship opportunity please submit the following:

  • Your current resume
  • A cover letter outlining your career plans and how you meet the internship criteria
  • Your unofficial academic

Please send your application with the subject line ‘Employsure Internship Program’ via email to