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TechnologyOne

4.7
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

TechnologyOne Graduate Programs & Internships

  • Technology

What it does: Enterprise software
Staff stats: Over 1200
The good bits: Great culture, enjoyable work
The not so good bits: Demanding pace
Hiring grads with degrees in:  Engineering, Maths, IT & Computer Sciences; Finance, Accounting, Economics & Business Administration; Sciences; Law.

The TechnologyOne story

TechnologyOne started in a demountable building in front of an old tannery in 1987. University of Queensland graduate turned entrepreneur, Adrian Di Marco decided to have a crack at using relational database technology to make accounting software. After hitting up Dugald McTaggart (a former customer) for funding, he opened up TechnologyOne’s first office and R&D centre on the fringes of Brisbane .

It didn’t take too long for Di Marco’s powerful and integrated enterprise software to become a hit. Within a year, TechnologyOne was able to move out of the tannery. Within three years it was signing up significant clients in Australia, such as Murdoch University and the Murray Darling Basin Authority. By 1993 it was starting to attract international customers, such as Malaysia Development Bank. In 1996, it opened its Sydney office. This was followed by a Melbourne office in 1998 and a listing on the Australian Stock Exchange in 1999.

TechnologyOne is now Australia's largest enterprise software company and a major player internationally with14 offices spread across Australia, New Zealand, The United Kingdom, Papua New Guinea and Malaysia. Its client list boasts more than 1200 “leading corporations, government departments and statutory authorities” and it is now Australia’s largest enterprise software company. Having been profitable since 1992, TechnologyOne recorded revenue of $273 million and a profit of $58 million in 2017. In 2017, Di Marco relinquished the CEO role but he remains the company’s Executive Chairman.   

The culture

TechnologyOne has a “strong commitment to diversity”. To help ensure TechnologyOne is an inclusive place to work – for everyone, the company runs an unconscious bias awareness program and career resilience courses. In addition, they have several user groups dedicated to promoting diversity, including “Women as One” and “Ally at TechOne”. It also engages in gender-pay analysis and provides female staff with “mentoring opportunities to grow their own skills”.

Women comprise 37.4 per cent of TechnolgyOne’s workforce. That makes the company one of the IT industry’s most gender-balanced employers. Nonetheless, it determined to “do better” and aims to have women making up 40 per cent of its workforce as soon as possible.

Social contribution

As TechnologyOne prospered, Di Marco has supported various philanthropic endeavours, including charities such as the Salvation Army, Mission Australia, World Vision and the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation. In 2016 the TechnologyOne foundation was launched and is now committed to the 1%pledge, of time, profit and product. The foundation helped fund the development of an e-learning program for a Tanzanian charity-funded school, The School of St Jude. TechnologyOne is committed to encouraging young Australians, especially female ones, to consider a career in technology. It partners with various industry associations to encourage Australian students to study STEM. It also invests in the Tech Girls Movement and hosts Girl Geek Dinners.

The company’s software engineers are trained in Web Accessibility Guidelines. The software they design meets stringent accessibility criteria, allowing it to be accessed by anyone, at any time.

The recruitment process

Those who’ve finished their degree can apply for any of our graduate opportunities. TechnologyOne looks for applicants who are creative, eager to learn, entrepreneurial, innovative, passionate and willing to think unconventionally.

If you’re still in school and interested in a career at the company, you should consider applying for an intern position while still studying.

All grads receive training and are paired with a buddy and experienced mentors. They also have a professional development plan and access to the TechnologyOne College.  

You can apply for grad roles here. Get the ball rolling by creating an account and joining the company’s talent community.

The recruitment process can range from a couple of interviews to, especially for would-be developers, coding challenges or take-home assignments. Once you’ve demonstrated you have the technical skills for the job, the rest of the recruitment process seems to be about ensuring you will be a snug cultural fit.  

Remuneration

TechnologyOne prides itself on providing its staff with “earned recognition”. Among other things, this recognition takes the form of “competitive salaries”. Like most tech industry employers, the company also offers an extensive range of benefits. There is plentiful food and a beer tap in the funky office(s) you’ll be working in. There are also Friday drinks and many other social events, lots of health and wellbeing programs and “state-of-the-art bike centres” if you want to cycle to work.  

Career prospects

Another aspect of TechnologyOne’s commitment to “earned recognition” is allowing staff to progress their careers. Given the company is doubling in size every five years, career opportunities abound.

The vibe of the place

The company was voted ‘Employer of Choice’ at the 2017 and 2016 Australian Business Awards. It ticks all the boxes – good pay, great benefits, an industry-leading, fast-growing company offering fast-track career progression, ethical corporate culture and friendly colleagues and supervisors. So, if you are lucky enough to score a grad role with this company, you’re almost certain to enjoy being part of the TechnologyOne team.   

Star Rating: 4.7 stars

 

From the Employer:

"Are you ready to join an elite team of professionals who are shaping the future of enterprise software?

When you join our team, you’ll be joining a top 200 ASX-listed company, which operates in six countries and employs over 1,100 people worldwide. We create solutions that transform business and make life simple for our customers. We do this by building ground-breaking enterprise software, allowing some of the world’s biggest industries to run smoothly on any device, anywhere, at any time.

We work hard to attract the best and brightest to our team. We have all the perks you’d expect from a global tech company: all day breakfasts, beer on tap and plenty of social and community activities.

We want you to be inspired and enjoy the journey. You can get most things in life at the touch of a button – but not job satisfaction and strong relationships.  At TechnologyOne, we create a culture where you can get both."

Recruitment Process

The first step to your career at TechnologyOne is submitting your application! Take a look at the opportunities we have available and apply for as many as you think you would be a fit for. TechnologyOne values diversity, and aims to create a vibrant and inclusive workforce. If you meet some (but not all) of the job requirements, they highly encourage you to still apply. 

When submitting your application, TechOne will ask you a few basic questions and will require your upload a resume. However they highly encourage that you upload a cover letter as well so they can learn more about you.

Interview

After submitting your application, the TechnologyOne Recruitment team will review and if successful you will receive an initial call from the Recruitment Advisor inviting you to complete a self video assessment. 

Upon completing your video interview, the Recruitment team will review your answers. Should you make it to the next stage, you will be invited to our Grad Day for your particular area.

During Grad Day, you will participate in an interview, an office tour, and other additional group activities.

Additional Testing

Certain positions, such as Software Developer, will require a technical test be completed. After your interview, you will be emailed a Technical Test to complete and return. This test will be reviewed by Developers at TechOne, and will be used as the final piece of consideration for your application.

Remuneration & Career Growth

TechnologyOne prides itself on providing its staff with “earned recognition”. Among other things, this recognition takes the form of competitive salaries. The company also offers an extensive range of benefits, such as:

  • Discounted health insurance 
  • Salary packaging for devices like mobile phones, tablets & smart watches, as well as novated leases on cars and more.
  • Fantastic end of trip facilities: Bicycle parking, showers, hair straighteners, hair dryers & free towels.
  • Option to extend leave to 6 weeks via Purchase Leave Policy
  • There is plentiful food and a beer tap in the funky office(s) you’ll be working in. There are also Friday drinks and many other social events

Another aspect of TechnologyOne’s commitment to “earned recognition” is allowing staff to progress their careers. Given the company is doubling in size every five years, career opportunities abound.

Graduate Reviews

Overall Score
4.7
Overall score based on 5 reviews
They Score Best in…
9.8
Culture
9.2
Satisfaction
9.4
Office Work Environment
9.4
Recruitment
9.8
Culture
9.2
Satisfaction
9.4
Office Work Environment
9.4
Recruitment
What Graduates Say About Them
  • The culture, the people, and the huge amount of knowledge available.
  • I really enjoy the company culture. Free drinks, employees are encouraged to hang out and socialise. Big group of graduates. Clearly defined career progression. Training provided.
  • Can be high expectations with clients.

Jobs & Opportunities

Locations With Jobs & Opportunities
  • Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth
Hiring candidates with qualifications in
B
Business & Management
C
Creative Arts
E
Engineering & Mathematics
H
Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
I
IT & Computer Science
L
Law, Legal Studies & Justice
M
Medical & Health Sciences
P
Property & Built Environment
S
Sciences
T
Teaching & Education

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
I’ve found creating templates and configuring software to be fulfilling, as I know the work I’m contributing to will be a great help for our customers and consultants.

Victoria Holm

  • Graduate stories
I’ve found creating templates and configuring software to be fulfilling, as I know the work I’m contributing to will be a great help for our customers and consultants.

Victoria Holm

  • Graduate stories
I’ve found that people really value others who are driven to improve themselves and develop stronger understandings of things.

Sandra Finow

  • Graduate stories
I’ve found that people really value others who are driven to improve themselves and develop stronger understandings of things.

Sandra Finow

  • Graduate stories
I’ve found creating templates and configuring software to be fulfilling, as I know the work I’m contributing to will be a great help for our customers and consultants.

Victoria Holm

  • Graduate stories
I’ve found creating templates and configuring software to be fulfilling, as I know the work I’m contributing to will be a great help for our customers and consultants.

Victoria Holm

  • Graduate stories
I’ve found that people really value others who are driven to improve themselves and develop stronger understandings of things.

Sandra Finow

  • Graduate stories
I’ve found that people really value others who are driven to improve themselves and develop stronger understandings of things.

Sandra Finow


A Day In The Life Of


  • Day in the life

Joshua Smith

Joshua Smith studied ​a ​Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) ​at the Queensland University of Technology in 2017 and is now a Graduate Developer at TechnologyOne.
  • Day in the life

Joshua Smith

Joshua Smith studied ​a ​Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) ​at the Queensland University of Technology in 2017 and is now a Graduate Developer at TechnologyOne.
  • Day in the life

Joshua Smith

Joshua Smith studied ​a ​Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) ​at the Queensland University of Technology in 2017 and is now a Graduate Developer at TechnologyOne.
  • Day in the life

Joshua Smith

Joshua Smith studied ​a ​Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) ​at the Queensland University of Technology in 2017 and is now a Graduate Developer at TechnologyOne.

Advice


TechnologyOne Brisbane Office

Take a sneak peek inside TechnologyOne's headquarter office at 540 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley Queensland.

TechnologyOne Brisbane Office

Take a sneak peek inside TechnologyOne's headquarter office at 540 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley Queensland.