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Aristocrat Leisure Limited is an ASX 50 listed company and one of the world’s leading providers of gaming solutions.

Since our humble beginnings in 1953, we’ve been driven by a desire to create the world’s greatest gaming experience, every day. We offer a diverse range of products and services, including electronic gaming machines, social, web and mobile based gaming and casino management systems.

At Aristocrat, we believe people
are the heart of our business and the talent behind our success, which is why we’re committed to attracting the best people and building a high-performance workforce.

Our people love working at Aristocrat and it’s not hard to see why:

  • Room to grow
  • Space to get creative
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Access to all our best games
  • Not to mention collaborating with the industry’s most brilliant minds.

It’s all in a day’s work at Aristocrat!

If you’re ready to launch your career, there’s no better place to do so than with us! We know that great talent leads to great success, so we’ve developed
a world-class graduate program that will give you the grounding you need
to become a technical guru or a future leader of our organisation – or maybe even both! If you are looking for global opportunities, Aristocrat operates in over 90 countries around the world with a team, who deliver outstanding results by pushing the boundaries of innovation, creativity and technology, so what are you waiting for?

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Key Points

1. Atara Avidan Shachar, Senior Software Engineer

What’s the coolest thing about your job?

  • It combines everything I love: math, software, art, fun and games.
  • The variety of people
I work with (software engineers, producers, artists, mathematicians, QA).

2. Nicole Hargreaves, Marketing Coordinator (former Marketing Grad)

What’s the coolest thing about your job?

Over the year I have worked at Aristocrat the coolest thing about the job is being exposed to high level strategy. Ultimately I want to end up in a position of leadership and being exposed to strategic thinking is invaluable to my career. It is great to understand the process it takes to pull together a strategy and to understand the business goals and vision.

3. Bo Yang Zhang, Graduate Software Engineer

What’s the coolest thing about your job?

Software is the discipline that binds together all the fundamental elements
of a game, right from different video animations and sounds to the game

mathematics that run under the hood.
It is truly amazing to see the raw components come together and manifest into an amazing game.

Moreover, Aristocrat is home to some of the most talented individuals in the gaming industry and the opportunity to work alongside them allows me to grow. As a graduate at Aristocrat, senior members within the business are committed to ensure that you have everything you need to develop and are always happy to lend a hand.

4. Chloe Berry, Marketing Graduate

What’s the coolest thing about your job?

Getting to work on several different projects. So, one day you could be helping to plan for a tradeshow, and the next day you could be doing research for competitor intelligence. You never get bored, as there is always something new and exciting to do.

5. Ahsan Saad, Graduate Electrical Engineer

What’s the coolest thing about your job?

Engineers can be very cut and dry. It’s just the nature of the profession. Or so
I thought. Saying that I was pleasantly surprised by the Engineering team at Aristocrat would be a huge understatement. When you can approach anyone on your team with 10+ years of experience with a puzzled expression and expect to have a solution of your problem every time almost instantly, you know you’re part of something special.

I could tinker with electronics at any job but the coolest part of my job at Aristocrat is grabbing a coffee with some of the guys in my electrical engineering team which is an absolute joy any day of the week.

6. Claire Mileto-Senior Games Designer

3 pieces of advice for yourself when you were a student…

  • Speak up! You don’t have to know everything about a topic or issue to have valuable input.
  • Don’t limit yourself in thinking there is only one thing you can do. I started out my maths degree thinking that I would probably work in insurance but ended up in a highly creative role in a unique industry.
  • Keep going with STEM. Our jobs of the future will be in these fields, so don’t limit yourself by thinking you aren’t good enough

7. Jackson Liang, IT Graduate

3 pieces of advice for yourself when you were a student…

  • Stop eating so much junk food, eat some healthy bananas or vitamin C enriched fruits like an orange perhaps!
  • Study hard but don’t kill yourself, you fail in uni does not mean you fail in life.
  • Should have played pool more. It gets very competitive here!

8. Jeremy Pollicina, Finance Graduate

3 pieces of advice for yourself when you were a student…

  • Make the most of your time at University, if there’s subjects or interests you have utilise the opportunity you have to make the most of the learning experience, if you’re interested in something you’ll enjoy studying it.
  • Speak to university lecturers and workers from the industry you want
to work in, make use of their expertise and knowledge to help you better understand what lies ahead and what you can be doing to prepare yourself for your future career prospects.
  • Make the most of internships and potential overseas work opportunities, they are valuable learning experiences which can help assist in your decision making process if you’re unsure of what you may want to do, but are also very valuable when it comes to applying for entry-level jobs.

9. Emily Chew, Graduate Illustrator

3 pieces of advice for yourself when you were a student…

  • It’s okay to not know where your first job is coming from after uni.
  • Your portfolio doesn’t have to be a perfect reflection of your potential employer’s style.
  • Keep doing what you’re passionate about in your spare time.

10. Ben K, Associate Product Manager (former Marketing Grad)

3 pieces of advice for yourself when you were a student…

  • Opportunities do not appear, they must be sought out in order to further differentiate yourself, learn new skills and show that you have the drive and initiative to step out of your comfort zone for employers.
  • There are times when things may not go your way, however persevere through this and eventually something will appear that will work out in your favour and benefit you.
  • Networking is one of the most important aspects of graduating, it allows you to keep in touch with people from different industries and to help look for jobs regardless of what the role may be, even if it differs from what you desire to do.

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