Infrastructure Victoria is the state's independent advisory body. We conduct research on infrastructure issues and provide advice to government. We prepare and update Victoria's 30-year infrastructure strategy.
What we do
Infrastructure Victoria is an independent statutory authority with 3 core function:
- publishing original research on infrastructure-related issues
- preparing a 30-year infrastructure strategy for Victoria, which we review and update every 3 to 5 years
- advising the Victorian Government on specific infrastructure matters.
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Work at Infrastructure Victoria
We aspire to create a fantastic culture where we are motivated by the infrastructure-related issues that we’re working on, the quality of the work that we do, the influence we can have and the great people who are members of our team.
There are currently no vacant positions at Infrastructure Victoria.
Infrastructure Victoria offers internships for tertiary students studying areas such as:
Paid internship opportunities are offered throughout the year, depending on our work program and supervisor availability. Vacant roles are listed on this webpage and the Careers Victoria website. Currently there are no vacancies.
Infrastructure Victoria is led by CEO Jonathan Spear and a board of 7 members comprising 4 members from the private or non-government sectors, and 3 from the public sector.
Our executive team
Corporate plan 2022–27
Read about our aspirations for the next 5 years and how we will deliver them.
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Annual report 2022–23
A snapshot of Infrastructure Victoria’s key achievements, performance and accompanying financial statements for the 2022–23 financial year. The report also includes our annual assessment of government’s progress in meeting its 5-year infrastructure plan.
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You can view prior annual reports by searching resources.
The Infrastructure Victoria Act 2015
The Infrastructure Victoria Act 2015 came into effect on 1 October 2015. The Act establishes Infrastructure Victoria as a statutory authority, with independence and appropriate powers to support its role to provide trusted, evidence-based advice to government.
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Procurement activity plan 2023–24
This plan provides a summary of our forecast procurement activity for the 2023–24 year. It gives potential suppliers an indication of the procurement we will likely undertake.
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Gifts, benefits and hospitality register
Infrastructure Victoria maintains a gifts, benefits and hospitality policy to avoid conflicts of interest and maintain high levels of integrity and public trust.
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We encourage employees and members of the public to report incidents of corrupt or improper conduct.
The Public Interest Disclosures Act 2012 https://www.legislation.vic.gov.au/in-force/acts/public-interest-disclosures-act-2012/026 helps people make disclosures of improper conduct by public officers and public bodies. It also provides protection to people who make disclosures in accordance with the Act, and outlines how disclosures are addressed.
If you would like to make a protected disclosure about us or any of our employees, contact our Disclosure Officer Victoria Thaine at email@example.com or the Independent Broad based Anti Corruption Commission (IBAC):
Level 1, North Tower, 459 Collins Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Phone: 1300 735 135
The Independent Broad based Anti Corruption Commission (IBAC) website provides information about the commission’s secure email disclosure process https://www.ibac.vic.gov.au/. It also provides for anonymous disclosures.
Level 33, 140 William Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Phone: 03 9936 1731
Mandy Frostick, Executive Director Communications and Engagement
Phone: 0419 546 245
Infrastructure Victoria also provides access to an interpreter service. Should you require an interpreter please contact us on 03 9936 1731.