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Aurecon Australia

4.1
  • #1 in Engineering consulting
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

2021/22 Infrastructure Advisory Graduate Programme

Canberra, Sydney, Darwin, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Cairns, Gladstone, Gold Coast, Mackay, Maroochydore, Newcastle, Toowoomba, Townsville
Our team helps organisations make better decisions about asset base to deliver infrastructure projects that improve productivity and quality of life.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Graduate Job
Number of Vacancies
1-100
Start Date
Ongoing

Application dates

Applications Open
22 Feb 2021
Applications Close
11 Apr 2021

Minimum requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
Yes
Qualifications Accepted
B
Accounting
Commerce
Finance
E
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering & Construction
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Engineering Management
Geomatic Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
L
Commercial Law
Constitutional Law
Criminal Law
Family Law
International Law
Tax Law

Changing demographics, rapid urbanisation, technological changes and evolving customer expectations are placing greater pressure on infrastructure projects in both government and private sectors.  

Sound decision-making that balances community need, investor return, alignment to organisation strategy and appropriate risk modelling is fundamental in prioritising asset portfolios to meet the service delivery needs of customers into the future. Integrating technical, commercial, legal and operational functions is a key component of this decision-making process. 

At Aurecon, our integrated advisory team focusses on solving the core problems associated with infrastructure investment from defining the service need to presenting a clear and compelling business case for funding. You will work with clients to understand their links between the asset base and the service outcomes required. 

Who are we?

Aurecon is more than an engineering, design and advisory company.

The Australian Financial Review (AFR) named us Australasia's Most Innovative Company and Most Innovative Professional Services Company for 2020. We were also honoured to be the first New Zealand engineering company to achieve The Rainbow Tick certification for diversity and inclusion in 2019. We maintained our accreditation in 2020.

Hardwired in our DNA are engineering, design and the deep need to leave a legacy. We believe humanity depends on engineering; and we recognise we have a broader stewardship role to play. A deep responsibility to hold. As we continually strive for a life in balance, Aurecon clients will be ready for the future and engineered for life.

What makes us unconventional?

The people who design a better future for humanity are brave new thinkers like you.

We need you to draw upon unconventional ideas and piece together solutions to complex challenges.

From designing a breakthrough solar-powered water treatment plant that provides drinking water to Indigenous and remote communities across Australia, to using digital technology to plan and restore safe transport access to communities in New Zealand after major landslips. To revitalising and transforming a Hong Kong historical landmark into a place of creativity and learning for generations to come.

Join us and together we'll make an impact that shifts the world. Check out our graduate campaign video for more information.

Our graduate programme

As an Aurecon graduate, you will work in a collaborative environment where you have the flexibility to pursue your passions, design your own pathway, and fast track your career.

As part of a diverse and inclusive team, you'll collaborate with others across geographies and markets, applying your skills to re-imagine engineering and design a better future.

You will also work alongside industry-leading professionals, mentors and peers. If you would like to experience numerous areas of Aurecon's business, we can facilitate that too.

Apply for a role with us and come on a journey to start seeing the world differently, today.

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
As engineers, we are making the world a better place, and that makes all the hard work worthwhile.

Yifan Qin

  • Graduate stories
As engineers, we are making the world a better place, and that makes all the hard work worthwhile.

Yifan Qin

  • Graduate stories
One of the things I enjoy most about my job is working with my team and the chance to work with people who have a range of experiences and different engineering specialisations.

Dana Crier

  • Graduate stories
One of the things I enjoy most about my job is working with my team and the chance to work with people who have a range of experiences and different engineering specialisations.

Dana Crier

  • Graduate stories
As engineers, we are making the world a better place, and that makes all the hard work worthwhile.

Yifan Qin

  • Graduate stories
As engineers, we are making the world a better place, and that makes all the hard work worthwhile.

Yifan Qin

  • Graduate stories
One of the things I enjoy most about my job is working with my team and the chance to work with people who have a range of experiences and different engineering specialisations.

Dana Crier

  • Graduate stories
One of the things I enjoy most about my job is working with my team and the chance to work with people who have a range of experiences and different engineering specialisations.

Dana Crier

Related Courses


Professional Certificate

Entry Requirements

You can start your Practical Legal Training if you have completed all Priestley 11 core subjects of your law degree – with no more than two electives remaining. 

To start your Practical Legal Training before completing your law degree, you will need to seek approval from the admitting authority in your state.

Duration
15 weeks full-time