With a world-class team of more than 3,500 employees across the country and a number of international sites, Boeing's presence in Australia is the company' largest footprint outside the United States. Boeing partners with Australia's defence and commercial industries to design and deliver world-leading solutions for our customers, and we are an invaluable part of our country's research and development community.
If you want to put your university studies into practice before graduating, Boeing Australia's university intern opportunities will provide you with hands-on insight into the fast-paced global aerospace industry.
For students in their second, third or fourth year of study, we offer a 12-week placement at a number of our Boeing subsidiaries as well as our Research and Technology division, to work on site-based and corporate projects at various Australian locations. As well as interesting, real-life work experience, we also offer you a mentor and peer support. Plus, you gain insights into Boeing Australia to help decide the best career options for when you graduate.
To apply, please upload your resume, current academic transcripts and a cover letter answering the following application questions:
You must be currently studying a bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Information Systems or Cyber Security.
In addition, you must be available to work full-time during the course of the internship, which commences late November 2021 and finishes in late February 2022.
Due to the nature of the work you may participate in, you may need to be an Australian citizen with eligibility to obtain a Defence Security clearance.
Boeing is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we invite you to be part of an organisation that fosters a diverse workplace. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
Boeing is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military/veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.