At Fulton Hogan, we build and maintain infrastructure that connects and enhances communities across Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. Everything from roads and bridges, to airports and utilities.
We offer opportunities to challenge yourself, learn and grow within a culture that values your opinion and works hard to keep you informed. You'll get the chance to work with and learn from the very best people in the industry in a wide range of locations across Australia.
We're big and growing, but this will always be a family business. We always look out for each other and strive to do the right thing. It's this attitude – and our willingness to roll our sleeves up and give anything a go – that's taken us from humble beginnings to progressive, proactive industry leaders.
Driven by fresh ideas and opportunities, we know we're only as good as our people. Our enduring success relies on generating new and different ideas and perspectives. This is underpinned by the diversity of our people and being representative of the communities in which we operate.
We strive to foster a supportive, fair and inclusive workplace for future and present employees. We work together, win together and celebrate together. We have fun, we keep safe, and we all contribute to a better future. A future we can all be proud of.
If you're open to learning new ideas and different ways of doing things, we could be a good fit. Join a growing, forward-looking and exciting organisation, doing good work and making a positive difference to the world we live in.
You must have Australian/New Zealand citizenship or Australian permanent residency when you submit your application. Unfortunately, temporary visa holders are not eligible for our programs.
Minimum credit average:
To be considered we ask for a minimum overall weighted average mark of 60%.
To be eligible, you must be in the final year of a university undergraduate or postgraduate degree, or have completed your university studies within the past 24 months of applying. This is from the time you complete your final unit or subject, not 24 months from your graduation date.
We offer a range of graduate opportunities for a wide variety of degree disciplines, including: Engineering (Civil/Structural, Mechanical, Electrical), Accounting, Environmental, Sustainability, Commercial Law, Surveying and Occupational Health & Safety. If your degree or major isn't listed here, we would encourage you to explore our website to learn more about our business areas and which would be the right fit for you.
How to apply:
You should apply for our Graduate Programs online through this link: https://www.fultonhogan.com/join-our-team/career-pathways/graduates-au/. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to complete a short video interview as the next step in our recruitment process. If successful at this stage, you will then be invited to attend a face-to-face interview with a few of our senior leaders.
Our Graduate Program:
Our National Graduate Program is offered across our Construction, Infrastructure Services, Utilities and Finance businesses.
By undertaking the Fulton Hogan Graduate Program you will contribute to our vision of being a successful and enduring infrastructure company and embody our REAL values - Respect, Energy & Effort, Attitude & Leadership. You will have the opportunity to connect, improve and care for the communities in which you live.
Graduates usually start with us in February as a permanent employee, but the length of your program can vary. You will be empowered to choose the pace and order for acquiring skills, knowledge and experience, while working alongside teams of professionals in an environment that is rewarding, challenging and fun. We also expect our graduates to be agile and willing to relocate to take on opportunities across the country to progress their career development.
Our graduate program includes:
Roles available for Graduates:
Engineering (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical), Accounting, Environmental & Sustainability, Safety, Surveying, Commercial/Contracts Law, Community & Stakeholder Relations.