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Johnstaff Graduate Program 2019/20

Melbourne, Sydney

Take a walk on the client-side with on-the-job practical learning in a genuine and unpretentious environment at Johnstaff.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Graduate Job

Application dates

Applications Open
4 Mar 2019
Applications Close
30 Jun 2019

Minimum requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
E
Civil Engineering & Construction
P
Building & Construction

Interested in getting hands-on, client-side experience on significant social infrastructure projects?

At Johnstaff, we’re focused on working with clients to get the right results for the urban spaces, transport, hospitals, universities, roads, services and facilities of the future.

If you want a “choose your own adventure career path”, we’re offering a 12-month Graduate Program with two six-month rotations in project management and construction in Melbourne and Sydney, and a permanent job offer from day one as Graduate Project Engineer or Graduate Project Coordinator.

Our Graduate Program has an on-the-job practical learning focus. You’ll have a dedicated buddy and work within a team-oriented culture and supportive environment. The Johnstaff team is professional, genuine and unpretentious. If that’s you, take a walk on the client-side with us. 

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
The Advisory Consultant position is understood as a learning role exposing employees to a variety of disciplines, skill sets, sectors and clients.

William McMichael

  • Graduate stories
The Advisory Consultant position is understood as a learning role exposing employees to a variety of disciplines, skill sets, sectors and clients.

William McMichael

  • Graduate stories
Since starting nearly 2 years ago I have learned a multitude of new skills, and I have only just scratched the surface of the construction industry.

Kyle Tosse

  • Graduate stories
Since starting nearly 2 years ago I have learned a multitude of new skills, and I have only just scratched the surface of the construction industry.

Kyle Tosse

  • Graduate stories
The Advisory Consultant position is understood as a learning role exposing employees to a variety of disciplines, skill sets, sectors and clients.

William McMichael

  • Graduate stories
The Advisory Consultant position is understood as a learning role exposing employees to a variety of disciplines, skill sets, sectors and clients.

William McMichael

  • Graduate stories
Since starting nearly 2 years ago I have learned a multitude of new skills, and I have only just scratched the surface of the construction industry.

Kyle Tosse

  • Graduate stories
Since starting nearly 2 years ago I have learned a multitude of new skills, and I have only just scratched the surface of the construction industry.

Kyle Tosse