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WSP Australia

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  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

WSP Australia Intern - supply chain, logistics and transport fields

Brisbane

We currently have exciting opportunities to appoint an Intern in the supply chain, logistics and transport fields to join our Rail team in Brisbane offices.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Internship
Number of Vacancies
1
Salary
$45,000 - $49,999
Start Date
Ongoing

Application dates

Applications Open
30 Oct 2018
Applications Close
12 Nov 2018

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Graduation Results
>85% WAM (High Distinction)
Accepting International Applications
No
Degrees Accepted
B
Business Administration & Management
Marketing, Advertising & Public Relations

Due to the continuous success of our Asia Pacific operations, we currently have exciting opportunities to appoint an Intern in the supply chain, logistics and transport fields to join our Rail team in Brisbane offices.

You will have:

  • Ideally, you will be doing a bachelor or higher in Business with Supply Chain and Logistics as their major.
  • In your penultimate year of your studies, you will be graduate towards the end of 2019 early 2020.
  • A general understanding of of the Transport market in Rail, Infrastructure, Geotech or Tunnels or Transport Planning.

Key requirements would be:

  • Mapping of supply chains.
  • Supply chain and logistics analysis.
  • Assessing the logistics industry in Australia.
  • Understanding of 3PL, 4PL, 5PL providers.
  • Assist in development of proposals
  • Represent the company to a professional standard at all times
  • Communicate effectively with internal/external stakeholders. 

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Melissa Bong

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I chose mechatronics because I could see that people were transitioning towards a technology-based society and robots would become an integral part of it.

Kate Lipczynski

  • Graduate stories
I chose mechatronics because I could see that people were transitioning towards a technology-based society and robots would become an integral part of it.

Kate Lipczynski

WSP Graduate Melissa Bong Profile
  • Graduate stories

Melissa Bong

  • Graduate stories

Melissa Bong

WSP Australia Kate Lipczynski
  • Graduate stories
I chose mechatronics because I could see that people were transitioning towards a technology-based society and robots would become an integral part of it.

Kate Lipczynski

  • Graduate stories
I chose mechatronics because I could see that people were transitioning towards a technology-based society and robots would become an integral part of it.

Kate Lipczynski