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WSP Australia

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  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

WSP Australia Intern - Sustainability

Through our internship program, we offer an opportunity to experience built environment sustainability services in a project delivery context.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Internship
Number of Vacancies
1

Application dates

Applications Open
10 May 2019
Applications Close
25 May 2019

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Graduation Results
75 - 84% WAM (Distinction)
Accepting International Applications
No
Degrees Accepted
E
Civil Engineering & Construction
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

The Sustainability team within WSP is globally synonymous for prolific creativity and innovation. We have dedicated Sustainability teams established in some of the world's most progressive marketplaces for sustainable buildings.

We deliver high performance building design and sustainable urban infrastructure solutions within the built environment - responding to regulatory drivers (e.g. Section J, NatHERS/BASIX, SEPP 65/RFDC, etc.) and voluntary green building/infrastructure certification needs (e.g. Green Star, LEED and IS rating tools), and offering design and client advisory services.

Our team incorporates best practice green design into all its projects. We influence strategic decisions for the design of buildings and precincts, infrastructure delivery, and organisational outcomes. We aim to grow our team with individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds as we believe that this will offer a selection of talents, skills and experiences which benefits our team through creativity, greater innovation and the offer of a range of perspectives and ideas.

Through our internship program, we offer an opportunity to experience built environment sustainability services in a project delivery context.

As an intern at WSP you can expect to receive:

  • Exposure to responsibilities expected of an engineering consultant. Skills, practical experience and knowledge that is transferable to other employment settings
  • Clearly defined learning objectives related to your academic coursework and goals
  • Mentorship, supervision, guidance and feedback from a professional engineer
  • Resources, equipment and facilities that support learning objectives

Interns should be familiar with the MS Office suite. Any specialist expertise required will be provided through on-the-job training. 
 

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