Commencing your engineering career with NDY means that you will become part of a unique international team of consultant engineers. You may find yourself working with a team that design one of the world’s iconic landmark developments, deliver a proposal to an international panel of construction practitioners or working on-site with a team of engineers, contractors and tradespeople. You will also find opportunities to develop enduring professional relationships that will in time contribute to the strength of your professional industry profile.

NDY recognises that every one of our graduates is unique, regarding your development and success essential to our collective future growth.

We offer our graduates a comprehensive development program with ongoing technical training and continuous professional development. This ensures you will receive all the necessary post-graduate training to optimise your opportunities for career development and growth.

What we require from successful graduates

We seek ambitious, passionate and professional graduates who communicate well and demonstrate accountability and responsibility. You should have a natural ability to develop excellent consulting skills which means you will have great interpersonal and communication skills to complement your academic achievements.

You will demonstrate the following in your application and at interview:

  • Excellent and consistent academic results
  • Work experience (part time while studying)
  • Involvement in other activities (sports, clubs, interests, volunteer work)
  • Well developed communication and interpersonal skills
  • Professional presentation

Graduate Development Program

All NDY graduates participate in a comprehensive two-year development program. Key features of the program include:

  • 3 residential workshops
  • Digital learning platform
  • Structured mentoring to create a portfolio of evidence to support chartered status
  • Formal rotations
  • Dedicated leader to support mentoring, networking and in team development
  • Opportunity to participate in a business improvement project
  • Support to complete social projects to improve the lives of disadvantaged members of the global community
  • Potential for international rotations after completion of the two year program

Graduate Recruitment Process

The following information outlines the NDY application process for graduate engineer positions.

NDY’s graduate online application process

There are typically six stages to making an application:

  1. Complete the application form. This includes academic achievement, personal information, career motivation, employment history, extenuating circumstances, language skills, extra-curricular activities and interests.
  2. Cognitive ability assessments that are designed to test verbal, numerical and logical reasoning skills.
  3. Video Interview where you will have the opportunity to tell us a bit more about yourself.
  4. Behavioural assessments that help us to understand your work style preferences and areas for development.
  5. Assessment Centre and Interviews:  Graduates progressing to this stage will be invited to attend a day long assessment centre. The morning will consist of a series of group activities where members of the NDY team will assess performance. Selected graduates will be invited to return in the afternoon to attend a formal interview with a panel of NDY team members. We will be running Assessment Centres on the following dates: 

    * Melbourne: 24 April
    * Sydney: 2 May
    * Brisbane: 3 May
    * Auckland: 9 May
    * Perth: 16 May

  6. Reference checks will be conducted on successful graduates.

2019 Available Roles:

We are seeking graduates to fill a number of engineering roles across Australia and NZ and will consider applicants from the following disciplines:

  • Melbourne (Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics, Computer Science, Systems Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Transport Engineering, Rolling Stock Engineering)
  • Sydney (Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechatronics, Computer Science, Systems Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Transport Engineering, Rolling Stock Engineering)
  • Brisbane (Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Fire Engineering)
  • Perth (Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering)
  • Auckland (Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Acoustics Engineering, Fire Engineering, Hydraulics)

Application are closing 11.59PM (AEST) Monday 2 April, so apply now!