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Aurecon New Zealand

  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Aurecon 2020/21 Internship Programme

Auckland, Tauranga, Wellington, Christchurch
As an intern, you will be placed in a technical field of your choice (where possible) to gain experience and help you decide if it is right for you.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Internship
Number of Vacancies
1 to 4 months, Full-time
Start Date
1 Nov 2020

Application dates

Applications Open
24 Feb 2020
Applications Close
9 Aug 2020

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
Yes
Degrees Accepted
B
Accounting
Commerce
Finance
Business
Business Administration
International Business
Management
Office Studies
Project Management
Event Management
C
Communication
Media Studies
Creative Writing
Journalism
E
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering & Construction
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Engineering Management
Environmental Engineering
Geomatic Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
H
Policy Studies
Political Science
Public Administration
Counselling
Psychology
Counselling
Psychology
M
Counselling
Psychology
Counselling
Psychology
L
Commercial Law
Constitutional Law
Criminal Law
Family Law
International Law
Tax Law
P
Building
Construction Management
Quantity Surveying
Urban Design & Town Planning
S
Environmental Studies
Forestry Studies
Parks & Wildlife Management
Geology

Choosing a career path as an undergraduate can be challenging. While you may have an interest in a particular area, you sometimes don’t know which path to follow until you’ve had some practical work experience. In our internship programme, you will be placed in a technical field of your choice (where possible) for approximately three months to gain experience in that field and help you decide if it is right for you.

Aurecon’s internship programme coincides with university summer break, so students typically start after their exam period in November/December and work through until university resumes in February/March. At the end of the experience, we give our internship students structured feedback on their performance to assist in their professional development.

While open to all students, the programme has been designed for undergraduates ideally in their penultimate year of study.

Who are we?

Aurecon is an engineering, design and advisory company, but not as you know it. We’ve re-imagined engineering.

Our clients’ ideas and aspirations drive all that we do. We work alongside them like no other firm to co-create clever, innovative solutions to some of the world’s most complex challenges.

In 2019, we were the first New Zealand engineering company to achieve The Rainbow Tick certification for diversity and inclusion. In 2018, the Aurecon-led North Canterbury Transport Infrastructure Recovery (NCTIR) Alliance project ‘Moving Mountains to Reconnect Communities’ was the winner of the 2018 Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) People’s Choice Award.

Hardwired in our DNA are engineering, design and the deep need to leave a legacy. We are as diverse as we are dynamic. As curious as we are clever.

What makes us unconventional?

A better future belongs to the bold who step forward.

The dreamers, the believers, the curious, the resourceful, the unconventional thinkers.

Join us, and we’ll give you flexibility, choice, and the freedom to be you to make an impact.

From using digital technology to plan and restore transport access to Kaikoura’s communities after major earthquakes. To designing the future of Auckland’s transport and reducing crippling congestion. To advising on the world's largest lithium-ion battery to store renewable energy.

Together, we can reimagine engineering and design a better future for humanity. So, step up, step out and start exploring your future with us today.

Graduate Success Stories


Aurecon Callum Smith subject photo
  • Graduate stories
The great thing about working at Aurecon within the geospatial team is that I can be my authentic self at work while also working on truly challenging projects.

Callum Smith

  • Graduate stories
The great thing about working at Aurecon within the geospatial team is that I can be my authentic self at work while also working on truly challenging projects.

Callum Smith

Aurecon Gabriela Jimenez Rojas subject photo
  • Graduate stories
My favourite thing about my job is knowing I’m having a direct impact on the world around me.

Gabriela Jimenez Rojas

  • Graduate stories
My favourite thing about my job is knowing I’m having a direct impact on the world around me.

Gabriela Jimenez Rojas

Aurecon Callum Smith subject photo
  • Graduate stories
The great thing about working at Aurecon within the geospatial team is that I can be my authentic self at work while also working on truly challenging projects.

Callum Smith

  • Graduate stories
The great thing about working at Aurecon within the geospatial team is that I can be my authentic self at work while also working on truly challenging projects.

Callum Smith

Aurecon Gabriela Jimenez Rojas subject photo
  • Graduate stories
My favourite thing about my job is knowing I’m having a direct impact on the world around me.

Gabriela Jimenez Rojas

  • Graduate stories
My favourite thing about my job is knowing I’m having a direct impact on the world around me.

Gabriela Jimenez Rojas