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2021 Graduate Program - Sydney

Sydney
Take a walk on the client-side.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Graduate Job
Number of Vacancies
2

Application dates

Applications Open
3 Feb 2020
Applications Close
30 May 2020

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Degrees Accepted
E
Civil Engineering & Construction
P
Architecture
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Building
Construction Management
Property, Land & Real Estate

Our program

The Graduate Program is open to Building & Construction, Project Management and Engineering students and runs for 12 months – with two six-month rotations in Project Management and Construction. This means that our graduates gain hands-on, client-side experience on a wide variety of projects and initiatives at all stages of their planning, construction and operation. Graduates work in office-based Project and/or Construction roles, or site-based Construction roles.

The program is designed so that graduates get real exposure to the client-side across multiple industries – including the health, education/research, aged care, justice, transport, commercial, retail and pharmaceutical sectors.

The program includes structured learning outcomes focused on:

  • the holistic overview and approach to the project management cycle;
  • consultant engagement process;
  • contract administration and procurement;
  • expanding on-site construction knowledge and experience;
  • site processes and knowledge;
  • OHS/WHS legislation;
  • understanding of the cost management relationship; and
  • site coordination.

In support of the program, all graduates will have a dedicated buddy, and work within a team-oriented culture and supportive environment.

Importantly, we offer our graduates permanent positions from day one.
 

Graduate Success Stories


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

William McMichael

Johnstaff 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
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

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

William McMichael

Johnstaff 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
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