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SA Power Networks

4.8
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

2021 Engineering Graduate Program

Adelaide, South Australia
Empowering Engineering Graduate Opportunities

Opportunity details

Opportunity Types
Graduate Job
Salary
AUD 90,000 - AUD 94,999
Start Date
5 Feb 2021

Application dates

Applications Open
13 Mar 2020
Applications Close
12 Apr 2020

Minimum requirements

Level of Study
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Degrees Accepted
E
Civil Engineering & Construction
Electrical & Electronic Engineering

As South Australia's electricity distributor we have a crucial and exciting role in delivering power for our community.

We're looking for graduates to join us from the following disciplines: Electrical/Electronics, Mechatronics, Civil and Structural.

We offer award-winning training and development, and a safe and encouraging work environment where we recognise achievement.

Our Graduate Program will ensure you are set up to succeed and to develop an exciting career.

As the State's electricity distributor, SA Power Networks is at the centre of an energy revolution. 

We're incorporating renewable energy sources with sophisticated distribution network systems and technology so customers can generate, share or use electricity when, where and how they want.

Shaping the future of energy distribution means we have exciting and challenging career opportunities for graduates, and we're looking for talented and innovative people to help continue our leadership in energy services.

What's on offer?

Our Graduate Development Program provides an opportunity for you to put theory into practice and supports your transition between university study to full-time employment. We will work with you and help you to realise your full potential by providing fantastic opportunities for professional and personal growth across SA Power Networks.

Most importantly, we aim to inspire, engage and continually challenge you.

Technical training and experience so you can become an expert in your field

We are committed to helping you build your knowledge, increase your hands-on experience and develop your leadership skills to help you become an expert in your field. You will have plenty of opportunities to participate in courses and workshops that focus on developing knowledge, skills and leadership capabilities.

Mentoring opportunities to increase your knowledge and business networks

Our Mentoring Program is an international award-winning scheme that will provide you with additional career and workplace support during your foundation years with SA Power Networks.

The program will help you build your business network and encourages continuous learning and knowledge transfer between members of staff. It aims to assist you to become as successful as possible.

Development opportunities

Over the course of the Graduate Program, you will be able to broaden your experience and understanding of our business through diverse opportunities across the business. Throughout this process, you will be given challenging and practical work supported by experienced mentors and coaches.

Fantastic work/life balance

At SA Power Networks we believe in providing an environment that supports work/life balance.

Employees have access to flexible working hours and leave provisions that ensure the perfect balance between work and your personal life.

The electricity industry is an exciting and dynamic place to work

Electricity is the lifeblood of our community. But the way we make and use our electricity is changing and that's providing exciting new career opportunities in the energy sector. 

We play a vital role in ensuring adequate electricity infrastructure is in place for our State now, but also that our network adapts as we increase investment in renewable energy sources.

Eligibility

  • Must be an Australian Citizen or hold an Australian Permanent Residence Visa.

More information

To find out more about the SA Power Networks Engineering Graduate Program, please click 'Apply now'.

SA Power Networks is an Equal Opportunity employer and corporate leader in Indigenous employment.

Graduate Success Stories


SA Power Networks Ali Walsh
  • Graduate stories
I went from school to University and studied science and engineering because I was so curious about the world.

Ali Walsh

  • Graduate stories
I went from school to University and studied science and engineering because I was so curious about the world.

Ali Walsh

SA Power Networks Kai He
  • Graduate stories
As a Network Systems Engineer, I am responsible for the administration of the SA Power Networks Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system.

Kai He

  • Graduate stories
As a Network Systems Engineer, I am responsible for the administration of the SA Power Networks Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system.

Kai He

SA Power Networks Ali Walsh
  • Graduate stories
I went from school to University and studied science and engineering because I was so curious about the world.

Ali Walsh

  • Graduate stories
I went from school to University and studied science and engineering because I was so curious about the world.

Ali Walsh

SA Power Networks Kai He
  • Graduate stories
As a Network Systems Engineer, I am responsible for the administration of the SA Power Networks Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system.

Kai He

  • Graduate stories
As a Network Systems Engineer, I am responsible for the administration of the SA Power Networks Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system.

Kai He