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AECOM New Zealand

3.8
  • #2 in Engineering consulting
  • 50,000 - 100,000 employees

About AECOM New Zealand

  • Construction & Property Services
  • Engineering Consulting

After years of study, you’re looking to launch your career with a company that supports your ongoing development, and makes the world a better place.

We are a team of over 56,000 specialists working across 7 continents to deliver some of the world’s most influential and transformational infrastructure projects.

Together, across our regional communities and thriving metropolitan centres, we deliver a better world.

Whether we’re delivering city-shaping infrastructure or enabling clean and stable water supply to far-flung places many of us may never visit, our work makes a difference.

On every project and for every client, our talented teams pride themselves on big ideas, positive change, and on leaving lasting legacies that build communities.

We pride ourselves on our commitment to client service and excellence in project delivery. Graduates – with their fresh thinking and passion for reimagining what’s possible – are critical to our success.

AECOM has the people, technology and vision to create smart solutions for our clients’ challenges.

  • 3,500+ team members across Australia and New Zealand
  • 19 offices across Australia and New Zealand

Graduate Review

Overall Score
3.8
Overall score based on 19 reviews
They Score Best in…
8
Career Prospects
8.4
Corporate Social Responsibility
7.5
Culture
8
Diversity
8
Career Prospects
8.4
Corporate Social Responsibility
7.5
Culture
8
Diversity
What Graduates Say About Them
  • Big projects, a variety of people to work with, lots of extra benefits like gym rebates, health and life insurance and various extracurriculars to join.
  • Flexibility of work hours, and the flexibility to choose what I would like to work on
  • Opportunities to work on the biggest infrastructure projects in New Zealand
  • The work culture and the team around me is supportive and very knowledgeable. Everyone gets along well and is quite social. Work varies and there are plenty of big opportunities that come by.
  • Project Variability + Global Reach Company Culture + Environment
  • As with all big companies, there are a lot of people vying for the same opportunities and there are a lot of steps to complete to achieve simple tasks.
  • Sometimes I haven't had enough work to do and it has been hard to learn design skills as experience depends on what projects are available.
  • Lack of enthusiasm from experienced people to have fun and engage in social activities - can be dispiriting
  • Too much focus on clients and push back on workers
  • Big company, some processes/ procedures can be slow and tedious

Opportunities

Locations With Opportunities
  • Auckland, Christchurch, Hamilton, Wellington
Hiring candidates with qualifications in
E
Engineering & Mathematics
P
Property & Built Environment
S
Sciences

A Day In The Life Of


  • Day in the life

Sarah Jane Fausset

Sarah Jane Fausset studied a Bachelor of Civil Engineering and is an Engineer at AECOM.
  • Day in the life

Sarah Jane Fausset

Sarah Jane Fausset studied a Bachelor of Civil Engineering and is an Engineer at AECOM.
  • Day in the life

Michelle Too

Michelle studied a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Civil Engineering at University of Canterbury and is now a Civil Engineer at AECOM
  • Day in the life

Michelle Too

Michelle studied a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Civil Engineering at University of Canterbury and is now a Civil Engineer at AECOM
  • Day in the life

Sarah Jane Fausset

Sarah Jane Fausset studied a Bachelor of Civil Engineering and is an Engineer at AECOM.
  • Day in the life

Sarah Jane Fausset

Sarah Jane Fausset studied a Bachelor of Civil Engineering and is an Engineer at AECOM.
  • Day in the life

Michelle Too

Michelle studied a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Civil Engineering at University of Canterbury and is now a Civil Engineer at AECOM
  • Day in the life

Michelle Too

Michelle studied a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Civil Engineering at University of Canterbury and is now a Civil Engineer at AECOM