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Auckland Transport

  • #10 in Government & Public Service
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

About Auckland Transport

  • Government & Public Service
  • Transport & Logistics

Who are Auckland Transport?

We are so much more than roads and Public Transport, Auckland Transport is all about innovating and transforming how our city moves and connects. We are all about creating easy journeys, connecting people and communities, and genuinely shaping the future of our vibrant city!

Did you know Auckland is one of Australasia's fastest-growing cities,1.3rd of NZ’s population lives in Auckland? AT manage a network of 7452 kms of roads, 7137 kms of footpaths, 325 kms of cycleways, and 41 rail stations. There is a$28 billion-dollar commitment to infrastructure and building a transport system for the future.

Your Moment to Shine.

Ngā Kaihoe is Auckland Transports new emerging careers program, attracting the most gifted scholars, interns and graduates.

The 18-month programme will equip you to problem-solve complex issues, think critically and use human-centred design approaches, while being part of a culture that truly values diversity and inclusion, while investing heavily in your learning and development.

For a period of 18 months, AT’s Kaihoe (grads and interns) will work under the guidance of one leader/mentor, being offered both stability and support. Working on different projects, with different teams and even other council family organisations, Kaihoe will gain new skills and deepen their knowledge of AT. Once the program concludes, our graduates will be seamlessly transitioned into permanent positions.

Are you ready to join us and make your plans a reality?

Define your own career

The Auckland Transport Nga Kaihoe program combines gritty learning opportunities with real business projects. Grow professionally and personally while doing the work you’re passionate about.

If selected, you’ll be given the chance to grow your network with Auckland’s leading minds and hone your leadership and core job skills.

Everything you ever wanted to know about Ngā Kaihoe can be found right here.

Jobs & Opportunities

Locations With Jobs & Opportunities
  • Auckland
Hiring candidates with qualifications in
B
Business & Management
C
Creative Arts
E
Engineering & Mathematics
F
Food, Hospitality & Personal Services
H
Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
I
IT & Computer Science
L
Law, Legal Studies & Justice
P
Property & Built Environment
S
Sciences
T
Teaching & Education

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
Grades are important, but the main thing is driving opportunities for yourself - social, professional or otherwise.

Fred Smithers

  • Graduate stories
Grades are important, but the main thing is driving opportunities for yourself - social, professional or otherwise.

Fred Smithers

  • Graduate stories
I loved Maths and Physics, however, the main appeal of engineering to me was the chance to positively impact the community.

Samisoni Tupou

  • Graduate stories
I loved Maths and Physics, however, the main appeal of engineering to me was the chance to positively impact the community.

Samisoni Tupou

  • Graduate stories
Grades are important, but the main thing is driving opportunities for yourself - social, professional or otherwise.

Fred Smithers

  • Graduate stories
Grades are important, but the main thing is driving opportunities for yourself - social, professional or otherwise.

Fred Smithers

  • Graduate stories
I loved Maths and Physics, however, the main appeal of engineering to me was the chance to positively impact the community.

Samisoni Tupou

  • Graduate stories
I loved Maths and Physics, however, the main appeal of engineering to me was the chance to positively impact the community.

Samisoni Tupou