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John Holland

  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

John Holland 2020 Graduate Program

The Graduate Program is structured around building your abilities through rotations, learning and development opportunities and support.

    Opportunity details

    Opportunity Types
    Graduate Job
    Start Date
    2 Feb 2020

    Application dates

    Applications Open
    8 Apr 2019
    Applications Close
    25 Mar 2019

    Minimum requirements

    Level of Study
    Bachelor
    Graduation Results
    50 - 64% WAM (Pass)
    Accepting International Applications
    No
    Degrees Accepted
    E
    Civil Engineering & Construction
    Electrical & Electronic Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering

    At John Holland we are about finding solutions to complex challenges and opportunities. We work across sectors from infrastructure and property development to rail and building, all with the purpose of benefiting communities and transforming lives.

    Transforming lives doesn't just apply to our projects – it is why we are committed to giving graduates a foot in the door of this exciting industry, where every day is a chance to make our cities and communities better.

    The Graduate Program is structured around building your abilities through rotations, learning and development opportunities and support. We work in both metropolitan and regional areas, creating projects that make communities more connected, grow the economy and improve quality of life. To learn and grow as much as possible during your time on the program it is essential that you are prepared to relocate.

    As a Graduate Engineer within the Infrastructure discipline, you will have the opportunity to work on projects such as West Gate Tunnel in VIC, Sydney Metro in NSW, or Sunshine Coast Airport in QLD.

    The role will see you working with the construction project teams and delivering a package of work in accordance with project specifications, whilst ensuring the activities of subcontractors and suppliers are completed within set schedules and costs. This will involve procuring materials and services that comply with specifications, drawings and environment standards, and understanding how to measure plan costs, efficiencies, yields and quality of product as directed. You will also develop the ability to read and understand plans, review design documentation to provide constructability review and implement final plans.

    We understand that our greatest resource is our people. We pride ourselves on being a market leader in targeting training, career development and remuneration. We provide long-term career options within an equal opportunity workplace where we recognise the importance of flexibility and a healthy work-life balance.

    It's an exciting time for us, with billions of dollars of work to deliver. We need the right people with the right attitude to help us succeed.

    What you need to know:

    • Preferred Majors: Civil, Mechanical, Electrical or Mechatronics Engineering
    • Submit your Cover Letter, Resume, Academic Transcript and Proof of Australia/NZ residency or citizenship via the "Apply" button
    • Assessment Centres and Offers will be concluded by June 2019
    • Start your new role in February 2020

      Graduate Success Stories


      • Graduate stories
      The most interesting and, at the same time, most challenging part of my role is the process of learning in detail about different trades.

      Roy Wong

      • Graduate stories
      The most interesting and, at the same time, most challenging part of my role is the process of learning in detail about different trades.

      Roy Wong

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      • Graduate stories
      I love coming up with solutions to time and design constraints to achieve an efficient constructible solution.

      Courtney Dunn

      • Graduate stories
      I love coming up with solutions to time and design constraints to achieve an efficient constructible solution.

      Courtney Dunn

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      • Graduate stories
      The most interesting and, at the same time, most challenging part of my role is the process of learning in detail about different trades.

      Roy Wong

      • Graduate stories
      The most interesting and, at the same time, most challenging part of my role is the process of learning in detail about different trades.

      Roy Wong

      Read full story
      • Graduate stories
      I love coming up with solutions to time and design constraints to achieve an efficient constructible solution.

      Courtney Dunn

      • Graduate stories
      I love coming up with solutions to time and design constraints to achieve an efficient constructible solution.

      Courtney Dunn

      Read full story