Worley New Zealand is a leading provider of engineering, advisory, procurement and construction services for some of New Zealand’s largest organisations.
Our range of services includes delivery of complex projects, from concept development, design and construction, through to operation, maintenance and decommissioning of assets. Worley delivers these services in a rapidly changing global energy system and offers the opportunity for graduates to be part of delivering solutions for a lower carbon world.
In New Zealand we operate across sectors such as energy, infrastructure, chemicals and food and beverage, our projects can range in size from a few thousand dollars to over $100 million. We work on over 1,000 projects for 100 different clients at any one time.
Worley has a global presence with 60,000 people in over 50 countries providing you with opportunities to be involved in international projects as your career develops. Graduates can also join international teams and seize the opportunity to travel the world.
As a graduate, you will play an integral part in the full project lifecycle from design to construction. This provides site experience and illustrates the practical application of your technical design work. Our structured Graduate Development Program will further your technical, interpersonal and commercial skills, providing you with the confidence and freedom to lead projects.
The program in New Zealand creates a social atmosphere where you will be surrounded by likeminded young professionals who enjoy all that Worley has to offer. Our graduates are generally recruited from engineering and science backgrounds. Multi-disciplinary backgrounds are also of increasing interest. Worley leaders recognise the development needs of our graduates and how they contribute to the future wellbeing of the company and our customers. Our philosophy is that the people we employ are best placed to determine their own career development, and with our support, will have the drive and creativity to be successful in their learning and development activities.