Aurecon (South Africa) 2018 Graduate Programme

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Aurecon (South Africa) 2018 Graduate Programme

Job no: 928243
Work type: Permanent – Full Time
Location: Tshwane
Categories: Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

Categories: Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Town Planning, Geotechnical & Geological Engineering, Environmental, Traffic & Transport Planning, Advisory

What are you looking for in your first professional role? A range of challenging projects? An innovative and collaborative culture? A global organisation which supports and challenges you to achieve the best you can through a truly flexible and innovative development framework?

Could 2018 be the year you become one of the next generation of inspiring thinkers within Aurecon?

With operations extending across 27 countries Aurecon is a global consulting, engineering, management, and specialist technical services business. We have an enviable reputation for innovation and service excellence and seek to foster human achievement in all aspects of our work. Our projects are diverse and recognised for engineering and technical excellence by independent industry awards internationally.

We are passionate about partnering with our clients and bringing ideas to life. Our people are curious, imaginative and creative. We challenge the status quo and we want to work with people who, like us, are passionate about fostering human achievement.

From designing future-ready infrastructure to inspiring built environments, we aim to collaborate with clients and project partners who share our ambitious vision to create vibrant and sustainable solutions for our global community — we’re looking for graduates to join us on our journey.

Develop yourself through an innovative, flexible training framework.

Through a truly flexible, comprehensive development offerings, develop your skills and knowledge to become a recognised professional in your field. We recognise that every person learns in a different way and aspire to provide and recognise a range of learning opportunities to maximise your personal and professional development.

Throughout your career, you can work with different types of professionals from a variety of disciplines, willing to share their knowledge and expertise. The exposure to our leading professionals will help you gain the experience needed to build your career. If you want to continue your studies by completing a post-graduate course you can also apply for education assistance to help cover the cost.

Through our People Managers you will get regular feedback from project leaders and other professionals as well as exposure to many areas of our business. In addition, Aurecon also encourages participation for all Emerging Professionals in our formal Mentoring programme – Mentoring for Success, allowing interested and passionate senior members of staff to connect with, engage and support our Emerging Professionals on their career journey within Aurecon.

After all, a career is not just a job; it’s a collection of experiences you gain through professional networks, working with current technologies and expanding your knowledge base. All this while working on a broad range of projects, and the possibility of local and international travel throughout the Aurecon network.

Recruiting the best

Our graduates could be our future leaders, so we stop at nothing to recruit the best, most passionate and enthusiastic graduates.

Advertised: South Africa Standard Time
Applications close: South Africa Standard Time

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