Arcadis invites 3rd year students to apply for Summer Vacation work experience that will open doors to the engineering and consulting world.
Offering 6 to 10 weeks of paid work experience between November 2019 – February 2020, you will enhance your skills, build a network of contacts, and learn from some of the industry’s finest engineers as you work with our teams on nation building projects, such as Melbourne Metro, Sydney Metro, Northern Beaches Hospital, Westconnex, and more.
Are you a 3rd year engineering student and looking for a career as an engineer, environmental scientist, urban planner, quantity surveyor, or business consultant? Do you want to work on city-shaping projects? The Arcadis Summer Vacation Program will open doors to the engineering and consulting world and will kick start your career.
To be successful, you will have:
Ideally, you will be studying:
You have the option of applying for positions in Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland.
Arcadis Australia Pacific is a leading international design and consultancy firm. We work in partnership with our clients to deliver exceptional and sustainable outcomes through the application of design, consultancy, engineering, and project and management services.
Working at Arcadis means being part of a team that offers you opportunities to work on challenging and iconic projects that make a difference to society.
With experience working on nation building projects such as Formula One Grand Prix, Sydney Metro, Melbourne Metro, M12 Motorway, Northern Beaches Hospital, and Jewel Surfers Paradise. Arcadis is your employer of choice as you embark on your consulting career.
Arcadis is an award-winning company that offers flexible work arrangements, competitive salaries, global growth opportunities and both formal and informal career development training. As an equal opportunity employer, we value and promote diversity at Arcadis, and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
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